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I had K-81s on my H1 Kawasaki and later on my BMW. In the 70s I raced that H1 on tracks in the Northeast with K-81s. They have always had good grip. Now restoring an old Triumph, they seemed to be the natural choice. These are not quite the original K81/TT 100 tread pattern. Revzilla had the best price anywhere.
June 23, 2014
A good value and a great name in tires.
It has the meaty look and classic design that is perfect for my cafe project.
All the other aspects are secondary to the look and design.
If I was looking for specific wet traction or grip, the tread design is a compromise. The design and look is what I was after when I purchased this product. I am aware of the potential short comings.
September 24, 2012
This tire matched the tires my dad had on his 1966 BSA Lightning exactly. We are restoring the bike and wanted to keep it looking as original as possible and these were absolutely perfect. Rear tire in picture is not accurate, it looks very similar to the front just larger, same tread.
March 30, 2009
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Howard N: Matched original equipment on my 1971 Triumph 650 Tiger.Jul 29, 2014
JIM M: Price and quality from experience.Jun 24, 2014
Steve B: I love this tire. I have used them on everything from an H-1 Kawasaki to a 750 BMW. They were great for street or track in the 70s. Now restoring a 71 Triumph. Has to be shod with K-81s.May 30, 2014