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Michelin T63 Dual Sport Front Tire
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Michelin T63 DOT Dual Sport Front Tire
  • Tread pattern derived from Michelins highly successful Desert tires, for exceptional traction off road
  • Excellent stability and durability
  • High level of grip on the road
  • Reinforced knobs resist tearing and abrasion on asphalt
  • “S” speed rated for highway use
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Michelin T63 Dual Sport Front Tire 4.5 5 24 24
can't beat it Great tire for dual sport/forest service roads. Break it in and it'll treat you well. Corners surprisingly well for such an aggressive knobby. Slight patterned vibration when I'm on asphalt going 60+ on my DRZ400s. Doesn't bother me as I know it's give and take with dual sports. March 23, 2015
Yupp It's best for price. Tread is dwindling faster than I'd like but I guess I've been on the asphalt more lately. Will mostly stick with this tire unless I go strictly street or strictly dirt. May 4, 2015
Perfect winter tire I bought a set of T63s for winter road tires in a cold, snowy environment. I put a fair amount of screw-in road studs in it. the rear threw almost all of it's studs, but they are all still in the front. I have yet to have any traction concerns with the front, from an inter-city trip at 90MPH on the freeway to a 25 mile commute through 2+ inches of accumulating snow (granted, i am not going to push it in winter much). One day i noticed the front end was feeling a little wobbly through some high speed sweepers and thought it was the effect of the studs, but checked 10 miles later it it was completely flat! I'm not sure i'll want to take this tire off even when it becomes warm enough for serious road riding... I only gave the tread life a 4 because i have really no idea- the studs have prevented any noticeable wear for the first 2000 miles at least. February 23, 2015
Good dual sport tire BMW F650 Dakar,Good all around performance on and off road. Tread life could be a bit better. March 30, 2015
can't beat it Just got this on my drz400s about 300 miles on the pair so far. It's wearing in well. Hooks up nicely on dirt, gravel and glides over rocks and roots with no problem. It's tolerable on asphalt. Brake early during first couple hundred miles. March 23, 2015
Great aggressive dual sport tire. 2012 DR650 handles good all around with matching T63s. Bike wobbled past 70mph until the tires worn in some. Back tire worn with about 2500 miles and front still has about 60%. Hard riding. March 22, 2015
Great deal for the price I wasn't quite sure which tire to get and my friend recommended this one. I'm happy with the purchase and I'd definitely recommend it to anyone else who is wanting good on and off road use. March 16, 2015
Good deal for agressively OR DOT tire I bought this for a winter tire in a cold, snowy environment. I knew the tread was a soft compound but thought that would be best for cold weather. Unfortunately it proved too soft to hold screw-in type studs and threw 90% of them after a freeway trip at 90MPH. Traction was still excellent on dry pavement and ok in smaller amounts of snow/slop. We have had a very dry winter and i've put on many high speed highway miles and it has worn quickly, At 2000 it still has some life left, but by the time i actually needed to get through a blizzard, the knobs were more than half worn and i struggled fiercely with the rear. The front has been flawless. February 23, 2015
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Stephen F: Good dirt tire based on product reviews, plus DOT approved and reasonable highway performance. Mar 3, 2015
Brian W: Excellent knobby for the KLR650 and other big dual-sports at a decent price. Aired up, they have surprisingly good grip on pavement even when wet. For off road, you have big, widely separated knobs to let you bit in and chug through sloppy mud, rocks, and dirt. A true 50/50 tire. Feb 27, 2015
scott w: reviews were very positive Nov 5, 2014
Oliver D: nice nobs good price Nov 5, 2014
James l: good price on a decent tire Oct 24, 2014
Robert H: Michelin is a trusted brand and at this price, I had to give them a try. So far with 1000 or so miles I am pleased. They work well off-road and get me down the highway. They are a bit loud at speed, but what does one expect? This will probably be my Go To tire for the DR650 from now on. The great reviews are justified. Oct 24, 2014
Val A: I haven't tried these tires yet, but after 1500 miles on my KLR 650, my factory Dunlops are spent (mostly the rear tire). I'll review these after I have some miles under me. Oct 21, 2014
Allan D: excellent wear ,,for a front tire, in all conditions you can imagine, while riding a klr 650,, great traction, handling Oct 13, 2014
Robert W: Good Price; good reviews for dual sport purposes Sep 17, 2014
Mike S: Best price on a 50/50 tire. Jul 22, 2014
David M: Reviews Jul 14, 2014
S B: Currently running TKC 80's on my KTM 690 Enduro. Based on reviews I've read, I just would like to try this tire as an experiment. Jul 13, 2014
Craig G: best price and free shipping Jul 12, 2014
Scott V: Highly rated, reliable, affordable. Compared to the TKC80 people say it is much louder on the road, but better in the wet. Seems like a good tire for my Newfoundland trip, and I have always loved Michelin's tires. Jul 10, 2014
Jeff S: These are name brand tires that are reasonably priced. I will be using them on a KLR that will be primarily used off road and they get very good reviews for this application. Jun 11, 2014
A s: Needed a 50/50 tire for the summer. May 31, 2014
David C: it is a great price and it matches my rear tire May 7, 2014
E L: Based on reviews for similar sized bike (XR650R) ... Dec 27, 2013
A shopper asked: What is the percentage rating of these tires on & off road ? Example : 50 % on road 50% off road . May 21, 2014
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Michael C: It is a 50/50 according to Michelin. I really like this tire on my KLR. Performs great on the road in the dry and wet, corners on the pavement really well w/o giving you that squirrely feeling you typically get with aggressive knobby tires and performs well in the woods in mud, rocks, etc.
- True multi-purpose tire: reinforced knobs resist tearing and chunking on asphalt, with excellent traction and stability for off-road use
- DOT-legal
- Knob pattern derived from Dakar-winning MICHELIN® Desert™ tires
May 29, 2014
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David C: I would give these tires a 50/50 rating. They are amazingly good on the street considering they appear to be a dirt tire. They also do very well in the dirt considering they are DOT approved. May 30, 2014
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Jason V: They are definitely more dirt oriented, but do great on pavement as well. May 29, 2014
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Jonathan F: 50/50. Love this tire. Especially at the price point. May 29, 2014
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Jordan P: Yes, this is a 50/50 tire. May 29, 2014
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Tim D: 80/20 May 29, 2014
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