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Shinko 804 / 805 Big Block Adventure Touring Tires
Shinko 804/805 Big Block Adventure Touring Tires
Born from their already popular line of popular dual sport tires, Shinko has created the 804 and 805 geared specifically for the larger adventure touring bikes. The classic big block pattern not only looks aggressive, but will also handle nearly anything you can throw at it, while giving you a stable and comfortable ride on the pavement. So if you were looking for a chunky, beefy and affordable enduro style DOT tire to slap on your adventure bike, the 804 and 805 are a winning combo.
- Classic big block tread pattern
- 40% on-road and 60% off-road
- DOT approved
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Reviews & Questions
Will update if I get a front 805 on.
IMO, this is a no brainer if you are cross shopping the TCK80 and the Shinko 805 for the rear. Get the 805.
Rode back to Las Vegas at a very fast pace with almost 600 miles of pavement and the tire still looks to be about 50%. I've had other knobbies that would be long wasted after this type of abuse. For the money it would be hard to beat this tire.
over 2 years ago
Now, I am coming off of a long stint in the sport bike world. My last bike was a CBR 1000RR. Having said that, I like to get into the twisty's and I really push the Tenere hard over on asphalt. I was worried about getting a knobby and giving up road handling. But then again, I found myself off roading more and more and really needed a decent mud/loose terrain tire.
I went with the Shinko and had them balanced with Dyna Beads. Just a warning, I have ridden on new tires before and know what to expect until they have been scuffed, however, I found the Shinkos down right scary right out of the shop. I'll describe them as almost greasy feeling. I put about 10, sketchy miles on them, gradually breaking them in. Then I took them off road and wow! The traction control of the Tenere didn't kick in at all on trails that I had slowed to a crawl the week before with the Avons.
Once they were sufficiently broken in, I find that they handle as well as the Avons, despite their "Paddle Wheel" design.
I gave them average for wear life as I have only put a few hundred miles on them at this point but, at the price, I don't mind slightly less wear life.
over 3 years ago
over 3 years ago
these tires are the first tires that I've had that seem to do almost everything very well. I can drag knee on paved twisties, and I can take my bike up hils that are hard to even walk up, even when muddy! My only slight issue with these tires has been lateral traction in slick mud, as I've dirt napped a time or two when getting rowdy in the woods, and having the front tire climb out of a rut when the rear wouldn't, or sliding sideways a bit when the trail is a tad off-camber.
For the money, I doubt I'll ever put anything different on my KLR, until somebody comes out with a better, knobbier offroad tire, that can also grip like a touring tire on the pavement, while still lasting close to 10k miles with an overweight rider and his 40 lbs of camping gear.
over 2 years ago
over 3 years ago
They never let me, or the behemoth Tiger Explorer XC down.
Rider error and fatigue laid the "TEX" down a few times on some rough trails out in Colorado, NOT the Shinko's... they did their job, as one could expect, given the task.
I've had good luck with these for the price, getting nearly 5k miles from the rear on a 100hp bike. They can be slick when still cold and especially when cold on wet surfaces, but once warm they are confidence inspiring, a very rare trait for a big-block tire.
There is a good thread on this tire on advrider .
I have the 805 mounted on a Tiger 800XC. For the price, I am very happy with this tire. I've done a lot of offroad with it and it has stood up remarkably well for being on a 100HP, 500lb bike with a stupid person twisting the throttle. Traction offroad is a great improvement over the other 20/80 tires such as the 705 or Tourance.
That said, on a bike this size, you'll be lucky to get 3000 miles out of this tire onroad. It rides and corners well ONCE WARMED UP. Cold, on the 100hp bike, it is slick and will break free if you are not gentle.
Would I buy it again? Yes, but only to have when I'm planning on doing more aggressive offroad rides. For that purpose, you can't beat this price.
If you want an aggressive, high mileage, rear, you're going to have to fork out some cash and spring for the Mitas E07 or Heidenau. Both are going to run you nearly 200.00, but you'll get upwards of 10,000 miles out of them.
Shinkos Website Shows speed rating..
100/90/19- 112 MPH
110/80/19 - 99 MPH
90/90/21(tubeless) - 118 MPH
90/90/21(Tube) -112 MPH
120/90/18 -106 MPH
130/80/17 (Tube) - 112 MPH
130/80/19 (Tubeless) - 118 MPH
140/80/17 - 99 MPH
150/70/17(All) - 99MPH