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Full Bore USA M-40 Adventure Sport Radial Rear Tire

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Average Rating
5.0
33% Recommended
Based on 9 reviews
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Full Bore USA M-40 Adventure Sport Radial Rear Tire - Details

  • Designed for incredible handling, traction and stability on or off-road
  • Created to give you the ideal OE replacement choice
  • This sport touring motorcycle tires are V rated for speeds up to 149 mph
  • This motorcycle tire is tubeless

Available in the following motorcycle tire sizes: 150/70-17
Reviews

Full Bore USA M-40 Adventure Sport Radial Rear Tire - Reviews

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One of the best
5
Truly an EXCELLENT tire in all respects second to the Tourance only in cornering grip. Superior stability and offroad capability.I ride a 2001 r1150gs and I have ridden professionally. I have owned over 2 dozen BMW GS' and I typically ride reasonably aggressively. I push my bike pretty hard in the city and very hard in the dirt. I weigh 220 lbs and I have a top of the line Ohlins suspension. I have used every other tire made for the GS from TKC's to Metzelers and everything in between.These tires have a harder compound so they stand firmer and don't corner as well as a Tourance which I consider the gold standard for cornering on a GS. I dropped the air down a couple pounds to compensate. I put 1000 miles on them in very difficult terrain (serious rocks loose dirt significant grade changes) and was very impressed. I put another 2000 on them in the city and highw
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  • Excellent Traction
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Excellent Tire
5
I was hesitant at first to order these tires due to the cost. However I matched this tire to a front full bore M-41 9090-21" bias front. The front bias and the rear radial on my 2013 Triumph Tiger XC was a beautiful match. They performed well under all riding conditions including wet dry and aggressive cornering on the tarmac as well as gravel roads. I am ordering my second set.
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Meh
5
This tire was used on a Yamaha Super Tenere. I was only able to squeeze 4500mi out of the rear tire under normal use. The bike has traction control engaged so no rear wheel spin under throttle and no smokey burnouts. I was hoping for a little longer life. On road traction was on par with the Bridgestones and Michelins that I've used in the past. Offroad these tires performed very well on dry hardpack gravel and maintained forest service roads.
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DL650
5
I've worn out two of these on my 650 V-strom each one went slightly more than 4000 miles. When I put the first one on I also put the M-41 on the front and it still looks very good. I ride a fair amount of gravel and dirt and am very happy with the performance of these tires. I accelerate hard decelerate hard and brake hard. I rarely have a rear tire go past 5000 miles so I am pretty happy with the life of these.
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Fantastic value
5
Cheap relatively long lasting and handle decently. Build confidence on unpaved sections and scrape the pegs on the pavement. I wish they'd last a little longer but 4k miles for a rear tire isn't too bad by my standards. Dollars to miles a Heidenau K60 would have to give me 10k... no tire has ever lasted longer than 5k for me.
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Full Bore USA M-40 Adventure Sport Radial Rear Tire - Question and Answers

 
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Does this tire have a Load Index rating? I'm looking to put on front of my Harley, so it's kinda important to know that information.
amiee, New York
This is a rear tire and I would not recommend putting it on your front wheel. Traction will be compromised.
Chaparral Motorsports
Feb 05, 2015
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What is the Load Index of this tire?
amiee, New York
150/70R17 has a load index of 69
Chaparral Motorsports
Feb 06, 2015
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