Continental Conti Twinduro TKC80 Tubeless Dual Sport Rear Tire

Continental Conti Twinduro TKC80 Tubeless Dual Sport Rear Tire
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Continental Conti Twinduro TKC80 Tubeless Dual Sport Rear Tire - Details

  • 40% on-road / 60% off-road dual sport motorcycle tire
  • Compound and wide block self-cleaning tread pattern delivers optimal on- and off-road grip and performance
  • High levels of side stability on soft surfaces with high cornering stability on soft terrain
  • Excellent braking and traction on a wide range of surfaces from loose to hard pack
  • Proven multi-use tire for both street and dirt, tried and tested for long hauls and competition
  • Very good on-road handling and mileage
  • Original equipment on BMW and KTM adventure touring bikes
  • This adventure touring tire is tubeless
  • These dual sport motorcycle tires are Q rated for speeds up to 100 mph

Note: Wheel sold separately.

Note: Tire size 130/80-17 is T rated for speeds up to 118 mph.

Available in the following motorcycle tire sizes: 130/80-17, 140/80-17, 150/70B-17, 170/60B-17, 180/55B-17, and 150/70B-18

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Continental Conti Twinduro TKC80 Tubeless Dual Sport Rear Tire - Reviews

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Horrible Mileage
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This tire came stock on my KTM 1190 Adventure R. Overall I am satisfied with the performance but the rear is pretty well done by 2500 miles. Looks like I will get twice that on the front.
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Better bang for your buck
5
Couldnt bring myself to cough up 350 bucks for the 909's that came stock and wore out in 3900 miles, these are half the price and every bit as good.
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Great 50/50 Tire
5
I replaced stock Dunlops with KTC 80 tires front and rear. Huge improvement on 2011 KLR 650. Completely different bike off road with these tires. Good on road. Hard to tell you are running on knobby tires when on pavement. I have 1500 miles on and off road. No noticeable wear of front tire rear tread is worn down about 1/4 of the total knob depth. So 3/4 tread left. Looks like I will get 3000 to 4000 miles on rear and at least twice that on front. I only got 1200 mile on rear Dunlop. Tread life is not great but the improvement in off road performance is worth it. Great 50/50 tire I like them and recommend them for anyone who rides on and off road.
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Great Tire
5
I've used the TKC-80 TwinDuro tires on my 2006 Triumph Scrambler for two years with 80% use mainly off road adventure riding in Colorado and Utah. These have held up great and the traction is excellent for their design. I've carried camping equipment food gas and supplies on these trips camping out several nights in the boonies and even with the extra weight added they have handled very well. Only tire I'll run due to confidence both on and off road.
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Ok tire poor tration
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I replaced a 140 Heidenau with a 130 TKC on my hopped up KLR. The 140 I replaced was really to big it rubbed and I had to cut the chain guard and it was tough to bead so I went with the 130 I see this tire on a lot of KLR's and it is definitely a lower profile I noticed a slight weaving at freeway speeds and will have to drop my forks a few mm to stop it thats not really a problem it works great on the street and handles stutter bumps and rides better than the Heidenau but the traction SUCKS. My worn out Heidenau would hookup on the hard stuff and this TKC will spin . I might have been a little high on air I was running 30 hot off pavement most hard pack and small rocks but this tire just did not want to hook up. I cant rate the durability yet but I have seen enough of them to know it will not last as long as the front which is how long the heidenau lasted gra
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Continental Conti Twinduro TKC80 Tubeless Dual Sport Rear Tire - Questions and Answers

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Is this a tubeless tire size 150/70 - 17 I am looking for a tire for my 04 BMW 1150GSA Thanks, Jeff
SnoDawg, Philadelphia
Yes, the 150/70-17 option of this tire is a tubeless tire.
Chaparral Motorsports
Sep 24, 2015
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What does the "B" mean in Conti TKC80 180/55B 17 mean? I also saw "Q" as in 180/55Q 17. What is the difference between them? Are there other letter designations? Gene Nagy
Gene Nagy
The "B" in a tire size indicates that the construction of the tire is Bias Belted. The Q is the speed rating of the tire. Bias Belted tires are able to withstand a heavy load like a really heavy enduro bike or 2 up riding, but the speed rating is lower than that of a radial tire.
Chaparral Motorsports
Aug 13, 2014
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is this a tube type tire? I am looking for the Tube type for this tire
alex z
Yes this is a tube type tire.
Chaparral Motorsports
Jul 31, 2014
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Is this the TT or the TL tire? You do not provide enough information to make a purchase.
Kurt Smith
Thanks guys but the point was to get Chaparral to list the complete information. TKC 80's are now made in the same size in both TT (tube type) and TL (tubeless). The TKC's are now made in both TL and TT for this size. So you cannot buy the correct tire unless they add TT and TL to the website description.
Kurt Smith
Mar 05, 2014
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