The Bridgestone BW501 and BW502 tires are designed for adventure sport bikes and feature high-grip compound to enhance handling and contact feel. The BW501/BW502 tire combination is designed for 90% on-road and 10% off-road use.
Calling all adventurers! We’ve got the road companion you’ve been seeking. Meet Kenda’s all-new Big Block adventure bike tires. Designed specifically to meet the demands of the motorcycle purists and the thrill riders, alike, these adventure motorcycle tires will support you on the streets as well as the trails. They’ve got powerful puncture resistance and a versatile tubeless design. They perform in sand, dirt, and mud as well as the city streets. The Big Block gets its name from the tread pattern, designed for superior handling, even at high speeds and great traction on many terrains. If you’re looking for the best dual sport tires for any conditions, these are the ones you want.
The ultimate intermediate terrain tire is here at Kenda. The Washougal II off-road tires offer dual-compound technology at its finest. The standard compound in the center offers maximum durability while the soft race compound in the shoulder provides cornering stability and optimal traction. These motocross and off-road tires have a new tread pattern that allows for maximum efficiency in a wide variety of terrains and conditions, so for the true riding enthusiast with a real sense of adventure, these are the off-road tires for you.
Michelin Enduro Medium Terrain Tyres
The Michelin Enduro Tyres were carefully conceived to cover a wide variety of terrains. Thanks to new compounds, improved tread patterns and general construction, the Enduro Tires deliver outstanding grip in dry and wet conditions alike, without sacrificing durability.
Michelin 80/100-21 Front Starcross 5 Tyre
After a three-year testing and development program, Michelin has launched its brand new range of StarCross5 motocross tyres in Australia, listing a number of advantages over the previous Starcross 3 and 4 line-ups, including a lighter casing, increased straight line traction, better handling, and the ability to run higher inflation to reduce the risk of tyre 'pinch' without compromising performance.
The lighter casing is down to a new production technology, with the three-ply nylon design jettisoned in favour of a two-ply polyester construction. Michelin claims the update has not only reduced tyre 'rebound' but lateral rigidity remains unaffected. And the StarCross 5 tyres also require less 'warm-up' compared to their predecessors.