Designed for the demanding dual purpose rider. This IRC tire has tough off-road gripping power, high speed stability and low highway noise. 4-ply rating D.O.T. approved.
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Comments about IRC GP-110 Motorcycle Tire:
I have run these IRC's on 2 bikes over 10+ years, and I absolutely love them. Smooth on the highway, very long lasting, slide great on fireroads, and plenty adequate for a dual purpose tire when the going gets rough. I've been on some pretty bad trails with these IRC's, and other than mud or sand, I don't think you can beat them for an all around tire.Oh Yeah, for you peg draggers out there, these tires are FUN in the twisties. These tires drift predictably and controllably. I love running tight twisties with my DR350, If the turns are real tight and the speeds slow enough that I don't run out of power, I can stay with most sportbikes. (and I have more fun doing it, than on my 1100) PS- I don't work for IRC either!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from northeast PA
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I have put 1500 miles on these tires on a Suzuki DR200SE, and they are worlds better than the stock Trail Wings. I ride about 80% pavement and 20% gravel roads. They corner nicely on asphalt and handle well in gravel. I have not ridden in mud- that's what I have a dirt bike for! After 1500 miles, I don't see much wear on the tires. I will definitely get them for my XT225 when it's time.
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I have used these tires for two years now (on my second set), and absolutely love them. I am getting about 6-7.5K miles out of a set, and that's on a 400lb Transalp. The price is GREAT and if you are looking to ride your dual-sport in the MUD you probably shouldn't buy a 90/10 dual sport tire. Mud riding would require something like a Dunlop D606. For street riding and an occasional fire road or dual-track, these tires ROCK!
Decent Tire for Cummuting.
from Southeast Michigan
I ride a Honda XR650L and use it almost exclusively for commuting to and from work. I bought the GP110's because of their heavy street orientation (90% street). I have no problems cruising at 75mph on the freeway. They are quiet in a straing line but do sound like a very distant tornado warning siren in turns. I'd have to say they are very good gripping tires, not great, but for a dual purpose on the street they meet expectations. The front tire sticks very well under all road conditions that I've encountered, and the rear brakes loose under hard acceleration in a very predictable way. They work very well in the rain too. I've only had them for about 3 months, so I don't know how long they will last, but they are showing some wear more quickly than I expected.
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