Aggressive tread design provides excellent traction and performance in wet and dry conditions. For touring, cruiser and sport bikes. H-rated for speeds up to 130 mph. Strong 4PR carcass. Wide contact patch for superior traction and increased mileage.
(based on 111 reviews)
of respondents would recommend this to a friend.
Reviewed by 111 customers
Displaying reviews 1-4
Back to top
Previous | Next »
(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)
Good tire for the money
from Stanwood, Wa
Comments about Kenda K671 Cruiser ST Motorcycle Tire:
People who installed the tire for me said it was hard to install due to rigid sidewalls. However, I find that the K671 performs and wears very well for my application. I did two road trips on one rear tire. I got my money's worth.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Was this review helpful? Yes / No
- You may also flag this review
(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
So far, so good...
from South of Miami
Rolled over a thousand miles on them so far, and they feel great, grip well, including during a couple of hard runs thru harder rain at speed. Tough times had made me look for a cheaper but serviceable alternative to the OEM-type Dunlops I'd been running on my '88 Superglide - besides, the last set of Dunnies didn't seem to wear all that well. I Ordered these on a Saturday and they arrived on the following Thursday, which is outstanding for us way down here in South Florida. Waiting to see if they stand up to my "Ride hard or Stay home" three -hundred-mile a week regimen, but so far...
Service and delivery comments:
fast service (shipping) excellent site, good selection
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
By Scott in Alabama
from Weaver, AL
It rides great but that makes it difficult to install if you don't know the trick to doing it. The trick is using Heavy Duty Cable Ties. This tire has stiff sidewalls making it difficult to hold the beads close together as you use your tire irons to slip them over the rim. Start by putting the first bead over the rim using liberal amounts of soapy water or Windex glass cleaner as a lubricant. If required put your tube in now. Now start pushing Cable ties around one side of the tire and zipping them tight so the beads are held close together. Push more cable ties around the other half of the tire but don't tighten them yet. Using your tire irons start forcing the second bead over the rim. Tighten the cable ties as required as you go. This keeps the bead from slipping back off the rim. You'll quickly get the hang of it and you'll be shocked how cable ties make this an easy job. Once both tire beads are over the rim you can cut and remove the cable ties and inflate the tire. If you have a manual motorcycle balancer start by putting just the wheel without tire and tube mounted on the balancer. Find the heavy point and mark it. Before you install your new tire look for a 1/4" or 3mm single round paint dot on the sidewall of the tire. Inspection stamps are usually located around that dot as well. This dot marks the light point of the tire. Align this paint dot with the heavy point you marked on the wheel. This will make balancing your wheel with it's new tire much easier if further balancing is required.
(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
By Mad Man on a Motorcycle
from Stamford, Ct.
Weather permitting (snow & ice) I tend to ride daily and from the looks of the tread patterns on the K670 series tires I should be able to get a few years of safe riding in on my older bike.
Do you have questions about this product?
get answers from real customers and in-house experts with AnswerBox.
Know the answer? Answer this question
Do you have a question about this product?
Specifications and Options
Connect with Us