This tire is made of a specially-formulated rubber mix that provides durability and resists tearing and chunking, even under hard use. Reversible tread pattern with a treadwear indicator that clearly shows when to reverse the tire on the rim; when the “M” disappears the tire can be turned around. Mirror-image knobs provide equal traction in both directions on a wide range of terrain. DOT approved and R-rated for speeds up to 106 mph.
(based on 6 reviews)
of respondents would recommend this to a friend.
Reviewed by 6 customers
Displaying reviews 1-4
Back to top
Previous | Next »
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
just what the dr350 needed
By Suzi Q
from Dover, NH
Comments about Michelin AC10 Motorcycle Tire:
works good on all terrain that i have taken it on, including hightway and roads. i thought it wouold be bumpy at high speeds but I it feels like a street tire to me.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Images shared by Suzi Q
after over 200 miles no wear that i can see
Tags: Using Product, Picture of Product
Was this review helpful? Yes / No
- You may also flag this review
from pittsburgh pa
When i orded my ac-10 on monday wich was momorial day i didnt expect to wake up wendsday morning and find it on the porch! when i install it ill update my review, very fast shipping.
This Tire is Great!
from Castle Rock, Colorado
These tires are probably the most significant reason an old rider 64 that would be me, was the only rider out of seven, the others all experienced early forties, who didn't crash and was the fastest on a 44 mile recent trip 85% pea gravel and course sand trails with 30% snow cover and an old Honda XR-600 the others on much newer KTM, Husky,Suzuki and technolgically advanced bikes. Traction is the Answer!!
Pavement or dirt...
from Frozen North, NoDak
See all my reviews
these things have some SERIOUS grip!!!Installed a set of these on my WR400 and they are some of the best tires for that bike I could imagine. Since they have such a large knob, I expected them to feel a little wobbly on the pavement, but there was none of that I could tell. They allow the bike to behave like it has a set of street tires on it and when the road turns to dirt/gravel, that's when the REAL fun begins. I've only had them for about 500 miles (mostly off-road), but I'm expecting them to last for quite a few years and that's saying a lot for a dirt tire to last that long. If your bike's like mine, converted to be street legal, these are the perfect tire for anyone who rides 85-90% off-road.JC
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