Conti Twinduro TKC80 Motorcycle Tire

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Brand Continental
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(Rear) Specifications and Options

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(Front) Tire Size - Bias / Radial - Speed Rating

90/90-21 - Bias Ply - S
100/90-19 - Bias Ply - S
110/80-19 - Bias Ply - Q
120/70-17 - Bias Belted - Q
120/70-19 - Bias Ply
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(Rear) Tire Size - Bias / Radial - Speed Rating

120/90-18 - Bias Ply - S
130/80-17 - Bias Ply - S
140/80-17 - Radial - Q
140/80-18 - Bias Ply - R
150/70-17 - Bias Ply - Q
150/70-18 - Bias Ply - Q
170/60-17 - Bias Ply
180/55-17 - Bias Belted - Q
3.50-18 - Bias Ply - S
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Product Details

Conti Twinduro TKC80 Motorcycle Tire. Designed for 40% on-road and 60% off-road use. Continental's compound and wide block tread pattern deliver optimal on and off-road grip and performance. This tire also offers excellent braking and traction on a wide range of surfaces from loose to hard pack.

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ContinentalConti Twinduro TKC80 Motorcycle Tire
 
4.5

(based on 24 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Versatile (12)
  • Good ride (10)
  • Good cornering (7)
  • Durable (5)
  • Easy to install (3)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Off-road (6)
    • Street riding (5)
      • Motorsports:
      • Motorcycle enthusiast (8)

    Reviewed by 24 customers

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    5.0

    Great tires

    By GS fan

    from Utah

    Verified Reviewer

    Comments about Continental Conti Twinduro TKC80 Motorcycle Tire:

    These tires are the best I have had. They really perform in the dirt which is what they are designed for. Onroad they hold their own. The only downside is their durability.

     
    5.0

    Love these tires.

    By Cooper

    from Oregon

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    Comments about Continental Conti Twinduro TKC80 Motorcycle Tire:

    Put these on my KLR. Have handled awesome great on road (for knobbies) and amazing off road.

     
    5.0

    Great traction and very durable

    By Muck

    from WI

    Verified Reviewer

    Comments about Continental Conti Twinduro TKC80 Motorcycle Tire:

    I put one of these on the front of my F800GS before doing the Colorado BDR and it worked great. It hooked up well in a variety of terrain...gravel, rocks, dirt, water crossing with rocks and/or mud underneath. It also handled great on the roads, even when we got caught in some pretty heavy rain. After that we went up to Northern Wisconsin and played in the sand and gravel and mud up there and it was still performing great. It has about 2k miles on it and is showing very little wear. This is my second TKC80 on the front and I really like them.

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    4.0

    TKC80s on BMW1150GSA

    By TPD

    from Sarasota, FL

    Pros

    • Good Cornering
    • Good Ride
    • Versatile

    Cons

    • Wears Easily

    Best Uses

    • Gravel Roadstreet
    • Off-Road
    • Street Riding

    Comments about Continental Conti Twinduro TKC80 Motorcycle Tire:

    I have used about 5 sets TKC80s on my BMW1150GSA so far. For a heavy bike like the 1150-1200 GSes it is definitely the best on/off road tire on the market. It is great on asphalt, corners very well with sometimes surprising lean angles, like street tires. I used them many gravel roads, including the Dalton Hwy, Translabrador Hwy. Except for deep sand they are great on gravel and not to deep mud. The rear lasts normally 3,400-3,800 miles of riding being still capable of dirt. The front easily lasts 10,000miles, if not replaced earlier due to the BMW typical extensive cupping. Also mixed the front TKC80 with a Tourance on the back in Alaska (due to budget limitation). This setup handled also very well on dirt. They are better in dirt and asphalt as the Heidenau K60 due to built and the better rubber mixture imho. So for everybody who ventures on some of the great dirt roads up North, CO or UT can only recommend for the added confidence and possible higher speed on gravel.

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    Specifications and Options

    Brand Continental
    Front / Rear Front, Rear
    Tire Size 90/90-21, 100/90-19, 110/80-19, 120/70-17, 120/70-19, 120/90-18, 130/80-17, 140/80-17, 140/80-18, 150/70-17, 150/70-18, 170/60-17, 180/55-17, 3.50-18
    Rim Size 21, 19, 18, 17
    Tube / Tubeless Tube Type, Tubeless
    Bias / Radial Bias Belted, Bias Ply, Radial
    Load Index 54, 57, 59, 65, 69, 70
    Shipping Restrictions Tire
    Speed Rating Q, R, S

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    • Q:

      I have a 2003 KTM 640 Adventure that uses tubes and I'm looking for a 90/90 21 front but all I see are "tubeless" does it really make a difference? maybe in the bead just want to be sure.

      thanks,
      Joe
      Asked on 10/15/2013 by Joe from Manchester, NY

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        Thank you for your question! We always suggest using what came stock but we have had many customers use tubeless tires with tubes. One of the main differences can be the inside of the carcass of the tires. Tubeless tires are not as smooth inside unlike a tube type tire which is smooth inside to allow for less chafing of the tube against the tire. The bead will still seat and work just fine. You can also find more information on this topic on many online forums. Please let us know if there is anything else we can assist you with.

        Answered on 10/17/2013 by Anonymous
    • Q:

      This tire comes with an "S" rating and a "Q" rating for a tubeless tire. What does that mean?

      I am purchasing this front tire for a 2005 Suzuki DL 1000. Which size 120/70 or 100/90 would be better for a heavy off road motorcycle?
      Asked on 3/13/2013 by Brandon from Mendon, Utah

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        Thank you for your question! The "S" and "Q" ratings would be speed ratings. The "S" would be rated for up to 112mph and the "Q" would be rated to 99mph. Unfortunately we are only able to recommend stock sizing for legal reasons. You may want to check some online forums for this sizing information to see what others have used. Please let us know if there is anything else we can assist you with.

        Answered on 3/14/2013 by Anonymous
    • Q:

      How many side-to-side rows of knobbies are of the circumference on a 90/90 x 21"? How many on a 150/70 x 17"? Reason of the inquiry is to attempt to determine the proper number of studs needed for winter riding. Thank You for the assistance of minimizing the wait time.
      Asked on 12/5/2012 by K-Bobber, Bikoholic from Williston, ND

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        Thank you for your question. Unfortunately the information you seek is not disclosed to us by the manufacturer. You may need to purchase the tires to get the stud count. Please let us know if there is anything else we can do for you by contacting us by email at Sales@bikebandit.com, Live Chat or by phone toll free at 888-339-3888. We are more than happy to help.

        Answered on 12/6/2012 by Anonymous
    • Q:

      Can I put a tube in a "tubeless" tire? I'm considering the Continental Twinduro 90/90-21 and 130/80-17 on my 2009 Kawasaki KLR650 with wire spoke wheels.
      Asked on 11/3/2012 by Doug from Red Lodge, MT

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        Thank you for your question. Yes tubeless tires can be used with an inner tube with no problems at all. Please let us know if there is anything else we can do for you by contacting us by email at Sales@bikebandit.com, Live Chat or by phone toll free at 888-339-3888. We are more than happy to help.

        Answered on 11/5/2012 by Anonymous
    • Q:

      Hi,
      what size should i best take for an stock R80G/S of 1985 ?
      Thanks
      Asked on 9/10/2012 by oupsone from Montréal,CA

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        Thank you for your question. The sizes you will need are the 90/90-21 for the front, and the 120/90-18 for the rear. Please let us know if there is anything else we can do for you by contacting us by email at Sales@bikebandit.com, Live Chat or by phone toll free at 888-339-3888. We are more than happy to help.

        Answered on 9/10/2012 by Anonymous
    • Q:

      I have a 2010 KTM smc. The rear wheel is a 160/60-17. What size would be the best fit to replace the stock tire. Would either the 150/70/17 or the 180/55-17 fit? Thanks
      Asked on 8/24/2012 by Gary from San Fran

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        Thanks for writing into BikeBandit.com. For legal reasons BikeBandit.com does not offer mechanical/technical advice. We do offer repair manuals that may provide the info you need to help you solve your problem.

        Answered on 8/24/2012 by Anonymous
    • Q:

      Is the 130/80-17 listed in the drop down box a tube type or tubeless type?
      Asked on 6/12/2012 by Anonymous

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        Thanks for your question! The 130/80-17 is listing as a tubeless tire.

        Answered on 7/3/2012 by Anonymous
    • Q:

      If I order a set for my 2008 r1200gs, I would want to know what year they are manufactured. Can this be confirmed and guaranteed pre-purchase?
      Asked on 6/11/2012 by reidguyton from LA (Lower Arkansas)

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        Thanks for your question! Unfortunately we do not have access to check the warehouse before purchase nor is there an efficient way to do so. I know though from working on our warehouse end we get are tires shipped in factory fresh on a daily basis and we offer such smokin prices on them we are unable to house them long enough to get aged.

        Answered on 6/21/2012 by Anonymous
    • Q:

      What size front and rear, fit a 2011 DR650? Thanks, Darryl
      Asked on 4/30/2012 by Anonymous

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        Good question! It came OEM factory with a 90/90-21 front and a rear runs a 120/90-17 for the 2011 DR650.

        Answered on 5/3/2012 by Anonymous
    • Q:

      What is the difference between this 150/70 by 17 bias tire vs. 140/80 by 17 radial tire for the $50 price diffential?
      Asked on 4/9/2012 by bill

      1 answer

      • Staff Reviewer

        A:

        Thanks for your question! The difference would be the size and the Radial construction vs. Bias construction

        Answered on 4/10/2012 by Anonymous
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