Designed to meet the demands of intermediate terrains. New tread pattern for intermediate conditions. Triangular knobs to reduce flex on hard base areas. New casing structure with reinforced sidewalls.
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Great mud tire
from Pacific Northwet
Comments about Kenda K775 Washougal Motorcycle Tire:
For sloppy, muddy rutted PNW trails this is the best tire out there. At 8 psi rear 9 front these tires rule in the mud and wet clay.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from Kernersville, NC
I ride a mix of quad trails, single track, and mx track. The tires have really done good. No flats, no broken nobs, and has lasted very well. Some friends up in the mountains have been very surprised at how well they've held up in the rocks there as well. I can't talk myself outta buying another set.
Very good tire, very good value
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80/100-21 K775F Front Tire, used for off-road biased dual sporting. Very good handling and stability on a wide variety of terrain from mud to gravel to pavement. Though it's marketed as an offroad only tire, the K775F front tire in 80/100-21 size is a DOT approved tire (with proper DOT sidewall markings), and I've found it to be very good in a dual sport role.
Good front tire for dual sport
Yes, this tire is DOT marked in the 80/100-21 front size. It is an aggressive knobby, clearly intended for dirt riding. It has small, widely spaced knobs. So far, I only have about 600 miles on the tire over a long weekend of dual-sporting (~25% pavement, 40% gravel road, and 35% trail) - but my impression so far is favorable.I have a KLX250S, and commute on my bike about 105 miles daily, so wear life is important to me. I also use my bike for aggressive trail riding on the weekends, and this is where I expect traction. My typical riding is a mix of about 75% pavement, 20% gravel road, and 5% trail. The OEM Dunlop D605 was subpar in both dirt traction and wear. Next was a Kenda K760 Trackmaster II - which I'm using as my current benchmark.So this what I've found with the K775 Washougal so far: stability is decent, but it does try to headshake more at speed in deep, loose gravel than the K760. Likewise, it isn't quite as stable at speed on pavement as the K760. It goes without saying that, as an aggressive knobby, braking on pavement is not excellent. That said, it is never disconcerting for me in any conditions I've come across. Once off of the roads and onto the trails, the tire works great. Braking, cornering, stability were all very good in a mix of hard and soft dirt, rocks ranging from pebbles to boulders, and grass. I didn't need to think about how the tire was going to react - I just did what I asked it to do.I'm hopeful that this tire will wear well once I'm back to my normal routine. If it has a relatively long wear life, it will be high on my list front tire choices.
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