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Michelin Anakee Wild Dual Sport Tire

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Front: 120/70-18 | Rear: 170/60-17
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80/90-21 - Bias Ply - S - 48
90/90-21 - Bias Ply - 54 - R
110/80-19 - Radial - 59 - R
120/70-19 - Radial - 60 - R
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110/80-18 - Bias Ply - S - 58
120/80-18 - Bias Ply - S - 62
130/80-17 - Bias Ply - 65 - R
130/80-18 - Bias Ply - S - 66
140/80-17 - Bias Ply - 69 - R
140/80-18 - Bias Ply - R - 70
150/70-17 - Radial - 69 - R
150/70-18 - Bias Ply - R - 70
170/60-17 - Radial - 72 - R"Fits Machine"
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Michelin Anakee Wild Dual Sport Motorcycle Tire | BikeBandit.com

Product Details

The Michelin Anakee Wild Dual Sport Tire is a game changer for the larger, high powered adventure bikes. An off-road version of the popular Anakee III, the Michelin Anakee Wild gives you 50% on and 50% off-road use and better overall handing/traction on off-road terrain. This tire is ideal for adventure riders that like to take their bikes to baja, down fire roads, and trails etc. Get off the beaten trail with the Michelin Anakee Wild Dual Sport Tire.

   Michelin Anakee Wild Dual Sport Tire Features:
  • Stability and comfort - Stability and comfort on the road thanks to radial technology available for the first time on a knobbly tire
  • Handling - On/Off traction, handling, and precise steering thanks to an innovative tread pattern
  • Longevity - Excellent longevity and resistance against heating and aggression thanks to its optimized tread pattern’s depth and new tread compound
  • Resistance - Resistance to damage and high temperatures thanks to optimized tread depth and new compounds

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Specifications and Options

Brand Michelin
Front / Rear Front, Rear
Tire Size 80/90-21, 90/90-21, 110/80-18, 110/80-19, 120/70-19, 120/80-18, 130/80-17, 130/80-18, 140/80-17, 140/80-18, 150/70-17, 150/70-18, 170/60-17
Bias / Radial Bias Ply, Radial
Rim Size 21, 19, 18, 17
Tube / Tubeless Tube Type
Load Index 54, 59, 60, 65, 69, 72, S, R
Speed Rating 48, 58, 62, 66, 70, R

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Why did you choose this?
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Michelin tires are my go-to for all tire purchases including my cars and trucks.
Richard M on Jun 20, 2019
These are supposed to be longer lasting than my usual choice of high performance front tire, the Dunlop 606. We will see...
Mark D on Jun 2, 2019
Michelin tires are my go-to for all tire purchases including my cars and trucks.
Richard M on Jun 20, 2019
Michelin makes great products, and the reviews are all stellar. Hope it lives up to the hype
Winston E on Jun 14, 2019
These are supposed to be longer lasting than my usual choice of high performance front tire, the Dunlop 606. We will see...
Mark D on Jun 2, 2019
Wanted more 'bite' in the front for off-road gravel & dirt & sand.
Robert W on Apr 19, 2019
I'm building a scrambler with tubeless rim and this was the only dual sport tire that will fit a tubeless rim in the size I wanted 120\90 18
A C on Apr 6, 2019
the name and reputation say everything!
Chris H on Jul 11, 2018
design of the tire and Michelin's reputation
Julie G on Apr 1, 2018
I like the look and performane
raina f on Mar 15, 2018
THEY ARE RADIAL TIRES FIRST. AND I NEED DIRT TIRES.
THANK YOU. BEST PRICE ONLINE BY FAR.
Claude M on Oct 10, 2017
Reviews and recommendations of others
K L on Jul 10, 2017
My KTC80 rear on the 1995 R1100GS was great in the messy stuff but wore down very quickly on the pavement. I wanted to try something else. The reviews were good, and I just love that squishy Michelin guy, Bibendum! So cute.
Garrick O on Feb 23, 2017
It reviews as a tire offering excellent off road traction while still providing good on road longevity.
Brent J on Feb 16, 2017
I love the tires for off road and on road. They are very aggressive and get the job done in a wide variety of conditions as well as very stable on tarmac. The rear does start to come apart fast in hard terrain and they wear very fast. I feel that this is a small price to pay for an outstanding tire. I also think you can get two rear tires for every front as this is what I am experiencing.
Joey L on Dec 1, 2016
I have heard nothing but good reviews about these tires
Kerry O on Oct 14, 2016
Bought these tires to take my 2016 R1200GSW off road. Went up and down steep terrain, wet rocks, and foot deep mud. Wearing and handling well on the road even in rain. Would buy again.
Scott B on Oct 8, 2016
Great online reviews.
LimeyHooligan on Sep 21, 2016
Michelin makes great products, and the reviews are all stellar. Hope it lives up to the hype
Winston E on Jun 14, 2019
Wanted more 'bite' in the front for off-road gravel & dirt & sand.
Robert W on Apr 19, 2019
How many miles are these good for on average 50/50 riding?
Jeremy M on Feb 6, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I have done about 1200 miles of strictly asphalt and you can still just make out the thin line that goes across each tread block.
This is on the rear tire. The front is in nearly new condition.
My bike weighs about 450lbs.
I would not be surprised if you could get 8000 miles from a rear before it was worn beyond use.
The front would probably do 12000.
These are all just guesses but I would bet that you could do 6 or 8 thousand miles on asphalt alone before the rear was trashed.
Making that 50% dirt would only make it better.
Why is this marked at Tube Type Tire for 150/70 Rear? I thought radials were mostly tubeless.
JR I on Apr 27, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hello JR, the 150/70- 17 &18 are both radial construction and can be used as a tubeless or tube type tire. Please let us know if there is anything else we can do for you by contacting us by email at [email protected], Live Chat or by phone toll-free at 1-888-339-3888. We are always more than happy to help.

Reviews

4.9 / 5.0
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Would you recommend
Yes
Don’t change quality & safe for pennies
I changed my tires for the Michelin tires is a big difference. My touring bike and my truck all have Michelin tires. Best and safe tires.
May 30, 2019
Purchased
1 month ago
Would you recommend
Yes
Get what you pay for.
These tires boast the years of experience Michelin has in rubber on the road and the dirt. They are quite pricey, but for a tire that can throw mud and scoop you out of a rut, and give you almost parallel cornering confidence on the street, I'd be pressed to find much better.
April 12, 2019
Purchased
4 months ago
Would you recommend
Yes
Can't wait to ride
Haven't installed yet but being a 50/50 is right up my alley
January 13, 2019
Purchased
6 months ago
Would you recommend
Yes
Great tire
I installed these for one my mostly off-road rides and was awased how fast I could go off road and what lean angles it allows for. I had almost all conditions on that ride: dry tarmak, wet tarmak, dry hard pack, wet hard pack, deep dust puddles, wet mud, deep rocky river crossings and so forth. The tire performed amasing in all of those conditions. It was even great at high speed cornering on dry highway twistiest - almost as good as my usual Anakee 3s. A took them off after abut 8000 kms 40% of which was off road sections and still have around 40-50% of tread left on the rear tire and about 60% tread on the front. I expect them to last for 15000 km on rear and around 20000 km on the front which is awesome for such a knobby tire.
The front tire buzzes a bit but nothing that will cause discomfort. Also after 130-140 km/h the front becomes not as grippe but nothing that that can be uncontrollable. At speeds of 100-120km\h is very stable. So be aware that the speed rating for this tire is not high and it is not suitable for continuous fast speed rides, get the the Anakee 3 for that. :) Two of friends installed these after highly proclaimed Hidenau Scouts and told me that they will not go back to Hidenaus after they tested Anakee Wilds. Comparing to TKC80s these are much much better in wet tarmak and offer considerably higher mileage.
May 7, 2018
Would you recommend
Yes
Anakee Wilds for the T.W.A.T on Triumph Tiger Explorer
I just installed these the other week so don't have a whole lot of riding on them for an in-depth review. Some of my initial observations:
1. Yes they are a bit loud, starting ~35 mph
2. On-road stopping is quite impressive, even in the rain, compared to my original Metzler street tires.
3. leaning on turns takes some getting used to with the front tire
4. they look pretty cool

After riding the Trans Wisconsin Adventure Trail this coming weekend I will be able to do a more complete review.
October 9, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Would you recommend
Yes
It want be the last pair of these tires I buy!!
So far so great! North Idaho back roads has met its match!
October 7, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Would you recommend
Yes
good tire offroad and on
The only reason it doesn't get an 5 star rating is the wear. It is not bad but it wears fast... I get two rear tires to every one front but that is mostly because I am "on the Gas" lol. But highly recommended for at least 2k miles and hard miles at that. I ride a R1200GS and yes they are noisy but who cares if you main purpose if offload as this is what these tires were designed for
December 15, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Would you recommend
Yes
JUST A FANTASTIC TIRE
In one weekend, I rode these tires on tarmac, gravel, dirt, slick rock, sand, and even rain. I pushed them pretty hard through corners with a good lean angle on the road and never once did they ever slip. They're a great tire for off-road with great traction. I rode through some pouring down rain on the highway with no issues. These are worth the money.
May 27, 2016
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