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The undiluted speed of road racing, the high-flying action of motocross, and the technical control of track racing all come together in the exciting sport of supermoto. The triathlon of motorcycle racing, supermoto requires skilled riders and versatile bikes. Bikers who like a challenge enjoy the varied styles of riding and the obstacles to overcome. One of the best things about this sport is that it is affordable and easy for a new rider to try. Throw a set of supermoto tires on your dirtbike or dual-sport and sign up for a race near you.

The Solution for Supermoto Design

Supermoto motorcycle tires are almost always 17 inchers. While most races have other divisions for racers who want to compete with stock wheels, 17s are a huge advantage over larger off-road wheels. Supermoto tires are like dual-sport tires in that they are midway between an off-road and a tarmac style. Most tires lean more toward a street bike design. Road racing is where you can pick up the most speed and the motocross portion of the event isn’t as unpredictable as off-roading on a trail.

Better Tires for a Better Race

Riders often pick a tire to gain an advantage in one portion of the race. If you’re not great at motocross, getting a tire that does better on dirt can shore up your weakness. On the other hand, you could also play to your strength by getting a tire that gives you more speed on the road.

The Pirelli MT 60-RS is an example of a tire that does great on all segments of your race. Deeper than a road racing tire but with wider treads than you’d see in motocross, the MT 60-RS is an all-around performer. This tire chews up dirt and spits it out while still giving plenty of speed when you’re on the pavement.

If you’re looking to beef up your ability on the road, look no further than the Conti Attack SM supermoto motorcycle tires. These tires have great handling and attack turns like a superbike. KTM appreciated their performance qualities enough to make them stock on their bikes.

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