Am thinking that my new bikes gonna have a different look about it, more of an urban/scrambler theme, any ideas on tyres to fit.
I mean that they do the job, there isn't a felling like an ultra sport tire, but there isn't default and I took the angle as with sports tires without problem.Thanks for this but what did you mean by "nothing to say on road"
Dunlop Mutant M&S 2020 is also an option.I'll be VERY interested to hear of feedback. I do not ride off road much - and have no plans to do so really. But the ability to do some dirt roads would be interesting from a holidaying POV. Esp in the Balkans etc
Be interested to see a photo with them fitted.I am fitting a pair of the 2020 Dunlop Mutants tomorrow. Not really intending to be riding anything off the tarmac but a lot of the roads and weather i ride in is wet and some of the roads not in the best of condition. Just make sure you are getting the newer tyre and not the old Mutant tyre which is different, but has the same name.
Are they related to the Teen Age Mutant Ninja Turtles?
Joking aside they look like they should work pretty well in the less than perfect road conditions you describe.
Also check out Continental Trail Attack 3. 90% road 10% trail plus rapid warm-up within first 1500 metres. Might be ideal in cold damp slimy UK lanes.Be interested to see a photo with them fitted.
My interest is awakened as I am thinking of trying to use the 790 to visit my mum in Dorset next Spring/Summer. The Maxxis are fine here nr Madrid as I avoid wet weather as much as poss - But on a one month trip to the UK - I will see wet and muddy roads in the lanes.