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Continental Conti Twinduro TKC80 Tubeless Dual Sport Front Tire

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Continental Conti Twinduro TKC80 Tubeless Dual Sport Front Tire
 
 
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Details

  • 40% on-road and 60% off road dual sport motorcycle tire
  • Compound and wide block self-cleaning tread pattern deliver optimal on and off road grip and performance
  • High levels of side stability on soft surfaces with high cornering stability on soft terrain
  • Excellent braking and traction on a wide range of surfaces from loose to hard pack
  • Proven multi-use tire for both street and dirt, tried and tested for long hauls and competition
  • Very good on-road handling and mileage
  • O.E.M for BMW F800 GS Adventure, BMW R1150/1200 GS Adventure, KTM 690 Enduro R, KTM 950/1090/1190 Adventure/R, and Husqvarna 701 Enduro
  • This dual sport adventure touring tire is tubeless
  • Tire sizes 120/70-17, 110/80B-19, and 120/70-19 are Q rated for speeds up to 100 mph
  • Tire size 90/90-21 is T rated for speeds up to 118 mph

 

Note: Wheel sold separately.

Available in the following motorcycle tire sizes: 120/70-17, 110/80B-19, 120/70-19, and 90/90-21

Specs

SKU
PARENT-329-0170
Brand
Continental
Tire Position
Front
Collection
TKC80
Model Name for Gear
TKC80
Weight
10
Tire Usage
Dual Sport
Tube/Tubeless
Tubeless
Sidewall
Blackwall

Item Numbers

Details Item Number Availability Store Pickup
Details:  110/80B-19 Item #329-0170 Availability:In stock: Ready to shipStore Pickup:Available
Details:  90/90-21 Item #329-0171 Availability:In stock: Ready to shipStore Pickup:Available
Details:  120/70-17 Item #329-0173 Availability:In stock: Ready to shipStore Pickup:Available
Details:  120/70-19 Item #329-0174 Availability:In stock: Ready to shipStore Pickup:Available
 

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Best Front Dual Sport Tire
Used to race motocross and harescrambles, got into the modern dual sport riding in 2007, we have dedicated bikes for our dual sport riding, I use a 2009 BMW F800 GS, and a 014 KTM 1190 R, the bikes are fitted with full DOT knobby tires, I've tried a lot of tires but now we use only Continental TKC's on the front (21").
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Knobbys that Bite Hard
Tire tracks great in dirt, bites in the corners and gets great traction on acceleration. Impressive smooth performance on the street and quiet. Not sure of street performance in hard turn, after all it is a knobby and not for road racing. Very happy with the wear on pavement, can hardly see road wear. This is a very safe feeling tire, I have had the bike at 85 miles per hour and it felt extremely comfortable. The braking on a quick stop, and I mean HARD is fantastic! You would not expect such a aggressive tire with huge knobby's to bite the way it does on the pavement. Great tire, good performance all around.
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Surprisingly Capable
I wanted to take my CB500X off pavement, so following a recommendation I ordered a set of TKC 80 tires. Gravel road traction is great. I didn't do hard-core off riding. These tires are surprisingly capable when touring. Traction was predictable in corners. Tar snakes were no longer pucker inducing. There is some vibration, which is pronounced at freeway speeds. Most of my ride time is spent commuting with some weekend road trips.
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Great KTM Big Bike Tire
I'm really impressed with how this tire is holding up. I was afraid at first that it would flex too much on a big bike, but on my 990 ADV with safari tanks and riding 2-up it has done well. The last aggressive dual sport knobby I ran was a Dunlop 606 and it squirmed a lot on the pavement compared to the Continental. It's as predictable on the pavement as you can ask for from a knobby. This TKC 80 wears the same if not better that the previous Shinko 805 that I ran, but has a lot more off road grip. It looks promising that I'll get at least 3500 out of this tire, which isn't bad for a big dual sport with a narrow front tire.
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Great 50 50 Tire
I have swapped between the Shinko and the TKC 80 front on my 2016 Africa Twin. Between the two, the TKC 80 is my choice for off-road. It handles all off-road terrain better and more predictably than any other 50 / 50 tire I have tried. On road, the tires perform about the same. Both are better than you would expect a knobby to perform on pavement. When it comes to wear, the TKC wears longer, but the knobs start to cup if you ride aggressively on pavement. I only get about 2500 miles of mixed surfaces (street, highway, dirt). If It's more off-road, I'll choose the TKC 80.
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