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IRC GP21 & GP22 Dual Sport Tire

MSRP $84.95 - $124.95
Our Price: $72.88 - $109.88
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Overview of IRC GP21 & GP22 Dual Sport Tire

70% ON - 30% OFFROAD DUAL PURPOSE TIRES

  • Original Equipment on the Honda CRF250L
  • Excellent on- and off-road capabilities
  • P-rated for speeds up to 93 mph

NOTE:

Dennis Kirk recommends a new tube and rim strip when replacing a tube-type tire

Safety Warning:

Please consult tire manufacturers publication(s) and/or website(s) for information on tire care, safety, installation, maintenance, manufacturer’s warranty and other information. The tires used for your application must have a load index and speed rating equal to or greater than the tires fitted as original equipment.

 

Specs for IRC GP21 & GP22 Dual Sport Tire

Tire Construction Bias
Sidewall Blackwall
Units Each
Tire Classification Dual-Sport
Speed Rating P(93 MPH)
Type Tube
DOT Approved for Road Use No
Balance Dot No
Directional Arrow No
5.0 / 5.0
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Nice...Does its job well
Using these as original equipment that came with my 2013 CRF250L...no complaints whatsoever. I live in Hong Kong where riding is 100% tarmac or on cemented roads, and these provide plenty of grip and confidence - reason why Honda decided to use these for commuting convenience and comfort. Engineers take the bike's limits and its purpose into consideration before assigning a particular tyre...no reason to doubt their selection. They don't indulge in ini-mini-myna-mo selection...their reputation is at stake.

I ride the bike to its limits edge reaching 125-135kph (when I am in the mood and the winds bless the ride) and these do their job really well - no wobbling or any other tantrums - handles instant breaking and cornering at high speeds very well.

Many riders recommend changing them for off-road riding, but if you are a city rider, hold on to your money tight and use them until they wear out. Happy and safe riding!
November 11, 2017
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This tire is marked non-DOT on your tire specifications which is incorrect! This is a DOT approved tire is it not?
A shopper on Oct 11, 2017
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