They don't fit mine. I've had two front tires go flat (punctured) in less than 2 years. One went flat last night.
I ride a 2004 Triumph SM.
if your bike is equipped with TPMS, I would recommend trying tire plugs. if not, I don't recommend risking it to save some money. my BMW R1200GS has TPMS so I feel confident using tire plugs. I have plugged front and rear tires many times with no issues.
These are ok tires, not bad, but nothing to get excited about. By the time you figure in the cost of mounting and balancing, you might want to spend a little more on your rubber for something that works better and lasts longer, especially if you have a heavier or more powerful bike (e.g., 750-1000).
Also, just so you know, these particular tires are made for Conti by Shinko. I have had good luck with Shinkos in the past, but recognize that they are a "bargain" tire, not high end sport rubber.
This is a good deal on a decent set of tires. I was on my 3rd rear and second front on my Katana when I sold it. I averaged about 6000 miles on the rear and about double on the front riding at a moderate pace. I found the tires are a bit slick until they warm up. Also, the pattern on the rear makes it hard to judge remaining tread. Ride Safe!
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