Choosing ADV Tires Needn’t be so Hard | Tips for Spooning Tires and Breaking Beads

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If you ride 70 percent of your time on the street and 30 percent in dirt, you could be expected to buy, what’s called a 70/30 tire. But what does that really mean? And is it the right tire for your planned use for your motorcycle? Find out how tread patterns are designed, how the tire compound affects traction, why tire inflation may cause you to lose your blocks when we talk to Jeff Reid from Continental Tire in the USA. And David Petersen from BestRest Products talks about breaking beads with the Tire Iron Bead Breaker. He has some great insider tips and techniques to make tire changing a breeze.

Jeff Reid (Continental Tire USA): www.conti-moto.com David Petersen (BestRest Products): www.cyclepump.com

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This episode of Adventure Rider Radio is made possible by the following SHOW SPONSORS. Please support ARR by supporting our sponsors. Max BMW: www.maxbmw.com BestRest Products: www.cyclepump.com Green Chile Adventure Gear: www.greenchileadv.com MotoBird Adventures: www.motobirdadventures.com IMS Products: www.imsproducts.com

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