Well the stamp on the tires I ordered and received made them one year old, not 10+, I would have refused fitting them and demanded my money back. I lived at the time in a small village in Thailand and the local shop owner who spoke a bit of English couldn't get anything better. I thought they looked okay for the price and agreed to order them after googling and reading lots of good comments about them. But I agree that they offered no grip and didn't wear out, they looked like new after 10K km. Won't buy them again!Dudeman was the plastidip poseur. See the squid TV item.
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The Arrowmax, AKA Arrowstax, Rings of telfon, rings of wood, hey my tractor has tyres like that.
Ok to be just a touch fair, these tyres that come fitted on most bikes are proberly already 10+ years old and whatever oil was in them has long since buggered off down to the pub with its mates, leaving a lonley shell of rubber that has long since degraded into some kind of plastic that has the co-efficent of friction of astro glide. (astromaxs, perhaps?) Though since they offer next to no grip, they never wear out, burnouts have been known to create smoke out of the road rather than damage the tyre.
Even with this legendary hardness which is in the running to knock diamonds off the top stop on the Rockwell list. There have been reports of people getting their knee down on these tyres which in itself is impressive, but also been able to get it back up while still moving and not ending upside down in a ditch on fire.
Which tires would you recommend for the CBR250?