Join Date: Mar 2013
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Go look at your current tires. If you still have chicken strips in the back, then ANY decent touring tire is more than adequate for your needs. You're not pushing hard enough to go beyond the capacity of the tire. If you have no chicken strips in the back, but have them in the front, then I second the Q3+'s. You're not going to find a better dual use tire for the cost. By the second lap on the track (unless it's a pretty cold day) they're ready for abuse. If you have no chicken strips in the front, then it doesn't matter what tire you choose because you clearly don't like life if you're riding like that on the streets.
The sooner you introduce motorcycles into your children's lives, the less likely they'll have money for drugs, alcohol and cigarettes as teenagers.