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Maxxis M7304 & M7305 road legal enduro/MX tyre set (other sizes available) £72.54 @ Demon Tweeks
Maxxis M7304 & M7305 road legal enduro/MX tyre set (other sizes available) £72.54 @ Demon Tweeks

Maxxis M7304 & M7305 road legal enduro/MX tyre set (other sizes available) £72.54 @ Demon Tweeks

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Maxxis M7304 & M7305 enduro/motocross tyres - Road legal "E" marked

These go for about £90 a set elsewhere. I spoke to Demon-tweeks customer service and they have confirmed road legal. Lots of positive reviews on these tyres, great grip and last longer than most. KTM had these tyres fitted as standard for the EXC range of bikes a few years back.

There are plenty of other sizes available at great prices.

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When I bought my Transalp the first thing I did was dump a pair of tyres just like there - they might "road legal", but in my opinion just not suitable for the road.

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worthinger

When I bought my Transalp the first thing I did was dump a pair of tyres … When I bought my Transalp the first thing I did was dump a pair of tyres just like there - they might "road legal", but in my opinion just not suitable for the road.



I wouldn't use them for permanent road use, but they are great if your near green lanes and like off-roading with the occasional "to and from" on roads.

worthinger

When I bought my Transalp the first thing I did was dump a pair of tyres … When I bought my Transalp the first thing I did was dump a pair of tyres just like there - they might "road legal", but in my opinion just not suitable for the road.



​lol. why would you want these on a transalp anyway. they are road legal so that it will pass an mot and be suitable to get about on tarmac but mostly they are intended for off road. think green lane trail riding or specific enduro events that need a road legal bike to enter because of access issue on fire roads. they're brilliant for off road and good to get you about on tarmac but you won't hammer your bike on corners with them on.
Edited by: "MRGRINGO" 3rd Jan

The IT is a great rear tyre, but I found the front wandered too much over rough surfaces, even with only 12psi. Much prefer the Metzeler 6-days. But this is a great price for a pair so heat added!

MRGRINGO

​lol. why would you want these on a transalp anyway. they are road legal s … ​lol. why would you want these on a transalp anyway. they are road legal so that it will pass an mot and be suitable to get about on tarmac but mostly they are intended for off road. think green lane trail riding or specific enduro events that need a road legal bike to enter because of access issue on fire roads. they're brilliant for off road and good to get you about on tarmac but you won't hammer your bike on corners with them on.



I thought it obvious from my comment that I wouldn't have them on my Transalp.

In saying that, the transalp is quite a flexibly designed bike and many owners do go off the beaten track on them, as did the previous owner of my bike. A bit on the heavy side for mud however.

Heat added. Good price.
Don't stay sharp too long.
Softish for a bit of road use that's all. At that price run them, turn them once , round em off and throw them. Put another pair on.

I wouldn't mind giving these a go. will be checking size tomorrow. Have a feeling I usually go for a 140/80-18 rear tho...
Edited by: "stinkingnugget" 4th Jan
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