No, the note that's on there is a flyer that got placed on everyone's vehicle.Rich, did you leave the rider a note under the seat strap?
Vern, I forget his screen name, but have you seen the videos by the Tennessee 09 rider of his gravel road going to his house? Lol yikes, he could use some street leaning adv tires.
Being from Montana...I would also seriously consider similar tires...the bike isn't that much heavier than dirt bikes I would rather have do it all tires than road tires that put you on pins and needles on anything but clean asphalt. But down here in CA I will keep road tires on her.Those are good tires. Had em on a Vstrom and took em on fire roads alot, but also did pretty freakin well on the street and kinda stuck well in the twisties. I would consider them here in Idaho because there are alot of really fun fire roads up in the mountains, take the bike to some camping spots. For riding on fire roads, you really don't need much more suspension that what this bike has. It would be great for fire roads because it is so light, can be tossed around in the corners. I would probably keep it in B mode though.
this will be my next tire on the FZI'm actually considering a set of Metzeler Tourance Nexts for my replacement set.
Tires for motorcycle Metzeler - Choose your best tire for track, road, touring, custom, offroad, enduro, scooter - Tourance Next
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They don't look out of place and could offer tons more mileage vs. the OEM Dunlops without giving up much real world grip.