Kenda Cruiser K671

    Ranking: #12 Cruiser Tire, #24 Sport Touring Tire

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    Tire/Tyre Description

    The Cruiser is a great match for any smaller sport-touring bike. Deep offset tread grooves for all weather riding. H-Rated, Tubless construction. NOT for high load carrying capacity motorcycles.

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    Pros

    • Mileage
    • Overall handling

    Cons

    Overall Tire/Tyre Review

    The Kenda K671 Cruiser received slightly below average reviews. Mileage was generally praised compared to the competition. One rider says they prefer this tire over the Elite 3 which is another highly rated tire, primarily because of mileage.

    Reviews by Source

    www.motorcycle-superstore.com Rear Tire

    24 reviews. 4.4 of 5 stars. One rider says the tire has stability, cornering, traction, long tread life. On a Kawasaki KZ750 – got 10,000 miles, can’t get a better tire for the money. On a Yamaha V-Star classic 1100 – ride curvey roads and the tire handles it all, awesome dry traction and also wet traction. Another says they like over the Dunlop Elite 3 which got 5,000 miles, this tire have 10,000 miles and about half tread wear, no cupping. On a 650 V-Star – excellent handling and stability for over 10,000 miles. Another is getting over 10,000 miles, dry traction is great, wet is slips some, has kept rounded shape very well. On a Yamaha Vierago 250 – stability and dry traction are excellent for a cruiser tire. A few people complained about getting 4,000 miles or less on the tire, were not specific about motorcycle size so maybe best suited for a mid-sized moto.

    www.bikebandit.com

    89 reviews. 4.5 of 5 stars. One rider got 4,000 miles, rode nice, good grip, smooth. Another says good commuter tire, not the best in the rain. On a Honda CB900 – no more wobbling on uneven pavement. On a CX500 – tires cost 1/2 of other brands, mounted without weights, ride is very smooth. On a Yamaha VStar – good cornering, good ride, wearing better than Goodyear.

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