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I know this must’ve been asked a few times but the twist for me is that I’m looking for a more sport touring tire rather than 70/30 or 90/10. This is for a 2018 GS low suspension. Here’s the orig. tires that came with the bike. Lasted 6k miles on mostly touring and canyon rides.




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I know this must’ve been asked a few times but the twist for me is that I’m looking for a more sport touring tire rather than 70/30 or 90/10.
You might be better asking the R1200RT crowd for sport touring tire advice. Never a lack of posts and reviews on tires unless it is a new model.

Biggest decision is whether you think you'll ever hit gravel or hardpack...then a 90/10 may be a better choice than a sport touring tire.
 

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Michelin Anakee 3 would seem to fit your pistol. They have a fairly smooth overall curve to them but with a little bit of cross gap for the infrequent dirt road.
 
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