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Dunlop Download May 2016 – Now Live!

Dunlop Download May 2016

Dunlop Download May 2016 - Now Live!The latest issue of Dunlop Download was launched this week, the May 2016 edition delivering some stellar photography, new product information and industry insight. Following are some of the highlights:

Dunlop Introduces the all new Elite 4

Designed as a high mileage tire that isn’t sacrificing its performance edge, the Elite 4 makes use of Dunlop’s MT Multi-Tread rear tire technology. The Elite 4 (E4) is available in a wide variety of sizes, meaning that it’s ready for a staggering amount of bikes, new and old, that are on the market. High mileage riders used to have to pick from single-compound tires in the past but now, with the Elite 4, those days are done and you could be seeing double the mileage with a set of Dunlop tires.

MotoAmerica Update: The Restart

When Yoshimura Suzuki announced that they tapped Spanish MotoGP veteran Toni Elias as a replacement rider, we had our interest piqued. When Elias got on the track, he had out attention. This in-depth article gives some valuable insight to the ramifications of his entrance into MotoAmerica, all of which are positive.

Dungey Gets It Done

If you’ve been following Supercross, the name Ryan Dungey isn’t unfamiliar to you. He’s been dominant in the series for some time now and the Red Bull/KTM rider has worked tirelessly to achieve a legendary status. With three Supercross titles under his belt and a stellar record, the man is on a mission.

Dunlop extends the legendary Sportmax family with the GPR-300

The GPR-300 is a performance radial that gives lower displacement bike owners a great option when it comes to tires. The GPR-300 allows small bike fans to lose the bias tires and get a hold of something that will offer some real performance, on the street or track. Available in sizes that comply with the leading small-displacement machines, the GPR-300 should be on your short list if you’re a fan of the smaller bikes.

As always, the Dunlop Download is free. No registering of your e-mail, just a couple clicks and you’re on your way to getting some great content.

If you like what you see and would be interested in checking out some back issues of the Dunlop Download, be sure to visit Dunlop Motorcycle Tires.

Nic de Senahttps://ultimatemotorcycling.com
Twin anything, ride everything. No fuss, no muss. Senior Editor.

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