Dunlop Download September 2016

Dunlop Download new issue liveThe latest installment of the Dunlop Download has just been released, so sit back and check out some articles from a brand that is truly dedicated to the sport of motorcycling.

Aside from the usual photography, which is always top notch, the Dunlop Download offers key insight from some of your favorite riders.

Here are just a few of the articles that await:

All-New Dunlop GT502 for Harley-Davidson Roadster

When Harley-Davidson announced the new Roader, Dunlop was right by their side creating the GT502™ radial, which would be up to the task. All Dunlop O.E. tires for Harley-Davidson are produced and developed right here, in the United States at their Buffalo, New York, manufacturing facilities.

Meet the New Bosses: Ken Roczen and Cooper Webb

Throughout the 2016 Supercross Championship, Red Bull KTM’s Ryan Dungey looked so incredibly dominant he seemed certain to roll up the competition again as soon as the 2016 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship kicked off. A safe assumption? Not so much.

The 2016 Supercross Championship had one man on the podium consistently – Ryan Dungey appeared to be unstoppable but would his success carry through into the 2016 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship? A betting man would have said yes, but I’m not betting man. Unfortunately Dungey got hurt, and Suzuki’s Ken Roczen claimed the 450 MX title at Budds Creek, as did Yamaha’s Cooper Webb in the 250 class.

Fast and Furious Flat Track Action

Flat Track; where motorcycle racing in the United States got its start. By now, ten rounds in the 15-round 2016 AMA Pro Flat Track Series are in the history books. And the Championship, though 2/3rds done is still up for grabs. Who will take the title? With five riders in contention, it’s anyone’s game.

Red Hot Ride

Anthony Kiedis is many things – vocalists in a world renown rock band, author, actor, thrill-seeker and staunch opponent to t-shirts. It’s rumored that Kiedis hasn’t actually worn a t-shirt in his adult life. But for now, just read about his love for all things two-wheeled.

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