Need help getting feedback from people who have used these tires (preferably from people who have used both) on mid-weight enduro bikes both onroad and in dirt. Riding is varied: Overall 30% street/70 % dirt (is percentage miles or hours!?). Mine is hours. Also, might as well make this interesting and ask for the best tire to pair up front. ;-) Trying to answer a lot of questions you might ask adding a lot of detail up front, if you like. Have a 2017 KTM EXC-F 500 that I'm building up as an adventure/enduro-type bike. Four-gallon fuel tank 35 pounds of luggage My 210 lbs self plus riding gear. Rims are Excell A06 21x1.6 and 18x2.15 Bike without add-ons is 240 lbs at 63 HP. Total bike weight (wet with me and tools, repair parts, water and camping gear of 320#) = 560# gross vehicle weight. Purpose: I also have a BMW R1200GS that I use for the 80%/20% dirt trips, so the KTM is more for trips no more than 200 miles on pavement to dirt. My riding consists of two types: Weekend getaway. Ride up to 100 miles on highway to get to good dirt. Dirt means anything from dirt roads to truly off road, cross country with rock, weeds, briers. Some challenging 4WD tracks with drop-offs, steep hills, rocks and other stuff I probably have no business riding. One- to two-week trips. Trailer the bike then ride 100-200 miles on pavement (including streets in Mexico with massive pot holes and other surprises), then riding mostly dirt roads and some trails and some sand in Mexico including mountains, low-lands, river crossings, and then reverse same route back. Features of a great tire for me: Tough and reliable... Yet ability to spoon off a tire unassisted when hot, tired and trail side. If it requires a machine to change tires, we'd don't have a solution. DOT-approved Pavement speed (with the heavy load) up to 85 mph intermittently, and 70 mph sustained. Works with tubes Safe enough on wet pavement - not scary slippery and unpredictable Predictable - gives fair warning Mostly dirt roads, also a mix of rock, mountains, some sand, low water/river crossings. Only rare clay mud or roots. Adequate sidewall for running 10 psi with rim locks and still offering protection from pinch flats and to protect rims from rock, log and similar strikes 1500 mile tread life (a long, single trip on dirt and pavement) Performs under high heat; Texas summers, desert, Mexico, high road speeds under load. Readily available and of consistent quality Extra points: Optionally works with EITHER tube OR Mousse. Am willing to pay the premium price of a race tire. It's okay to mention other tires. I've used TKC 80's in the Colorado mountains and in southern Africa, mostly in dirt. They're pretty good, but wanted to explore options for improved dirt road/endure performance. What's your experience? What should I know? What do you recommend and why do you think so? Thanks for sharing your wisdom and experience!