So, I have put 4500 miles on my Africa Twin AS DCT since getting it in June, and with the stock tires, the front tire has gotten 3 flats. I don’t do any gnarly trails, or anything. Most is unimproved roads, and since this is my only form of transportation, a lot of those miles have been on the street. I have some new Anakee adventures getting thrown on today, hoping that will fix the problem. But it’s really annoying having to replace the front inner tube every 1000 miles. I do wheelie it every now and again, but I don’t set it down hard. I don’t have any tools or a garage, so I’ve been having to pay the dealer $70 every time. I check the tire pressure weekly, and do a visual inspection every day I ride. I got stranded on the interstate 50 miles from home this past Saturday, and luckily was to get insurance to pay for the tow. What am I doing wrong? These aren’t pinch flats, says the dealer. He told me I ride too hard on the dirt, and these bikes weren’t made for off road, but I don’t believe him, haha. Any thoughts?