If you want stock tires, you can order them from your dealership. They're reasonably priced, and likely the only 80/20 dual sport rubber you'll find in a 15" rear. If you want street tires, you can go up one size in the rear and go with Michelin Commander II front 100/80/17 and Commander III rear 140/90/15, or a Michelin Scorcher 11 front 100/80/17 and rear 140/75/15. Or you can go up one size in the front and get Heidenau K66 front 110/70/17 and rear 130/80/15 I don't mind mixing and matching tires, but if I absolutely had to have a matching set I'd probably go with the Scorchers. I did find the OEM front tire and a Heidenau K66 rear was quite a nice combination, but it's a four-season tire with soft rubber (suitable for snow), and NC summer temps wore it out very fast. Charles.