It was my rear tire. A blown/flat rear tire is fairly easy to control if you are going straight. Unfortunately, as I learned, Motorcycles don't turn on flat tires.ga_skyline_rydr said:Kevlar, that is a horrible way to have to learn something. My riding buddy had the same thing happen to him on his new dunlops, except the back tire ended up with the screw.
There is no way to tell what the avg. mileage for a tire is...it depends on the rider and his or her style of riding. Some might get 6-8 k out of it, while someone might have it toasted in 1500-2500.SussexMan said:Bobby,
I recon' the tyre has about 1000 to 2000 miles left in it. Out of interest what's the average mileage for Dunlop D207's on a CBR F4?
So, in summary.... Replace the tire. That barium shit they make you drink before your CAT scan tastes TERRIBLE... I wouldn't want you to have to go through that.