Sportster Dual Sport Tires – Duro HF904 & Mitas E07 Dual Sport Tires: First 500 Mile Review

My ongoing review series of my Sportster Dual Sport Tires has started. I already have 500 miles on Duro HF904 and Mitas E07. Time flies! I hope this helps others wanting to put some knobby tires on their Harley Davidson Sportster. Share and subscribe!


Mitas E-07 Front Tires:
Duro HF 904 Median Dual-Sport Rear Tire:

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Killswitch Queen says:

Hi Dan! Are you still running these tires on your Sporty? I’m in the market for dual sport tires, and with stock wheel sizes on Sportsters, the options are slim. I want to hit some off road but still be good on the streets. Would you recommend them?

Daniel Mrofka says:

tire pressure buddy! when your in soft dirt and sand you should run about 4-5lbs in the rear and 3-5lbs in the front like an actual dirt bike

Les Laxson says:

Is it a hard compound tirer

kev maxwell says:

hey dan , I know this could be a pain , but try dropping the pressure when you off road , bigger contact patch , also , im a complete noob with Harley’s but I hear somewhere on the net about getting stones in the rear hub when all the belt guards are removed , it must be more so when your hitting the trails just a thought , as always good vids and be safe fella .


I think it looks pretty cool 🙂

ConditionRed says:

Did you cut your rear fender?

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