I've run Kenda K761, Shinko 705 and Shinko 700. My 1990 DR350 currently runs the Kenda up front and the Shinko 705 on the rear. Of the three, I think the 700 is the better dirt tire and the Kenda is the better street tire. The 705 kind of fits in-between. I've put the 700 on real trails and it does very well in more muddy/soft terrain and sand. It struggles more in hard pack stuff with a loosed layer on top, if that makes sense. Deep gravel, sand and pine straw will put you on your ass but that's the case with most non-knobbies. It doesn't turn so well in dirt, as compared to a real dirt tire, but it's good enough if you don't try to power through. I'd call it a 70/30 dirt/street tire. The Kenda is maybe more a 30/70 dirt/street tire. It actually has pretty good road characteristics, but it's more a fire road tire than an offroad trail tire, IMO. The 705 is closer in characteristics to the Kenda, but seems a little better on the dirt and not as good on the road. Maybe a 60/40 dirt street, or even 40/60. I guess that could average to 50/50.