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Looks like a DOT legal slick. Soft compound with just enough grooving to be legal on the street, but no real wet performance.

A few quick searches revealed several references to drag use, but not much about how they handle in the twisties.

In the old days, we used to buy racing slicks for cars and bikes and use a grooving iron to cut tread on them so they could be used on the street. ;)

Interesting, thanks.
 
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