My front rim at less than 10,000kms has become slightly buckled to the point of harshness/mild-shaking through the bars at 100kph on bitumen with a new Motoz Tractionator GPS tyre fitted. A mate has 4,000kms on his still running knobbies & has the same problem but it's also not the tyre. Initially I thought the Tractionator had some nasty "high spots" to wear off, but it didn't improve although it is worse at the start of a ride than at the end. I ride 70-30 bitumen road to dirt road at up to 120-130kph on the dirt, running recommended pressures & the tyre is not damaged. Yes I can hit holes, wash-outs etc, but a previous cast wheeled Vstrom did the same terrain at similar speeds without an issue. I assume the same Akront rims are used world wide. Not sure if this would be classified as a warranty issue due to the bike being used "off road", but did not expect this on a AUD$20,000 bike built for these conditions. Anyone else experienced this?