Michelin Commander II Front Tire

Michelin Commander II Front Tire
Michelin Commander II Front Tire

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Macc Verified Purchaser
McKinney, TX, USA
Durability 4/5 Ease of Installation 3/5 Performance 5/5 Style 4/5
Michelin Commander ll front tires

Just purchased two new tires. Front and rear.

I had both front and rear replaced 9,236 miles ago. I will need a new rear tire soon. The front tire has at least 1,000 more miles left on it,
They wear well and are solid in the rain. They hold their round profile longer than other tires I've had and thus corner better. I run them a couple pounds hard on air.pressure.

Jennifer Verified Purchaser
Alabama, USA
Durability 5/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Great purchse

Fast shipping, excellent price and product.
Highly recommend this web site.

guesswho MotoSport Staff
Durability 4/5 Ease of Installation 4/5 Performance 4/5 Style 4/5
Good looking tire

I like the tread pattern and the look of the tire.
Unfortunately the bike was totaled on my first test ride of the tires due to another vehicle. So i am unable to talk about longevity or performance.

Gene Verified Purchaser
Tupelo, MS, USA
Durability 5/5 Ease of Installation 4/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Excellent tires

The Michelin PR4's are the best tires I have ever used. I am getting at least 15k from the fronts and 10k from the rears and these are mostly commuting miles. I am a semi aggressive rider meaning I am not a WOT type but I don't prissy foot it either. I ride a 2008 1250 Bandit. The tires in this review are for a 650 VStar Classic.

Michelin Commander II Front Tire
oldguy Verified Purchaser
Marysville, CA, USA
Durability 5/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Mixed brands

some guys said never mix brands of tires, but after reading reviews of the commander 2, I really wanted to try it. not quite 1 k miles yet, but my stratoliner handles just fine with this setup. done a lot of these mile on mountain roads, so far am pleased, rear tire is bridgestone. would have changed both, but Michelin does not make oem size rear for my ride. hopefully they will soon. only thing I don't like is it took a lot of weight for the wheel balance...price here was the best

KCRider
Kansas City, MO
Great tires

First tires I've ever had that don't wander when you ride over seams in the road, painted lines or rain grooves. Very sure footed tires. Very grippy sides allowing confidence when leaning hard into corners. 500 miles on tires already and still have the new "nipples" poking out from tires. I've read these tires wearing longer than the OEM Dunlops....so far so good. I'll update in 10,000 miles.

dragg
Mo.
Great service

The order was accurate and the arrival was earlier than expected. Very happy with them

Michelin Commander II Front Tire
2 Questions
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Hammerhead
Q: Radial or Bias ply?
3 months 21 days ago
I'm needing 130/70R18 is it a radial or Bias? One site I looked at had radials but not in my size, this site doesn't specify if it's an R or a B. Can someone please help, thanks for your time.
Joe2012
Location: Binghamton, NY, USA
Q: Will this tire fit front 2002 Honda sabre with stok fender and fork?
Over 3 years ago
Stock size 120/90-18. Not available Michelin except rear. different tread design 130/70-18 front.
MotoSportExpert
MotoSport Staff
Over 3 years ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: Unfortunately I can not find any information on whether or not this tire will fit for sure on your 2002 Sabre. What I can say is, that it would be a much lower profile tire which will affect the handling by lowering the front end of the bike. Typically it is recommended to stick with tires of the stock size for handling and fitment reasons. In your stock sizing, the Metzeler Me880 is available and is a very good tire. It has very good grip and wears great. The ME880's are one of the more popular cruiser tires and are available in the correct sizes for your bike.
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