Amazing tires, mine are still breaking in but the bike handles completely different
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Just great tires
For the price...I’m all about this tire...hard street riding,cruising and playing stunt double.
Will gladly buy again
I bought these tires a month ago and I love how my GSXR 600 rides now, it feels brand new
These are my absolute favorite street tires. This is my second set and I'm impressed. These tires need minimal time to heat up & grip is superb. The tires give me lots of trust with traction-handling allowing me to keep my focus on traffic & other areas.
Great tires always my go too tires can’t go wrong when ordering them and as always shipping was fast and tires were delivered before expected date !
Good set of tires at fair price
Went from shinkos to these, a big difference for sure. Lots of grip. But probably won't last long cause I'm on an r1. And 1000s seem to eat a tire up quick. So far, they are pretty great
Very good tires plenty of traction
Road on cold roads and still had really good grip not sure about durability yet still cold on Long Island.
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Question asked by kwame
Question:Q: Would you recommend these tires for a 2012 busa? How do they handle turns?Question asked Over 9 months ago
Question answered by CodyGearheadUser's contributor status: Top 25Question answered Over 9 months agoAnswer: A: Yes, these are recommended for high horsepower sport bikes. I have not personally used this tire, but Michelin claims they have a 20% softer rubber mix on the edges of the tread that yields phenomenal cornering grip and lean angles up to 51.2 measured on Michelin test track.
Question asked by 14ckelly
Question:Q: Would these tires fit a 3.5 inch front rim and 4.25 inch rear rim?Question asked Over 10 months ago
Question asked by Cgswss
Question:Q: Looking for new tires that reduce the effect of rain groves when riding. The tires on my bike now dance all over the placeQuestion asked 1 year 8 months ago
Question answered by DaveGearheadUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered 1 year 8 months agoAnswer: A: These tires would not do what you are looking for them to do. You would want to look into the Pilot Road 4 tires.
Question asked by Ryan
Question:Q: GuaranteeQuestion asked 2 years agoCan you guarantee no dry rot on your tires?
Question answered by DavidUser's contributor status: Top 10 ContributorQuestion answered 2 years agoAnswer: A: Yes. We keep all our tires in a climate controlled warehouse.
Question answered by robertUser's contributor status: Top 10 ContributorQuestion answered 2 years agoAnswer: A: Correct we will not sell tires with dry rot.
Question asked by Jessup
Question:Q: What year are these tires stampedQuestion asked 2 years 4 months agoWhat year were these tires produced looking for a place that has a newer stock no more then a year old
Question answered by JakeUser's contributor status: Top 500Question answered 2 years 4 months agoAnswer: A: All of our tires are stocked in a temperature controlled warehouse to specifications for 100% guarantee of quality. We cannot gurantee manufacturer dates.
Question answered by DaveGearheadUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered 2 years 4 months agoAnswer: A: Because we sell so many tires, we receive them by the shipping container. They are all stored in a heated warehouse and are handled per manfacturer's recommendations. That being said, we cannot guarantee that you will receive tires that were made within a year. Please refer to the respective manufacturer of your future tires for tire stamp information and shelf life.
Question asked by Lahoda11
Question:Q: What size would I need to fit on my 2001 YZF R1?Question asked 2 years 11 months agoI just wore down my tire so it is unridable yesterday and want to order this tire ASAP but I'm not sure about what size I need to order
Question answered by MotoStaffUser's contributor status: MotoSport Staff ExpertQuestion answered 2 years 11 months agoAnswer: A: The correct size for your bike would be a 190/50-17.
Question asked by Codya1798
Question:Q: What tires should I buy?Question asked 2 years 11 months agoI am planning on buying a used 2001 Suzuki sv650 S, but it needs new tires. These tires have the correct sizes, but what would you recommend I buy?
Question asked by Katana94
Question:Q: I have 140/80-17 for my rear tire. Is there a size tire that would fit my wheel?Question asked 2 years 11 months agoDunlop Sportmax Q3 Rear Tire
Question asked by Sparky
Question:Q: I have a BMW k1200rs I'm not a hard rider more longe distance what do you recommend on tires for this bikeQuestion asked 2 years 11 months ago
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: MotoSport Staff ExpertQuestion answered 2 years 11 months agoAnswer: A: I'd recommend a sport touring tire like Pilot Roads, if you use our side navigation when you're browsing tires you can refine by riding style. Sport touring tires will allow you to ride long distances no problem, and still feel the road.
Question asked by dcc8
Question:Q: What kind of mileage can you expect out of these tires? Specifically when it comes to street use.Question asked Over 3 years ago
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: Expert MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 3 years agoAnswer: A: Tire wear varies so greatly I am unable to provide a number of miles for you. There are a lot of factors that can play a part in tire wear, starting with what bike they are going on, if kept at proper tire pressure, road conditions of where you ride and riding style. For the most information I would look at a forum that is specific to your bike model, and see what kind of miles guys are getting out of these.