they work good in the mountain, good grip in the rain as well
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I just installed my thrid set of these tires onto yet an third diffrent motorcycle... To say they are consistant is an understatement... 2004 ST1300, 02 VR800 & now a 2014 VFR800. Supurb traction in wet, long life due to dual compound design, I'm sold on these tires as long as I can keep buying them... Thanks Moto Sport!
I love these tires, third set on my RT...I just wish MotoSport would have told me they were brand new 3 year old tires. Some installers won’t touch them unless they’re “new” tires within 6 months old. I’ll be sure and ask that question when ordering in the future if I order again from MotoSport.
I use them on a k1600 gtl and the tire excels at giving surprising traction in wet weather and still comparable wear to hard tires
I put my first set on at the beginning of last riding season and put over 5000 miles on them. Frankly, I wore the rear out by using heavy throttle keeping up with my pal on his 1000cc Ninja. These tires changed the nature of this big BMW. It was always good, but the Road 4 GT's made it fabulous. Current set has 4500 miles on them and they look almost new. Traction in wet is terrific and sand/gravel is much less challenging. I'll stick with these forever ... or until Michelin pulls the next trick out of their hat.
I purchased these for a 2016 Kawasaki Concours. The original Bridgestone tires wore out after a little over three thousand miles. I have seven thousand miles on these tires and they look like they will last at least a couple of thousand more. To sum it up the durability is excellent, ride quality is good as well. I live in southern California so I haven't had a chance to use them in the rain so can't speak confidently about wet weather performance
Great Tires we purchases again
Just finished another trip to see and enjoy the beauty of this amazing country I live in. These tires handled extremely well in all road surface's and weather.
Great tires for the heavy bikes used on a fjr1300 with a lot of 2 up riding handle great good wear so far. Recommend the tires for long rides sport touring.
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Question asked by Rick
Question:Q: Looking for replacement tires for my 16 Kaw zx14r SE ABS. I ride mostly in town and short trips (2-3 hrs). Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.Question asked 1 year 3 months ago
Question asked by carlos
Question:Q: For goldwing honda 1800 ????Question asked 2 years 3 months ago
Question answered by JustinSUser's contributor status: Top 100 ContributorQuestion answered 2 years 3 months agoAnswer: A: I would recommend the Michelin Commander II or the Scorcher 31 over the Pilot Road 4 GT, which are primarily for street bikes.
Question asked by dynajohn
Question:Q: PR4-GT vs. PR4 on Honda VFR 1200FQuestion asked Over 4 years agoIs the PR4-GT a better tire for a 2013 Honda VFR 1200F than the standard PR4? What is the difference in load rating between these two tires?
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: Expert MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 4 years agoAnswer: A: When it comes to comparing both the Pilot Road 4 and Pilot Road 4 GT there are a few differences. First and foremost the GT version is only going to be recommended for 2 up type motorcycles. When I say 2 up, I mean when a passenger is riding along but on the heavier set motorcycle. The Pilot Road 4 GT was made to have a heavier load carrying capacity then the Pilot Road 4. I did look up your motorcycle and did see that the Pilot Road 4 GT is Not recommended for the 2013 Honda VFR 1200F.
Question asked by tchilders58
Question:Q: What's the difference between the Pilot Road 4 and the Pilot Road 4 GT?Question asked Over 4 years agoI'm looking for a longer lasting tire for street/highway commute for my spare set of wheels and I'm not sure what the difference is between the pilot road 4 and the pilot road 4 GT?
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: Expert MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 4 years agoAnswer: A: The GT is designed for heavier bikes. Whether you are riding your GT-class bike solo, 2-up or with luggage, you'll appreciate the added stability provided by MICHELIN's new 2AT technology. With MICHELIN 2AT technology, your heavy touring bike will feel stable and secure in both straight line and cornering situations.