jkeefover at swansonindustries.com
Mon May 21 09:07:58 PDT 2007
In my opinion...
Michelin Pilot Road and Metzeler Z6 are tough to beat for a SPORT-touring
tire that still gets good mileage. The wet performance for both are great.
My new Pilot Roads are scrubbed to within 1/8th inch of the edge both front
and rear with no pucker inducing slippage and I rode 4 hours in the rain and
an hour in the snow(!) Friday and I couldn't be happier.
I've also been hearing good things about the new Avons (Storms) but I've
only had the older Azaro ST46/45 which were ok but resisted dropping into
turns a little (which you may prefer though). They also squared off a bit
quicker than I thought they should but that's very subjective, could be I
was just rode more commuting slab than I thought.
On a side note, if you want a very good track day performance type tire, I
can't recommend the Michelin Pilot Powers more. They were awesome while
From: Jeffrey Markham [mailto:automan25 at yahoo.com]
Sent: Monday, May 21, 2007 11:47 AM
To: GPzList at micapeak.com
I need a new rear tire for my GPz. What do you all recommend? I currently
have Dunlop Sportmax D208 tires on both the front and rear. These are the
tires that were on the bike when I bought it so I don't know how much
mileage they have on them. I'm looking for a good balance between mileage
Jeffrey R. Markham
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