Tyres question


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Post Tue Jul 02, 2013 10:04 pm

Re: Tyres question

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Post Wed Jul 03, 2013 8:23 am

Re: Tyres question

Will back up what kev is saying, i love my pilot road 2, the 2 compound tyres are good for miles and still grippy in the corners, last yeah me n the other half went from aberdeen to fort william in the pissing rain, fully loaded up with luggage and took the twisties route and the tyres never missed a beat with all that weight in the wet. So i suggest as well a dual compound tyre for all round riding and as i said in my post before, being dual compound your still getting ur softer sides on the tyres for extra grip in the corners

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