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post #61 of 64 Old 12-06-2016, 11:52 AM
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Didn't read through the whole thread, but I have 2 sets to recommend.

First and my favorite, and benefits those who live in areas that can ride year round and dryer conditions, Pirelli Angel GTs. I rode them year round during commutes, canyon riding and even a B group track day. They held up great! Honestly, nothing bad to say about them.

Second, which these benefits the folks who ride in the rain, are the Michelin Pilot Power 4s. Great commute tires, even better tires for riding in the rain. I did some canyon riding with them, they held up fine, but I didn't push them as much as I did with the Pirellis.

Both tires are great tires, can't go wrong with either.

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post #62 of 64 Old 12-06-2016, 06:02 PM
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Didn't read through the whole thread, but I have 2 sets to recommend.

First and my favorite, and benefits those who live in areas that can ride year round and dryer conditions, Pirelli Angel GTs. I rode them year round during commutes, canyon riding and even a B group track day. They held up great! Honestly, nothing bad to say about them.

Second, which these benefits the folks who ride in the rain, are the Michelin Pilot Power 4s. Great commute tires, even better tires for riding in the rain. I did some canyon riding with them, they held up fine, but I didn't push them as much as I did with the Pirellis.

Both tires are great tires, can't go wrong with either.
Did you ride the Pirelli Angel GT's in any wet conditions? I typically use the Michelin 2ct but I think it's time for an upgrade.

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post #63 of 64 Old 12-13-2016, 01:34 AM
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I still vote for Q3s, but after taking a couple bikes out on various brands of street tires the other day, I honestly don't think you can go wrong with any of them. It's probably more important to just make sure they aren't old as hell or stored outside in blazing sun for the past year, although I'm still kind of partial to the Q3s, I don't think any of them will serve you poorly.
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post #64 of 64 Old 12-26-2016, 09:19 PM
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