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Pirelli débuted the new Angel GT Tires on Basque soil in Bilbao, Spain accompanying the newest edition of the Multistrada 1200 S Granturismo. The new Angel GT Sport Touring tire will be standard equipment on the latest version of the Borgo Panigale model.
The Angel GT boasts 15 percent more mileage than the Pirelli Angel ST without sacrificing performance. Pirelli has labeled this as “Performance Mileage." The primary design was to provide regular wear and excellent water drainage guaranteed by both the front tires and by the new groove design on the rear. Pirelli is using a dual blend compound that allows for high mileage in the center with a higher percentage of silica on the sides offering maximum performance, even in wet conditions.
In the end, the Pirelli Angel GT is a great option for long distance riders with a fully loaded bike, or for those who are looking to optimize performance on their short daily getaways. From sport bikes to touring and everything in between the Angel GT will not disappoint.
(W)-rated for speeds of 168+ mph
Ideal for sport riders looking for increased mileage without sacrificing grip and traction
Extended Mileage Sport (EMS) tires provide best-in-class for mileage and grip
Rear tires feature new Bi-compound formula that improves cornering traction
"A Spec" rear tires feature a reinforced, 2-ply carcass
As soon as I put this tires on I felt the difference! The grip I gains was really nice and I just had a pice of mind with them . so look into to them cuz the tread life are great also !
December 7, 2013
Very happy so far.
Too soon to tell about tread life, and I have not yet ridden in the rain with these tires. However, I really like the grip on my GSX 1250 FA, and I can tell a difference in how my bike handles.
November 25, 2013
I have these on my Multistrata. Minimal offroad use but they do ok. Great tires on the street.
November 25, 2013
Love the look and quality performance
First ride on the pirelli gt tire i could immediately feel the difference. Has really good grip and allows me to take curves alot easier.
October 28, 2013
Looks great on my ducati. my favorite tire so far
this tire looks great on my ducati 848. feels great around corners. i feel safe with this tire
October 16, 2013
So far, so good!
Not many miles on this tire yet, but so far it has been great. Very grippy and inspires confidence. Never fails to deliver when demands are asked of it and looks a whole lot better on the bike than 'that' Michelin tire. Quiet and has great ride quality. I have a few things on my bike that I worry about, but my Angel GT is not one of them.
October 14, 2013
These are great!
These are great, I put them on my SV650 and they've been the best tires I've purchased to date.
October 7, 2013
The Angels were great tires. These are better.
Started using the Stradas years ago to get more millage out of the tires. Switched to the Angels a few years ago. Better stick than the Stradas and 11000 miles of wear before they were dead. But the Angel GT's have better grip than either of the previous tires. Wet or dry. I've got 3000 miles on the rear tire and it looks like new. Worth the money.
October 7, 2013
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Alfred L: Excellent tires! Great grip and great mileageNov 20, 2013
Daniel C: This is the tire that Kawasaki should be using on the Kawasaki Concours 14 instead of the Bridgestone 021OEM tire. Many of y friends who ride Connies love this tire, and I can hardly wait to swap out the OEM tires.Nov 3, 2013
Richard H: Its what I have on my bike alreadyOct 20, 2013
Mark B: A proven product.That is why I am ordering a replacement.Oct 5, 2013
Andres F: "I come from pilot road 3... after using these, never going back, ever!! what a difference. Good grip, steady. Still to find out longevity, but seem ok. 1,000 miles on them.Sep 25, 2013
Nicholas B: Because its badass! Why wouldn't I choose, this should be the question.Sep 18, 2013
Steven Y: I'm running the Pirelli Diablo's now and need a longer mileage tire since i do a lot of commuting during the week and hard canyon riding on the weekends.Sep 17, 2013
Pierce B: I have a mechanic friend who has given me priceless advice over the years, and has never steered me wrong. He recommended this tire above all others, for sport touring purposes. Also I have a friend with an R1 who had a Pirelli Angel ST for his rear tire, and he got nearly 10,000 miles out of it. If you want a combination of amazing grip and longevity, I'm convinced there is no better tire on the market.Aug 29, 2013
A shopper asked:Hi,
Looking to replace my stock Dunlop Roadsmart II on the Ninja ER6F. Confused between the Michelin Pilot Road 3 and the Angel GT. I am more of a weekend canyon rider who also needs good mileage and grip from the tyres. Which one is a better choice? Is there THAT big a difference between the GT and the PR3?Oct 16, 2013
I was in the same place you are about 3 months ago before I purchased my Angel GTs. The Road 3s and Angel GTs are extremely similar and I was torn between which one was a better fit for me. Just like you, I pretty much only ride on the weekends up in the twisties. I've got a ZX-14, so I'm not leaning it down quite as far in the corners as my friends on 600-1000s, so I really didn't need a tire that was primary designed for cornering and track riding. Plus with the added weight of my ZX-14, I wanted a tire that would last longer than say the Q3 or Pilot Power 3s. Finally, I wanted something that if I did come across rain, would perform very well.
After doing copious amounts of research, I determined that the GTs were a better fit for me than the PR3s. Pirelli tested them not just on sport tourers, but also on super sports. The reviews from the super sport riders were incredibly positive. They all said they felt very confident with the GTs in all riding conditions. I also read some negative reviews about the PR3s' quality over the long term. I also didn't like the PR3's siping.
So, I got myself the GTs and could not be happier. I've ridden on dry and wet pavement. I've slabbed it just as much as I've tried to drag my knees in corners. These tires are simply amazing. They do everything and they do it well. I was both comfortable and confident in all riding conditions.
Now, that's not to say the PR3s are a bad tire. They are also great. However, they seem to be more geared towards the commuter and tourer only crowd. That said, I've got a friend who rides an R1 with PR3s. She loves them and both commutes on her R1 as well as takes it to the track.
Either way I think you will be happy. The PR3s and GTs are both great tires. I just think the GTs are geared more towards my style of riding and look a lot sexier than the PR3s. I've got to hand it to the Italians, everything they make is a work of art, even their tires, haha!Oct 19, 2013
T. Mark K:Happy to respond. Bottom line up front: a really confidence inspiring tire, on a bike that eats tires. Revzilla' Mario took extra steps to make sure I got the brand new A specification, and had tires shipped quickly. I have a K1600 GT made by BMW. As such, I bought the A specification of the Angel GT for the rear. I have not used the PR3, but my friends who have tell me one critical complaint. Namely, the tire feels "like on a thin rail", and slightly unstable when moving at speed. For me, that would mean buying a tire that places unnecessary uncertainty on highway riding, especially when passing big vehicles. The tire is known for good milage and excellent wet traction. The K1600 came with Bridgestone Battlax 021, 190/55; OKAY, but a little scarey on tight radius . I am very price conscience, but the value is with the Angel. I rode 250 miles on the way back from dealer installation, in high cross wind and head wind weather. No lack of control was experienced. I even had to ride in 1/8 inch hail (although I did pull over eventually), and was able to control the bike to a safe location. Cornering and turn-in is where the tire really shines. My radius is really improved, and when I do slow practice sessions in parking lot, my minimum radius is twice as small while remaining in comfort zone, as compared with Bridgestones. My chicken strip should be much better(if you care about such things). I have not figured out the warm-up time for the tires; I've only had them one week. I love to throw the bike around now (in the most aggressive engine map), and I trust the tires. Obviously, I can not speak to mileage, so read other reviewers on Revzilla. Hope this helps you in your analysis.Oct 17, 2013
Cortney W:There is not a huge difference between the rp3 and the angel GT. I have had both and they are are my two favorite tires thus far. I am a pretty aggressive street rider on my fz6 2006 model. I ride every day year round in almost every weather condition. My personal opinion about the two tires that you are thinking about is to try the pirelli angel GT both of the listed tires grip about the same but I feel the pirelli turn in a little smoother and faster but not too fast like dunlops. I have found that the pirelli is the perfect mixture between Dunlop and Michelin as far as turn in goes. As far as as longevity goes I got right at 9000 miles on the set of Michelin with one hole that I plugged in rear. So far I have had the pirelli on for 2 months and over 2000 miles they have barely worn but beware the pirelli needs around 500 miles to really get grippy maybe even a 1000 whenever the gt on the tread disappears that's when the tire begins to grip well.... just to throw in the mileage of of the dunlop road smart 2 in case you consider it I got 7500 miles out of those ... all in all Michelin and and pirelli are great. I prefer either over the dunlops. My only only wreck was from the dunlops because of how they turn in you really have to learn the dunlops.. but I mainly wrecked because no one would carry my my tires to get them changed so I wore the new front around my waist up to the shop had it changed and the mix match in profiles where not a good mixture. I was going back up to do the same thing to the rear by caring it around my waist if I hadn't gotten hurt from the spill but oh well im better now and still ride Oct 17, 2013
Benjamin D:I ride a 2001 FZ1 year around. I ride the canyon's hard in the summer and in the winter in temperatures down to the low 30's--rain or shine.
I have used Pilot Road 3's and Angel ST & GT's and find both very good. The Pilots may have a bit more mileage but are stiffer in the carcass (slightly harder ride). Grip and feel of the Pirelli's, however, are the best. Mileage is close to the Pilots depending on how I ride. Wet grip is unparalleled with the Angel's.
I have had good luck with Michelin's, Conti Road Attack's, and Avon Storm's,
However, I now use Pirelli's exclusively.Oct 17, 2013
James W:I going to answer as best I can. Have a o7 hayabusa I put almost 12 thousand miles on pilot power front and rear I ride aggressive but no burnouts I liked the pilot power for al condition riding especially heavy rain even heats up quick but I didn't like the funny wear pattern in the front tire called scalping I tried new front and rear tires both sets did same thing. bottom line rider ive had these tires since August 2013 about 4thousand mile still 3/4 tread fsmoot in turns and smooth at 185. Love my pirelli angel gt. For the price revzilla has these tires iam set on pagt.Oct 17, 2013
Randy B:I have both PR3 and Angel GT tires on different bikes. I like both of them just different on each bike. The PR3 are on a ST1300 and work great with about 8-9 K mileage. The Angel GT are on a Multistrada GT and are great! I get about 8 K on these. In my opinion the PR3 work better on a heavy bike. The Angel GT are great for knee dragging. Won't go wrong with either choice!Oct 18, 2013
Dillon L:I would say the pirellis have better overall grip in the dry than the michelins. Michelin has the upper hand in the wet, both are good wearing tires and will last a while while maintaining their grip. So if youre more interested in canyon carving get the pirellis, if you need a true do it all get the michelins. Oct 18, 2013
Gerard G:The Angel GT is the best tire I have ever ridden on. Very grippy, good in the rain and I am getting "sport touring" mileage out of them (as good as PR3). The PR3 might have a slight advantage in heavy rain, but not in dry conditions. Either tire is a good choice, but I would go for the Pirelli.Oct 19, 2013
steve s:I don't have any info on the PR3, I have never tried them. The Angel GT's have worked good for me with my FJR 1300. They like to be ridden hard and I am getting good wear from them. I would consider both tyres very good with not really much difference between them IMO.Oct 17, 2013
Jason P:Not sure on the Pilot Road 3, had Pilot Powers before on the Triumph and wasn't impressed with the mileage. All I can say so far about the Angel GT's are that they're holding up well and the grip is pretty dang good for a Sport Tourer tire. Oct 17, 2013
Marc H:I am not familiar with the term a spec tire, I can say the Angel GTs stick better than the Pilot Road 2 & 3. As I am still running my 1st set of Angel GTs I can not yet comment on their mileage life, but I am very satisfied with them. (I also do my own mounting on wheels, these were the stiffest sidewalls I have ever encountered in a bike tire, actually took 2 people to mount them on the wheel by handOct 4, 2013
Nathaniel K:From my understanding the A-spec has a stiffer sidewall for heavier bikes such at a R1200GS. I have a 2011 Multistrada with the standard tire. Just turned 6000 miles. Done everything from Deal's Gap to 30 some miles off pavement. Great sport tire, very good wet tire. I am also impressed with the mileage. I expect around 7000 miles. I will be replacing with another GTOct 4, 2013