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Michelin Pilot Road 3 Rear Tires

Building on the tremendous reputation Michelin has built over the years, the Michelin Pilot Road 3 Tire is the successor to the award winning Pilot Road 2.  With the Michelin Pilot Road 3 Motorcycle Tire you are really getting 2 tires in 1, by integrating a soft rubber compound on the tread shoulders with a wear-resistant compound down the middle, Michelin gives you the best of both worlds.  The Pilot Road 3 is a dual compound sport-touring radial tire.

Revolutionary X-Sipes technology maximizes wet traction

  • Michelin’s newest technology delivers all-weather performance without compromising tread life or handling
  • Patented innovation resulting from years of research and development 
  • Sipes increase the tread's drainage capacity
  • Sipes generate pressure at the edges of the sipe blade, which helps to break through water film

Two compound technology combines tread life and cornering grip

  • 2CT incorporated into all tire sizes, front and rear
  • Wider soft-compound shoulders on the front tire, compared to its predecessor

High performance and environmentally sound

  • 100% non-aromatic-oil rubber compound

Note: Sizes denoted by "B" are designed specifically for loaded sport touring bikes, or for riding two-up.

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Michelin Pilot Road 3 Rear Tires 4.9 5 313 313
Liked PR2 so PR3 must be at least as good!? Installed this guy for a ride to the Tail of the Dragon, around the NC mountains and then back to FL. (Short for Flat Land) The tire worked fine for me. I was surprised to find the wheel needed 8 oz in one spot to balance it. Other than that, it gives me confidence with its traction and if it wears as long as the PR2 did (10k+ miles) I will be happy with it. It is on my DL650 with full bags so it does weigh more than stock by about 60 pounds. I would recommend this tire for this bike. When the SV650 needs a rear tire, this or the next version of the PR will go on it too. July 31, 2014
Great tires So far these tires are everything a tire should be July 28, 2014
Lot's of grip! Excellent grip, really inspires the confidence. Looking forward to seeing how long they last. July 14, 2014
Good upgrade from stock I only have a bit over 1000 miles on these tires but can't find anything to complain about. Seem rock solid with a good amount of grip all around. I've heard good things about the overall tire life so I'm looking forward to seeing how long they will last. So far I could see myself buying these again. July 7, 2014
These are awesome tires. They look and ride great! I had a set of Metzler's before on my FJR and those were good but the feel of the handling and looks of these PR3's so far are great! Because the lack of rain I haven't tried them in the rain yet, but the reviews for the tread and for the wet roads seem great. That's what I really bought them for was first the grip and then for encountering wet road conditions. For the price and free shipping you can't go wrong. Great service and price! July 7, 2014
Very Good Tires This is my second or third set of PR3s. I use them on my '08 VFR and have been very happy with them. I commute on the freeway a lot, so they get squared off pretty badly, but that's not the tires fault. It's the fault of me not hitting the twisties enough. June 9, 2014
Great tire I am on my 2nd set of these tires on my 2011 hayabusa . I went to bike week last year in Maryland from NYC and caught rain the entire 200 mile trip never hydroplaned or slid on the wet roads wit this tire and great for handling . I got 7000 miles out of last ones :) hoping the same outcome for these ones June 2, 2014
Awesome Tire I have used The Michelin PR3 for the past 3 tire changes and have gotten 10-12,000 miles each tire, I have ridden over 180,000 miles over the years and fell this is the best tire I have ever used, May 28, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
greg w: Harder compound in the center of the tire for a longer life on these straight Nebraska roads Aug 22, 2014
DOUG M: good brand, good price, have had good results from the PR2's like the sipes Aug 19, 2014
Brian M: Came highly recommended from other BMW riders Aug 18, 2014
Karan F: Can i get a couple Michelin stickers too....thanks Aug 17, 2014
Norman V: Strongly recommended by Eric (at Revzilla). He was absolutely spot on!!! Amazing tires in both wet & dry conditions. They inspire a great amount of confidence. Turning and leaning into corners is effortless & they warm up quickly. I had these on my 2012 BMW F800ST AND had the Triumph dealership put these on my new 2014 Daytona 675. If you're looking for a great sport or sport touring tire & plan on commuting and/or riding regularly, these are the perfect tires. Aug 13, 2014
Mike G: I love the look of the tire, the ability to ride in the rain and snow. After I received this tire, I was so confident in any weather condition. I rode in rain, after rain, snow on the ground and never felt my slide. A very well designed tire. Aug 1, 2014
jason b: 3rd set of these averaging 11K on the fronts and rears. running 36 - 38 psi front and 42 psi rear BMW k1200 RS. Jul 30, 2014
Peter S: This is an excellent tire for the Kawasaki C14. The tire offers great traction in all-weather giving the rider a high level of confidence. I just ordered my second set of PR3s for this bike. Jul 26, 2014
B A: Outstanding tire. Jul 21, 2014
Kelvin t: My previous set of pr3's have 9500 miles on them right now and i can get a least 500 more out of them easy. Jul 17, 2014
THOMAS H: This is a excellent tire for my FJR1300. Tire holds up well and the wet grip is great.
This is the longest lasting tire I have bought..about 10000 miles. Handling is spot on.
Jul 15, 2014
Dan H: I like the PR2s and thought these may be better. Jul 12, 2014
Wayne J: Great tire at a great price. Got 5,000 miles on them and show absolutely no wear. Jun 28, 2014
Loren N: Need new tires, these fit the bill. Jun 27, 2014
Raymond S: Because of the high ratings it was given in wet conditions. Jun 24, 2014
Dr. gary M: I am impressed with the characteristics noting the tire composition and tread design should provide outstanding handling, performance and wear longevity lending itself to a safer ride in all weather and road conditions. Michelin has a great reputation for producing quality products and innovative designs. Based on research and past reviews, I hoping this tire will outlast and outperform Yamaha's standard tire for the FJR1300 which lasted 3000 miles. Jun 24, 2014
Tjomas L: Dunlop, Metzeler, and Michelin are the 3 tire brands I have tried. Michelin has racked up the most miles and given me the most piece of mind in the wet. Jun 16, 2014
Christopher S: Had a good review online and the phone person said it would fit my ride style the best Jun 14, 2014
Lincoln G: I have this tire on my 2009 R1200RT with over 14K on it ready to be changed but a very nice handling long life tire. I highly recommend this tire. I do mostly 2 up sport touring. Probably more touring than sport. May 26, 2014
Jeff S: Ratings May 24, 2014
Sean C: BIKE magazine said Michaelin PR3 was great in wet and really good in dry plus durable. What else does one need? This was a no-brainer. May 19, 2014
Jacob D: I need new tires. May 15, 2014
Bud C: Best tire on the market. 4000 miles rear, 7000 front, hard riding on BMW K1300S. Holds great in corners, and reasonable mileage. May 13, 2014
Susana R: Because it is the best tire for my bike. May 12, 2014
Daniel D: These tires could save your life!! AMAZING in the rain NEVER had a slip. I have ridden in very unsafe conditions where you cant see anymore then 15feet infront of you on the higheway in the pouring rain. These suckers hold up in hurricane like weather conditions. HIGHLY recommend buying these if your worried about being caught in the rain! May 10, 2014
Bill S: One of the highly recommended tires on the Concours forum. Love these tires and just put a new set on after 10k miles May 8, 2014
Wesley S: Wonderfull tire for my 07 CBR 600RR exelent grip on both wet and dry. This is my go to tire. May 3, 2014
Michael D: Love Michelins on a RT... superb handling and ride Apr 27, 2014
Andre M: Best tire for longevity
BMW K1600GTL
Apr 25, 2014
E A: I already have Pilot Road 3's on my BMW to begin with. My rear was nearing the end of it's life so I ordered another. That being said, the front still looks like it is brand new. I didn't get the miles out of the rear that I was hoping for, but I do run alot of Texas rock roads and that tends to eat up tires on anything. Apr 19, 2014
Paul C: I Purchased this tire last season based on customer reviews and the Revzilla video. The videos are fantastic and much appreciated. I am purchasing the same tire again because I loved the first one. Apr 19, 2014
Philip S: Couldn't find a PR2 in the size I needed. Apr 11, 2014
Shawn G: It matches the front one, duh!!! Apr 6, 2014
A R: I have used Metzeler Z6, Dunlop Road Smart, Michelin PR3, and Pirelli Angel ST on my Sport Touring Motorcycle...the Pirelli Angel ST was by far the most consistent throughout its 6K Miles and always stable as the Rock of Gibraltar when hanging off in swervery. I'll never go back to the Michelin PR3 because they were always squirming around when I needed them to be solid! Mar 27, 2014
Charlie M: Great Tires Mar 26, 2014
Mark C: Love the tire Mar 18, 2014
Lorena G: Same as previous Michelin review. Mar 18, 2014
Benjamin B: good reviews Mar 13, 2014
Paul A: I chose these tires for longer tread life and better traction. Mar 8, 2014
Richard G: Second set great year round tire. I ride year round in western Oregon. My bike is 600lbs + I'm 200lbs+ and between the tires and the abs brakes it has saved me more than once. Mar 7, 2014
Dylan Y: Great tire lasted for a long time! Mar 6, 2014
Jacob M: Previous tire I had on the bike and it was awesome. Long life and handled well in the corners. Feb 22, 2014
Michael L: I chose this to replace the reinforced OE tire on my 2010 BMW R1200RT. Feb 11, 2014
Michael B: It was paired up with the front tire. Jan 25, 2014
robert r: They round and supposed o work good wet and dry. So much rain Jan 25, 2014
Joe P: I ran this tire on my 2012 BMW K1600GT. I got about 7,500 miles out of this rear tire. It is very good on dry pavement and in the rain. If the PR4 doesn't work out, I'll definitely be reverting back to this tire. Jan 21, 2014
Johnny G: mileage and performance Jan 18, 2014
Thomas V: I Picked These tires Because They We're The Best Rain Tires I Could Find At An Affordable Price. I Have Ridden Over 5,000 Miles On them Including Severe Raining Conditions At Freeway Speed And Never Lost Grip Unless I Full Throttled It. These Tires Also Have Great Longevity And Grip With The Dual Compound. I Not Only Recommend This Product But I Will Be Purchasing A New Set When Mine Wear Out. I Rate This Product 5 Out Of 5.
Yamaha YZFR1 2004"
Jan 17, 2014
Ken S: Great reviews. Recommended by friend with tires. Jan 16, 2014
Marvin H: Recommended best for my commute and my spirited riding. "They" were spot on! Best decision I made! Jan 10, 2014
Keith E: Present Rear PR 3 is getting worn out, will be needing a new one any month now. I think its the best rear tire for me and my 85 K100RS with wide rear rim. Dec 18, 2013
John B: These are THE best road tires ever - superb feel and reasonable wear rate on an MTR1200 Dec 9, 2013
Lawrence Z: These are great tires, especially in the wet. Super grip and I like to run sets of the same tiers on my bike. Dec 3, 2013
CLINT T: I live in the pacific northwest and needed a good wet weather tire. These tires work great. I've ridden in absolute downpours and never felt concerned about the tire's ability to hold the road. On dry pavement they are sticky enough that they can be pushed through faster corners with the same confidence of almost any tire I've used. As a commuter I like them a lot and unless Michelin comes out with something better before the next time I need tires I'll buy another pair. Cheap insurance. Nov 14, 2013
George W: I was looking for the best all weather tire set for my 2012 Multistrada Touring. I looked at the new Angel GT's, but in the end I went with what appears to have the best wearing life, and all weather tractions for the Sport Touring bike. Nov 12, 2013
RENEE S: AWESOME!! Nov 8, 2013
Rodrigo A: Very good tire and price. Nov 4, 2013
Johnnie B: Very good product. Nov 3, 2013
Robert G: Good price and good reviews. Nov 3, 2013
Mark P: Great tire. I got 11K miles out of the last set. Nov 1, 2013
A s: This will be my third set of PR3's and I will never ride on anything else. Sticky in the dry, sticky in the wet, and I get between10,000 and 11,000 miles out of a pair (BMW R1200RT). I ride a good amount of slab but also spend many weekends in the NC Mountains seeking out the twisty roads. Oct 31, 2013
Jose D: Mileage and wet performance plus dual compound Oct 29, 2013
D E: I have enjoyed the great performance of this tire and the mileage is outstanding.I will continue using this tire until the market offers something better. Great sport touring tire! Oct 29, 2013
Jesse L: Good tire life, soft edges for more aggressive riding, better wet surface traction.. Oct 26, 2013
brett b: Best tire on the market for my riding needs Oct 24, 2013
Kenneth D: Have used this tire before, got great mileage, and sticks like glue in corners..price is right from Revzilla Oct 21, 2013
Richard M: price performance and tire life Oct 18, 2013
marc v: Moved to Tampa, FL...mostly straight roads and it rains a lot...nuff said... Oct 17, 2013
Wade T: I have the Piliot 2's on my ST with 7500 mi on it and not showing any significant wear. Handl great. I am replacing the Perelli's on my Multistrada 1200 with the Piliot 3's Oct 16, 2013
Duane B: This will be my 3rd set of PR3's
Lots of riding means you never know what the road conditions will be and these are a great wet and dry tire. Handling is terrific all around, even after over 10,000 miles.
Oct 14, 2013
Jeremy A: got a flat and the reviews on this were great Oct 12, 2013
Brian R: Have used Michelin Pilot Sport tires in the past with great results. A friend has these on his BMW sport/tourer and loves them. You can't beat the other user reviews on these either! Oct 5, 2013
jr m: needed new rubber....awesome ire btw Oct 2, 2013
Jacob W. L: The Z8 only lasted 4030 miles before the steel was showing. Hoping to get more mileage out of this dual compound. The K-1600 GT is a tire eating machine! Oct 1, 2013
Richard K: Good prices and reveiw Sep 30, 2013
Jeff B: I want my bride to be safe as well as have fun riding with me. Michelin is the best, hands down. Sep 30, 2013
Huey W: I've put about 5500 hard miles on this tire and it has held up very well. Great traction in the corners at high speeds. The tires feel stable at high speeds too. Sep 28, 2013
Paul H: 2 reasons, on our last trip we were caught in 600 miles of rain and wind of a 2,000 mile ride, my riding buddy was running the Pilot Road 3, 1 â?? great handling and stability (dual compound), 2 â?? wear, after that trip and the 3,000 on the sneakers very little signs of wear and only now starting to show a flat spot in the middle of the rear. He rides a â??05 SV 1000 and I plan on putting these on my â??07 1250 Bandit. Sep 23, 2013
Nelson S: Recommended for MG Norge GT 8V Sep 22, 2013
Timothy P: Chosen for performance and safety (hopefully I won't be disappointed). Sep 20, 2013
Kenneth B: Awesome reviews! Sep 20, 2013
BRIAN F: Had Road 2 on previous bike and reviews have the Road 3 out performing the Road 2. Sep 18, 2013
heather v: My metzler ME 880 whore out to quick for my liking Sep 18, 2013
Luis A: one of the revzilla associates recommended me the tire over the phone when I asked for advice.
Also I have seen good reviews on this tire.
Sep 17, 2013
Dave D: recommended by fellow riders Sep 15, 2013
PHELPS W: best match for the front pilot r.3 front tire i'm about to order Sep 15, 2013
Robert P: I live in Seattle and they are the best rain tires I've ever had! Sep 14, 2013
Phillip R: Used before Sep 13, 2013
Manouel T: This is my second set. I love the ride with these tires plus they have lasted over 8000 miles on my Honda Blackbird. I will say that I am not a weekend ride warrior and use my bike quite often for my daily commute, plus I am also a aggressive rider at times and these tires have always done an outstanding job for me. Sep 13, 2013
Thomas B: replacing with same tire - liked performance of wet and dry Sep 13, 2013
Rudy U: Fantastic reviews on this particular tire. Sep 11, 2013
Marcus T: Customer Reviews Sep 11, 2013
L I: Very good experience, handling and wear, with Pilot Road 2; reviews indicate PR 3 is an upgrade from PR 2. Sep 11, 2013
Terry J: Exact Replacement Tire Sep 10, 2013
myrl f: Great tires, not happy with shipping method, but tires were a good price Sep 8, 2013
Steven S: On line user reviews. Sep 5, 2013
foy r: the way they perform in the rain is remarkably confidence-inspiring. great all-round tires. Sep 2, 2013
Gretchen A: Second set of these tires! Love them! Sep 1, 2013
Kevin H: This is my second set of PR3's. Love the tires, the grip, the ride, the way they last. Aug 28, 2013
Gilbert F: Was recommended by a friend so I tried them, like them enough that this was my second set. Aug 28, 2013
Edward J H: "B" rated Two Up riding BMW K1300S. RevZilla only dealer in stock at this time.
Replacing Pilot Road 3's that I found acceptable for Deal's Gap / Cherohoala Skyway riding.
Trying to get better rear tire mileage 2 up with a shaft drive.
Wanted to give the Pirelli Angel GT's "A" spec a try. But the 190/55's were not in stock.
Aug 25, 2013
Matthew G: High rating, tread life and it seems like the best tire for the type of riding I do: aggressive sport with some dirt road. Aug 24, 2013
Jiri M: Because it's awesome Aug 23, 2013
Nicholas R: Neede new tread for my FJR 1300 Aug 22, 2013
eric t: I love these tires on my Concours 14. Aug 21, 2013
Luciano N: Last set of this tire lasted 10,000 Miles. Well worth the cost. Aug 20, 2013
Josh C: Seemed like the optimal balance between tire life, grip, quality and price. Aug 19, 2013
Cheryl S: quality, durability, preformance Aug 18, 2013
Bennett M: Just bought a '97 Suzuki Bandit 600s Aug 16, 2013
Keith C: I have been using Continental tires and they are a very good tire but wanted to try the Michelin tire, I am looking better mileage. Aug 14, 2013
E A: Best fnnn tire out there Aug 11, 2013
RICHARD F: Longer service life and new technology Aug 9, 2013
Christopher J: The reviews say this is an awesome tire Aug 7, 2013
A shopper asked: I am considering either the Michelin Pilot Road 3 or Michelin Pilot Power 3 tires for my Yamaha FZ6. I ride single only. I mostly commute with my bike but ride hard. I ride between 4 and 6k miles a year. Which tire would be best? May 1, 2013
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bluespecv03: I have gotten 10k miles out of my past two Pilot Road tires. I live in FL, so it's mostly straight roads, with a yearly trip to Deal's Gap, which is 500 miles each way of straights before we hit the twisty stuff. Excellent life and grip both wet and dry. The center area is harder for better mileage but the sides are softer for better cornering grip. Definitely recommend the Pilot Road 3. May 24, 2013
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jf954: With the Pilot Power 3 I think you will get around 10,000 miles out of them, if you are not racing or doing track days. I would pick the Pilot Power 3 for your bike, I have them on my CBR and they are awesome. The Pilot Roads are more for touring bikes and would be more likely to lose grip under hard riding. May 2, 2013
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taylor: go with a softer tire in my opinion if your gonna ride hard you want the ultimate grip not a hard compound center since you only do 4-6k thats one set of tires a year.... May 27, 2013
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LazyT: I would say the Pilot Road, only cause then you wouldn't have to worry (as much) about a rainy day here and there. Not mention the comfort of a Road tire. May 27, 2013
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RandyB: I ride hard but also commute combined about 20,000 a year (Arizona). The Road 3's are the way to go. I get about 13,000 out of these. Great tires May 27, 2013
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Stromtrooper: I would go with the pilot road 3 for the tread life, wet grip, and the dry grip is also great. The 2ct seems to work great. May 2, 2013
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Abdullah A asked: I'm considering buying a whole new sit of front and rear tires sometime soon. I commute 10-15 miles, 5 day/week. However, I ride a bit aggressively on the weekend. I'm not sure if I should buy Michelin Pilot Road tires or the Dunlop Q3 tires?

I ride a Yamaha YZF-R1 07
Oct 26, 2013
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Nicolas S: The Pilot 3 is a perfect sport touring tire. I use them on my 06 Multistrada, and I think they are wonderful and recommend them wholeheartedly for every day riding, especially in the rain. Even when the riding gets a little more enthusiastic, they still deliver a secure ride. The R1 makes a lot more power than the multi, so your experience may vary. I've never used the Dunlop Q3 tires, so cannot give you an opinion about them.

Good luck
Oct 27, 2013
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Margaret P: I had a set of Pilot Road 3 on my VFR and they have excellent grip in dry and wet conditions. I don't believe they compare with the Q3. If you want better grip but sacrifice tire mileage the Pilot Power 3 is closer in comparison with the Dunlop Q3.
I ride a Street Tiple R
Oct 27, 2013
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Anthony R: I have never used the Dunlop Q3, but the Pilot Road 3 is by far the best tire I have ever hassle on my bike. The dual compound does not flat spot in the center of the tire like some others I have had. Traction wet or dry is exceptional, especially in the wet. Oct 26, 2013
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Lawrence I: I commute 170 miles twice a week. Just replaced front, but since I replaced rear in May it still looks fresh. I haven't seen any center wear as yet. BTW
I've been lucky , knock on wood, my commute speeds have been around 80 ish+.
Oct 27, 2013
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Hans M: I found the tires were great for commuting and touring especially if the roads are wet or damp. If you ride aggressive they are a compromise. I find the front squirms a bit on road snakes, especially when it's warm. Oct 27, 2013
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Nathan B: I now have the pilot 3's on a K12 GT (second pair)
. Had the Q 2's before on the same bike . Did not care for them on such a heavy bike. A lighter ride I think they are a good choice.
Oct 27, 2013
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clyde m: they worked okay on my 1100 rt bmw, but I like the bridgestone bt 020 or the new rpl't better Oct 30, 2013
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A shopper asked: How do these handle at higher speeds 90mph+? Aug 14, 2014
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Brandon T: I don't normally ride that fast but these were on my bike during a track day and they handled extremely well. The deeper the corner, the faster you go, and the more you lean the bike, you can really feel the tires grip and hold a line.

Every other set of tires I've tried have flat spotted really bad after a thousand miles. I have about 4 thousand on these and they still look new.

Only thing I did not like was how long they took to scrub in. Every turn or corner I took it felt like the bike was going to just fall over and low side. Once scrubbed in however, they've been excellent
Aug 14, 2014
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Brandon T: I don't normally ride that fast but these were on my bike during a track day and they handled extremely well. The deeper the corner, the faster you go, and the more you lean the bike, you can really feel the tires grip and hold a line.

Every other set of tires I've tried have flat spotted really bad after a thousand miles. I have about 4 thousand on these and they still look new.

Only thing I did not like was how long they took to scrub in. Every turn or corner I took it felt like the bike was going to just fall over and low side. Once scrubbed in however, they've been excellent
Aug 14, 2014
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David C: These tires are fantastic at all speeds even over 90 mph. I even have them on my BMW S1000rr and love them. They are also great in the rain. Can't go wrong with these tires. Great mileage also Aug 14, 2014
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Carl B: They handle great No problems at the higher speeds. I'm running the pilot road 4 GT's now and they are even better. Aug 14, 2014
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A s: They were nice and smooth the few times I sneaked above triple digits Aug 14, 2014
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A shopper asked: For a lighter bike like a gsxr 750, which is by no means a big touring bike. Would you recommend the Pilot Road 3 tires or the Pilot road 4 tires? I ride hard, and I like to have grip. Which one is grippier? Jul 22, 2014
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naran r: Both will provide plenty of grip. The 4 is better if you'll be riding in the wet. However, with a GSXR 750 the only reason I would consider a Pilot Road at all is for milage considerations. There are plenty of better choices for a sport bike, including from Michelin, if grip is your priority since you "ride hard." Check out the Pilot Power if you are a diehard Michelin rider, but by all means take a look at the Dunlop Q3 also. Jul 22, 2014
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Brian C: I have these on a 2013 KTM 690 enduro that I turn into a supermoto bike when not on endure trip it weights less then 400lbs I did a trip to TN NC GA SC hit deals gap aka the dragon hwy 129 which ever you prefer to call it plus many other great roads in the area they preformed very good never had any problems in or out of corners they turn over very snappy I like them a lot Jul 22, 2014
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John B: I really like the PR3 and have used it on a Triumph Tiger 1050 and my present 1200 Multistrada - wonderful tires
However I have no experience with the PR4 yet - Note that I have read several reviews none of which were very favorable.
Hope this helps
Jul 25, 2014
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Raymond S: The Pilot Road 3 tires are really grippy so I would think the 4's are even better. Aug 17, 2014
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A S asked: How do dedicated sport/street tires (ie Pirelli Diablo Rosso 2's) compare to the Pilot Road's in terms of traction and wet/cold weather performance?

I am caught between sport and sport touring, but I don't go to the track and ride only 2k miles per year (90% is mostly all weather commuting and the remaining 10% is occasional weekend twisty trips).
Dec 31, 2013
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Carl B: I'm using these tires on a 2004 K1200GT, I have tried other tires but for wear and handling the Pilot Road 3 beat them all. For track days I do switch over to a stickier set of tires. But for everyday use, rain or shine, these are the ones to go to. Jan 1, 2014
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Duane B: I am on my third set of PR3's, and that should say it all. I ride 10-15k a year and ride/commute in all weather (above freezing). Wet traction is amazing, you really cannot go wrong with this tire. Jan 1, 2014
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Boyd H: The PR3s would be a great choice. Super all around tire with good traction, handling and wear wear. Definitely my first choice. Jan 1, 2014
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John T: I have a 2012 Kawasaki Z1000 that came with Dunlop OEM tires that were supposed to be for street riding. I hated them. I had no confidence that the would hold the road in less than perfect conditions. Whenever it rained or I had to lean the bike excessively an overwhelming feeling of fear took over me. Since I only got about 6k miles out of these I had to replace them after about 9 months. I purchesed the Pilot Road 3 tires and was amazed at the difference. The traction in the dry is confidence inspiring and in the wet I have yet to notice them slip. Obviously I watch my speed and lean angles in the wet which helps but doing the same with the Dunlops didn't keep them from occasionally slipping. The other factor that bothered me about the Dunlop was the fact that they developed a flat area quickly. I commute 125 miles round trip a day with a lot of straight line riding. I've put over 10k miles on the Pilot Road 3s and they only show the slightest bit of flatening. Feb 1, 2014
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A shopper asked: I'm looking to do more winter riding this year and bought some heated gear. As I think through this... I buy winter tires for my car for cold weather because my grippy summer tires get hard in lower temps. Do the grippy motorcycle tires also get hard in below freezing conditions? Nov 15, 2013
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Fred N: Tires in good condition are the key - summer or winter - I ride year around (I'm on target to ride 300 days this year here in Missouri) - the "grippy" tires do not get hard - realize after a few minutes even at 10f your tires warm up to their operating temperatures - I have been very pleased with the PR3's and will actually be ordering a new set shortly for my BMW R1200RT. Finally - "grippy" tires or not - they won't help up with ice or snow - you just have to keep the bike vertical and hope for the best. Nov 15, 2013
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Stacy M: I found the Pilots to feel more sure-footed over cold roads and paint lines than the OEMs that came with my 2009 BMW K1300GT. The feel of the Pilots and the handling wet, dry, warm or cold was the best I've ever had and I've been riding for more than 30 years. Dec 15, 2013
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Blayde K: I don't know if I'd say they are less grippy but they do take longer to warm up. I don't ride as hard when it's cold. Nov 15, 2013
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Simon M: I rode the PR3s all winter up n Mane. They kept up with cold weather grip... apart from on the snow and ice! Nov 24, 2013
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A shopper asked: I need a whole new set of front and rear tires, and I'm wondering which should I get? The Dunlop Q3 tires or The Michelin Pilot Road 3 tires. I ride a Yamaha YZF-R1 07. I commute 5 days/week, 10-15 miles. I tend to ride a bit more aggressively on the weekends :) Oct 26, 2013
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Jim c: I own a CBR929rr. I mounted my pilot 3 rear tire in April and used it this summer…. hard. I rode on the track. I rode on the steet easy, and getting busy. I live in Fort Collins Co. So I ocationaly will hit a dirt road for a bit. I have the road 3 rear tire and the Road 2 front tire(front went two seasons(10k). As far as I can tell the rear might have another full two seasons left and the front will need changing this winter. I will go with the pilot three on the front for two reasons. The tread will match (O.C.D.) More so, I am completely impressed with the performance of the read tire and front for that matter. Never once did my tires slip or waver in a corner that could not be explained by debris on the road. (Just slips, no crashes)
I would recommend this tire to the agressive rider. For the more tame… you can sertainly save monie and get a lesser tire. > You will most likely not push your self nor your bike to the point that this tires' abilities kick in. But… if you get on your bike and want to have the confidence and self assurance that you are on a performance proven tire; this is the tire for you. Well… it has won my loyalty.
Oct 28, 2013
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Henry D: Honestly, unless your riding like your on the track. Somehow missing traffic, road debris, good judgment and responsibility, the michelins are the way to go. They hold up well and aren't as hard to get up to a rideable temp. I had my r6 out this morning in chester county pa . And had excellent grip in temps starting at 43. There also great in your average range. I love to drag my knee as much as the next guy and there always there for me in the corner Oct 27, 2013
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Duane B: If you commute in any weather. Go Michelin, I am on my 3rd set and find them to be a wonderful match for my BMW R1200S. I commute and work on my bike, so everything matters. I don't go looking for rain to ride in but have always been happy to have the PR3's under me when it does.
Like I said, I'm on my 3rd set I am very happy with them.
Oct 26, 2013
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William H: Pilot Road 3 tires will last lot longer but the Dunlop Q3 will be lot better for aggressive riding. Nov 1, 2013
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A shopper asked: This price for two tyres or one only...Thank You (To fit with my Yamaha YZF R1 2010) Oct 1, 2011
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Jase74: I paid $161.00 ,on Revzilla, for the rear tire (Pilot Road 3) for my Suzuki SV1000S, which was a steal, since my local dealer wanted $275.00 plus a $75.00 installation fee. Dec 19, 2011
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Chris K: The price is posted per one tire - you can select which tire size at the drop down menu. Oct 3, 2011
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K12RSGuy: Price is always for one tire. Rear tires always are more expensive than the front. Oct 5, 2011
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A shopper asked: What is the difference between the 190/55 B75W and the 190/55 75W? What I'm not finding information on the "B" prefix. Looking for a tire for my Concours14. Oct 22, 2013
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Streven M: The B prefix tires have a slightly different compound that is for heavier bikes; like your Concours. It will wear better and last longer than the non-B tires. It is slightly less grippy, but unless you take it to the track you're not going to notice... and if your going to the track you should really be buying Pilot Powers not Pilot Roads. But if you ever ride in the rain you will wish for the Pilot Roads. Oct 22, 2013
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William H: B prefix is for heavy loads like two up riding and gear. Nov 1, 2013
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Simon M: B for heavily loaded riding. Good for touring etc. Nov 24, 2013
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A shopper asked: I ride a Honda ST1300. Does this bike require a "B" rated tire? Oct 18, 2011
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DariusCD: The Angel ST has the highest weight rating already. The B Spec is a little extra peace of mind for those who want it just because, or a heavier bike, or riding two up. It just has a bit more support on the side wall which translates to more uniform cornering and also should you have a fast blow out or loss of pressure your tire won't ride so flat. Dec 26, 2011
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Sprint3: The B model should pay for itself in extra milage - especially if you replace tires as sets. I'm fed up of throwing away fromt tires that are only half worn, May 20, 2013
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Stevan P: It does not require a B rated tire but it is suggested if you carry a passenger or have heavy loads. Nov 1, 2011
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A shopper asked: I used to use the PR2 'B Model' on my K1200GT. Now, with my K1600GT I have the Metzeler Z8 OEM tire, but would like to switch to the Pilot Road 3 (190/55-17). Unfortunately, it appears as if there is no 'B Model' (heavier Touring bikes) in this tire? Can you confirm or set me straight?! :) Jun 23, 2011
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Eric1956: Michelin has a Pilot Road 3 Trail tire. Same look, tougher compound for heavier, touring, two up, riding. Feb 25, 2013
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Stevan P: Currently Michelin does not offer a 'B' model in the Pilot Road 3 in a 190. Jul 14, 2011
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A shopper asked: Additionally, all motorcycle tires are normally marked with three or four digit code on their sidewalls, which represent the date of manufacture (the first two digits are the week of the year, the last digit is the year of the decade it was manufacturered in). Can you post that too? Oct 4, 2011
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philrt1200: I ride a R1200RT. I and my wife take many trips with full luggage. The Tires work well and have showen little ware. They always inspire confidence. Jul 24, 2012
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Chris K: Check the link below to find the rating for your tire size:

http://www.michelinmotorcycle.com/index.cfm?event=pilotroad3
Oct 6, 2011
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A shopper asked: Where do you order the front tire? May 31, 2011
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Chris K: The drop down box will show both front and rear tire sizes on this product page. Jun 8, 2011
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K12RSGuy: Find your size on the pull down menu for tire choices. Aug 2, 2011
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Steve S asked: Hello, I have a 2007 Suzuki V-Strom 650. Stock rear tire is 150/70-17. Will a 160/60-17 size tire be ok to use on my bike? I believe it is a bit wider, which is better, right? Jan 12, 2014
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Steven B: No, wider is not better. It could mess with the handling and make it worse. Stock size tire is always best. Jan 16, 2014
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Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
Rear / 190/55ZR17 B 75W 899149 00955 Available: Expect 3-4 business days processing time prior to shipment
Rear / 190/55ZR17 75W 754496 62287/N62287 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Rear / 150/70ZR17 69W 754497 33091/N33091 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Rear / 160/60ZR17 69W 754498 36867/N36867 Available: Expect 1-2 business days processing time prior to shipment
Rear / 170/60ZR17 72W 754499 48132/N48132 Out of Stock
Rear / 180/55ZR17 73W 754500 35581/N35581 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Rear / 190/50ZR17 73W 754501 46235/N46235 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Rear / 160/60ZR18 70W 754502 34171/N34171 Available: Expect 1-2 business days processing time prior to shipment
Rear / 180/55ZR17 B 73W 754503 16808/N16808 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours