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Michelin Pilot Power Front Tires
You don't have to be world champion to get your hands on Michelin racing tire technology. Pilot Power tires use a rubber mix that was originally developed for MotoGP racing, and a tread pattern that covers less than 12% of the tire's surface. The result is a maximum lean angle of 50.6 degrees on dry pavement and 41.9 degrees in the wet, achieved with a stock sportbike.
- MotoGPderived rubber compound requires minimal warmup time
- The softest rubber mix in its class for remarkable grip, yet maintains tire performance even at advanced stages of wear
- Unprecedented lean angles: 50.6 degrees in the dry, 41.9 degrees in the wet
- Rubber mix remains soft even at lower temperatures providing excellent grip from the start of your ride
- Grooved area that's less than 12% of the tread pattern for phenomenal cornering adhesion
- "These are the best street tires I've ever ridden in my life." Steve Atlas, Roadracing World
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Reviews & Questions
They heat quick, are super sticky, and are very affordable. Will buy again
I use the multi-compound pilot road ones on my sport touring bikes. These pilot power ones are not multi-compound, and are a little stickier. which means they wouldn't last as long with all things the same.
I bought these for a BMW 650CS Scarver.
I see a lot of reviews, many different make/models of tires, talking about tread life, and/or scalloping of the tread. I think that both of those are usually caused by the riders style and usually not caused by the tire. I have been on long tours where I have put 11,000 miles on a set of tires that was ridden gently and smoothly. I have used the same bike, with the same model of tires that I have worn out (to the steel belt showing) in 7,000 miles of hard sport riding in the twisties.
When I am doing a lot of trail braking into a turn, and getting on the throttle hard on the way out, I tend to scallop tires. If I ride more smoothly and less aggressively, I wear the tires more smoothly.
11 months ago