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meatbaws

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meatbaws says:

Squaring off

My rears starting to square off, not overly concerned but I use my bike for a mixture of commuting and runs at the weekend some kind of expected this to happen, doesn't need changed just yet but will shortly, I have a gsr750 which came with battalax bt016's on ...any suggestions of good tyres for the commuting type who likes a run out on the twists at the weekend ....? Also I ride in the rain so any that have the advantage of being good when it's wet....Any help of good/bad experiences would help

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  • Posted 3 years ago (28 April 2012 19:55)

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gingerB

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Posts: 138

gingerB says:

Tyres

Bridgestone BT023's or Mitchlin Pilot 3 if you can afford.  Great both in wet and dry :biggrin:

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frazmataz

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frazmataz says:

Pilot 3s

Jim Allans fitted me a set of pilot 3s 500 miles ago for £212, loving them so far. :biggrin:

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