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Date Joined Mar 2003
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| Posted 7/25/2011 3:57 PM (GMT -7) |
|Hey, I can help you out with saving moneys and time: Find a TV for the Moto GP - or - subscribe for MotoGP that weekend. |
Thus, you will save lots of money (min$500.00), and save time to explore the back roads of the Deal's Gap, the Snake, Devil's Triangle, etc.
This is what MotorCyclist concluded:
"We'll be able to tell you more about how well the Angels stick to dry pavement and how long they last once we spoon a set onto a long-term testbike. For the moment, it's safe to say they're a giant step ahead of the old Diablo Stradas for about the same price. If fast, aggressive track days are a big slice of your particular pie, there are probably better choices at the local purveyor of fine motorcycling rubber. If you expect one set of tires to handle just about anything else, put Pirelli's Angels on your short-list."
Think Ahead! Travel Light & Leave Your Fears Behind You!
Normal People Scare me! Travel Light and Leave Your Fears Behind You!
Post Edited (RedDog) : 7/26/2011 12:23:55 AM GMT
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merely a man equipped with a bag a seedless grapes
Date Joined Nov 2010
Total Posts : 1947
| Posted 7/25/2011 7:36 PM (GMT -7) |
|Yeah I know rd but Colin and Owen see the motogp race as dudes only weekend in the fastest place on earth, with the fastest bikes on earth, with thier heros riding them. So,yeah no dice on skipping that. My buddy wants to bring his bike so hes going to drive down with dudes and meet me there. We have a good time,seeing the dudes faces in shock at the speed is awesome.|
On the tires Im going to try them for that trip,worst that could happen is I dont like them and I can change them over winter. Tires I have are just to the point where they are a touch flat through the center,its flat here bro,so in the interest of a nice transition from upright to lean,fresh rubber hoops.
I have a good amount of time,Im just blitzing I 75 down to Cincinnati and once in Kentucky,its alot of 2 lane. Im only staying in chattanoga one night. I have family all over N.C.,S.C.,TN&GA. So once I get to the mountians my options become entertaining. I can make indy in one day from chattanoga if I had too. Looking forward to it.
the best bike out.... is the one your on...
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track hack? 2012 tuono rsv4 aprc? who knows,cant decide....
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Date Joined Sep 2007
Total Posts : 1408
| Posted 7/26/2011 7:04 PM (GMT -7) |
|One day when I get a standard or ST type bike (or decide to do more touring type riding on the current bike at that time) I'll look into sport touring tires. Honestly I can my current tires (great bang for the buck) - Dunlop Q2 - for <$200/set, which is an absolute steal.|
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