Tire Review- Michelin Pilot Power 2CT

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Tire Review- Michelin Pilot Power 2CT

Postby Hutch » January 28th, 2016, 3:46 pm

I rode today and about half way through the ride it started to rain so I thought I'd post up a review of my fairly new, "Michelin Pilot Power 2CT's".

So I went for a ride today and had a great time. I met some people, had some good bakery stuff in Tomales at the Bakery, drank some coffee and so on.

Deer, damp spots, questionably intelligent drivers, rain, coffee and bakery goods! Not a bad day at all. Plus, met a dude from France who rides motorcycles and a few other real nice people.

Anyway, thought I'd share a "Rain Review" on my fairly new Michelin Pilot Power 2CT's. It rained pretty good on me and they handled well. Now I didn't ride hard on them but I rode at the speed limit on straits and through curves and they seemed solid and grounded. And when coming to stop's also no problem with them.
That's it, I liked them. :good:
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Re: Tire Review- Michelin Pilot Power 2CT

Postby Toneman » January 29th, 2016, 9:00 am

I've always dug the Pilot Power. According to Unobtanium, they're one of the lighter tires around which makes for less rotational mass, which makes for.........a desirable condition of some sort!! LOL!
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Re: Tire Review- Michelin Pilot Power 2CT

Postby Hutch » February 2nd, 2016, 1:14 am

Toneman wrote:I've always dug the Pilot Power. According to Unobtanium, they're one of the lighter tires around which makes for less rotational mass, which makes for.........a desirable condition of some sort!! LOL!

Ya! It makes for a lighter ride. Ya! :good:
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Re: Tire Review- Michelin Pilot Power 2CT

Postby Jim » February 8th, 2016, 1:20 pm

I miss riding. Both bikes need tires :cursin:
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