previosly i was running the m1's and i liked them they held the road good , i did have the rear slide a couple of times and the front did also but that was the only times it happened to me, unlike the dunlops that was on the bike when i bought it now those tires really sucked i will never buy dunlops. about a month ago the rear tire was gone cord came through so a buddy of mine who owns a small shop put a bt014 on the rear and that tire felt realy good very sticky, i did notice it handled different not bad just different but that is to be expected with mismatched tires on it m1 on the front and bt014 on the rear.
even riding home in the rain with new tires straight down the highway taking it easy it felt tight, after putting about 150 miles on it all i can say is WOW these tires are great , a huge upgrade from the M1's these tires handle great and are sticky, a friend has a set on his bike and said he is getting good milage also, iam hooked i will probly continue to run the m3's from now on. i feel no slide and feel planted to the ground ,and when warren balanced them the front took no weight and very little on the rear.
I have put over a 1000 miles on them and showing no wear yet looks like they will have a good life compared to the others i have run, got cought in a downpoor and cant believe how well they held the road it was unreal i found myself going as if the roads where dry and these tires held great. I found what i will be running from now on.
Well that worries me abit. I'm conserned how all this data is going to be used. Of course many others will argue against the existance of the system itself.
Luckily for some of us, the expance of putting something like that in the states will keep it from happening for quiet some time.
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Full face helmets provide the best protection. And with the right paint scheme, the look sharp too.
However it depends on what kind of bike he's planning to get. If he's getting a sport bike, then the full face will look okay. If he's getting a cruiser, the full face looks a bit out of place...
can anybody identify this bike from this picture? this was not in the United States I believe, idk if that helps.
I'm looking to buy me a bike, and I really like how everything is setup n I would like to see the rest lol. aside from growing up racing Motocross I've only owned an R1...
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