Shinko 011 Verge Radial Motorcycle Tire. The sport / touring-designed tread compound provides excellent grip for high speed cornering and extended tread life. The rear tire features Zero Degree JLSB (Joint-Less Steel Belted) state-of-the-art technology for added stability and strength, and the front tire is Aramid belted for enhanced high speed performance. Both tires are W speed rated (168 mph) and DOT approved.
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(3 of 5 customers found this review helpful)
a good tire for the money? yes and ok...
By old kaw driver
from Ione, CA
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Comments about Shinko 011 Verge Radial Motorcycle Tire:
good tire for the money, works good on dry pavement but not wet pavement. if you mostly ride in good, read dry conditions this is a good handling tire not the stickiest I have ever used but it works.My rule for tires is put the sport/sticky tire on the front for the best ride, if there is any slipping let the back tire get loose first
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
Best bang for the buck
By Life is Good
from Naples, FL
You can't beat the looks and/or performance of these tires for what you pay. Unless you are a professional rider who can tell the difference between these and OEM (if there is any) save yourself some $ and buy a pair of Shinko's.
Great Tire Regardless of Price
from San Marcos, Tx
Bikebandit.com: [...] price was right, [...]Shinko Verge Tire: I've got just over 100 miles on the tire. That inlcudes hot dry weather and downpours. The handling was great either way. I felt confident in cornering and braking hard. I ride approx. 500-600 miles a month. I'll be back with a more in depth review.
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
from gulf coast USA
I do mostly touring on my 09 Versys.When in sport mode I can use all my corning clearance with confidence. Dry grip is as good as any other sport touring tire. Wet grip is fair. I've had better tires for wet grip. I currently have 9k miles on this set with some life left. For me the Verge Is the best value.
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