The Pirelli Angel GT is the newest addition to the Italian tire manufactures lineup. Boasting 15 percent more mileage than the Pirelli Angel ST without sacrificing performance. Pirelli has labeled this as “Performance Mileage." The primary design was to provide regular wear and excellent water drainage guaranteed by both the front tires and by the new groove design on the rear. Pirelli is using a dual blend compound that allows for high mileage in the center with a higher percentage of silica on the sides offering maximum performance, even in wet conditions.
Features -Ideal for sport riders looking for increased mileage without sacrificing grip and traction -Extended Mileage Sport (EMS) tires provide best-in-class for mileage and grip -Rear tires feature new Bi-compound formula improves cornering traction -"A Spec" rear tires feature a reinforced, 2-ply carcass -Improved wet grip -Tubeless -(W)-rated for speeds of 168+ mph.
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(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
Work very well on the BMW R1200RT
By Ken W
from So Cal
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Comments about Pirelli Angel GT Motorcycle Tire:
I gave these motorcycle tires 4/5 stars only because I have not been able to gauge how long they will last. However if they last as long as expected, I will be back to update the review.Nice solid feel in the corners, progressive turn-in with no surprises, so far no uneven wear issues. Much better than the stock Bridgestone tires that came on the BMW.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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By 08 Concoursrider
from Springfield Oregon
I have a 2008 Concours ZG1400B(bought new)this is the first set of new tires on this bike and w-h-a-t aaah difference. I don't know if it's like this for anyone else but everytime I change tires from what the manufacture puts on it's been amazing for me. The last bike I had was a new FJ1200 1990 model and I put on 84,800 miles on it before I sold it, so I've been through a few sets of tires and brands. I like the Pirelli brand the most and I've tried... 9 different brands in the course of two, now three street bikes (my first street bike was a 1984 Honda Shadow 500, sold at the 47,600 mile mark) Now I have just over 2,000 miles on this set and each time I go into a corner on the next ride it's like I've got new tires on. I hope they hold that way for the next 4 to 6 thousand miles. One can hope right? I keep the tire pressure up to just under 2 psi of the max of what the tire declares and no cupping, no flattening, no side wall cracks. Just good indication of tire wear all over the tread. Now I don't dive into the corners like I used too.. but when I'm feeling my oats and do it on ocassions that suit my safety requirements these tires inspire confidence galore. I'll up date when they give up the ghost for a milage total, until then, keep the rubber side down.
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Just another ride
Very nice tires!
from Front Royal, VA
Installed on a 2011 Yamaha FZ8. HUGE difference in both feel, and performance from the stock Bridgestone Battleax. Both tires balanced well, with minimum wheel weights. I put 1500 miles on them so far and still look brand new. Hope to get 8000 miles, but who knows. I live in Shenandoah Valley VA, so most of my riding is in twisty, hilly roads. I would certainly buy these tires again. Bike Bandit delivery was super fast also.
Angel or Devil
from Lexington, KY
Got about 6000 miles on the BMW R1100RT.
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