Ron (Lewisburg )
This is my third Angel GT that I have installed on my KTM 1290 Super Duke R. 5140 miles on the last one. Might not seem like a lot of miles to a lot of your customers, but it a lot for a 1290. Wear is very even both front and rear. More costly than a Dunlop Q3 but the better mileage makes up for the price difference.
mike (San Antonio )
I put a set of these on my ST 1100, These tires handle great dry and wet, ( I always slow down a little when its wet or raining ) the cornering & feed back are great. I got over 13 K on the frt & over 14 K on the rear tire. No joke for real. I put a set on my 919 also and it being a lighter bike responds very well with theses tire from side wall to side wall. No chicken strips on either bike. I have put another one on the frt and have a new one ordered for the rear whenever I need it.
Dave (Keyser )
Trying my 1st set of the Pirellis. Was running Pilot Road 4 GT's. Love the Pilots but wanted to try the Angels. I only have abut 1500miles on them so can't speak on the life. Got about 5300miles out of the rear Pilot. Cornering is basically the same wet or dry. If the mileage is same or better I may have a new tire. Running on a Dyna/touring with Gsxr1000 wheels and suspension.
Jody (Fort Worth )
I replaced a set of Pilot Road Trail 3's with these on a VSTROM 1000. The PR3's handled well, but were hard with approximately 8600 miles on them. They would slide a little, but were very predictable. These Avon Storm 3D X-M's have average warm, dry grip. They are unpredictable at lower temperatures (below 65*F). They are absolutely scary and unpredictable in the wet. They will break traction while riding in a straight line under moderate acceleration from 4000 rpm in 4th thru 6th gear. They do seem to wear well with little wear showing when I removed them at just under 2600 miles. I went back to PR4 Trails.
John (Reedsport )
This will be the third Lasertec tire I have bought, total miles on three is 42,000 in twenty years. Never a slip or deviation, always ready to go and no flats. Thank you German engineering at Metzeler and M.S.S for the Sweet Deal too!
Norm (Bluffton )
I have these tires on a Bonneville T100. I've gotten 9,000 miles from the rear and will replace it within the next 500 miles. This is a 500 pound bike and I only one up ride but I do take trips with camping and other gear. I'm very pleased with the tire and got 9000 miles out of the original Metzler too. The front still has plenty of tread and will probably go 11-12,000 miles.