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Pilot Road 4 Rear Tire

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Michelin Pilot Road 4 Rear Tire

Aimed directly at the sport touring rider, the Michelin Pilot Road 4 Rear Tire looks to build upon the legacy of the Pilot Road 3 and create something that can be ridden hard and through every kind of weather condition. A dual compound tire, Michelin has worked hard to improve grip in the wet and drastically cut down on stopping distance. And if that isn’t enough, Michelin claims a 20% increase in mileage compared to the Pilot Road 3.
  • Superior wet-weather performance: Stops 17% shorter than the leading sport-touring tire competitors on wet pavement and 24% shorter on slippery wet surfaces**
  • Last longer: Up to 20% longer tread life than Michelin Pilot Road 3 tires****
  • Dependable grip, even in challenging conditions: 2 Compound Technology with all-new silica-charged rubber compounds for excellent grip from 23 degrees F to 113 degrees F. New XST+ siping and enhanced tread patterns for optimum grip at all lean angles
**Note: Based on third-party commissioned tests conducted in 2013 by Dekra Test Center in Ladoux, France for braking on wet and wet slippery surfaces; tires included the Michelin Pilot Road 4, Dunlop Sportmax Roadsmart II, Metzeler Roadtec Z8 Interact, Pirelli Angel GT and Bridgestone Battlax Sport Touring T30 in dimensions 120/70ZR/17 and 180/55ZR/17. Results may vary depending on motorcycle type and operating conditions.

****Note: Based on 2013 internal wear and wet tests at the Ladoux Technology Center. Results may vary depending on motorcycle type and operating conditions.
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Go with the best, with tires it's important

The greatest cycle tire ever (so far).

Ted - August 24, 2016

(Soquel, CA)

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Happy So Far

Swapped a pair of the PR4's on my Multistrada 1200 a couple weeks ago and have been happy with the performance so far. The first thing I noticed was the improved ride quality over my stock (worn) Scorpion Trail tires. Turn has also improved, and the overall feel/grip is better. I have not ridden in the rain or put on a ton of miles, but I'm happy so far.

Justin - August 18, 2016

(San Francisco, CA)

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Please tell me how

So I don't see how anyone can get more than 7k out of these tires. Really how can anyone get more than that out of a "touring" bike tire. For all you people claiming more than that what are you doing? 25miles an hour. I have been on every GT tire made and 7k is it for a rear tire. Please tell me how because burning through 2 rears a year's sucks.

Chad - July 20, 2016

(maryville, TN)

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So far so good

I only have about 1000 miles on the tires, but so far I love the traction and handling. Cornering seems great as well. Haven't had a lot of wet riding, but from everything I've heard it's excellent as well!

Derek Gallion - June 22, 2016

(Oakdale, MN)

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pilot

I had the three, went 6500 miles on vacation fully loaded two up. Put another 3000 on daily back and forth. Started getting a little light on tread pattern. love the three so I hope the pilot road four will be even better ,so far 1000 miles on it. I ride a 2011 BMW R1200RT.

Gary Barger - June 20, 2016

(Hot Springs National Park, AR)

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No Gripe on Grip

Hands down the best wet traction tire you are going to find! I orig wanted to push them while wet and see just how good they were. It got to a point that I just wasn't comfortable leaning any more in the conditions. I just resigned that the tires won the game of wits. They are far more capable then my riding ability. I got aprox 74XX miles out of the rear. Front still has a lot of meat left, I'm guessing I'll get around 9XXX miles out of it.

Justin - June 10, 2016

(Chicago, IL)

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Fantastic

I've already run through a set of these. They impressed me running in wet and dry on the twisty mountain roads of East Tennessee. Somehow they even shrug off small amounts of gravel on the road. These are on my BMW RT and after 47 years of riding I can lay the bike into the turns. These HOLD.

Pat - June 6, 2016

(Baneberry, TN)

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Wet Ride to the Mountains

I purchased these tires for my Honda NC700X. I use Michelin tires on my scooters and wanted to try them on the Honda. I rode it with these from Florida to Virginia, 1600 miles in 4 days, and they performed very well. Smooth with plenty of grip, wet and dry. I can't say anything about tread life as this is the only mileage so far, but I would be very happy if they lasted as long as the OEM Bridgestones (14,000 miles). And as usual, great service from Motorcycle Superstore.

Bill - June 3, 2016

(Jacksonville, FL)

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Road 4 zx14

For an all around tire, it's great- 10,000 miles a set which is great for a bike with the weight and torque price is only issue but I guess it's worth it, 50,000 miles and 30k with these tires.

Gary - May 10, 2016

(sylacauga, AL)

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Exceptional improvement and all around spectacular tire

I came from a set of Dunlop RoadSmart 2 tires front and rear, replaced both with these Michelin Pilot Road 4's. I was a little worried at first that I wouldn't be able to tell a difference to even bother switching up brands. I've put about 500 miles on them over the last week and am more than happy with the decision to go with what many say is a top tier tire. Wether or not there is a better touring tire. The cornering stability especially at low speed is a dramatic improvement, my bike also feels a lot more sporty and confidence inspiring in the twisties. I can't vouch for wet performance yet as I haven't tried them but I believe thats this tires true calling. I highly recommend these !

Kevin - March 30, 2016

(Fort Payne, AL)

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Blackbird and S1000RR tread life

DOC, Here's my review I just posted at MC SUPERSTORE (they emailed me about the 4's we purchased for the bird)!... "Just put a set of 4's on the bird after 3 sets of 3's got 14,000 out of the last set...OEM Michey Macadam 90x The RR has a GT 4 on the rear after wearing out a Standard PR4 (flatted out center) toast after just 6000 miles. The front standard 4 (has 13000 miles on it) is still on but am in need of rear replacement of the GT4 after just 7000 miles...again flatted out). We ride extremely spirited on 500-5000 mile rides regularly so don't get us confused as highway cruisers...think of 17 around the north shore of superior or 2 up MI's western shore, etc. Now, the PR3's have worn and performed magnificently on a 'bird, a blade, a 929 and even an R1LE. All bikes have PR3's currently so here's the plan... -we'll let you know how the standard 4's last and hold up on the XX. In the meantime, we're spooning a fresh set of standard PR3's on the Beemer and will see if they hold up better with the afterburner vs. the 4's. The OEM was a rockstone BATLX lasted a week...completely worthless after 3000 miles. Ratings thus far: -Blackbird 3 sets of 3's and new 4's with only 2000 miles on them (well they are 3 weeks old). 5.0 stars across the board. -S1000RR PR4/PR4 GT. traction 5.0 tread life 3.0 Other bikes mentioned...PR3's on all. 5 stars across the board!"

Bruce - March 30, 2016

(Rome City, IN)

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None Better!

I had great luck with the PR3, so when the PR4 came out, it was a great pick. I have 9K miles on the rear and even though it seems like time to change it, I still have some meat on the center groove. Great handling, wet or dry traction and unbeatable tread life-you get what you pay for and a whole lot more.

Richard - March 14, 2016

(Birmimgham, AL)

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Great for GSXR-1000

I tried this tire on my Gixxer 1000 for longer tread life. I get 6 to 7 thousand out of the rear which is great for a high HP bike. I have had only 1 small slip with this tire and sand may have been to blame. They warm up well, stick well and are great in the rain. They are very stable in the corners too and grip all the way to the edge. I am on my 2nd rear, I plan to buy again.

Blake - March 10, 2016

(Braham, MN)

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Michelin Pilot Road 4

MPR4 are awesome Tires! So far I put 12,000 miles on this first set. Sticks to the road in fast low turns awesomely. Breaking in heavy rain is fantastic! Love the MPR4!

Music In A Box - January 28, 2016

(Baltimore, MD)

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MPR4

Excellent tire. Especially stable in the corners.

Mike - October 28, 2015

(Helena , MT)
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