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Michelin Pilot Road 4 GT Rear Tire

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Michelin Pilot Road 4 GT Rear Tire

Larger touring motorcycles are far from forgotten at Michelin and the new Pilot Road 4 GT Rear Tire is the one that proves this beyond a doubt. Based closely on the regular Pilot Road 4, the GT beefs up its sidewall stiffness to handle the additional weight and forces a full size high performance touring bike dishes out. And though mileage is the main selling point, the Pilot Road 4 GT and its 2AT dual rubber compound have been designed to let the heavyweight bikes corner and brake in the wet and dry better than ever before. For the rider who likes to tour, Michelin has created one impressive set of tires.
  • Stiffer casing than standard Road 4, with a patented new technology for motorcycle tires that delivers the stability you need for heavier GT-class bikes while riding solo, two-up or with luggage, and the comfort you desire.
  • Michelin’s patented new 2AT Dual Angle Technology uniquely combines elements of both bias and radial tire designs during the manufacturing process in order to deliver the best of both worlds: the extra load carrying capacity of bias and the riding pleasure of a radial
  • 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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The pilot Road series of tires by Michelin is a tremendous tire and the Pilot Road 4 GT is just the next step in excellence in motorcycle tires

Thomas Brown - November 28, 2016

(JACKSONVILLE, FL)

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Michelin Pilot Road 4 GT Rear Tire

Replaced the original Angel GT's on my Ducati Multistrada GT with the PR4's. Really like the ride and feel. Will stick with these on the next set.

Carmen C - November 7, 2016

(Raleigh, NC)

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Pilot Road 4

I have run these tires on my Suzuki V-Strom 1000, my daughter's Sv1000S, and my wife's Ninja 650 for several years starting with the PR2, PR3, and finally the PR4s. I just went on an 1800 mile ride thru Norcal and up to the north Oregon Coast. I rode in lots of rain and these tires never slipped once. The bike leans effortlessly into the corners and sticks very well on dry tarmac too. They last very well on the front and okay on the rear (I'm a big guy and like to use that twisty thing on the right handlebar a lot).

Dan - October 17, 2016

(Sacramento, CA)

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Pilot Road 4 GT

Traded up from PR 3 to the 4 GT on my 03 R1200RT Wife and I travel with a Unigo trailer and only 1500 miles into it but seems to be a great tire. Started the trip in a downpour for 150 miles and not a slip!

Bud - October 11, 2016

(Tillamook, OR)

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***Wrong Tire - Poor Service

They sent me the wrong tire ( instead of the Rear Tire, they sent the smaller Front tire and of the Roar 3, not 4 I'd ordered). Then were not willing to sufficiently assist me with the return or compensation for 'their' mistake. Won't do business with them ever again.

Miller - October 11, 2016

(Leesburg, FL)

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Best Handling Bar None

I just replaced my old PR4GT with a new one. I ride a 2004 Honda ST1300A, two up 70% of the time (I weigh 208lbs, the Mrs weighs 130lbs). I avoid highways as much as possible. The back roads and country lanes here are patched pavement and chipseal. I ride fairly aggressively, even two up ie: not afraid to lean it over at speed and occasionally scraping pegs. 95% of my riding is on dry pavement. The turn-in, grip and stability in tight turns is astounding. For this reason alone, I will never use another tire again. I have ridden in a moderate downpour at highway speeds up to 130 km/h (80 mph) and lane changes and curves were just like on dry pavement. The downside: the center tread was down to nothing and the side treads severely scalloped at 8,300 km (about 5,000 miles), so I replaced the tire with a new PR4GT :). By the way, the severe scalloping did not affect handling at all. The scalloped tire was just noisier in the turns when compared to a new one.

Mike - September 20, 2016

(Moncton, NB)

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Michelin Pilot GT Tires

Awesome feeling tire (nothing like new tires after 11,000 miles, eh?). However - ordered this tire (and the matching front) on 8/25/16; didn't actually RECEIVE ITEMS until 9/9/16 - that's WAAAAYYYYY TOOOO LONG for shipping. Usually better service. Oh yeah, GREAT TIRES for my '07 Yamaha FJR. Already put 200 miles on them to "break-in!"

Ralph - September 12, 2016

(Yonkers, NY)

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Good

I have 200 miles on the rear tire and so far it feels great.

Harold - August 18, 2016

(Huntsburg, OH)

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Best Tire on mkt. for Touring

4th set of Pilot rd. Tires first two sets pilot rd. 3 last two sets Pilot Rd. 4 80 mph in driving rain like riding on a rail. Other brands way behind on handling wet and dry and durability. Run Michelins on all 3 of my bikes,these include 2008 Yamaha Fjr with 58,000 miles, make many trips 2500 to 5000 miles and never worry about performance and handling with these. Motorcycle Superstore price and Serice top notch great combo for serious riders. Andy 

Andy - June 1, 2016

(New Lenox, IL)

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Fantastic on R1200RT

I didn't think you could improve the ride much on this bike, but these tires made a noticeable difference - they are great. I'm on my third rear 10k+ miles easily), second front and would have a hard time being talked into anything else without proof.

David - December 16, 2015

(Solana Beach, CA)

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GREAT!

This is a great set of tires. I am at 10K on them now, can probably push another 1.5 - 2 leaving some tread on them. These tires have exceeded my expectations in every situation. Not once did these tires slip. Dry or Wet, these tires on a BMW GLT is the PREFECT combination. I have another round coming up and you can guarantee that these are the tires going on my bike. Great job Michelin!

Bobby - November 11, 2015

(San Diego, CA)

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Going back to Dunlaps and Bridgestones

I bought this tire due to the reviews on it. I am an aggressive rider and have had several instances that while cornering this tire breaks loose. I also came back from The Snake with a little pieces of the tire all over my swing arm.

Dodd - November 9, 2015

(Manchester, IA)

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Pilot Road 4 GT

Good tire so far, good traction in rain conditions, seems to wear fine so far, handles good on St1300.

Richard - October 22, 2015

(El Paso, TX)

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Perfect for FJR

Had the dealer change from stock to PR4GT at purchase. Ran it bare in just under 7,000 miles of all conditions. Just put a second one on. Front has about another 1,500 miles left. Best all around sport touring tire.

Karl - October 19, 2015

(El Dorado Hills , CA)

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Awesome tire

I was riding on Dunlop Qualifiers and switched to the Road 4 GT and loving this tire. My suspension is worn out and I still feel a major difference when riding. Now suspension is being replaced and can't wait for the first long distance trip!

Dayven - October 2, 2015

(Marietta, GA)
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