Triumph 1050 Sprint ST Tyres
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The following tyres have been reviewed on the Triumph 1050 Sprint ST
Triumph 1050 Sprint ST Tyre Review Highlights
Writing about the Avon Storm 2 Ultra
Driving on a combination of roads
for 200 average
Got the storms on my triumph sprint st 1050 and my old vfr 750 in my mind these are the best sports touring tyre great grip in wet and dry feel confident with them on both bikes .The front tyre on the on vfr has done 10,000 miles back did 8,000 miles great mileage on the sprint both did 7,500 miles which is good just got some more for my vfr shop around you will get a pair for £160 value for money .
Writing about the Avon Spirit ST
Driving on mostly country roads
for 0 spirited
Having last had Avon Tyres back in the 70's & 80's I have to admit I never considered them, after about after a 10 year break for from riding [bad back]. Then in the 90's got back on a bike and only used Bridgestone etc. So when the Tiger 1050SE was due a set of tyres I started looking about as I wasn't happy the Bridgestone performance in all conditions. So hit the internet and found the Avon Spirit ST's and the good reviews, so I decided to go for them. After I had scrubbed them in I start to really try them out. Well, I could not believe how good dam good they are. Positive feel [wet & dry] the bike handles like a cruse missile. The ride is so much smoother, even the wife noticed from the pillion. I've only done about 500miles on them but will buy again...I'm a weekend motorcycle instructor, I go on blasts with my mates and tour Europe [well when we can start doing it again, thanks China...] Big thanks Avon, these tyres are fantastic and made in the UK, made an old man happy... ;) Well done Avon...
Writing about the Michelin Pilot Road 2
Driving on mostly town
for 4000 spirited
Tyres are confidence inspiring. riding a 1050 Sprint st.
Wear is not particularly good but then I've never put racing tyres on
I think I underinflated them at just a bit above a car 32psi...say 36psi.
I've since checked and they are meant to be 42psi,(like hitchhikers guide 42) I wount forget that again.
All good on the stars but wtf is "Progressiveness" ? I figure its - how well the bike moves forwards, but isn't that just a function of grip of the tyre and the bike's power. If its anything to do with how new the design seems, then I'm lost on that one.