Michelin Power RS i think... or Road 5 if you were to ride in the rain a lot, which Im not planning to
Why are you not putting another stock tire on? That is what will help determine a better replacement.I've heard do not put 2 different types of tires. My front tire still has plenty of life left. I'm not going to replace the rear with another stock tire. What are you guys going to do when you get to this point?
:signlol: The internet says a lot of things! :grin:I'm right at 4000 miles. I live in South Louisiana so all straights no twistys but this one road in the swamps. When I do get a curve I do try pushing it to the limit. I have a horrible flat spot on rear tire but front tire is still pretty much new. I haven't ridden in the rain yet I just take my car to work if there's bad weather. Not going to go with a stock tire because that flat spot came way too early. 68mustang405 you nailed it. So it's perfectly fine to mix brands? The internet mostly says the front and rear play a part with each other that they need to match or it can cause you to crash.