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Hi there,

My tyres are coming towards end of life - due to age, and not over usage. (5 year old tyres); my bike has almost 5100km's on it, I have added around 1500km in 4 months.

I ride my F3 as a daily (I would ride roughly 90km a week), where I have no intention to track the bike. I have a stance that if I ever track my bike I will possibly start doing these things on the street, which would lead me to speeding on the streets, so I rather curb the desire for tracking altogether, and stay alive.

I ride in both wet and dry; where I am looking for a sensible choice of tyres.

I was recommended by the MV store to get: DIABLO ROSSO™ IV CORSA
F 120/70 ZR 17 M/C
R 180/55 ZR 17 M/C

However as I would not track the bike I believe that these would be overkill, as I would not appreciate these tyres.

I am totally open to suggestions as I am beginning my search.

Darren
 

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Mv Agusta Dragster RR 2019, Mv Agusta Turismo Veloce Lusso 2020
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Hi there,

My tyres are coming towards end of life - due to age, and not over usage. (5 year old tyres); my bike has almost 5100km's on it, I have added around 1500km in 4 months.

I ride my F3 as a daily (I would ride roughly 90km a week), where I have no intention to track the bike. I have a stance that if I ever track my bike I will possibly start doing these things on the street, which would lead me to speeding on the streets, so I rather curb the desire for tracking altogether, and stay alive.

I ride in both wet and dry; where I am looking for a sensible choice of tyres.

I was recommended by the MV store to get: DIABLO ROSSO™ IV CORSA
F 120/70 ZR 17 M/C
R 180/55 ZR 17 M/C

However as I would not track the bike I believe that these would be overkill, as I would not appreciate these tyres.

I am totally open to suggestions as I am beginning my search.

Darren
Hello!!
You'll be more than happy with Pirelli Diablo Rosso IV....Not the Corsa...
I love Pirellis
 

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I have been very pleased with the Michelin Road 5 and the Power 5 on a TV. The latest Michelin iteration is the Road 6 but I have yet to try them out. I can't speak to longevity as I do track the TV once a year and put fresh rubber. The half spent tires never seem to get mounted back up. I'm not sure just how many miles they will be good for. At 2000/2500 miles or so they still look close to fresh.
 
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