Mcycleguy45’s Story

Tire Rating: 4 Stars 4 Stars
Tires: MICHELIN® Pilot® Road 4
Motorcycle: Yamaha FJ 09
Annual Mileage: 3,000 – 5,000
Location: British Columbia

I wore out 2 sets of original spec Dunlops on my FJ in very short order. Based on recommendations from my online friends, I bought a set of Pilot Road 4’s. I did notice that despite being the same size, the rear PR 4 was a bit narrower than the Dunlop. Despite this, I am VERY happy with my purchase. Very little break in time, excellent grip wet or dry, and very forgiving. They give a little warning when getting to the limit. If the mileage ends up being as good as others say, I will be a very happy customer! This is my first set of Michelin MC tires. Likely wont be the last. I gave them a 4 star review, may upgrade that to a five depending on just how long they last.

Blackend13’s Story

Tire Rating: 4 Stars 4 Stars
Tires: MICHELIN® Road 5
Motorcycle: KTM 690 Duke
Annual Mileage: 5,000-10,000
Location: McConnelsville, Ohio

Got the Michelin Road 5 rear tire, already have the Pilot Road 4 on the front still. And all I’ve got say is I’ve got about 1,000 miles on it this year and I am loving every bit. Cold, hot, raining weather it performs very well, to the fact of I no longer have any chicken strips on either side of the tire. Again great tire would recommend to anyone. I am only giving 4 stars as of now, since I dont know the mileage I can squeeze out of them yet.

GSA-Joe’s Story

Tire Rating: 4 Stars 4 Stars
Tires: MICHELIN® Pilot® Road 4
Motorcycle: 2015 BMW R1200GS Adventure
Annual Mileage: 10,000+
Location: Tampa, FL

I have had these Pilot Road 4 Trail tires on my GS for the past 6k miles. I ride my bike daily to work, weekend travels, and long distance trips. Recently I took a trip up north to West Virginia, Ohio, Pennslyvania, Virginia, North Carolina, and Georgia. The Road 4 Trails handled well for the trip in the rain and typical hot day road conditions. I would recommend this tire for any GS rider or adventure touring rider. I normally would run a Anakee III tire which gets 12k for being able to off-road it as well which is what I would be jumping back to on my GSA as it was stock tires.

Big Pappa’s Story

Tire Rating: 4 Stars 4 Stars
Tires: MICHELIN® Commander® II
Motorcycle: 2008 Harley-Davidson Electra Glide
Annual Mileage: 5,000 – 10,000
Location: Tama, Iowa

I would recommend the Commander 2 to anyone with a touring bike. Since changing to the Commander 2 I average 14000 mile on a rear tire. This is riding 2up and sometimes pulling a trailer. Excellent tire.

Raja777m’s Story

Tire Rating: 4 Stars 5 Stars
Tires: MICHELIN® Pilot® Road 4
Motorcycle: 2008 Yamaha FZ6
Annual Mileage: 5,000 – 10,000
Location: Charlotte, North Carolina

I had the PR4-rear (installed) at 5,200 and now, it is 14,800 and I reached the wear bar.
 City, mountain roads, highway miles.
 No stunts, no burn outs, no wheelies or sudden brakes.
 I’m satisfied with the overall performance, but only 9k miles, with good maintenance, I’m a little bit sad on that part? The center came to bar pretty quickly and the sides have lots of tread. That uneven wear is unacceptable, IMHO.
 I don’t knee drag, but lean good enough, so, hope there is some resolution for this issue. Purchased May22nd 2015 from RevZilla.
 Air pressure, checked every other week, with automated air pressure pump, and PSI recommended by Yamaha manual/sticker on swing-arm, according to my weight.