I have the S22, they are amazing. No idea about wet performance. Might try the M7RR next because I've read good things but the mileage is supposedly bad
To me it all depends on how you ride your bike, do you push it ?do you lean to knee scratching in curves ? Do you ride in cold weather?Interesting thoughts here on 'the best' tires for the 790 Duke. My back tire (original Maxxis) is almost worn and I think I will go for the S22's soon. But... my front tire (also still the original Maxxis of course) is only half way in mileage and as I'm Dutch - the economical people 💶 - I intend to only change the back tire en keep the original front tire on. If the wear ratio (2:1) remains the same, the back tire needs to be changed again when the current front tire is at it's end.
Unless you all say it's worth the extra costs to have the same type of tire on both wheels from the beginning and change the front right as well...?
Pat unless a dealer has old stock, there is no more RS - Michelin basically split the RS into 2 new tires - a GP, 50/50 track-street tire, and a new Power 5 I believe - 90 street/10 track if I recall what they claim on their website.As for myself I’m changing both for Power RS and then if i keep going with the same model I’ll change one at a time.
You are right, it seem like those are the only one I will ever have ! Last time i look it was still on the website a few months ago. I’ve order them from Fortnine 3 weeks ago.Pat unless a dealer has old stock, there is no more RS - Michelin basically split the RS into 2 new tires - a GP, 50/50 track-street tire, and a new Power 5 I believe - 90 street/10 track if I recall what they claim on their website.
Wow... 2500 km is not much! Just roads or also trackdays?anyone with an 890r who hawe tried the s22 in the front? the cup 2 rear was nice but lasted for all of 2500km.. Michelin cup 2 in front i think lack a bit of feel.. hawe the s22 on the rear and cup 2 in the front atm