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Thread: Michelin Road 5 end of life review

  1. #61
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    Yeah bud ,thats what I got (about 13 thou ) happy with that and certainly better than shagging sport rubber every 4000 !!!!!!!!!

    (and thats on the sofa/settee gsx14 )...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moise View Post

    I did a ride around Coro with a group over the weekend. Others were talking about sliding in the dry on Saturday (it was hot in the afternoon!) and the wet on Sunday. Absolutely no dramas on the Road 5's, just one slow drift from the rear in the wet on the shiny stuff near Thames
    Were you parked up in front of the Pepper Tree restaurant? I drove past in the MG and there were a dozen or so bikes, including a Blackbird in Repsol livery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackbird View Post
    Were you parked up in front of the Pepper Tree restaurant? I drove past in the MG and there were a dozen or so bikes, including a Blackbird in Repsol livery.
    Yes, that was us! Quite a variety of bikes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roogazza View Post
    Yeah bud ,thats what I got (about 13 thou ) happy with that and certainly better than shagging sport rubber every 4000 !!!!!!!!!

    (and thats on the sofa/settee gsx14 )...
    The first set lasted 14,000, which included a trip around the South Island. It's great not replacing tyres so often.

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