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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-22-2019, 12:06 AM Thread Starter
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Anyone running the Bridgestone T31's or info on tires more suited to Sports/Touring biased more to sports than touring (not bothered about off road)

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I've seen some good reports on Mitas tires.

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I've seen some good reports on Mitas tires.
Thanks, these look more adventure rather that street sports, I tend to ride my GS like a sports bike (silly me, but my last bike was a S1000R) can't break the habit.

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Lol...I understand that. This is the first bike I've had since 1983 that wasn't specifically for getting some place fast...😎

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the oem tires are very good. the only way to justify changing them is if the old ones are out of shape.

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