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We carry Pirelli street bike motorcycle tires which offer exceptional performance and long life in various types of tread patterns to cover your street bike riding needs.
Chris in New South Wales
Originally had dunlop q2's on the gixxer and wasn't overly happy swapped to the pirelli diablo corsa's and makes a huge difference went from having no confidence to reach the edge of the tyre to the edge of the tyre in no time great tyre more then happy with themRead All Reviews
NATHAN in AZ
I love the Pirelli MT66. I've got them on both front and rear and they are awesome. My confidence and speed in corners has greatly improved. I've only had them for a couple weeks but the difference over the Dunlop's I had before is amazing.Read All Reviews
alan in SA
For such a large tyre this leans real well without producing noticeable understeer (running wide). Mileage was OK at 7500km but I was surprised to see the matching front (OEM) tyre wore faster.... These cost a small fortune here in Australia so I was very thankful to find Jake Wilson. Ordered two sets and I'm ready to hit the road big time this summer. Thankyou JW.Read All Reviews
alan in SA
As the title suggests, this tyre gives my Diavel all the grip she needs up front. Original equipment and I've already bought a second set plus one set for spare. Mileage was around 7500km and suprisingly, although I replaced the rear at the same time it was in slightly better condition. I bought two sets from Jake Wilson and the price and delivery were second to none.Read All Reviews
Tyson in CA
I ride a 730+ pound motorcycle to the limit. I have no chicken strips and have thoroughly ground down pegs - even when hanging off. These tires are the best tires out right now for the Sport Touring segment. I would wager they are the best street tires out there for a "do all" type of tire. I've previously ran Michelin Pilot Road 3 and Bridgestone BT023GTs. I switched over to the Bridgestones because they had better ultimate grips levels and inspired more confidence in the twisties. I also got a warm and fussy feeling since they are OEM spec tires and they carry the "GT" rated tire for my odd ball 170/60/17 rear tire size. The Michelins had better tread life but they tended to slip a little out of corners. They had more flex than I cared for and you could feel them moving around on you. I, personally, don't prefer that feeling! I would average about 3000-3500 miles out of a rear BT023GT and on the one set of PR3s I ran I got a bit over 6500 miles. So far, these ANGEL GT tires have proven themselves to be more surefooted than the two models mentioned. I haven't had them in the rain but I can say they are VERY sticky when warmed up. So far, they are wearing like steel with over 3,000 miles on them. They aren't cupping and exhibiting weird wear like the others did and they seem to be about 50 percent worn on the sides, which I normally wear out first. I recently put a pair on my 2010 Kawasaki Z1000. I'll be sure to post a review for those once I put a sufficient number of miles on...Read All Reviews