I'm not dissing the Road 5's as they are great for what they are but your comment is nebulous.I have 5k miles into Michelin Road 5 and works well in rain and cold (30-34 degrees), love‘me
I don’t track the Multi but ride aggressively in the twisty and they pitch easier and more confident builder than the Pirelli.
I have both the Angel GT's (Multistrada) and the Rosso III's (Monster 1200R) in my garage right now. I'm already at the edge of the Angels and haven't leaned the bike that much. The Rosso's have much more lean angle (I'm not at the edge yet) and quite a bit lighter as it has less rubber. This latter is a big part of the durability trade-off. If you're using your Multi as a sportbike and going to the track even just occasionally, I would go for the Rosso's.I am considering a set of the Angel GT2...has anyone tried those out? Is the amount of lean angle improved a bit?
I only ride street and an occasional track day. I spend a fair amount of time riding twisty roads in the mountains and the stock tires don't provide me with enough lean angle - although the grip has been fine.
I was hoping for a bit of durability ie...the Angel GT...but if not I would likely choose the Rosso 3 which I am very familiar with...
I appreciate any input, thanks
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