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The new tyre for new adventures
The new high tech compound increases the
longevity of the tyre by 10%*.
+ 15 % more grip than MICHELIN Road 5 GT** in wet conditions thanks to 100 % Silica Technology and a brand new tread pattern.
The MICHELIN Road 6 GT benefits from 2 decades
of constant innovation and the highest levels of
Unverified review: Review submitted by a User where the consumption experience (purchase or use of the Product) has not been verified by Michelin or its Service Provider.
My FJR 1300 is really hard on front tires. The michelins handle the best and last the longest of all the tires I have tried. I've used the fives and the six GTs and found them both to be excellent in all regards.
Fifth set of Michelins on my road bike. Fantastic in all conditions. My wife rides pillion on long trips and we take lots of luggage. Best mileage ever - nearly 15000km.
Eight years ago I returned to motorcycling when I bought a BMWR1200rt, it was fitted with Metzler Tourance which were ok as I didn't know any better. When checking these I noticed something shiny which were the steel cords coming through, these tyres had only done 8,000 k's. A club member recommended Pilot road 4GTs which were duly fitted, I wore out 4 sets of these averaging mid teen k's. Next was 4 sets of Road 5GT's. I sold that bike with new Road 6GT's and updated my bike to a BMWR1250RT which came fitted with Perrelli Angel GT's, While these were ok they surprised me on one occasion too many. I now have a new pair of Road 6's and couldn't be happier
As a proud owner of a sweet handling ST1300 Honda,replacing my Pilot Road 5 GTs with the PR6s was a natural progression.Such good grip and smoothness are valued traits in my book. Plus decent tyre life tops the whole setup.
* In-house comparisons of the MICHELIN Road 6 and MICHELIN Road 5 ranges conducted at Fontange track :
** Comparison of the MICHELIN Road 6 and MICHELIN Road 5 ranges, according to an independent test on open-road made by DEKRA Narbonne:
28/09/2020 to 12/11/2020, dimensions of the tyres: 120/70 ZR 17 et 160/60 ZR 17, on a Suzuki Gladius 650.
*** Recommended by 91% of MICHELIN Road 5 users. Verified Reviews, December 2020 - June 2021