How about the grip? I really like to lean the bike (not rare that I scrape my pegs...)On 2006-12-13 11:18, WANG wrote:
I've enjoyed the Azaro's on the Thrux, and used up several sets of the original Azaro's on my old Katana 600. They ride with a smoothness and steer lightly.
Good to know. Thanks.On 2006-12-13 09:23, FattRat wrote:
But I like the tire life of an Azaro, the confidence they give you on high speed sweepers, the stability they offer if you load your bike up with a passenger and/or luggage. And the Azaro's are not inclined to follow rain grooves in the freeway or those directional steel grates over bridges.