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What about this one? Anyone running it yet? looks good.https://www.bridgestone.com/products.../detail/pr154/

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Man that's some rough weather at the end of that video.
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I really like the review that is done on real roads and getting all the different conditions in one day is awesome! What I got from that video though is inspiration to go out and ride and train more, because my skills are not up to the level of that guy's!
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Put a set on my 2009 R1200GS. Done around 400km so far with a bit of off-road. So far they are amazing. Handle well on the highway, great on gravel, hardpack and a river crossing. The best part is that they are very quiet on the road and run straight at speed. For a knobbly, they don't seem to wander too much on tar snakes and the bike is stable in corners without the drop-in i had found with the Anakee Wilds. For doing everything pretty well, they look to be a new go-to tire for big bikes: on and off-road. I'm impressed. I have no idea how long they will last, but they have a harder compound than the TKC. Anyhow, so far I'm very happy with them. Oh, one other thing, it's the first set of tires where I have been pleased with front and rear as a matched set.
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Put a set on my 2009 R1200GS. Done around 400km so far with a bit of off-road. So far they are amazing. Handle well on the highway, great on gravel, hardpack and a river crossing. The best part is that they are very quiet on the road and run straight at speed. For a knobbly, they don't seem to wander too much on tar snakes and the bike is stable in corners without the drop-in i had found with the Anakee Wilds. For doing everything pretty well, they look to be a new go-to tire for big bikes: on and off-road. I'm impressed. I have no idea how long they will last, but they have a harder compound than the TKC. Anyhow, so far I'm very happy with them. Oh, one other thing, it's the first set of tires where I have been pleased with front and rear as a matched set.

What pressure have you been running on them in the various terrains?



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I'm heading out to Death Valley with a buddy in a few weeks. I just ordered a set. I hope they are as quiet on the tarmac as the previous poster says.

Impressions to follow after I get them mounted and have a few miles on them.
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