Dunlop Sportmax D214 are OEM on my bike. I'd like to hear impressions from experienced riders, with no chicken strips, on these tires.
Mine has the Bridgestone S21R's that I find super stickey. I hear the S22's are even better. So, I might go that route soon.
I always used T31 Rear on my 2014, could even get my knee down on the street.Had to go check out the T31. With my previous experience with Michelin PR2's and PR3's, I'd go that route if I wanted a sport touring tire. I'd buy the PR2's when the PR4's were already released because the price was better. Never received and old tire. Mostly around six months. I still might go that route too.
It only hits 30 maybe once or twice a year in Houston. I've ridden that tire in freezing temps with no issues. See my post in this thread with the PDF of the ramp on my commute.Good to know. The T31 sounds like a decent tire. How does it do in 30-degree temps? Asking because with my former Z1K, I put on a Dunlop Roadsmart. Later I put a Roadsmart II on the Concours 14. With both bikes I felt the back slip on cold pavement--so, I most likely won't be going back to the Roadsmarts.