OK, here's the facts.
When I took Cindy from the dealer, she had BT-012's shoes. They were, good shoes, I liked them. Lost the back one when Cindy turned 7 000 km's old. Her front shoe was still OK, but I got a set of BT-014's (from 5th gear, who sent them to me by bus...) for her anyway 'cause I love her. So I put the new rear shoe and then the summer went by and we were happy.
Last winter at 11 000 km's, I swapped the front one wile she was asleep. Really good tires, I love the feel and the grip. Today Cindy turned 13 400 km's. Now, she needs a new rear shoe again. I can see the steel belt.It's dead.
So let's count, 13400 - 7000 = 6400.
MMM, 6400 km's out of a BT-014. I maybe have a little agressive riding style, I guess. Although I never wheelie, never do burnouts or any kind of stunts. I still think those tyres wear pretty fast.
Now I have a dilema. What tyre to chose for Cindy's rear ? I realy like Bridgestones, but damn they don't last long. Is the BT-020 any better for me? Or should I go with michelin PP ? Diablo ? Here, my LOCAL shop in Kelowna, have a BT-020 for 250$ + 29$ installation.
What to do ?
Any suggestions ?
Thank U for helping me taking good care of Cindy