Does anyone know how these perform in wet situations? I doubt between these and the City Grips from Michelin too, because belgium has lots of rain...
thanks! dropping knees in wet conditions in traffic is not gonna happen anywayThey handle decent enough in the wet. They met my expectations. Waaaaay better than the nylon stockers. If you've ridden Michelin before, the compound and tread pattern is very familiar. I wouldn't try to drop a knee on cobblestone in the wet on them or anything. But they're comfortable at a moderate pace on wet pavement.
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I had my Michelins front and rear installed at a shop, they did the work incredibly cheap ($10/tire, worth every penny 2x over), when I asked about balance they said at this size and speed it makes no difference. I personally would prefer to have them balanced anyway, but I didn't want to start a debate over it. On a stock Grom at 55mph I'm noticing no balance issues, if you are running a BBK hitting 70mph+ on a regular basis, you should consider balancing them, otherwise it's probably not worth your time and effort.Was any balance necessary?