Not really. It means you are well within safe zone.I'll put down hard parts before I reach the edge of the tire so... I guess that means I'm going as far as I can.
The obvious solution would be to just lower the pegs.Interesting thread, I need to get some answers for myself.
Recently changed stock wheels to smaller set going from 21/18" to a 19/17" setup.
Put on Michelin Anakee3 tires (has a flat profile, not good for riding twisties or the track)
Looking for a tire solution but would also like confirmation from track guys/sport riders that this scenario is possible.
I am coming to a conclusion that I am running out of tire tread before scraping pegs.
This is what the tire looks like after running a few hundred miles including the Tail of the Dragon.
I do like to lean and push the bike's limits to um... 80%? So, looking for a tire that has a correct profile
to give me an additional 20% more tread than the Anakee3's.
The Q3+ is badass, you won't regret running them! 35/35 street psiI think my fear line is about to move. The 6 year old Dunlop Trailmax 609D tires that came on my new/leftover NC700X are about to be replaced with Dunlop Q3+ tires. I enjoy riding a slow bike fast & the old Trailmax tires have no feedback so I don't push it hard. I haven't ruled out Pirelli Diablo Rossa Corsa 2 (name long enough?) but leaning toward the Dunlop. I don't ride off road or in the rain if I can avoid it.