I use road 4 GT get around 8000 miles on them. GT is harder rubber, which means slower heat up time. Heat is love hate relationship. If you not riding that much only summer season and your ambien temperature normally above 60 F degrees. Would recommend road race tires, they take a little bit more to even heat up but when the tire is around 120F + start to be nice and sticky. Try road 4GT and run 42 PSI, really good for all season riding and always heat them tires up before riding hard. If you only do short trips run 34 PSI. If you feel daring and only ride on pavement switch to 170/60/17 road 4 GT on 42PSI I get around 10000 miles, this set up require more skill from the rider. Your front tire should last around 14000 miles = 2 Rear tire change before front needs to be changed. After that switch to Road 5 better grip in sunny season than road 4.
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