Pirelli & AIMExpo “Fly Into Summer” Angel GT Tire PromotionPirelli, the official tire of the World Superbike Championship, is offering an appealing promotion for this summer, titled “Fly Into Summer.”
While supplies last, customers who purchase a rear Angel GT Extended Mileage Sport Tire will receive a free front 120/70R17 Angel GT tire.To qualify, register at getpirelli.com/agt, purchase a rear tire and a front tire will be shipped free of charge. Purchaser is responsible for $25 shipping and handling fee.The tires were recently tested by the now-retired Max Biaggi. For a video, click here.As an added bonus for promotion participants, Pirelli has organized VIP tours to take place during the AIMExpo in Orlando in October.Cinnamon Kernes (AIMExpo Show Director) says: “We welcome Pirelli and all Angel GT promotion participants to AIMExpo, the all-new European styled show for motorcycling in America.“If you are attending this exciting event, we’ll show you behind the scenes, get you front row seats to the outdoor exhibitions at AIMExpo Outdoors, and truly treat you like a VIP!”The inaugural AIMExpo runs from October 16–20, with consumer days opening on October 18. For more information, please visit AIMExpoUSA.com.Chris Wall (Pirelli Tire NAFTA Motorcycle Division’s Director of Marketing) says: “From Pirelli’s side, we want to thank the folks at AIMExpo for their cooperation, and we can’t wait to see everyone in Orlando for what should be an exciting show.”The Angel GT is the crowning jewel of the Pirelli Sport Touring range and the natural descendant of Angel ST, a tire with multiple victories under its belt in comparison tests conducted by the most prestigious international motorcycling magazines, as well as holder of 7 duration world records. With a new tread pattern and bi-compound technology, the Angel GT features a 30 percent increase in mileage over the ST and reduced braking distance by approximately three feet at speeds of 47 mph. The Angel GT also boasts improved grip and handling in wet conditions.
This week we ride two genre-departing motorcycles from the established American manufacturers. Jess McKinley gives us his thoughts on the all new Harley-Davidson Pan America Special, and Ron Lieback gives his on Indian’s latest version of the FTR 1200 S.