Bi-Compound Differentiated Behaviour of the Tyre Long Lasting on Road, Excellent Grip at Full Lean.
EPT Contact Patch Optimization Give the bike more contact whith the road surface.
Slick shoulder area Maximum Grip at Full lean Confidence and top performance whilst comering.
Diablo Rosso II tyre review
Average based on 277 test results
Grip in dry conditions
Braking in dry conditions
Grip in wet conditions
Braking in wet conditions
Grip in snow
Internal noise level
02.09.2020 from Will Limited motorcycle experience, no bike before the Zero.
28.10.2015 from Ben This is the 2nd Rosso II that i've used. In dry, warm conditions they feel fantastic, giving excellent grip and feedback. The braking always lifts the rear before locking the front (on any half reasonable tarmac). They take a little while to get temperature into them, so for me, they don't feel hugely confidence inspiring within the first few miles of a journey. I eventually crashed when I went from a dry surface to a wet surface. Not the tyre's fault, but I wonder if something more suited to wet and cold would have performed better.
13.09.2013 from Ben My Diablo Corsa III lasted a mere 1200 miles so I had hoped that this would be a nice compromise between outright grip and longer life. It hasn't disappointed at all. On the road, it feels just as sticky as the Diablo Corsa III although it doesn't feel like it turns in quite as fast, though that could just be me. Overall, really pleased and wear seems consistent across the tyre. Overall, very impressed.