Brand

Front/

Rear

Mileage in KM

Score

Continental TCK-80

F

12,000 to 17,000

very good nobly

Dunlop D-604

R

12,000 to 23,000

strange difference

Bridgestone TW ?

R

18,000

good mileage

Bridgestone TW ?

F

18,000

not bad at all

Dunlop Trail Max

R

10,000

duh!

Dunlop D-605

F

12,000+

ok nobly

Metzeler Tourance

R

11,000

very disappointing

Metzeler Sahara

R

13,000

ok

Pirelli MT60

F

15,000 to 21,000

not bad at all

Pirelli MT60

R

10,000 to 13,000

ok

Duro

R

8,000

terrible

Mitas enduro

F

21,000

not bad at all

Mitas enduro

R

21,000

good mileage

Michelin T66

R

12,000

ok

Dunlop D-607

R

11,000

so so

Pirelli MT-21

F

5,000

terrible

I have been traveling for 1,096 days.

From those I was actually riding Pam 485 days.

The total distance was 163,045 Km or 101,903 miles, which took 2,686 hours with an average speed of  61 Km/h.

I spent 5 hours a day in the saddle, riding an average of 336 Km per day.

The largest distance in one day was 980 km in Alaska, where the days last for ever. The shortest was 1 Km when I changed hotels in Quetta, Pakistan.

 

In these 3 years I have used 8,581 liter of gasoline, the cheapest being 2,8 euro-cents in Venezuela and the most expensive being 1,10 euro in the Netherlands.

I also used 46 liter of engine oil in 17 oil changes and a few 'top-ups'. I replaced the oil-filter 7 times.

 

And more...

 

12 rear and 13 front tires

5 sets of brake pads for the front. Only 1 for the rear.

8 drive chains and 6 sets of sprockets

20 sparkplugs

2 steering head bearings and 5 wheel bearings

1 brake lever

2 clutch cables (and 3 repairs)

1 speedometer cable

1 set of clutch plates

1 fuel pump

1 voltage regulator

Lots of duck-tape and tie-rips