For however anybody want to use the information below as it's just my experience in 30 years, some different bikes and a lot of mls/km's.
My first bike was a completely rebuild Intruder 700 California spec i had a set of Metzeler. It was like concrete but a real chopper (one like where the name came from) you don't need grip anyway.
From there on i had different Bridgestone's like the BT016, 020, 021 but never will i buy Bridgestone again.
When you buy a new bike you don't have a choice so i ended up with a Dunlop Qualifier at one point witch was rubbish.
After the BT's i tried the Maxxis Supermax, a budget tyre at the moment but 10 times better than the BT's and after that i tried the Michelin MPR2 witch was great.
After 2 sets i tried the Dunlop Roadsmart (the first). This was a nice tyre but miserable on markings and repair spots (the bitumen lines) so back to the MPR2 skipping the 3 and on to the 4.
The MPR4 went off far before done due to cupping on both tyres. This was on a VFR VTEC.
After that came the Dunlop Roadsmart 3 witch was great and when i bought the CT i had them mounted right away but on the CT they missed out on traction.
Meanwhile the Road 5 Trail was out and it was great! Good stability, grip and longevity but i started getting interested in offroading.
So the Anakee Adventure came out and it was just as great onroad as the Road 5 Trail but 100 times better offroad.
But i wanted more and the next was the Anakee Wild. Had great fun with them but the first 2 - 300km is terrible with that one... beware of that when you choose that but after that i was positively surprised.
Then there was a long trip mostly onroad planned (en due to Covid changed several times) so back to the Adventures and those will stay on the CT until there is a very good option to try but that tyre does not exist at this moment.
For the places i need tyres like de Anakee Wild the CT is too heavy to have real fun and for that i recently bought a XT660 Ténéré for witch i just received the confirmation that the Hyperpro streetbox, steering stem bearings, innertubes and a set of Anakee Wild is ready for shipment
Oh yeah. When i bought the XT and still are the Metzeler Tourance Next in front and the Batlax Adventure A41r in the back and the A41 confirms my statement of never Bridgestone again. Still no grip at all when the situation is not perfect as in dry and hot.
The Metzeler i cannot say anything about. The bearing has a dead point witch makes steering feel bad with every tire and i will not bash a tyre under known bad influences.