Front and rear are both installed. Holy crap, are these tires stiff. It took forever to get the front tire on. Actually, it was so stiff I would say it was the most difficult tire install I have ever performed. I would recommend having at least the front put on by a pro with a machine to run a bead on. I think that I've created a few new swear words after this endeavor. The rear was easy peasy. I went out to scrape them in. All dry roads. Speed was between 50 and 80 MPH. Straight roads and curvy roads. The tires handle very well. Nothing negative at all. But, it's also pretty rare that somebody complains about new tires too. Time will tell I guess. It is absolutely, unquestionably, a touring tire. Much easier to turn the bike with less input to achieve the desired results. Though, I may be comparing it against the squared-off Anakee which would give me some bias. However, I do feel that I need to soften up the suspension on the shock and springs ( both Hyperpro). There was a return of some of the harshness that I complained about before I upgraded the suspension. I suppose it has to do with the stiffer walls. Anyhow, it gives me a reason to ride and fiddle! Super easy adjustments on the hyper pro shock.