You might want to check the date stamp on those babies when you get 'em. That IS a blowout price, but I'm guessing they're 2 or 3 years old...not as sweet as Kevin's purchase, but NO WAY I could pass on this price They're not my choice of compound, brand, nor pattern... but with what little that bike will be ridden over the next couple of years, I think it a sound investment.
For me, that would be ok for a bike I ride mildly or occasionally. Like my GL 1000. But for a more demanding tire, I try to get rubber that the date stamp is less than 52 weeks old. I started buying tires from Moto Mummy and when I talk to the order guy on the phone, I ask him about date stamps on the tires I'm ordering. He'll say he can't really control that, but the tires they send me are always less than a year old.