Is that the stuff you slide on with water? It holds amazing well, but no, does not stick as such, especially on awkward angles...
I usually get this: http://www.demon-tweeks.co.uk/Motorsport/Pit_Paddock_Accessories/Tapes_Adhesives/_3M_Leading_Edge_(Helicopter)_Tape/1250/0/16495
It does not come on a roll anything like the picture.
I think last time I ordered from here: http://www.biketart.com/products/biketape
It comes in lots of different widths which was handy. I also used this on two of my mountain bikes - not yellow after about 4 years (and still very stuck). After about 5 years it was a little yellow-tinted and scruffy, so I peeled it off with a hair-dryer and re-applied.
I also recently used a roll of vinyl stuff from R1 Convert - it worked better at covering large surfaces. I think that heli-tape sticks better and is tougher, but is a little over-kill for lots of areas.
If doing a fresh bike again I'd use both - R1's vinyl tape, and heli-tape for the awkward bits or high abrasion (like frame rails by your ankle etc..).
Any tape though you will see the join on large surfaces - so if a huge tank panel you cannot beat the pre cut sheets for looks.
2011 KTM Adventure 990 R, with loads of extras and farkles
-- silk metallic with comfort package (sport wheels, heated grips, on board computer with oil warning, sport fairing, LED white indicators), alarm, gear shift assistant --
-- Hepco rear rack, R&G protectors all over, Akrapovic full system, Evoluzione dual air-filters, 1/4 turn quick action throttle, disabled full load stop actuator, a permanent grin --