Bruce in CA
I use the 180/55x18 on 2 different Harleys that have 18 inch rear wheels mounted on them.. Both bikes make about 125 hp at the rear wheel.. These tires provide excellent traction all the way to the limits of the bikes. One bike is an FXDX with plenty ground clearance.. The only issue is that they only last about 2500 to 3000 miles..Read All Reviews
mark in OH
I installed 2 new Avon Venoms on my 89 GOLDWING in 2012.I just bought 2 NEW REPLACEMENTS.16,000+ miles. I have had Great LUCK with this brand of tire for 15 years.My wing has afew extras and runs 125-130mph.The tires are stable at all speeds.My farm is 3 miles south of the 140mm on OHIO TURNPIKE.I USE IT LIKE MY AUTOBAHN.GET TIRES GREAT INVESTMENT IN SAFETY AND DURABILITY.PLEASED TO STICK WITH A PROVEN PRODUCT.GETTING READY TO ORDER A SET FOR MY SON's 2005 V-MAXRead All Reviews
G-man in Oregon
2 yrs ago on the advice from a Goldwing expert, I installed the Centramatic wheel balancers for GL1800 Honda Gold Wing. The reason was to lengthen the life of my Dunlop E3's, and make the ride a tad smoother (Wings are already smooth, right?). Anyway, I just had to replace my rear E3 at 12,700 miles due to a cut in the tire from road debris. This is to tell you that I still had an easy 5,000 left on the tire, and the tire/tread looked great. I've been using Dunlops for 25 years on Wings, and the only negative I have to say about the Dunlop E3's is the tire howl in every turn.Read All Reviews
Kevin in TX
My bike is actually a 2009 1700 Nomad. After install of both front and rear Shinko 777's the bike is night and day! Quiet smooth ride, no following grooves, and the bike feels so light and quick in handling! If these tires last at least 6k they will be well worth it and I will be buying another pair! So far they seem to be great tires!Read All Reviews
When one walks through Rocky Mountain’s warehouse, the undisputable smell of rubber and never-ending rows of black can only bring to mind one thing: “these guys know motorcycle tires.” We’re the experts when it comes to knowing the specific tread, compound, load rating and speed rating needed for street bike tires, cruiser tires and dual sport bike tires; which is why we have the biggest selection of motorcycle tires in the industry. For example, sport bikes need dual compound Z rated tires that will grip easier when turning such as the Dunlop Qualifier Performance Radial or Pirelli Diablo Rosso 2. If you’re an adventure touring enthusiast, you need motorcycle tires that withstand long mileage and have a wider tread to dispel water and mud through all types of weather like Michelin Pilot Road 3, Michelin Anakee 2 or Metzeler Tourance. When you’re cruising, tires with a heavier compound like Michelin Commander II or Dunlop 402's are ideal.
Rocky Mountain ATV/MC is the leader when it comes to supplying quality motorcycle tires and street bike tires at great prices. Plus, we make it easy to find the exact tires needed to fit your motorcycle with our "Tire Finder” search that will pull up a variety of tires to choose from once you enter your motorcycle or street bikes model, make and year.
If you need help installing your street bike tires, we have you covered there too. Check out our library of instructional DVD’s that include how to properly change motorcycle tires as well as many other instructional videos. Don’t waste time and money searching for tires that may or may not be what you need. Go to the experts – Rocky Mountain ATV/MC.