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Shinko has been making high performance motorcycle tires for years and Rocky Mountain ATV/MC has a wide range of Shinko dirt bike tires to choose from so you can find the exact tires you need. If you need a Shinko tire that provides excellent grip on rocks and other slick terrains, choose the Shinko Trail Pro 255 Radial Trials Tire. If you ride on several types of terrains, the Shinko SR241 Series Trials Tire has a tough nylon carcass and high dimpled knobs that provide excellent grip, performance and maneuverability on all surfaces. You’ll always pay the best price on Shinko motorcycle tires at Rocky Mountain ATV/MC.com because our “Price Match Guarantee” will match any competitor’s pricing should you ever find one that’s lower. We also provide free three-day shipping on any order over $99.00 so you can get your Shinko dirt bike tires fast and get back to what you do best – riding. Rocky Mountain ATV/MC.com has everything dirt bike riders need, including riding gear, parts, accessories and tires from the best brands.
CHRIS in CA
The 19" tire works OK in the dirt (~10psi) but is not stable on the street even though it it DOT rated. I even raised the pressure to 32psi for street use and it still was to soft. Feels like tire is flat....not recommended.Read All Reviews
Matt in AR
I purchased this tire in September for my Versys. So far I've put just under 3,000 miles on it and it's holding up really well. I've done some single-track, quiet a bit of dirt roads, and a lot of pavement and it handles it all really well. Will be buying this tire again when it's time for another.Read All Reviews
Peter in CA
I am overall pleased with a set of these on my XR650L. At first they looked funny: tiny compared to the usual knobby DS tires (Kenda K270s and Trakmasters) I was using. They grip well, both front and back. The ride on the street is comfortable. The narrow front tire makes the steering quick and precise; when it arrived, it was flat: folded down the middle and looked real cheap. I run them DS with 17-18 psi offroad because of the soft/thinner carcass and onroad with 22 psi. At 70mph they are smooth; and on fireroads at 45mph they are equally smooth. So far I have about 300 miles; from the looks of the knobs I think I'll get another 300 good miles out of it and then be able to run it another 300 to bald. So, wear is only really good for 500-600 on the 310-lb bike. I will probably go back to a harder/broader knobby DS for my next tire to suit the wear for my commute, which is 80% road.Read All Reviews