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Dunlop motorcycle tires have a long history that extends back over 100 years, with John Dunlop’s invention of the pneumatic tire. Since then, Dunlop tires have continually progressed and evolved. Today, they’re still among the elite names of the industry. Perhaps that’s why major manufacturers like Harley-Davidson®, Kawasaki and others choose Dunlop as the OEM tire on their bikes. However, there are many aftermarket options available as well, so you can get just the right one for your needs.
On this page, you’ll see our entire inventory of Dunlop motorcycle tires. However, all you need to do is look at all of our motorcycle tires to realize that Dunlop really is something special. Besides providing one of the largest selections of tires, they also offer a huge diversity of options. They have tires for cruisers, touring motorcycles and sport bikes. They have either radial-ply or bias-ply options. There are many different sizes available.
All you need to do is look at the many styles of tread patterns to realize that you truly get to choose based on your preferences when you go with Dunlop. From simple to intricate and from sleek to rugged, there’s something here for every rider. Take a look at the Dunlop motorcycle tires on this page to determine what best suits your ride.
Lloyd in MN
I have used 5 sets of these now and on the track I have been only running about 500 miles to a rear and double that for fronts. ON the street the rears are lasting me about 4000 miles and the fronts go a little longer but definitely not another rear. Those track rears then go on the street for about 1500 miles of use before I toss them I guess it depends on just how worn out you are willing to take it before deeming a tire change necessary. I do not take the fronts to the wear bar but will run the rear into the wear bar but never til it is smooth or cords are showing. These handle great street and track and even in the rain work pretty well, but keep the pressures around 32 psi front and rear, they are quite harsch at 36+ riding solo and Dunlop specifically states 32 is the track pressure of choice, although I have tried 30 and on cooler days liked that betterRead All Reviews
Eric in ID
The tires just plain work and wear well. I ordered a new rear from Rocky Mountain Thursday at about 1:00 PM and it was delivered by UPS the next afternoon. Wow!!Read 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
darrell in WI
Not sure what made tire go flat, started with a howling noise at 60mpg. Riding double at the time and was completely flat when stopped. I'm going to try same tire again because of the good timely shipping on my last tire order. Price was $30 more than in 2010.Read All Reviews