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Why would you run from store to store or spend hours searching online for motorcycle tires when you can find exactly what you need at Rocky Mountain ATV/MC? Quite simply, no one has the selection of motorcycle tires and street bike tires we have, at the prices we do. We carry top brands like Dunlop motorcycle tires, Michelin motorcycle tires, Bridgestone motorcycle tires and Metzeler motorcycle tires.
The kind of tire you need depends on the kind of riding you do. Will you be riding on or off the road? Will you be racing, cruising or touring for a long period of time? No matter what or where you’ll be riding, Rocky Mountain ATV/MC.com has the motorcycle tires and street bike tires you need and we’ve made it easy to find them on our website. For example, if you have a dirt bike, simply click on the “Dirt Bike” tab at the top of our website then click on the Dirt Bike Tires and Wheels” tab on the left which will take you to our “Tire Finder” section. Once you enter the make, model and year of your bike, a variety of bike tires will display for you to choose from. It’s just that easy.
We’re the experts on knowing which tires are required for the different types of riding. We know for sport bikes, a dual compound Z rated tire that provides an optimal grip when turning is ideal. If you love to cruise the strip or boulevard, tires with a heavier compound like the Michelin Commander II is best and if you’re a touring cyclist, make sure you choose street bike tires that will endure a lot of mileage and have a wider tread.
Don’t waste time and money searching for motorcycle tires and street bike tires that will fit your bike and are the best value. You can always rely on Rocky Mountain ATV/MC.com to have exactly what you need at the low prices and fast shipping.
Grant in Michigan
They just don't break loose haha. Unless they're dead cold and you try to clutch up a wheelie really quick with 42 psi of air in the rear. But that's the only time I've been able to break it loose. I absolutely loved my Pilot Power 3, but this has it beat by a little bit. Feels amazing and very confidence inspiring in the corners too. High speed stability is great. Best tire I've ran so far (out of diablo, pilot power 2 and 3, angel st, q2 and q3). Better than all of them. So far I have about 3000 miles on my rear tire and it looks like it's at about 60% tread in the middle.Read All Reviews
Alan in Georgia
I have a 2005 HD Ultra Classic. I switched from Metzler 880 tires to Dunlop Elite 3's front & rear. So far I've put 20,000 miles on them. Yes, i said 20,000 miles. The rear is getting close to replacement. The front still looks good. This is the most I've ever gotten out of any tire i've had. I have over 96,000 miles on my bike & have ridden in all kinds of weather. In the last 3 years I've ridden from Macon, GA. all the way to the Pacific, up thru Yellowstone, thru Sturgis and back. Up to New Jersey and back, and most recently, from Macon to Milwaukee, all the way across Canada to Maine and back down the east coast to Macon, all on the same tires. They ride good & grip the road good in both rain & dry. I will keep using The American Elite 3 as long as they keep making themRead All Reviews
Robert in Michigan
At 9000 miles I stated approx. 50% tread remaining...Well at 12,000 miles this dunlop is done. after the 9000 mile mark, the tires performance quickly deteriorated. anything over 10,000 miles is a bonus. Still I am happy with this tire, and will probaly order them again, although the Metzler is looking good to me too.Read All Reviews
mark in Kentucky
My wife (aggressive grandmother) has about 3k on the rear Next tire and it has a ton of wear left. Don't know what's going on with Metzler quality control or maybe the previous reviewer's wife has a heavy bike. She likes the tire.Read All Reviews
Josh in ID
I've used Avon Roadrider AM26's for several years on 4 different vintage bikes. The tires work great and I think they look just right too. I think they bridge the appearance gap between vintage tread patterns and modern sport tires perfectly. I will continue to buy AM26's as my tire of choice for my vintage fleet.Read All Reviews