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Touring motorcyclists have no boundaries; from highlands to main lands, they’re used to long days on their bike and enjoy every minute of it. Sport touring motorcycle tires need a wider tread to eliminate the water, mud and dirt that can accrue during foul weather conditions and Rocky Mountain ATV/MC has a huge selection to choose from like Dunlop Sportmax Roadmart II or Michelin Pilot Road 3. The Bridgestone Battlax BT014 provides ideal traction, shock absorption, wet performance and noise reduction for sport touring enthusiasts and the Avon AV46 Azaro motorcycle tire was specifically engineered to handle heavy carrying loads when traveling from continent to continent.
For over 28 years, Rocky Mountain ATV/MC has literally made it their business to cater to all types of riders, including sport touring motorcyclists who require specific tires for the sport they love. We’ve made it easy to find the sport touring motorcycle tires you need for your specific bike, but if you ever have any questions regarding street bike tires or anything else, simply call us at 1-800-336-5437 and our friendly and extremely knowledgeable customer service representatives will be happy to help.
Once you shop at Rocky Mountain ATV/MC.com you’ll never shop anywhere else because we always have the biggest selection, great prices and phenomenal customer service. Plus, your motorcycle tires are shipped out the same day, allowing you to get back in the saddle – fast.
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
Richard in QLD
Have had these on our two Hayabusa's (my 2012 and my wife's 2003)now, and they have done a lot of miles and I can push them real hard in the tight stuff, have only had a few small slides in the rear.. Will be getting another set for sure.Read All Reviews
Gene in California
The 180/55ZR-17 is a good tire, but it's hard to tell when it's worn out -- unless you can see the steel belt! The tread grooves are not in the center of the tread face so you have to guess at how much rubber is left; not a good thing when you're on a long trip. I've moved on to the Road 3 and will try the Road 4 next because of this. Some of my friends noticed this problem, also.Read All Reviews