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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 lowest prices and fastest shipping.
Byron in AL
Sure this is a great deal on a WWW tire but there is a reason for that. The handling is very very bad. I put a new set of these tires on my 07 Roadstar and could not hold it stright in the road, it felt like they were an inch wide always wanting to go to the right or left, they do not like to go stright. I have tried different pressures, have had them rebalanced, filled with nitrogen, nothing helps. They have about 4000 miles on them and they have not improved at all, as soon as I can afford to replace them I will do so. I will never buy another Dunlop again! PS I don't know if the back tire is part to blame or not.Read All Reviews
Marty in MT
I bought a 04 warrior 1700 with only 1600 miles on the factory dunlop D220's. Both tires were already worn, and the rear was flat in the center. I put 1000 miles on it in town and went on a 1300 mile trip with in the first 6 month's of owning the bike. Now the rear tire is showing belts and needs replaced at 4000 miles on my bike. Would not recomend this tire.Read All Reviews
John in WA
I've been running this tire on my 2000 GL1500SE for 8587 miles. 3000 miles ago a small spot developed in the tread on the rear tire that looked like a small 1/4" jagged crack. 3000 miles later, all of the tread is gone from the center of the tire with a long section looking like it was ripped out, at 8587 miles! I've never had a tire wear this fast. I've dilligently kept the tire inflated to 41-42 PSI. I have two friends who also had this tire delaminate on them. I wouldn't buy it again.Read All Reviews
Kevin in OK
Tried them all and this one works the best out of all the motorcycle tires available for the GL1800 Goldwing. Great mileage but even better it the predictability when it slides around corners. Never worry about highsides with this tire on the rear. Just ease up pressure on the inside grip a little while staying on the gas and she lines right up. Wouldn't run any other "motorcyce tire" again!Read All Reviews
Dan in CO
I felt this tire was a good choice for a commuter sport bike. I got about 9000 miles out of the rear tire before I decided it was too low on center tread. Cornering traction is good for a touring tire, and handles the rain better than a Pirelli Diablo Rosso Corsa.Read All Reviews
Chris in QLD
I used these on a 2009 Suzuki GSX1400, previous tyres were 3 sets of Michelin Pilot Road 2 and one set of Dunlop RoadSmarts. Riding was commuting, some highway work, and a lot of hard mountain/canyon riding. I would regularly carve up much sportier bikes. Warm up time is good, no problem grinding footpegs in under 5 mins riding on a cool morning. These tyres gave me much more confidence and grip than the PR2s, and as a result I was getting that much lean that the footpegs were folded up and I was grinding the engine mounts down on the road. This is all with decent aggressive hanging off body-position. They lasted considerably longer than the Dunlops, and maybe 5% more than the Michelin. I got an average of 10,000km from a set (rear worn past wear indicators, would replace the front at the same time) front might have had another 2000km in them. I noticed no reduction in performance throughout their life. Wet weather was no issue either.Read All Reviews