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Whether you’re on the track, commuting to work or cruising the drag, your sportbike tires need to be ready for anything. Today’s tires look better than ever, exhibiting a sleek, refined appearance. The tread pattern is designed to convey an elegant – yet focused – approach. From the extravagant to the classical, there’s a tire for every style of rider.
Of course, while no one can deny the visual appeal of today’s sportbike tires, everyone knows that’s only half the story. The real value in a tire lies not in its looks, but in its performance. Does it give you the necessary traction to accelerate and stop at an elite level? Does it deliver enhanced cornering ability to carve sharper corners? These tires are all about providing the handling that you expect from a sportbike. And quite frankly, without the right tires, what’s the point?
We carry the brands you’d expect to see – names which are renowned for their high quality tires. Here are just a few of our most popular options:• Dunlop
Whether you need to be on the cutting edge of race tire technology or just want to outfit an older bike with traditional (yet reliable) tires, you’ll find what you need for your sportbike here. (If you’d like to see out entire selection of motorcycle tires, click here .) Browse our selection; you’re sure to find something to satisfy your craving for the best sportbike tires available.
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
Joanthan in PA
I've been using Pirelli Rosso Corsas on my 1125R since I bought it in 2009. The only time I've ever questioned its grip is on a 100deg day in the afternoon sessions of a trackday in Houston. This was the third session in a month on the same rear and the sides were toast. As a street tire it is faultless when it comes to grip. The mileage however is a different story. On a big Vtwin bike like the 1125R, I only get 2000 miles or so out of the rear. And on the street for commuting this just isn't ideal as the center wears well before the sides. Keep that in mind when purchasing this tire and be honest with yourself about what the tire will be used for.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
JEFFREY in PA
I ride very aggresivly often dragging the frame and the Verge never left go never slid out got about 4500 miles out of it and it held a round shape all the way down.I just ordered another one for the bike also put a set on my89 zx10Read All Reviews