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Motorcycle cruising requires a do-it-all compound tire for a smooth and easy ride and Rocky Mountain ATV/MC.com has them all. Get exceptional grip on both wet and dry surfaces with top-of-the-line cruiser motorcycle tires like Dunlop 402's, Pirelli Night Dragons, Metzeler ME880 or Bridgestone Exedra Max. Additionally, tires that withstand high mileage are essential when you’re a cruiser fanatic so choose street bike tires with long lasting durability and load carrying capacity such as the Continental Milestone Cruising/Touring motorcycle tire or Michelin Commander II.
As a motorcycle cruiser, we know you enjoy a slow ride on the strip or boulevard; but you want your motorcycle tires to arrive in the fastest time possible. At Rocky Mountain ATV/MC, there’s no down time in waiting for your tires to be shipped out or arrive at your doorstep.
We make it easy to find the cruiser motorcycle tires you need with our online “Tire Finder” tool, but if you still have questions, simply call 1-800-336-5437 and talk to a knowledgeable customer service rep that has all the answers. Spend less time searching for tires and more time riding when you shop Rocky Mountain ATV/MC.com.
Robert in Louisiana
I bought a 2011kawaski vulcan 900 classic lt (new) in january 2013 that came with the dunlop 404 tire. I've just gotten 4000 miles on the bike, no silly riding or burnouts. The tire is worn out. Mostly single riding. The tire rode great, handled very well on wet roads, and handled very well in curves. But of all the bikes and tires I've used, this tire wore out faster than any. Pressure was checked several times by dealer, so that was not the reason. Just a low mileage tire. Won't be replaced with one for sure.Read All Reviews
Robert in CA
Some guys complain about the tire not lasting a long time, I get about 10k out of these on my RKC. Fact is if a tire lasts longer the rubber is harder meaning it does not stick to the road as well in most cases. These tires look great, have a great load rating and have a solid company behind them. Id rather stick to the road than cheap out trying to get a few thousand miles more out of another brand, after all my bike only has two tires, And its a classic meaning it is supposed to have the old looking wide white walls. Ill stick with what looks good and keeps me planted to the road. I suppose if I wanted to be cheap I would ride another brand of motorcycle perhaps one that does not weigh 800 pounds, but as they say good stuff isnt cheap, and cheap stuff isnt good.Read All Reviews
Travis in TX
Used this on my vfr. Nothing amazing, but also nothing bad. Good commuter street tire.Read All Reviews