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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.
Tim in MO
Great tire for the price. On my second rear for my CRF450X supermoto. Lasted longer than my old Pilot Power 2CT and cornering grip is on par with it. Might be a tad wider than the Michelin but that might just be me. Supermoto tires wear out fast, especially the rear, and these Apexes are just right for the job.Read All Reviews
Ernest in LA
I like the handling of the Shinko 300 rear tire. It handled curves better than the Avon. I have around 1700 miles on the tire a ended up having to ride home in the rain and had no issues on the wet roads. Only got around 8000 miles out of two Avon tires, if the Shinko gets around 8000 I will be getting another to replace it. I gave it a 4 star on tread life because I don’t have many miles on it yet but it looks look it’s going to last as long as the Avon i had on my bike.Read All Reviews
MICHAEL in NC
...but when I do, I choose the Trail II. Excellent wear, feedback, traction (wet or dry) and quiet. These are also quite easy to install using only tire irons and dish soap. Stay tacky, my friends.Read All Reviews
MICHAEL in NM
Dunlop 4s seem to be better than the 3s don't know about wet riding sine we are in a drought and the state has at least 5 fires now. The handling is improved. For tread life time will tell. I usually end up with three flat spots because of all the cornering I do running the canyons. I ride a Vision Tour.Read All Reviews
Charles in ID
No real down side except front wore out prior to rear at 5200 miles. Front still had center tread but was down to the wear bars on the sides. Great traction in the wet and on tar snakes. To be fair I had done lots of windy roads two up on a fair heavily loaded bike and a few spirited rides by myself. Must be a two compound tire because the off-the-center tread also showed evidence of softer rubber compound sideway slippage wear. Still have maybe 3000 miles left in rear tire. Very confidence inspiring tire - not a single pucker moment due to tires. Have repurchasedRead All Reviews