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Dunlop motorcycle tires have a long history that extends back over 100 years, with John Dunlop’s invention of the pneumatic tire. Since then, Dunlop tires have continually progressed and evolved. Today, they’re still among the elite names of the industry. Perhaps that’s why major manufacturers like Harley-Davidson®, Kawasaki and others choose Dunlop as the OEM tire on their bikes. However, there are many aftermarket options available as well, so you can get just the right one for your needs.
On this page, you’ll see our entire inventory of Dunlop motorcycle tires. However, all you need to do is look at all of our motorcycle tires to realize that Dunlop really is something special. Besides providing one of the largest selections of tires, they also offer a huge diversity of options. They have tires for cruisers, touring motorcycles and sport bikes. They have either radial-ply or bias-ply options. There are many different sizes available.
All you need to do is look at the many styles of tread patterns to realize that you truly get to choose based on your preferences when you go with Dunlop. From simple to intricate and from sleek to rugged, there’s something here for every rider. Take a look at the Dunlop motorcycle tires on this page to determine what best suits your ride.
Dave in SC
My Tuono is a powerful "naked" sport bike that loves to wheelie and handles as well as any. This combination makes it tough on tires and the Q3 is the only one that gave me acceptable life (1500 mi for a rear) with no noticeable loss of grip as it wears. Other tires have given me the same tread life as long as you don't mind sliding around the last 5-600 miles. Cost is very low for the performance especially if you buy from Rocky Mtn ATC/MC. Bottom line: Q3's are the best hyper sport tires you can buy! FYI, my review is based strictly on hard street riding, I use slicks for the track.Read All Reviews
Marcus in FL
2013 Aprilia Shiver 750. I have been averaging around 7000 miles on a rear tire. About 12-13k on the front. I use the bike for commuting mostly, but these are solid tires for twists and turns. I use more of the center of the tire from the commuting. I'm moving to the Roadsmart II to see if I can get longer life from them in the hopes the centers will last longer.Read All Reviews