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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.
Brian in SC
Since making the switch to the 880s a couple years back, I have always replaced my tires with metzelers. Improves grip especially around corners.Read All Reviews
Todd in Pennsylvania
This is my 2nd Commander II tire. First was just shy of 14000 miles which is almost double any other tire I have used. Excellent dry and wet grip. RMATVMC has the best price you can find and the free shipping is just an added bonus. When I had an issues in the past with another brand of tire the customer service was top notch and got me back on the road is short order.Read All Reviews
Christopher in OH
Fine tires, nothing special to set them apart from the others I've tried. As good as the Bridgestone Spitfire's I've used previously. When under 5000 miles, no problems but yesterday I laid my bike down because the rear tire skidded in heavy rain. It has 7000 miles and is pretty much at the end of it's life. 2/32" of tread left. I was sorely (pun intended) disappointed when it let me down as I was already slowed between 5-10mph and trying to get off the road and out of traffic. No real damage but with traffic coming, it could've been a bad scene. I ride aggressively on dry pavement, mostly flat roads in these parts but I do make it a point to get on the few good twisty roads in the area to enjoy riding as much as I can. Still looking for a reasonably priced tire that will last more than 2 seasons with a total load of around 900lbs on them. Back to the drawing board.Read All Reviews