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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.
Pete in Pennsylvania
First, my bike is a VZR1800 / M109R, not an S50, but that was not an available option. The 250/40VR-18 is a great tire. Very grippy, and no high speed shakes like the Dunlop Elite III has. I've never run a Metzler to compare it to, but I understand that these outwear the Metzler's significantly. I got two full seasons out of this tire. It's still not worn out, but I am very close to the wear bars and I am going on a couple of trips, so I am replacing it just to be safe. I run balancing beads in my tires, and with them, there is zero vibration. All in all, I think this is a great tire for the M109R. I know a lot of people like the fattest tire they can buy that fits properly on a stock rim, and this is not the tire if you want that. The Elite III 250 is the fattest, followed by the Metzler ME880 260, and this brings up the rear. Still, I like this one better than the Dunlop, especially if the roads are wet. I am rating this 4 stars because it does not wear as well as the Elite III, but it's a better tire in every other way. Recommended.Read All Reviews
Rick in OR
Never had an uneasy moment with this tire. Ride in rain and never had a slip. Got 12k miles. Left side of center wore first and the wear pattern isn't quite even around the tire, but I didn't balance it when I installed it, and I typically wear the left side first on all my tires, so this isn't real unusual. Just bought another to replace it.Read All Reviews
tom in Illinois
tire is not a 140 only measures 5 in in with my 130 front is wider dot was 2712almost 3 years oldRead All Reviews
Robert in SD
This is my first experience with Michelin Commander II front tire. To say that I'm impressed with its performance would be an understatement. I have been plagued by a steering shimmy at speeds greater than 40mph since my original factory Bridgestone hit 3000 miles. I've since tried a Dunlop E3 and an Avon Venom, with no change in shimmy reduction. All possible mechanical causes were systematically eliminated. After much research and reviewing hundreds of customer comments, I decided on the Commander II. The improvement in stability has been nothing short of dramatic. The shimmy has totally disappeared, the ride has softened (while running identical pressure), and the grip, under all conditions, has been confidence building. I would highly recommend this tire to anyone looking transform the quality and confidence in their ride, particularly heavy touring bikes. I'll be buying another when the time comes.Read All Reviews