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Are you planning your next long-distance trip? Don’t leave home without a set of new touring motorcycle tires. They will help you enjoy every mile, all while keeping you safe on the road.
Touring bikes are designed for epic journeys, and their tires are built to be able to go the distance. In fact, the primary quality in any good touring tire is longevity – especially in the middle, as touring bikes often travel for long distances on highways, which don’t require tight cornering.
Another important quality of touring tires is their ability to handle adverse weather. The tread patterns on touring motorcycle tires are often specially engineered to perform well in wet conditions. Even if you live in a relatively dry region, having tires that can handle rainy days is essential depending on where you plan on traveling.
As with all street bike tires, you know you can rely on Rocky Mountain ATV/MC when it comes to picking out new rubber for your bike. We have several excellent brands to choose from: Metzeler, Pireli, Bridgestone, Dunlop, Avon, Shinko and Michelin. If you aren’t sure which tire you need, simply enter your bike’s details into the Parts Finder to see all of the touring motorcycle tires we have that will fit your machine.
Don’t procrastinate your next big trip, and don’t put off getting new touring tires. Check out our selection now and pick up a new set today!
Ron in SC
Because product was designed for my bikeRead All Reviews
Steve in CA
Been my favorite GW motorcycle tire, traction, miles and a great price ????Read All Reviews
BW in IN
Highly recommended for vintage bikes. Great grip dry and wet, very neutral handling, and the feel stays great all the way down to the wear markers. Incredible value. Only downside is that they don't last as long as some more expensive brands. If you ride a ton of miles in a year or have to pay to have tires mounted, your cost per mile may be better with a more expensive tires. I'm getting about 3,000 - 3,200 miles per set on my 1983 Suzuki GS850G, but I ride VERY hard. Normal people usually get close to double the mileage.Read All Reviews