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Touring Motorycle Tires from Rocky Mountain ATV/MC

Motorcycle tires to see the world on. Dunlop, Metzeler, Bridgestone, Continental plus all the major brands of touring motorcycle tires. We specialize in motorcycle tires with motorcycle tire accessories and motorcycle tire mounting videos and tools. For discount prices and great in stock motorcycle tire selection Rocky Mountain ATV/MC is the place to go for great prices and quick delivery on motorcycle tires. Rocky Mountain ATV/MC is your trusted source for motorcycle tires and more!

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  • Michelin Commander II Rear Motorcycle Tire

    Michelin Commander II Rear Motorcycle Tire

    Todd in Pennsylvania

    No better tire or place to buy

    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.

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  • Dunlop D401 Rear Motorcycle Tire

    Dunlop D401 Rear Motorcycle Tire

    Ricky in AZ

    Harley tire

    As always great product and great service

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  • Dunlop American Elite Rear Motorcycle Tire

    Dunlop American Elite Rear Motorcycle Tire

    Harvey in TN

    excellent tire

    Replaced customers original tire with this after about 14000 miles and a nail. Same tire the dealeership sells but without the Harley logo on it. Same compound, same longevity, same great handling. I'll be buying a lot more of these.

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  • Bridgestone Battlax Sport Touring T30 EVO Rear Motorcycle Tire

    Bridgestone Battlax Sport Touring T30 EVO Rear Motorcycle Tire

    John in Virginia

    Bridgestone T30 Evo Tire Review

    First, any new tire is going to seem much better than the worn out tire it replaced, and having said that, I continue to be impressed with the T30 Evo tires I have on my 1999 Suzuki Bandit 1200. At this point I have over 500 miles on them, and they have proven to be smooth tires on the highway, and they are very predictable and in turns, with no sense of abrupt transition changes in lean angles. Basically, there are no surprises, and that's fine with me I can't really address the T30 Evo versus the standard T30, with the Evo being advertised as having better wet weather performance, but the Evos seem to work well in rain, as well as those random sun-shaded wet patches in corners. I'll follow up as the mileage increases, but so far, on a heavy, somewhat primitive bike (by today's standards), the T30 Evos have made it a lot more fun to take on the twisties, and to ride on the highway enroute to the twisties...

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  • Metzeler ME888 Marathon Ultra Rear Motorcycle Tire

    Metzeler ME888 Marathon Ultra Rear Motorcycle Tire

    Mark in MO

    Fit perfect on 2001 Night Train

    Can't believe how fast it was shipped, Only took two days. Fit perfect, love the looks. Now to see what kind of service I get out of it.

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  • Pirelli MT66-Route Rear Motorcycle Tire

    Pirelli MT66-Route Rear Motorcycle Tire

    Christopher in OH

    Nothing glorious here.

    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.

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