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Why would you run from store to store or spend hours searching online for Motorcycle Tires when you can find exactly what you need at Rocky Mountain ATV/MC? Quite simply, no one has the selection of motorcycle tires and street bike tires we have, at the prices we do. We carry top brands like Dunlop motorcycle tires, Michelin motorcycle tires, Bridgestone motorcycle tires and Metzeler motorcycle tires.
The kind of tire you need depends on the kind of riding you do. Will you be riding on or off the road? Will you be racing, cruising or touring for a long period of time? No matter what or where you’ll be riding, Rocky Mountain ATV/MC.com has the motorcycle tires and street bike tires you need and we’ve made it easy to find them on our website. For example, if you have a dirt bike, simply click on the “Dirt Bike” tab at the top of our website then click on the Dirt Bike Tires and Wheels” tab on the left which will take you to our “Tire Finder” section. Once you enter the make, model and year of your bike, a variety of bike tires will display for you to choose from. It’s just that easy.
We’re the experts on knowing which tires are required for the different types of riding. We know for sport bikes, a dual compound Z rated tire that provides an optimal grip when turning is ideal. If you love to cruise the strip or boulevard, tires with a heavier compound like the Michelin Commander II is best and if you’re a touring cyclist, make sure you choose street bike tires that will endure a lot of mileage and have a wider tread.
Don’t waste time and money searching for motorcycle tires and street bike tires that will fit your bike and are the best value. You can always rely on Rocky Mountain ATV/MC.com to have exactly what you need at low prices and fast shipping.
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
Larry in Tennessee
I have used Michelin tires for the entire 151,000 miles since I bought the bike new in 2003. First set was T-66's and the rest were Anakee, Anakee2 and Anakee3. Latest Anakee (the 3) has about the same traction characteristics as the previous Anakee and Anakee2, with the dirt performance being better. Mud and sand still the same. I bought the pair (front and rear) and mounted them at the same time, and ran the same tire pressure as the previous tires since 90+% of the riding is 2-up. There was less scalloping wear in the Anakee3, but instead of getting the 12,000+ miles that I have been getting on the previous tires, this one was down to the wear bands at 9500 miles. I replaced the front and it now has 4000+ miles and just recently had to change the rear tire which got nearly 13,000 miles. I will probably have to replace the front again before the rear wears out.Read All Reviews
Larry in Tennessee
I have put 151,000 miles on Michelin tires since I bought the GS in 2003. T-66's came stock and I went with Anakee's, Anakee2's and now the Anakee3. In my experience, this latest Anakee has some features that are better than the first two Anakee's, and some that are worse. Traction in both wet an dry are similar, with the Anakee2's being the best in my opinion. I always used the V-rated tires in all three models, and found that the Anakee3 has the best traction over tar snakes, especially in wet conditions. Mileage was about 20% better with the first one getting over 12,500 miles before it got down to the wear bands. The one issue that I don't like is the harmonic noise that you get between 35 and 45 miles per hour. It is the worst when the tire is new and goes away a little at a time until about 6000 miles when it seemed to be mostly gone. I have about 1500 miles on my latest tire and it seems to be doing it about the same. I know that it is a little more aggressive than the Anakee2 and is much better on dirt roads, with mud and sand performance being about the same in all three tires. I will probably replace the front with an Anakee3 when the time comes since I believe in running the same tire brand/model front and rear.Read All Reviews
mac in Washington
My bike came stock with BT016 Pro's and although I did consider switching them out for something different, I put a new set on. This tire does just about everything right and wears very well. With over 6.500 miles on the original rear tire, and subjected to all the power my bike puts down, these Battleaxes are have proved great for both the street and occasional track day. The service (lightening fast free shipping) and price I received from Jake Wilson has made me a lifetime customer.Read All Reviews