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Whether you’re on the track, commuting to work or cruising the drag, your sportbike tires need to be ready for anything. Today’s tires look better than ever, exhibiting a sleek, refined appearance. The tread pattern is designed to convey an elegant – yet focused – approach. From the extravagant to the classical, there’s a tire for every style of rider.
Of course, while no one can deny the visual appeal of today’s sportbike tires, everyone knows that’s only half the story. The real value in a tire lies not in its looks, but in its performance. Does it give you the necessary traction to accelerate and stop at an elite level? Does it deliver enhanced cornering ability to carve sharper corners? These tires are all about providing the handling that you expect from a sportbike. And quite frankly, without the right tires, what’s the point?
We carry the brands you’d expect to see – names which are renowned for their high quality tires. Here are just a few of our most popular options:• Dunlop
Whether you need to be on the cutting edge of race tire technology or just want to outfit an older bike with traditional (yet reliable) tires, you’ll find what you need for your sportbike here. (If you’d like to see our entire selection of motorcycle tires, click here.) Browse our selection; you’re sure to find something to satisfy your craving for the best sportbike tires available.
DAVID in CA
Yeah good ole tire for the twistsRead All Reviews
DAVID in CA
Hooks up great never any close calls when twistinRead All Reviews
Nelson in Florida
I ride every week day on my Hayabusa 1340. I get been through many different types of tires. The Michelin Pilot Power 3 tires are the best overall tire I have tried and I like have control as well as lean it some times as well. I have gotten 14,000 miles every time out of these tires. That's double of what you might get on a softer tire like the pilot sport tires there great tires yes but if you want distance and tires are expensive when you need to replace then ever 7,000 miles. I have 76,000 miles On my Busa so I have a little experience and I just wanted to share it with you all. Ride safe guys and god bless you all.Read All Reviews
christopher in OR
Just installed a 180/55 r17 tire on my Yamaha FZ1. It looks and handles great. The incredibly deep siping is amazing on wet roads. If this tire wears like it is advertised to it will be an amazing value and definite 5 star rating. I have put on 500 miles so far with no issues and superb handling. I have now put 10,000 miles mild to spirited riding on this rear tire and it is still looking great! I would estimate it still has about half the tread remaining. It looks like I can easily get 15-20,000 miles out of these on a 550lb Liter bike. Very Impressive wear and performance on dry and wet pavement. This is a great tire. Although it is a little spendy, the mileage I am seeing makes it cheaper overall. Highly recommend.Read All Reviews
WAYNE in CA
I got over 8,000 miles out of this tire and the only reason I had to replace it was because I ran over a nail at 6,000 miles....ran it with a plug for 2,000 miles (probably not recommended). It could have easily gone 10,000 miles!Read All Reviews