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As a motorcycle rider, you know the importance of good tires on your bike. Other than your skill, nothing will have a greater impact on your safety as you cruise down the road. If you want to ride with the confidence that you are using quality tires designed with the technology to give you the best traction in any condition, then look no further. Rocky Mountain ATV/MC has the tires for you.
We carry a wide variety of cruiser motorcycle tires in a vast range of sizes to accommodate your specific needs. We supply tires from trusted tire brands such as:
For tires with tread patterns specifically designed for stability and to provide excellent grip for cornering and to grab the road in both wet and dry conditions, check out our selection today!
Steve in Washington
I only have 2-3K on these so far and so far, they don't show hardly any wear. The tires roll into turns effortlessly and stick like glue. Even in the rain, they seem to leave a dry patch for all the water they moved. Handling is fantastic, they grip the pavement very well wet or dry, increasing my sense of confidence with every turn. The ride is smooth and quiet. If I get near the 20K I got out of my OEW Dunlops I'll be thrilled though the difference in handling, smoothness and noise, I might be ok with 2/3 the mileage.Read All Reviews
Mike in ID
My previous tire was a Dunlop 240/40; the Avon 250 fits with no problems, looks better and handles better. The only question at this point is the durability. I have a friend who has been running this tire on his 2009 Muscle and he has had better durability with this than stock, so I expect similar results.Read All Reviews
David in Florida
Total confidence in the Pirelli MT66 tire. 20,155 odometer reading when installed on 12/27/2010 32,487 odometer reading when replaced on 03/21/2015. No issues until worn out, you will know they are worn out the first time you get that " pucker factor" on a gouge/ripple in the road. 12,000+ miles is good enough for me. Let me know whats better and I may try them.Read All Reviews