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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 Queensland
Had a good ride with the front and rear I purchased. Got 17000km from the rear, was surprised at that. Not hard riding more long rides, 500km to 5500km. A lot two-up with gear. Kept its shape well, just flattened out later in its life. Stuck well to the road. Happy.Read All Reviews
Carl in UT
Bought a matching front and rear set. Provide great traction and show little wear after 600 miles. So far, so good.Read All Reviews
Pete in Pennsylvania
First, my bike is a VZR1800 / M109R, not an S50, but that was not an available option. The 250/40VR-18 is a great tire. Very grippy, and no high speed shakes like the Dunlop Elite III has. I've never run a Metzler to compare it to, but I understand that these outwear the Metzler's significantly. I got two full seasons out of this tire. It's still not worn out, but I am very close to the wear bars and I am going on a couple of trips, so I am replacing it just to be safe. I run balancing beads in my tires, and with them, there is zero vibration. All in all, I think this is a great tire for the M109R. I know a lot of people like the fattest tire they can buy that fits properly on a stock rim, and this is not the tire if you want that. The Elite III 250 is the fattest, followed by the Metzler ME880 260, and this brings up the rear. Still, I like this one better than the Dunlop, especially if the roads are wet. I am rating this 4 stars because it does not wear as well as the Elite III, but it's a better tire in every other way. Recommended.Read All Reviews