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Shinko is stepping up to be a major contender in the industry. You've probably seen Shinko Tires if you've followed U.S. Motorcycle drag racing; you too can enjoy the high quality and value of these performance tires. Shinko began producing bicycle tires in Japan back in 1946. In 1998, Shinko stepped into the motorcycle tire market when they purchased Yokohama Rubber Co. After years of research and development, Shinko now offers some of the most popular tires on the market.
Here at Rocky Mountain, we have Shinko brand tires for all types touring, racing, and cruising. Choose from our vast selection and save on these first-rate motorcycle tires.
Emery in TX
Thirteen hours and approximately 150miles in Colorado, so far....riding tough enduro, wet rock, and tacky soil. This thing hooks up well! Was concerned following initial inspection for carcass stiffness and knobbie softness. Is wearing slightly and no torn or lost side lugs. Run UHD tubes and was bashing thru the rock gardens with my tubliss buds and no tube pinch or rim bang. Very impressed with this tire! Will buy another once I return home. The price makes this an excellent value.Read All Reviews
Terry in IA
This Bridgestone T31 replaces a worn T31. The old tire lasted 8000 miles and was still usable, just not good enough for a planned trip.Read All Reviews