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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.
Pascal in CA
Thought I might be going cheap getting these tires but overall they have been excellent on dry and wet roads. I feel confidence to make tight turns on streets as it always has been planted and firm. I have 3000 miles on the tires and they are barely showing any wear. Will get them again when ready to replace tires.Read All Reviews
Troy in IA
On road is great. Hard pack and gravel is very good. Loose dirt is just ok. Haven't been in mud yet but don't expect anything great there. Will definitely buy again if they wear well. Only have a few hundred miles on as of now.Read All Reviews
Steven in IL
Worked very well off-road in Moab but is slightly loose felling on pavement but not enough to be of a concern.Read All Reviews
Robert in UT
I run American Elites on all my Harleys. I typically get about 12,500 miles on a set of these tires. I always change them out in sets. I really like the handling and ride that the tire gives. They are a great tire for the money!Read All Reviews
Jeff in CO
Great grip, no surprises, no bad habits. Easy turn-in with a sporty profile. Wearing well (evenly), but I've only got 2K miles on them so far, so I can't give a mileage estimate. I'll be buying the front to match. I'm running 36-37 psi in the rear, depending on what's in my luggage. I've been caught out in the wet and had no issues.Read All Reviews
Brandon in PA
Grips great. Used this tire 4 or 5 times in a row. Don't get amazing miles but it gripped in some tight far leaning cornersRead All Reviews