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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.
Michael in AZ
Use them on both our Softails. Performance basically the same as OEM Dunlop tires, but last longer.Read All Reviews
Steven in IL
I installed a set of the Big Block on my KTM 390 Adventure prior to a trip to Moab, UT. They provided much better off-road traction than the stock tires on the sandy and rocky soil there. They feel slightly loose on pavement but not enough to be scary. My professional guide in Utah said that he had ridden the same model KTM with the stock tires and the Kenda's made a huge difference off-road after he rode mine. That's a good thing since he is the one that recommended them. I don't have a lot of miles on them yet but I am seeing noticeable wear, most likely from the pavement sections between trails.Read All Reviews
Rick in CA
Motoz Tractionator GPS tires have proven to be the best on/off road combo for me. In 50:50 mode they provide excellent traction in dirt and sand while providing a comfortable ride on the pavement including twistys!Read All Reviews
Paul in CO
Very pleased with this tire. I use it for street riding and track days. Lower priced than the new Q5.Read All Reviews
Wes in CA
They're a fantastic hypersport canyon rider tire...Great if you're doing your first track-day as well. Though they turn-in and handle slower than the RS11, Ill run the S22 in the colder months do to the higher silica content and faster warm up times. I can squeeze about 2200-2300 miles out of a rear(all canyon riding, not commuting). Bridgestone recommends F. 33 PSI and R. 30 PSI for fast canyon and track riding.Read All Reviews
David in UT
Needed to replace my worn rear tire on my Street Glide. Having used Michelins on my previous bike and loving them, the choice was clear! Although the price is a little hard to take the performance and durability of this tire more than make up for it. I'd recommend this tire to anyone with a heavy Touring bike!Read All Reviews