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Motorcycle Tires

Grip, grab, slide and skid — motorcycle tires are designed to do it all without complaint. You’ll need to pick the right round tool for the job, of course, but that’s where we can help. Cycle Gear’s huge selection of motorcycle tires for sale allows you to shop online, consult our customer service department to ensure fit, and even have the tires installed in person (more on that later). There’s a vast array of tire types, intended uses, tread designs, heights, widths, plies and plenty of other specifications. We highly recommend reading up on this thorough dive into motorcycle tires. Not sure when to change your tires or how long the average tire lasts? Learn the answers at the previous link and gain some additional insight below. Once you’re ready to do some shopping online and slip new shoes on your bike, Cycle Gear is standing by.

Shopping for discount UTV and ATV tires or motorcycle tires online is undoubtedly the easiest way to find the correct fit. The majority of tires on the market today will have a code that tells you such things as speed rating, load rating, rim diameter, aspect ratio and section width. Some of these parameters must meet manufacturer recommendations (and as a result, that’s what Cycle Gear will suggest) while others are going to be dictated by the rim you’re fitting the tires to. Sticking to these specs will almost always give you a tire that fits right the first time. Of course, you can consult tire reviews to see how others have felt about the products but everyone’s riding style is a bit different. Consulting reviews goes for discount UTV and ATV tires, too, so be sure to check around for the latest opinion then find sets for less here at Cycle Gear.

FAQs on Motorcycle Tires

As a leading motorcycle tire store, we’ve compiled a few of the questions we hear most often in hopes of helping fellow riders find what they’re looking for.

  • “How long do motorcycle tires last?”
If you’re looking for the longest-lasting motorcycle tire, the answer is a bit more complicated than that. We would recommend that five-year-old tires be inspected by a professional while anything near a decade simply be replaced. Even unused tires have a shelf life so something that’s touted as “new old stock” and feels like a bargain might not be worth it in the long run. Don't shortchange yourself when it comes to safety.

  • “When should I change motorcycle tires?”
When in doubt, swap ‘em out. That’s the short version of diving into manufacture date, dry-rotted rubber or visible damage. You should find a new pair of tires if you suspect the current ones are either too old to be dependable or too damaged to be safe. Worn tires are generally those showing tread wear indicators or having less than 2/32 of an inch of tread left.

  • “What are high-mileage motorcycle tires?”
Looking for long-lasting tires can save you some cash in certain scenarios. A high-mileage tire is just another way of describing touring tires which, as the name suggests, are meant to last the greatest number of miles. They are meant for V-Twins, other cruisers and a wide variety of street bikes so it’s likely there’s an option from well-known brands like Bridgestone, Continental, Pirelli and more.

  • “Are my tires tubeless?”
While not always immediately apparent from looking at the tire alone, tubeless motorcycle tires are a widespread option for most riders today. A typical spoked rim seen on dirt bikes is unlikely to employ a tubeless tire, as air will leak from the spoke nipples. This means there's probably a tube hiding in there. However, cast rims are a perfect match for the car-like tubeless tires. What’s more, it’s straightforward to plug a puncture compared to popping the tires off the bead to replace an entire tube.

In-Store Mounting

You’ve found motorcycle tires near you, read up on the reviews and are ready to put them on. Cycle Gear’s approximately 160 storefronts across the US are well-known motorcycle tire stores. We proudly offer tire mounting, balancing and tube changes for tires bought in-store, online, or from other vendors. Install prices and wait times will vary, but you can learn more about this service here!

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