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MetzelerME 888 Marathon Ultra Rear Tire
$137.99 - $189.99 MSRP $203.95 - $285.95
(33 Reviews)
Metzeler ME888 Marathon Ultra Rear Tire Ultra high mileage coupled with Metzeler performance and handling Developed in Germany for the roads of America Specifically designed for custom touring bikes T...

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MetzelerME 888 Marathon Ultra Front Tire
$106.99 - $142.99 MSRP $177.95 - $211.95
(11 Reviews)
Metzeler ME888 Marathon Ultra Front Tire Ultra high mileage coupled with Metzeler performance and handling Developed in Germany for the roads of America Specifically designed for custom touring bikes ...

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DunlopSportmax Q3 Rear Tire
$129.99 - $185.99 MSRP $204.95 - $290.95
(24 Reviews)
Dunlop Sportmax Q3 Rear Tire Carbon Fiber Technology (CFT) incorporates a carbon fiber reinforcement element in the Sportmax Q3 tire sidewalls. The many attributes of carbon fiber allow for high tensi...

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DunlopSportmax Q3 Front Tire
$105.99 - $112.99 MSRP $165.95 - $170.95
(18 Reviews)
Dunlop Sportmax Q3 Front Tire Carbon Fiber Technology (CFT) incorporates a carbon fiber reinforcement element in the Sportmax Q3 tire sidewalls. The many attributes of carbon fiber allow for high tens...

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MichelinCommander II Cruiser Rear Tire
$122.99 - $214.99 MSRP $194.95 - $345.95
(365 Reviews)
Michelin Commander II Cruiser Rear Tire The Michelin Commander II tire combines a great brand with an excellent product that exceeds cruiser segment expectations. The Commander II provides unmatched l...

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MichelinCommander II Cruiser Front Tire
$98.99 - $165.99 MSRP $156.95 - $268.95
(235 Reviews)
Michelin Commander II Cruiser Front Tire The Michelin Commander II tire combines a great brand with an excellent product that exceeds cruiser segment expectations. The Commander II provides unmatched ...

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DunlopD404 Metric Cruiser Rear Tire
$89.99 - $131.99 MSRP $142.23 - $212.29
(475 Reviews)
Dunlop D404 Metric Cruiser Rear Tire Expanded size range fits many older bikes and modern cruisers Tread compound delivers excellent balance of mileage and grip Front and rear tread patterns designe...

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DunlopD404 Metric Cruiser Front Tire
$75.99 - $134.99 MSRP $116.94 - $210.53
(268 Reviews)
Dunlop D404 Metric Cruiser Front Tire Expanded size range fits many older bikes and modern cruisers Tread compound delivers excellent balance of mileage and grip Front and rear tread patterns design...

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Shinko230 Tour Master Rear Tire
$66.99 - $85.99 MSRP $92.95 - $121.95
(298 Reviews)
Shinko 230 Tour Master Rear Tire Designed for long distance, high speed riding Aramid belted Staggered tread design offers a quiet ride with excellent handling Tubeless, 4-ply design V-rated for spe...

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Shinko230 Tour Master Front Tire
$44.99 - $85.99 MSRP $64.95 - $124.95
(271 Reviews)
Shinko 230 Tour Master Front Tire Designed for long distance, high speed riding Aramid belted Staggered tread design offers a quiet ride with excellent handling Tubeless, 4-ply design V-rated for sp...

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DunlopMX51 Geomax Intermediate Rear Tire
$30.99 - $87.99 MSRP $50.36 - $144.90
(79 Reviews)
Dunlop Geomax MX51 Intermediate Terrain Rear Tire Chiseled shoulder block shape improves side traction and makes traversing ruts easier. This tapered shape facilitates knob penetration through soft su...

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DunlopMX51FA Geomax Intermediate Front Tire
$76.99 - $79.99 MSRP $117.37 - $120.31
(1 Reviews)
Dunlop MX51FA Geomax Intermediate Front Tire New MX51FA Fronts were developed in the heat of the 2012 AMA Supercross Championship. Lighter, more nimble handling, the MX51FA enhances stability in harde...

Motorcycle Superstore is your two-wheel destination for all things motorcycle tires. Here you'll find a wide assortment from street to dirt. As one of the most overlooked components of the bike, your tires play a significant role in handling and stability. If your tread is low or your rubber resembles a drag slick, then it is probably time to replace and upgrade. There are many different tires on the market, and finding the right one for your riding style and bike can be difficult. Below are a few guidelines to help you shop for the perfect set of motorcycle tires.

Sportbike Tires- Sportbike tires are made for the aggressive riders who have a need for speed. Designed to work for both street and track days, there tires can get low and go fast, all while providing excellent grip and feel.

Sport Touring- These tires are perfect for riders who spend most of their time in the back roads and on those old highways. With great traction in both wet and dry conditions, sport touring tires are extremely versatile.

Adventure Touring Tires- For the adventurous type, these tires will help take you any where on the map. Touring tires work great on the street, and can hold their own on fire roads and light off roading. With more of a knobby style side tread, these tires will hook up well in the dirt or gravel, but provide a smooth ride on smoother surfaces.

Dual Sport Tires- If your riding takes you off road more than on road, than dual sport tires are perfect for you. With full-fledged knobbies, these will take you up any mountain or trail and get you back on the road and headed home.

Motocross Tires- Ready for the track or trail, dirt bike and motocross tires are perfect for the all off road rider. Whether you are into nasty single track, or into airing tables, a fresh motocross tire will dig in and hook up.

As you may know, motorcycle tires come in many different styles and brands like Dunlop, Bridgestone, Pirelli, Metzeler, and Michelin try to have a large variety to fit every type of rider. So if you ride in wet and cold conditions, or ride in the sand, you'll find fine tuned models right here. Be sure to sure to use our tire finder to see what fits your exact bike. And always feel free to give our friendly tire experts a call.

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Latest Reviews - Motorcycle Tire

Steve W. (Mansfield)

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Recommend

Working so far.

I'm using it in the front tire (Bridgestone 90/110 19). At any speed, I can tell the difference in smoothness and stability while turning or going a little too fast straight ahead.

Trey (Austin)

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Only tire I'll ever use

These tires are the only tires I will put on my R6. I had the 2s before the pair I have now. I didn't know if they could beat that tire but the 3s made me a believer. They grip like they should on every corner and in the rain it's like nothing I have been on before. These tires were made for street bikes if you have one I would recommend a pair of these.

Dennis (Murrieta)

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Triumph Trophy OEM's

Great high mileage tire. I have nearly 15,000 miles on the original set that came on my 2013 Triumph Trophy so I bought another set! I mainly commute to and from on the freeway and don't have much chance any longer to drive the twisties so I can't say much about that, but they are snappy when you need it. No complaints about these tires.

Dennis (Murrieta)

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Triumph Trophy OEM's

Great high mileage tire. I have nearly 15,000 miles on the original set that came on my 2013 Triumph Trophy so I bought another set! I mainly commute to and from on the freeway and don't have much chance any longer to drive the twisties so I can't say much about that, but they are snappy when you need it. No complaints about these tires.

D.E. (JOHNSON CITY)

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trackday/street tires

The Dunlop Q3 is the closest I've used to the GP tire. They handle very well, warm up quickly and keep stable even at a trackday pace. Will definitely buy these again!

Raymond (Baton Rouge)

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Best tire for FJR 1300

I am very happy with the initial perfomance of this new tire. I also have the identical matching front GT tire. My 2007 FJR seems to handle even better than before. I hope to get great mileage out of these.

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