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Michelin
Pilot Road 4 Rear Tire
$270.95 - $330.95
$174.41 - $199.99
You save up to $130.96 (40%)
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Michelin Pilot Road 4 Rear TireSuperior wet-weather performance: Stops 17% shorter than the leading sport-touring tire competitors on wet pavement and 24% shorter on slippery wet surfaces** Last longe...
Dunlop
Sportmax Q3 Rear Tire
$204.95 - $290.95
$132.99 - $182.99
You save up to $107.96 (37%)
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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 tens...
Pirelli
Diablo Rosso II Rear Tire
$184.90 - $272.90
$124.99 - $181.50
You save up to $91.40 (33%)
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Pirelli Diablo Rosso II Rear Tire Pirelli is setting the new standard with the Diablo Rosso II rear motorcycle tire. New and updated features give this tire excellent grip, great mileage and confidenc...

Motorcycle Superstore's Street Bike Tire Department

Like the critical final puzzle piece of the motorcycle, your tires let you lay the power down, sharpen the handling and maintain control in the wet. No matter if you’re a sportbike rider, long distance touring rider or daily commuter, Motorcycle Superstore and the street bike tires department has a selection that covers the wide range of motorcycle riding styles. Single compound, dual compound, all weather and track ready, the tires from Pirelli, Dunlop, Michelin, Metzeler and Shinko will let you ride smoothly, decrease braking distances and enjoy the street bike ride infinitely more.

Latest Reviews

Bill (Goodyear, AZ)

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Michelin Pilot Activ

This tire does very well on the front of my 2003 GL1800 Trike. The first one lasted 17,000 miles. Had to install a Dunlop in Sturgis because they were out of the Michelin and it only lasted 9,000 miles. So needless to say it is Michelin Pilot Activ on the trike. I have traveled over 2 million miles in a car as a sales rep and it has always been Michelin under me. I think I might have used my spare twice in 45 years of travel, pretty good record for my tires.

Thomas (Salt Lake City, UT)

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All around great.

When I bought this I was told they would have great grip but a shorter lifespan. I have already put about a thousand miles on them and they seem to look no different, even the little pokey things are still on it. I will be buying this again for sure.

Gregory (Everett, WA)

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Michelin PR4 GT.

I just replaced my OEM Bridgestone tires with PR4's. Like any new tires they feel much better and it seems like the ride became much smoother. It also made the cornering of my R1200RT feel easier. Motorcycle Superstore service was quick and painless.

vince (vernonia, OR)

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shinko 230 rear

Recently rode 2,200 miles to a rally and back on a 1980 GS 1100L. The Shinko 230 gave very good grip and stability at all speeds. I measured the tread depth, a new tire, before I left and re-measured when I returned. Half of the rubber at the crown of the tire was worn away. To be fair, the last 600 miles was blasting on the freeway which is not conducive to tread life. I would recommend these tires at this time, wear withstanding.

R B (abilene, TX)

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Shinko SE890 Journey Touring Radial Rear Tire

Went on Dark-side years back with a Dunlop run flat for my Yamaha V-star 1300T. Ran for 30,000 miles before it needed a replacement. Had a Shinko tire on the front and was pleased with the handling so I went oversized 180/70-16 on the rear to correct speedometer error. On the highway bike runs like it's on rails and carves the curves like I was on the straight ways. I wish I had bought this instead of the Run Flat. My speedometer is dead on and the engine runs slower at 75.

Rich (Bothell, WA)

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A fine little tool

I had a flat in the back country recently. I was by myself and struggling to get the new tube stem through the rim. A fellow rider returned and helped. He had a tool like this. Since then, I bought this tool and changed both tire. This thing is really handy and not very expensive. Last week I was riding and let somebody else use it. They now covet it.

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