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MichelinPilot Road 3 Rear Tire
$162.99 - $237.99 MSRP $257.95 - $370.95
(164 Reviews)
Michelin Pilot Road 3 Rear Tire Dual-compound sport touring tubeless radial Revolutionary X Sipe technology delivers all-weather performance without compromising tread life or handling 2CT two compou...

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DunlopSportmax Q2 Rear Tire
$129.99 - $184.99 MSRP $204.95 - $345.95
(200 Reviews)
Dunlop Sportmax Q2 Rear Tire The new Q2 incorporates race-tested advancements that add up to a vastly superior tire equally at home on the street or the track. Intuitive Response Profile (IRP) techno...

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BridgestoneBattlax BT-023 Sport Touring Rear Tire
$52.95 - $156.99 MSRP $52.95 - $489.95
(65 Reviews)
Bridgestone Battlax BT-023 Sport Touring Rear TireFull spec sport touring radial offering consistent performance between touring and sport riding New tread pattern and rubber compound deliver long mil...

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PirelliDiablo Rosso II Rear Tire
$121.87 - $191.87 MSRP $184.95 - $293.95
(48 Reviews)
Pirelli Diablo Rosso II Rear TirePirelli 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 confidence...

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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

Steve W. (Mansfield, TX)

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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, TX)

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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, CA)

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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, CA)

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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, NY)

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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, LA)

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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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