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KendaK329 Front/Rear Scooter Tire
$19.99 - $39.99 MSRP $21.99 - $49.99
(40 Reviews)
Kenda K329 Front - Rear Scooter Tire Performance style tread pattern Designed as a good balance between mileage and wet weather traction Tough 4-Ply construction Fitment Information: 2.50-10, 2.57...

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KendaK413 Front/Rear Scooter Tire
$19.99 - $40.99 MSRP $29.99 - $53.99
(48 Reviews)
Kenda K413 Front/Rear Scooter Tire Using a race inspired tread pattern, the Kenda K413 tire is the perfect choice for those who want to get the most out of their scooter. Built for quick, effortless h...

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MichelinGazelle M62 Moped Tire
$19.99 - $32.99 MSRP $33.95 - $53.95
(43 Reviews)
Michelin Gazelle M62 Moped Tire Special rubber compound helps ensure exceptional durability and low operating costs Highly resistant to most tread cuts and casing damage Designed for precise steerin...

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PirelliSL 26 Performance Front/Rear Scooter Tire
$32.99 - $58.99 MSRP $42.95 - $82.95
(61 Reviews)
Pirelli SL 26 Performance Front/Rear Scooter Tire A modern sport-oriented tread pattern with the hook of a high-performance motorcycle tire Designed to give superb handling, a high level of grip and ...

Motorcycle Superstore's Scooter Tire Department

Small in size and loaded with technology, today’s scooter tires are every bit the equal of their larger brethren. Motorcycle Superstore carries brands like Pirelli, Dunlop, Kenda, Michelin and Bridgestone that have brought the latest wet weather and racing performance to the scooter world. From slick city streets to the rough slab of the interstate, these tires will provide you with the grip and mileage you’ve been wanting. And don’t forget to check out our Preferred Installer program that lets you have your scooter tires shipped directly to a service shop in your area for mounting and installation.

Latest Reviews

Daniel (Oklahoma City, OK)

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Great tire

I only have 400 miles on this tire as a rear tire, but it feels good so far. Many of my friends have also had very good experiences with this tire. It's hard to rate the tread life because I only have 400 miles. It feels like it has good grip, and the tread sheds water well in wet conditions.

Sam (Columbia, SC)

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Good Inexpensive Tire

This Shinko is made in Japan and I don't have to go into how they make products these days. This company is really Yokahoma so if you know anything about tires that explains itself. Do yourself and your wallet a favor and check these out. And no I am not a paid announcer (wish I was) you will not be disappointed. Hey if it won't balance swap it out and if after a few swaps go to another style as we all know there are bad batches in every run.

Don (Garden Grove, CA)

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Shinok 2.25x16 Tires

I have been very pleased with these tires. I have a few A2B bikes that come with the standard K tires. After getting many flats, I put these Shinkos on them and I'm blown away at how nice these tires are. For the money you can't beat them. My wife is also very pleased with the Shinkos. If your an A2B owner these are the tires to put on. Your K tires size is 3.0 x 20 from the factory, you should order 2.25x16 in the Shinko tire. Also get yourself the proper tire tools, steel not plastic, it will take your mounting job from very difficult to pretty easy. Front tire should take about 10 minutes, back tire about half an hour to 45 min. Don't use a screw driver it will only damage your rim or put a hole in your tube. Order about 3 bike Pry Bar Steel Tire Repair Tools.

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