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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...


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...


MichelinGazelle M62 Moped Tire
$24.99 - $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...


PirelliSL 26 Performance Front/Rear Scooter Tire
$32.99 - $58.99 MSRP $42.95 - $82.95
(62 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

David (Pasadena, TX)



I was truly amazed. They worked as advertised. You have to get them all the way in, but then just a few attempts breaks the bead. Way faster and easier than any other method I have used.

wayne (titusville, FL)

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Bridgestone Hoop

The tire has only been on for about 4 weeks and so far I am very happy with it. Has good traction on wet or dry pavement. Cannot tell about the tread life yet.

Ken (Bellingham, WA)

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Tire Irons

Worked great. Don't waste money on the giant version, this size is by far the best way to go. Buy 3 as 2 is not enough to do the job correct. 3 is easy if you watch a few videos online.

Scott (Layton, UT)

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Wet Traction
Tread life


We waited until it was warm enough to ride before we had the tires installed. I had them installed last Monday (April 7th). I went for a long ride today (over 30 miles) and the Shinkos were smooth riding. So far I am very satisfied with the new tires. The price was good and the shipping was very fast.

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