Michelin Commander Cruiser Rear Tire

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Michelin Commander Cruiser Rear Tire
  • Developed and tested by and for American riders. Test riders logged more than half a million miles on U.S. roads
  • Each front Commander tire size is tailored to the unique handling characteristics of each bike by a combination of profile and casing designs
  • Rayon carcass ply instead of polyester for a compliant ride and stable handling
  • Aramid belts in the rear Commander, instead of less costly fiberglass, controls the centrifugal growth on the tire allowing a large contact patch, excellent traction and even wear
  • H-rated for speeds up to 130 mph


  • Approved Harley-Davidson fitments:

  • Fits '81-'03 FL Touring, FLSTC, FLSTF, FLSTS (except '03 FLSTS), '95-'02 FXSTC, FXSTS and '81-'03 CLE and TLE/Ultra Sidecar models


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Commander Big Twin

Have this tire on a Kawasaki Nomad. Put 4000mi. on tire and it looks as if it can go another 4000mi. Only got 5000mi. total out of the stock "stone" tire. Bald as a baby's ***

Bob M. - August 09, 2007

(Nicholson, CA)

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Michelin Commander

I have had the Commanders on my Fatboy and Road King. I was a Metzler fan for years, but I have to say that the Michelin Commanders are better in every phase of riding. I'm especially amazed at how well they hold the line in high speed, tight twisties and still get great mileage! I have 7K on the rear of my 95" Stage 3 Roadie and it looks like it will go another 7K easy (which is saying a lot for a 95" motor that likes to scoot!). Sincerely, Bob Simpson

Bob Simpson - August 09, 2007

(Sheridan, Prince Edw)

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Michellen Commander 140/90-15

I have ridden a Boss Hoss for many miles over the years. I am very specific and demanding on what I like best for control for all my bikes that I am blessed to ride. The Michelin Commander 140/90-15 application on the front rim of the Boss allows for better control, traction and mileage longevity.

Brad Isberner - August 09, 2007

(St. Cloud , CA)

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Michelin Commander: 170/80-15

I've had this tire on my V-Star 1100 for about 300 miles. Rides smooth and handles great. Looking forward to some excellent mileage. Got nearly 8k out of the stock Bridgestone, but I'm expecting more out of this one!

Sid B. - August 09, 2007

(Simpsonville, British Co)

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Michelin Commander Cruiser Rear Tire

So far so good. Handles a lot better than the Dunlops that were on there and hopefully will give more than 8k miles. I have them on a Yamaha V-Star 1100 Classic 2002.

Ron - August 09, 2007

(Lexington, Nova Scoti)

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Michelin Commander Cruiser Rear Tire

I own a 2002 Kawasaki Voyager XII. I've put 104K miles on the bike. In that time I've had the original Dunlops, Dunlop Elite, and the Michelin Commanders. The Commanders wear very well but you do loose some grip because of the compound; however, they grip better than the Dunlop Elites that I used to have. This is my second set of Commanders. For wear I give these tires 5 stars.

Rafael Munoz - August 09, 2007

(Riverside, Nova Scoti)

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Lifesaver!

Replaced my worn-out rear Dunlop with a Commander. Got three miles on my break-in run when I was cut off by a teenage driver. My bike went into a slide: My choices were a ditch or her car. The tire gave me a third option: It gripped the road like glue, slowed me way down, and helped may stay upright! Missed the car by a foot. Got back on today and got to really ride. What a great tire. It rides smooth, leans great and just handles well. I am now a one brand man.

Bill Dargavel - September 01, 2007

(Greenville, MS)

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michelin commander

Great tire, fast shipping, good price thanks.

ed chapman - October 03, 2007

(owosso, MI)

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Best tire on the market !

I had always rode on Dunlop tires and averaged between 6,000 to 8,0000 miles usually closer to 6. The first set of Michelins I tried I got over 12,000 and cost less money. The grip on the road is better and they perform better in wet and cold. I’m on my second set with over 9,000 miles with plenty of tread left. will never buy any other tire for my bike.

Tim - July 14, 2008

(Belton, SC)

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Great tire, Great buy!

Holds the road and doesn't loose traction.

Mike Rice - August 18, 2008

(Mission, TX)

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Michelin Commanders

Excellent tires.

Rem - September 16, 2008

(Eagle Rock, MO)

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Commander Rocks on 2002 Springer Custom

I've ridden Dunlop’s for years but this time I decided to go with the Michelin Commander. I now have over 11,000 worry free miles and expect 1-2K more before replacement. This tire is better in every category than Dunlop especially confidence inspiring in wet and dry cornering and braking. They also don't follow road seams and snakes nearly as badly as Dunlop does (I have a commander on the front 21" also). Highly recommend!

Todd - November 11, 2008

(WAldorf, MD)

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Why doesn't the factory use these?

This is by far the best all-around tire that I have come across in 28+ years of riding. I put it on my 2006 Road Star-- now I have dragged my exhaust pipe three times, it sticks and handles good--maybe too good? Straight-line stability is excellent, too, and has a very plush ride. Rides better than Dunlops, handles better than Bridgestones, wears better than any tire I have used except for Continental Milestones, which wore like iron, but had traction to match! No noise from it that I can hear, either. Match it up with the front tire to get the best benefit. You won't be sorry!!

Norman Westbrook - November 11, 2008

(Bismarck, ND)

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Michelin - Commander Cruiser Rear Tire

What can I say other than I got a good 11,000 trouble free miles out of this tire and still have not hit the wear bars! Rode this one 2100 miles to Milwaukee and even on gravel roads it never fails! You might get a few more miles out of a Dunflop but never the confidence and control this excellent tire provides. I have a new one in the garage ready to go on soon!!

Todd - January 21, 2009

(Waldorf, MD)

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Micelin cruiser rear tire

As always my order arrived when they said it would, this is my second order for tires from the Superstore. Could not ask for anymore. Thanks

James - April 03, 2009

(Warrenton, GA)

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