IRC Roadwinner RX-01 Motorcycle Tire. Sport bike tire combines narrow and wide grooves to provide flexible tread surface for superior road handling and wet road traction. Stronger casing construction provides better straight-line stability. Tubeless.
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Nice bang for the buck
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Comments about IRC Roadwinner RX-01 Motorcycle Tire:
Excellent tires for the price, I have had this tires for about 5 months in my Yamaha XJ600s commuter. Never heard of this brand before but I tried them because of their price and good reviews, they have worked nicely on dry and wet street and seems to last long, they feel smooth but stick very well even under emergency braking. Pretty looking treads as well.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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By Ninja Girl
from Nova Scotia, Canada
I LOVE THESE TIRES. I use them to commute and for fun. I have a 2011 Ninja 250 with 11,500 kms and only used about 75% tread on back tire and 50% on front. I needed to replace the the back tire only because there is a nail in it. When I called for pricing I couldn't believe how inexpensive they were. I take corners pretty hard and these tires stick and are great in the rain. Don't judge these tires by the price. They are not a cheaply made tire.
from Raleigh, NC
I bought the rear tire for my 2006 Kawasaki Ninja 500 and it's wonderful. A definite improvement over the stock tire. I've ridden a couple hundred miles on it now and it's feeling great.
A good tire and a good deal
from La Canada, CA
I got a rear IRC Roadwinner RX-01 for my 2006 Ninja 500 and racked up 14K miles before it wore down to the wear markers. The stock rear Bridgestone went about the same distance (15K), although in fairness a lot of that was with a passenger and most of the riding on the IRC was solo. The IRC seems a little softer and sticks a little better than the Bridgestone. It handled well and was good in the wet too. Now that my front Bridgestone is finally worn out I'm planning on getting a set of these IRCs. They cost less than the Bridgestones and the IRC is a better tire overall. I ride 250+ miles a week. I don't drag my knee (yet) but I do corner fairly hard sometimes, so I like these tires that stick well but still last a long time. Also Bikebandit's been great and has a great website - loyal customer here.
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