Shinko 718 Motorcycle Tire

(Rear) Specifications and Options

Brand Shinko
Front / Rear -
Tire Size -
Rim Size -
Tube / Tubeless -
Bias / Radial -
Ply Rating -
Speed Rating -
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From a bicycle tires manufacturer in 1946, Shinko has grown and evolved into one of the biggest motorcycle tires manufacturer in the world. With R&D based in Osaka Japan and manufacturing based in Jinju City, South Korea, the brand Shinko has now grown into the number 1 selling brand in the USA.

Product Details

Shinko 718 Motorcycle Tire. The directional tread on this tire is design for excellent adhesion in both wet and dry conditions. Shinko uses an Aramid belt for added stability under high loads. This is an H-rated, tubeless, 4 ply nylon carcass. (21" tire is not 4-ply.)


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Shinko 718 Motorcycle Tire

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would buy this again

By mouse

from Cochise AZ

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Comments about Shinko 718 Motorcycle Tire:

For the price I've been getting about 10k miles out of these tires on my roadking. Cheaper but great product.

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Specifications and Options

Brand Shinko
Front / Rear Rear
Tire Size MT90-16
Rim Size 16
Tube / Tubeless Tubeless
Bias / Radial Radial
Ply Rating 4-Ply
Speed Rating H

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    I am thinking about trying this radial tire on the rear with a pirelli bias already on the front, would mixing radial and bias cause a problem?
    Asked on 6/1/2010 by Anonymous

    2 answers

    • Staff Reviewer


      Thanks for your question! Unfortunately you would not be able to run a radial with a bias tire, this can cause safety issues with the machine's handling.

      Answered on 6/8/2010 by Anonymous
    • A:

      the problem is radials require a wider rim so sizing changes or rim changes may be needed

      Answered on 10/1/2011 by anoneemouse from north little rock
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