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About Our Best 20" Motorcycle Tires

Terrain is Deciding Factor for 20" Motorcycle Tires

New tires can certainly boost your ATV or UTV performance, but it can be a confusing and sometimes frustrating process to get the right tires, especially if you’re new to the arena. There are many things to learn such as ply ratings, how the tire is constructed and types of treads, to name a few.

How and Where Will You Ride?

To help narrow the choices, think about where you’re going to be riding. Are you going to take it to the sand dunes or beach often? Race or otherwise push it to the limit? Ride through rocky terrain? For those in more northern climates with lots of snow and rain through the year, a mud/snow tire may be a good choice (be sure to swap them out in summer). If you’re not sure or want to experiment, perhaps an all-terrain tire will serve best.

Specific Tires for Specific Terrains

There are a variety of tires made for specific types of riding, just like there are many different shoes for certain activities, from running and walking to hiking, golfing and many other sports. ATV tires cover five general categories:

  • Sand: Rear tires typically have scoops or paddles for traction. Front tires generally are smoother to help increase flotation and keep you on top of the dunes.
  • All-terrain: Standard on many ATVs and UTVs, these lightweight tires are between two- and six-ply with a medium tread that works well in many terrains.
  • Rock and desert: Made to withstand sharp rocks and thorns, tires are six- or eight-ply. They sport a medium tread and added grip.
  • Mud and snow: These are heavy with super-large treads, deeper and wider than others to give you traction in slippery conditions.
  • Sport and race: Lightweight tires that provide a smooth ride and meant only for racing or course tracks. In general, they have a tight tread and low profile.

We’re Here to Help You

BikeBandit.com is your go-to supplier for tires to fit your ATV, UTV, motorcycle and more. You’ll find major tire manufacturers such as Ducati, Honda, Kawasaki and Polaris with the right tires for whatever you ride. Need help sorting things out? We offer a variety of free online guides to help you choose the tires with the features you want.

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