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About Our Best 26" Motorcycle Tires

Stay Safe by Replacing 26" Motorcycle Tires When Needed

You’ve waited all winter, and now it’s finally warm enough to start riding your motorcycle again. Like any smart rider, you roll your bike out of the garage to give it the once-over after its long winter rest. That’s when you notice the flat tire, and that’s when you start hoping it’s something you can easily fix. Stop a moment and consider whether it’s something you want to just “repair.”

Motorcycle tires are usually rated for speed. The rating doesn’t apply, however, when a tire is repaired. It may or may not be able to handle the speed for which it is originally rated. Your tires play a significant role in keeping you safe, and you must be able to rely on them whatever speed you’re going. Do you want to chance it?

Tire Damage That Requires Replacement

The safest option for any motorcyclist is to think of tire repair as a temporary fix until you can get a new tire mounted. Along with flats, there are many ways a tire can be damaged. You should replace a tire with any of these problems:

  • Cuts, slices and other cuts
  • Unrepairable damage
  • Sidewall puncture
  • More than 10 years old
  • Extreme feathering or cupping
  • Punctures more than 0.25 inches in size
  • Displaying tread-wear indicators or missing tread blocks
  • Heavy wearing resulting in tread that is thinner than 1/16 of an inch in any spot
  • Tires used with very low pressure exhibit a ring that appears to have been “rubbed in.”
  • A cross-section that looks flatter or more pointed may be a sign of uneven wear.
  • Cracking along the circumference, which can be a result of exposure to UV or fluorescent lighting.

Tires to Fit All Your Favorite Rides

BikeBandit.com is known to carry millions of parts for your motorcycle, ATV and more. That includes a wide selection of tires for your favorite ride. You’ll find many of the best tire manufacturers here including Metzeler, Shinko and Vee, who make 26” motorcycle tires. Whether you’re an off-roader, a motocross rider or a trail rider, you’ll find what you need to make your ride safe.

When it’s time to replace your bike’s tires, shop BikeBandit.com first for the lowest prices anywhere, guaranteed. We make it easy to find what you need with filters that let you search by make and model. If you’ve got questions or can’t find what you need, give our trained staff a shout by live chat via our website or by phone or email.

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