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About Our Best 7" Motorcycle Tires

7" Motorcycle Tires

Having the right tires empowers you to use your bike in all conditions, no matter what the weather or temperatures are. They need to stand up to the unexpected, such as debris, wet patches, or uneven tarmac. Ultimately, tires affect your beast’s mileage, performance, or both. You want confidence in your ride, with tires that go further, grip better, and lean harder.

Getting the right tires is based on how you ride. Your choices are usually between street, cruiser, dual-sport, and dirt. Beyond that, you’ll need to decide, based on brand, compound, speed rating, and other personal preferences. Sport tires give you maximum grip, but are short on tread life. Touring tires are made for maximum mileage and sport-touring tires try to give you both. UTVs and ATVs may require 7” motorcycle tires for traction and control for various riding conditions.

When to Get New Tires

You may be tempted to stretch out the life of your tires, but it’s a bad for your safety. Check the tread depth if your back end feels loose in the corners. The tires have built-in tread wear indicators, and if the tire is worn down to the indicator level and the groove depth falls below, you need to change out your tires. Thin tires are more likely to be penetrated by shrapnel or nails with thicker tread, and riding your machine with exposed tire cord or fabric is just outright dangerous.

Check your wheels periodically. Bent rims may cause bead unseating or wheel wobble. If you use tubeless tires, you may notice gradual air loss. Cracked cast wheels could cause sudden wheel failure. Uneven wear on the tires indicates either tire or bike problems, especially if the wear is on one side of the tread or you see flat spots in the tread. Vibrations, rubbing, tire noises, and handling instability while riding are other warning signs to swap your tires. Check the air pressure of your tires at least weekly and keep it at the right level. Underinflated tires can suddenly fail, have irregular tread wear, and become easily damaged. Overinflated tires cause bikes to ride hard, the tires to wear out quickly, and be more susceptible to cuts, punctures, or breakage.

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