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About Our Best Duro Motorcycle Tires

Maximize Your Bike’s Performance With Duro Tires

Where the rubber meets the road is where you and your bike meet your adventure up close and personal. Depending on the condition of your tires, this point of contact can make or break your journey. Whether you are on a dirt bike, street bike, or cruiser, off road or on, it is important to have the right tires that match what you need in speed, turning, and touring. Replacing bald or cracked tires with new Duro tires enable better handling and a safer ride.

Duro Tire Replacements

Duro motorcycle tires include classic, off-road, scooter, and street varieties at reasonable costs. Duro has been making tires since 1945 with headquarters in Georgia and other locations worldwide. The company’s guiding principle is “Durobility,” and they pride themselves on designing tires for durability and maximum performance and handling ability.

To know when it’s time to replace your tires, it is important to inspect your tires regularly. Check your tire pressure before every ride to make sure you’re not under inflated or over inflated for the current temperatures and conditions. Your tires wear out unevenly with improper inflation, and they don’t last as long as they should; they wear out in the middle with over inflation and wear out on the sidewalls with under inflation. Use the wear bars on your tires to confirm that you have adequate tread and check for uneven deterioration, cracking, or punctures. Be attentive to changes in your ride; an unusual vibration, pulsating, or other sensation could mean an issue with your tires. Motorcycle tires are not designed to last more than five years, and some last considerably less, depending on the type and frequency of use. 

When selecting replacement tires, it is usually best to choose the original stock manufacturer options. This ensures that you have the right tire and size for your specific bike. For special custom needs, make sure you do your tire research. If you own a cruiser, you likely need bias tires, for example. If you have a street bike, you need lighter, more flexible radial tires.

BikeBandit.com Tires

BikeBandit.com is an online tire superstore for Duro motorcycle tires and other brands. We offer tires for street bikes, dirt bikes, cruisers, and all other bikes. As the web’s largest source for all bike parts and accessories, as well as products that support other powersports we have trained customer service staff available to answer any questions you may have. We also offer fast, free shipping on orders over $99.

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