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About Our Best High Performance Motorcycle Tires

Performance Tires for Better Handling and Control

For high-speed precision handling and traction, you need high performance motorcycle tires designed to grip with road with minimal resistance. Arguably, tires play one of the largest roles in the performance of your bike. Ensuring you have safe, effective and properly fitting tires is essential for every rider. At BikeBandit.com, find the trusted names in performance equipment and fit your bike with a new set of tires today. Discover what it means to have exceptional control over your machine and a truly smooth riding experience.

Tire Specs 101

Finding the perfect tire for your bike requires taking a number of factors into consideration. First of all, you want to be sure you install the correct size. On the sidewall of every tire, you’ll find the size specifications listed as three numbers. The first is the tire width, measured in millimeters. The second number, after the backslash, is the aspect ratio of the sidewall height to the tread width. For instance, a 55 would mean that the sidewall height is 55% of the tire’s width. Finally, the last measurement is the rim diameter, expressed in inches. This can be confusing at first, but it’s important to understand. Allows follow the manufacturer-recommended tire size.

Another thing to keep in mind when shopping for high performance motorcycle tires is the speed rating and design. Heat greatly affects motorcycle tires; if you plan on riding at high speeds, you need a tire that can take the heat. Secondly, pay close attention to the construction of the tire, in particular whether it has a radial or bias design. The two methods drastically affect the shape and performance of the tire. Generally, performance street bikes use a radial wheel due to their improved rigidity and handling capabilities.

Better Value Doesn’t Mean Lesser Quality

At BikeBandit.com, we offer our vast inventory at some of the lowest prices available on the web. But just because our prices are low doesn’t mean we disregard quality. In fact, it’s the opposite. We stock the leading brands in professional-grade powersports parts, tires, apparel and more. Choose from the most trusted names in the industry, including:

  • Fly Racing
  • Parts Unlimited
  • BikeMaster
  • Kuryakyn
  • Alpinestars
  • Cobra

With brand name quality assurance, you get more value for your dollar. Plus, throw in the dozens of special discounts and daily deals on our site and receive even more savings. As an added bonus, AMA members receive an additional discount. Finally, with every order of $99 or more, we’ll add shipping at no cost to you.

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