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About Our Best Moose Racing Motorcycle Tires

Forget What the Weatherman Says

The day comes and you’re all ready for the great outdoors. You get dressed and enjoy a warm beverage while watching the local news. The weather report shows a good chance of rain. Rather than get discouraged, however, you put on your jacket and toughest boots and head out as planned. In the end, the storm blew the other way, and only dropped a quarter inch of drizzle in your neck of the woods. Don’t play the game of luck though, as next time might not turn out so well. Instead, prepare for the worst with a fresh pair or set of Moose Racing motorcycle tires.

Something for Everyone

There’s no one size fits all where it comes to off-roading. Here’s a quick rundown of Moose Racing’s top offerings:

  • 8-Ball. Those who ride a UTV know that their job depends on good traction and performance in even the heaviest of mud. These tough, 8-ply tires provide all of that, in addition to puncture resistance and DOT certification.
  • Splitter. These are excellent all-around tires thanks to their directional tread and round shoulders. Such design features also contribute to terrific cornering and braking.
  • 901X.Those who take their ATV into clay, snow and sand won’t have to swap tires between trips, as these mud slingers are ready for just about anything. Their 6-ply construction provides great puncture resistance.

But in This Case, Stay Home

There’s nothing wrong with staying home to avoid the crowds. BikeBandit.com has been conveniently providing riders with Moose Racing motorcycle tires and other parts for more than a decade and a half. Most orders over $99 ship fast and free thanks to our two dozen strategically-placed distribution centers. There’s no point in standing in line or waiting on hold when you can get the parts and accessories you need delivered to your doorstep at the click of a mouse. If you need more information, check out our video and article library, where you can learn more about fixing flats and changing tires.

Insurance for Your Adventures

When you buy tires from BikeBandit.com, you can elect our Road Hazard Tire Protection. This program covers the cost of repairs and replacement due to damage caused by rocks, woody debris, nails and potholes. It covers your purchase for up to 24 months and includes no deductible. You won’t need to fill out any lengthy claims forms either.

We’re serious about powersports, just like our customers are. Besides, heading out with comfortable gear and well-running machine result in a better overall experience.

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