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About Our Best Race Motorcycle Tires

Finding the Right Motorcycle Tires for Your Bike

Replacing the tires on your motorcycle is a chore, but it does not have to be difficult. Tires are uniquely designed for your bike to keep you safe on the road and provide long-lasting performance. At BikeBandit.com, we offer a wide range of race motorcycle tires that suit your bike perfectly without breaking the bank. Here are a few things to keep in mind while shopping.

Check the Speed Rating

When shopping for new tires, be sure to figure out which speed rating your motorcycle needs. You can find this information imprinted on the side of your tire. The last letter in the code indicates the speed rating on the tire. For example, if you see an “R” at the end of the code, the maximum safe speed for that tire is 106 miles per hour or 170 kilometers per hour.

Know the Tire Type

There are two types of tire available: bias-ply and radial. Bias-ply are built with layers of fabric that create a crisscross pattern, which makes the tires comfortable to ride and gives them the ability to handle heavy loads. Radial tires are more modern and are created with stiff cords that go straight across the thread. Radials are great for high-speed riding and offer longer tread life, so they are a good fit for racing bikes. BikeBandit.com makes it easy to filter for bias-ply or radial tires when shopping online.

Stick to One Type of Tire

You should not mix bias-play and radial tires on your bike. Because each bike is designed with specifications to maximize braking, handling, and stability, the type of tire used can affect the performance of the motorcycle. Purchasing the same tire size and type as the original equipment helps ensure that your bike performs consistently and safely.

 Consider the Road Conditions

Racing tires are designed for high-speed performance and will not necessarily be good for regular street driving. Race tires lack the rain grooves and higher tread operating temperatures that you would want in street tires. Be sure to purchase tires that will keep you in control during rainy days on the road.

Shop the Best Prices

BikeBandit.com has everything you need to outfit your bike without costing you a fortune. Purchases at our store are backed by the Best Price Guarantee and we match the price of any authorized online retailer on aftermarket parts, accessories, and apparel for any brand we carry. Shop for your race motorcycle tires online or chat with one of our knowledgeable customer service representatives. With free shipping on orders of $99 or more, keeping your bike in racing shape is easy and affordable.

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