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About Our Best Scooter Motorcycle Tires

Find the Perfect Tires for Your Trusty Scooter

When it comes to choosing the perfect scooter tires, there is more than meets the eye. Scooter tires are not just smaller than standard motorcycle tires. These tires serve a unique purpose and are designed specifically for your scooter’s style. BikeBandit.com has you covered no matter what kind of scooter you are driving, from a sporty Yamaha to a stylish Vespa.

What Kind of Tire Do You Need?

Scooter tires vary in height from ten to sixteen inches and can be purchased in a variety of widths and construction types. Before you start shopping, find out what kind of tires your bike is currently sporting. It is possible that your bike requires different size tires for the front and back wheels, but most tires can be interchangeable. Once you are sure of your bike’s tire size, you can browse through the available options on BikeBandit.com.

What Is the Difference Between Bias-ply and Radial Tires?

There are two different types of tire available for your scooter: 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 longer tread life, but they offer a less comfortable ride. Most scooter owners prefer to use a bias-ply tire.

When Do You Need New Tires?

Many scooter tires come equipped with a tread indicator that lets you know when it is time to replace them. If they do not have a tread indicator, you will need to use a gauge to keep an eye on them. Even if you do not ride your scooter all that often, your tires may show signs of age and lose their grip. It is recommended that you replace your scooter tires every five years, regardless of the amount of tread still in them.

How Can You Find Affordable Tires?

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 scooter 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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