This page lists our motorcycle tire reviews, motorcycle wheel balancer reviews, tire pressure gauge reviews, tire changing tool reviews and lots more!
► Motorcycle Tire Reviews
Metzeler Tourance Next Review | Shinko 016 Verge 2X Review | Michelin Anakee III Review | Michelin T63 Review | Michelin Pilot Road 3 Review | Continental TKC 80 Tire Review | Metzeler Lasertec Tires Review | GT1000 Tire Replacement | Pirelli MT60 Corsa Review (Kawasaki Versys) | Avon Storm Tires on a Yamaha FJR 1300 | Michelin Pilot Road 2 Tire Review | Pirelli MT60 Corsa tires for the Kawasaki Versys
► Motorcycle Tire Accessory Reviews
► Motorcycle Tire Changer Reviews
► Motorcycle Tire Wheel Balancer Reviews
► Motorcycle Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) Reviews
► Motorcycle Tire Air Pump Reviews
Slime vs. AirMan Sparrow Air Compressors | Zefal Alaskan Floor Air Pump Review | Motorcycle Tire Air Pump Comparison | Planet Bike Mini Versair Pump Review Mini Foot Pump Tire Air Pump Review | Cheap and Portable Air Compressor
► Air Pressure Gauge Reviews
Roadgear Programmable Tire Pressure Gauge | Roadgear Accutire Ultra Hi-Tec Digital Tire Pressure Gauge | Oxford Digi Gauge | Compact Digital Air Pressure Gauge | Craftsman "Programmable" Digital Tire Gauge | Roadgear Talking Digital Tire Pressure Gauge | Revised Roadgear Digital Tire Pressure Gauge | Roadgear Hi-Tec Tire Pressure Gauge | Roadgear Programmable Tire Pressure Gauge
► Scooter Tire Reviews
► Dual-Sport and Adventure-Touring Tire Reviews
wBW report on Dual Sport Tires with info and photos.
► Motorcycle Tire Sizes
► Re-Spoking Motorcycle Wheels
Mitas Sport Force+ Announced | Michelin Anakee III Preview | Continental RoadAttack 2 CR tires dominate 2012 classic motorcycle racing | Michelin Announces Commander II Tires | Free Motorcycle Industry Council MIC Motorcycle Tire Guide now available | Shinko Smoke Bomb tires produce colored burnouts! | DuDunlop Roadsmart tires now approved for the BMW R 1200 RT-P Police motorcycle | Three New Bridgestone Tires Announced | Avon announces new Viper line of sport and supersport motorcycle tires | Avon Tires for Triumph Thruxton
Most manufacturer websites have tire selection tools to help pick the right tire for your bike | Avon - Avon fitment guide | Bridgestone also has a fitment guide | Cheng Shin is now known as Maxxis with relatively inexpensive modern and vintage tires | Coker - vintage motorcycle (and cage) tires | Continental - motorcycle tires for modern and vintage bikes | Dunlop - Dunlop tire catalog | Goodtime Tire & Rubber - tubes; scooter and motorcycle tires | Heidenau Tires in Germany IRC Tires | Kenda Tires | Mefo Tires in Germany (another "nobody ever heard of them so they must be good" brand) | Metzeler | Michelin tires, fitment guide, mounting new and oversize tires, speed ratings, mounting automobile tires on bikes and more | Mitas Motorcycle Tires are made in Eastern Europe and the U.S.A. Mitas motorcycle tires are available through MX1 in Canada | Pirelli - products, fitments and FAQ's
Motorcycle tire chains or "snow claws" for hard-core winter riding! | Here's a short article describing the process of sealing spoked wheels | New monitoring system for motorcycle tire pressures introduced by SmarTire | Tireflys replace the valve stem and light up as the tire rotates | Cycle Tires r re-manufactures motorcycle tires using your choice of carcass; the Tomahawk tires are DOT approved and come in black and various colors to match your bike!
Maxxis now has several versions of Supermoto tires, from slicks to different treaded compounds
Lambrook Tyres (aka Classic Bike Tyres) has many different and hard-to-find tyres - tires for antique and vintage motorcycles; they carry some of the very old and rare tire sizes that are hard to find | Vintage Tyre Supplies (U.K.) has a large selection of tires, racing tires, wheels, tubes and accessories for vintage and antique motorcycles (Note: are they still in business?) | Barum-Mitas vintage motorcycle tires in street and trials vintage treads; sizes 250x19 to 400x18 plus tubes; call Michael Cushion in Norwich, Norfolk at 01508 499718 (UK) | Coker Tires has vintage motorcycle (and cage) tires | Goodtime Tire & Rubber - tubes; scooter and motorcycle tires | 21st Century Tires is an exporter/wholesaler for "Wanda" vintage tires in many sizes (including 3.25x18 for 1951 Indian Scouts!) | Vintage Motorcycle Tires; in Japanese, but tire brands and models are in English | Try Vintage Tyre Supplies; they seem to have a collection of vintage tyres for motorcycles and automobiles | Cheng Shin is now Maxxis | Continental - motorcycle tires for modern and vintage bikes | Universal Vintage Tire has motorcycle tires for vintage, classic and antique motorcycles | Antique Tyres (Australia) has tires for vintage and antique motorcycles | J&P Cycles has some tires for vintage motorcycles, including the Continental K112 and RB2, Dunlop D402, Diamond Tread by Coker in size 4.00x19, and Super Eagle replica tires | Watling Tyres classic and racing tires for motorcycles
MotoTire Reviews has user ratings for different brands and types of motorcycle tires | Lots of owner reviews of motorcycle tires at Motorcycle Tire Reviews including reviews of bias ply tires | Dunlop's new GT501 is the replacement for the much-beloved K591; it appears to be a great successor - here's a review on the Classic Bikes site
Tire purchasing tips - Make sure your tires are in stock before you finalize the order. Get a confirmed shipping date. Always use a credit card (don't pay by cash or check!). Make sure your credit card will not be charged until the tires are actually shipped. Be careful of shipping and handling charges; also, some retailers will add on a percentage of the sales price as an added "handling" charge. Be careful and ask first!
Motorcycle tires at RevZilla, another webBikeWorld affiliate | And don't forget Amazon.com Motorcycle Tires, a webBikeWorld affiliate with motorcycle tires offered by many different well-known retailers
Here is an unqualified list of motorcycle tire retailers based on visitor feedback. We make no claims regarding these dealers, either good or bad. If we receive a complaint about a dealer, that link will be removed from this list...Don't forget, you may have a totally different experience, either better or worse than those listed below! | AmericanMotoTire carries motorcycle tires and scooter tires by Avon, Bridgestone, Cheng Shin, Dunlop, GBC, IRC, Kenda, Maxxis, Metzeler, Michelin and Pirelli | Chaparral Motorsports has various brands and seems to be a nice place to do business with reasonable shipping and handling rates | Discount Motorcycle Tire - no longer in business | Island Racing Services is a Michelin tire specialist with motorcycle racing tires and expertise | Southwest Moto Tires sells tires at pretty big discounts and offers free shipping if you buy a pair; they get very good ratings from wBW visitors | SportBike Track Gear claims to have the "best" Michelin tire prices; they also claim all tires in stock, ready to ship | Tire Express is also popular with webBikeWorld readers | Tires-n-Stuff lists many tires by the motorcycle model, rather than size; they carry many original equipment tires
FWR claims to have "Britain's Cheapest Tyres"; they sell Avon, Bridgestone, Dunlop, Metzeler, Michelin and Pirelli; also sprockets, chains and more | Motorcycle Tyres UK carries Avon, Bridgestone, Continental, Dunlop, Metzeler, Michelin and Pirelli | Tyresonline.net aims to "provide the cheapest possible prices on new tyres" with special deals on front/rear pairs of motorcycle tyres
Central Wheel Components claims to be "Europe's largest stockist of Motorcycle Wheel Rims, Spokes & Nipples"; they also build custom wheels
Motorcycle Wheel Straightening: Mark Moran, owner of M.C. Wheel,has straightened over 15,000 auto and motorcycle wheels since 1991; he's designed his own equipment to do the job; see how Mark does it in this wBW article on motorcycle wheel straightening | Motorcycle wheel repair at the Wheelmaster | Motorcycle Wheel Repair by Frame Straight System; claimed to be able to straighten wheels to within 0.001" runout | See the wBW Motorcycle Wheels page for more information
Motorcycle Tire Changers: See the wBW review of the No-Mar Motorcycle Tire Changer, which is ideal for those who commute by motorcycle and have to mount several tires per year | The Cycle Hill motorcycle tire changer looks pretty nice and it retails for less than $500.00 for the entire kit | How to install a motorcycle tire without tools (YouTube video)
Nice article on the Mid-Atlantic Ducati club's website regarding best tire pressures for motorcycles