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Vintage Motorcycle Tires

Vintage Motorcycle Tires

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Classic, Antique, Vintage Motorcycle Tires:  Coker Tires has vintage motorcycle (and cage) tires  |  Dunlop K81’s are still available at Tires Unlimited  |  Goodtime Tire & Rubber – tubes; scooter and motorcycle tires  |  21st Century Tires is an exporter/wholesaler for “Wanda” vintage tires in many sizes (including 3.25×18 for 1951 Indian Scouts!)  |  Cheng Shin is now known as Maxxis and manufactures relatively inexpensive modern and vintage tires  |  Continental – motorcycle tires for modern and vintage bikes  |   Italian Classic Tires has new tires for vintage bikes using old-school tread patterns  |  Universal Vintage Tire has motorcycle tires for vintage, classic 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 4.00×19, and Super Eagle replica tires

U.K. Vintage Motorcycle Tires:  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 has a collection of vintage tyres for motorcycles and automobiles

Australia Vintage Motorcycle Tires:  Antique Tyres (Australia) has tires for vintage and antique motorcycles

Worldwide Vintage Antique Motorcycle Tires:  Vintage Motorcycle Tires; in Japanese, but tire brands and models are in English

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