Best motorcycle & scooter tires according to redditors

We found 50 Reddit comments discussing the best motorcycle & scooter tires. We ranked the 47 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Motorcycle & Scooter Tires:

u/TwoWheelSensation · 6 pointsr/motorcycles
u/ItZzSora · 3 pointsr/DRZ400

Well, what size do you need? On my WR250f I ran Shinko 705's, at $60 for each tire, that was a damn good deal for me. They lasted several thousand miles and were good if I ever needed to go off-road, and had great handling on the road.

u/LoamLurker · 2 pointsr/klr650

Kenda K270 Dual/Enduro Rear Motorcycle Bias Tire - 510-17 71C

u/FigMcLargeHuge · 2 pointsr/MechanicAdvice

They make them. These fit on my Goldwing, but I am not sure if they would fit your application.
Goldwing style:

Looking further, here are some that say car compatible. Looks like searching for uxcell might be the answer and you might get some cool colors.

u/danwall86 · 2 pointsr/moped

Pt1007 - amazon link

u/NoahWebstersGhost · 2 pointsr/klr650

They look great. Here's what I ordered, but they don't look like they'll fit, even though Amazon said they would.

u/jefferyphillips · 1 pointr/ATV

I found a local shop to mount them pretty cheap, so cheap it's not really worth the hassle of me doing it myself.

I'm going to buy these:

Are they the bearclaws you're talking about?

u/Wild_Dingleberries · 1 pointr/DRZ400

Thx boss. Seems like they have the 120/80-18 for ~$60 on Amazon which seems like a great price.

Alternatively, may grab a new front wheel as well. If I did, Revzilla has a nice combo going for $111.

Would I be fine with 90/90-21TL for the front? TL vs TT if I want to shop around? Since the stock is 80/100, would this have any noticeable effect on my speedo? Thinking 80100% vs 9090% is only a mm difference..

u/09RaiderSFCRet · 1 pointr/Yamaha

Is that the stock Metzler? I get better performance and mileage from the Avon. Not sure what size you use, this is for my Raider.

u/SlimVR · 1 pointr/scooters

Get the best you can put in your scooter. I know of some extra thick, Heavy Duty butyl rubber inner tubes designed for the Honda 50cc dirtbikes. They're advertised to be "explosion proof", and when punctured they create an airtight seal to prevent damage and injury to rider. They also absorb bumps/shock and improve ride smoothness.

They fit 2.5"/2.75" - 10" wheels. The brand is: AR-Pro. They have logos on the tubes. Get a 2-pack for $18 on Amazon.

u/_-xXswagsenior69Xx-_ · 1 pointr/Scootering

No I'm pretty sure I'm in the right place.

Scooter like the one above, I am not talking about ones like this

If r/scooter does include those than I am sorry for the inconvenience, I just thought that one was more moped based

u/muggsybeans · 1 pointr/ElectricScooters

I just ordered a couple of lithium batteries and 36v speed controllers for "my kids" e300's. Should be here in a couple of weeks. Total cost was $216 for the parts to convert two E300's. The batteries are only 8ah... 14ah would have fit. Top speed should increase to roughly 18mph. I'm hoping the batteries last a couple of years versus the yearly change out. There are a lot of dirt roads around me. Future plan is to put on the older style knobby tires that the e300 use to come with.

u/Eggodoggo · 1 pointr/motorcycles

Looking at these tires for my DR200. Would they fit?

u/Ohdear889 · 1 pointr/Dualsport

Front is a Shinko Fat Tire Rear is a Motoz Tractionator desert HT and yes, I do love them, but I’m on the fence about running a D606 next time on the rear. The tractionator is good, but so is the Dunlop.

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/kettlebell

Take some heavy duty contractor bags, fill them with sand of desired weight, tape them tight, and place them in the backpack.

For added features, you can make a Bulgarian Bag using a truck inner tube. You can use this bag for all of those bodyweight exercises by balancing or strapping it on your legs or shoulders like so.

u/dismal626 · 1 pointr/motorcycles

Pilot Street I believe. These..

u/Imagineme · 1 pointr/DIY

Use tractor trailer inner tubes that are 10-20 or 10-22 sized inner tubes.

Here is the cheapest I could find on Amazon

u/Decembermouse · 1 pointr/DRZ400


-Trail Tech 752-119 Vapor computer

-FMF PowerCore 4 exhaust

-JD rejet 39mm FCR carb

-Aluminum skid plate

Purchased (will install):

-Kenda K270 (3.25-21 front, 5.10-18 rear)

-JTR808.41 41T Steel Rear Sprocket

-DID 520VX2GB-110 Gold X-Ring Chain with Connecting Link

-MCCT, red billet

-Silicone coolant hoses

-FMF PowerBomb header

-Kick Start V162

-2011 DR-Z400S subframe

-2-port USB charger / voltmeter

-Weego JSPT524 Powersports Tether

Need to do:

-Free power mod

-Loctite clutch bolts and stator bolts

Cargo, haven't bought anything here yet:

-PMR rear rack and sissy bar.

Haven't decided between side racks:

-Option 1 - metal looks sturdy but has just 2 mounting points

-Option 2 - great that it attaches around back for extra stability, not sure how many actual mounting points it has

-Option 3 PMR again, I like that they seem to hug the bike well but not sure if metal panniers can be used, or just bags. And in fact these only seem to have 2 mounting points as well... what's the weight capacity on any of these setups if they all only have 2 mounting points?

Still researching:

-SM footpegs or similar wide option

-LED headlight bulb

-Steel brake lines


-What the hell taillight I have and where to find a flat metal sheet to get my license plate to mount on it, since the existing metal plate is broken

-Ceramic coating for FMF PowerBomb header

-Ceramic wheel bearings link link link. Expensive, but would be neat if price were no object. Will be doing mostly street riding.

-Lithium battery or capacitor - this looks appealing, and ThumperTalk carries a capacitor that would cut down on weight but would mean no electric start. I have a kick start kit though so maybe I want to live without a battery, not sure.

-Iridium CR9EIX plug

-Tool kit in one of those black plastic canisters at the rear of the bike on the left, opposite the exhaust tip

-Seat Concepts seat

-Find passenger pegs & mounts to add to the S subframe

Frivolous but tempting: