As a rider, you know that not all tyres are the same. Being the only part of a bike that is in contact with the ground, the right tyres can make a difference to your ride by increasing grip which improves braking, steering and your overall safety. Speak to our service desk for advice on what tyres would be suitable for your motorcycle.
Did you know?
After fitting new tyres, you will have to take it easy for at least the first 100 miles.
Running in tyres is an important safety factor and it is recommended that tyres should not be used under full speed or power for 100 miles.
It is important to not over-inflate tyres as tyre pressure increases when tyres are hot.
Under-inflated tyres don’t just affect handling, but can also increase fuel consumption.
A conservative riding style will help preserve tyres.
Buy your own tyre pressure gauge. These are inexpensive and help you keep your tyres inflated correctly. You never know when the pressure gauge at a filling station was last calibrated so they can sometimes be inaccurate.
These results are provided AS AN INDICATION and, BEFORE purchasing the tyres, BE SURE TO CONTACT US in order to check the technical and legal constraints that may be an obstacle to the replacement proposed.