Motorcycle Tires prices online in the Philippines November 2018
Michelin Michelin Motorcycle Tire 80/90R17Pilot Street TT/TL
Pirelli Pirelli Angel C.T. Tire 120/70 - 17" Front/ Rear
Michelin MICHELIN Motorcycle Tire 140/70 x 14 City Grip Tubeless
Dunlop Dunlop Tire 80/90-14M 40P & 90/90-14 46P D115 Tubeless Motorcycle Tires (FRONT & ...
w/ free DUNLOP ARMBAND
Dunlop Dunlop Tire TT902 70/90-17M 38P U Tubetype Motorcycle Tires
Dunlop Dunlop 70/90-17M 38P & 80/90-17 44P TT902 Tubetype Motorcycle Tires (FRONT & REAR ...
w/ free DUNLOP STRING BAG
Zeneos Zeneos ZN88 80/90 R16 Motorcycle Tire Tubeless
Pirelli Pirelli Angel C.T. Tire 90/80 -17 Front
Sapphire Sapphire E710 Genesis 3.00x17 Motorcycle Tire
Michelin Michelin Motorcycle Tire 120/70 R14 Pilot Street TL/TT
Michelin MICHELIN CITY GRIP 100/90 R10 TL 56J
Zeneos ZENEOS ZN88 70/80 R17 35P Motorcycle Tire Tubeless
Michelin MICHELIN Motorcycle Tire 140/70 R17 Pilot Street TT/TL
Duro DURO? Taiwan 400-10 HF203 51J Tubetype Motorcycle Tire Tyre
Michelin Michelin Motorcycle Tire 110/80 R14 Pilot Street TL/TT
Michelin MICHELIN MOTORCYCLE TIRE 90/80 R14 49P PILOT STREET TL RF
Zeneos Zeneos ZN62 80/80 R14 Motorcycle Tire Tubeless
Caiya Caiya Motorcycle Tire 70/90R14
Pirelli Pirelli Angel C.T. Tire 80/90 -17 Rear
Pirelli Pirelli Angel Scooter 90/80 "14
Michelin MICHELIN Motorcycle Tire 100/80 R14 Pilot Street TT/TL
Dunlop Dunlop Tire 80/80-14M 43P & 90/80-14 49P D115 Tubeless Motorcycle Tires (FRONT & ...
w/ free DUNLOP STRING BAG
Sapphire Sapphire Highlander E711 2.75x17 Motorcycle Tire
Sapphire Sapphire E704 Extreme Endurance 3.00x17 Motorcycle Tire
Michelin MICHELIN CITY GRIP PRO 90/90 R14
Unbranded Powertire D601 2.75x17 Motorcycle Tire
Michelin MICHELIN MOTORCYCLE TIRE 80/90 R17 50S CITY PRO TT RF
Michelin MICHELIN PILOT STREET RADIAL 160/60 R17 69H MOTORCYCLE TIRE
Zeneos Zeneos ZN62 160/60 R17 Motorcycle Tire Tubeless
Dunlop Dunlop Tire D605 4.10 - 18 59P Tubetype Motorcycle Tires
Michelin MICHELIN MOTORCYCLE TIRE 140/70R17 PILOT STREET TT/TL
Dunlop Dunlop D604 3.00 - 21 51P Tubetype Motorcycle Tires
Dunlop Dunlop TT900 120/80 - 17M 61S Tubetype Motorcycle Tires
Michelin MICHELIN Motorcycle Tire 120/70 R14 Pilot Street TT/TL
Zeneos Zeneos ZN-62 (100/80-14)
Michelin MICHELIN PILOT MOTOGP 100/80 R17 TL
Dunlop Dunlop GT501FM 110/70-17M 54H Tubeless Motorcycle Tires
Zeneos Zeneos ZN88 70/90 R14 Motorcycle Tire Tubeless
Dunlop Dunlop Tire K950 2.75-17 41P Tubetype Motorcycle Tires
Pirelli Pirelli Angel C.T. Tire 100/90 -17 Rear
Pirelli Pirelli Angel C.T. Tire 140/70 -17 Rear
Michelin Michelin OFFROAD Motorcycle Tire 110/100 R18 Starcross 5 medium
Duro DURO? Taiwan 120/70 R16 DM1092 57P Tubeless Motorcycle Tire Tyre
Dunlop Dunlop 80/90-14M 40P & 90/90-14M 46P TT901 Tubetype (FRONT & REAR TIRES) w/ free ...
w/ free DUNLOP ARMBAND
Sapphire Sapphire E717 3.00x17 Motorcycle Tire
Zeneos Zeneos ZN-88
Not Specified Metzeler Sportec M3 Supersport Front Tire - 120/70ZR-17/-- - intl
Michelin MICHELIN Motorcycle Tire 90/80 R17 Pilot Street TT/TL
Duro DURO? Taiwan 140/70 R18 HF918 67H Tubeless Motorcycle Tire Tyre
Duro DURO? Taiwan 130/70 R12 HF912 59J Tubeless Motorcycle Tire Tyre
Zeneos Zeneos ZN91 150/60 R17Motorcycle Tire Tubeless
Duro DURO? Taiwan 90/90 R17 HF261 49P Tubeless Motorcycle Tire Tyre
Pirelli Pirelli Angel C.T. Tire 100/80 -17 Front
Pirelli Pirelli Angel Scooter 100/80 "14
Camel Camel Motorcycle Tire Tubeless CM888 80/80 R14
Michelin MICHELIN MOTORCYCLE TIRE 60/90 R17 PILOT STREET Tubetype
Michelin Michelin M12XC Motorcycle Tire Dual/Enduro Rear 130/70-19 - intl
Continental Continental ContiMotion Sport/Touring Motorcycle Tire Front 110/70-17 - intl
Michelin MICHELIN Motorcycle Tire 100/80 R17 Pilot Street TT/TL
Michelin MICHELIN Motorcycle Tire 80/80 R17 Pilot Street TT/TL
Choosing the right Motorcycle Tires
The Motorcycle tires are simple black rubber hoops that keep your wheels from grinding against the trail or road surface. It continues to get better every year, even though the basic concept remains the same as it always has. All tires work so well by providing a cushion of air between your machine and the ground, which gives the tire its shape. In 1887, John Dunlop developed the first practical pneumatic tire for a tricycle, and he received a patent for it on December 7, 1888. The commercial tire production started shortly thereafter in 1890 in Belfast, Ireland.
The basic design has remained in use throughout the world for more than a century. All tires were made from natural rubber, and these days virtually all tires today are made from synthetic rubber which is a blend of petroleum, along with chemicals such as sulfur, carbon black and silicone. The tires are built up in stages, starting with the assembly of the cord and belting structure, and after that, rubber is applied and molded, then vulcanized with extreme heat which makes it all together and prepares them for use on our favorite motorcycle.
What Does Motorcycle Tires Do
The tires provide traction for accelerating, braking and turning, it also serves as a part of the suspension. The tires are soak-up on the first part of the impact from bumps before the fork and shock even begin to work. It also performs well in a wide variety of conditions, including extreme heat, cold, and wet. If steering seems odd or if cornering and braking response feels heavy, there's a good chance your tires are underinflated. The vibration may be a sign that a leak or tire damage has occurred, and failure is imminent. There are two primary types of tires, these are radial and bias. The bias category is regular bias and bias belted tires. It has a more robust construction. The words 'Radial and Bias' refers to how the internal cords and belts are arranged during the construction of the tire. Basically, these radial belts go straight across the tread at a 90-degree angle from side to side, whereas bias construction has the belts going diagonally across the tread area. It makes different dynamic characteristics which greatly affect handling, wear, braking and rolling resistance between radials and bias tires.
The radial tires are a newer design and are widely used on current model motorcycles, while bias tires are used mainly on some cruisers and older motorcycles. Generally, radial tires run cooler which leads to a longer life, have a stiffer construction which makes them feel more responsive, and feature sidewalls with a lower aspect ratio, resulting in less flexibility. The Bias-ply tires generally offer a softer, more compliant ride and, typically, a little lower price. Its main advantage is load-carrying capability, with a given size, you'll often see a bias rated to handle more weight. It is not a good idea to mix the two types on a motorcycle, as it can adversely affect handling and may lead to a crash.
If you decide to switch from a motorcycle bias to radial tires, you must check with your dealer or the tire manufacturer for advice regarding if and how this works out on the specific model. There are modern bikes using both, so there are instances when it works. As a main rule, it should not happen unless it came that way from the factory. All motorcycle tires have different materials used in its construction. There are many premium tires that are made with steel belts, which are stronger than the synthetic fabric cord materials, such as nylon and rayon. All these different materials have a distinct ride and handling properties, tires with different construction or materials should not be mixed on the same motorcycle.