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Shop for Motorcycle Tyres

We offer a diverse and extensive range of Motorcycle and Scooter tyres. Please contact us If what you need isn't listed. We can access all popular brands of Motorcycle & Scooter tyres including Michelin, Bridgestone, Pirelli, Maxxis, Mitas & many others.

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Motorcycle & Scooter Tyre Details Explained


Track and Race Day tyre

Race & Track Day

Designed for the sole purpose of getting you over the line before all others. The main goal for these tyres is to provide as much grip and lean angle to the rider as possible. This is especially important for these tyres to maintain the correct temperature when riding in demanding conditions as this will make the tyre grip more predictable and offer greater confidence in the corners. Often referred to 'racing slicks' given Race and Track Day tyres have little to no tread. Many brands also make rain variation of their Race and Track Day tyres designed to maximise the amount of water dispersed, creating a larger contact patch between track and tyre.

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Sports tyre


Sport tyres are a step down from track tyres as they are designed with speed in mind but also with use on public roads leading to less extreme designs as their track counterparts. Sport tyres are often made with some track usage in mind so require the same mechanic as Track tyre in order to corner quickly and provide high level of grip. The primary difference between Race and Track Day tyre and Sports tyres is the greater focus on roads and wet weather riding. This is achieved by implementing different tread patterns.

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Sport Touring

Sport Touring

Sport Touring tyres still encourage a faster riding style but are designed with longer journeys in mind. Often the ergonomics of the bike will reflect this with a more comfortable/upright seating position. Many Sport Touring bikes have a storage capacity to assist with longer rides. In order to deal with the higher horsepower of Sport Touring bikes, tyres often implement 'sports' characteristics in order to allow faster cornering and featuring dual compound constructions.

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Classic & Commuter

Classic & Commuter

Classic motorcycle tyres apply collectively to tyres for bikes from older generations. The characteristics can vary from construction, pattern and compound. Due to being produced for older style bikes, some Classic sizes can be niche and apply to specific motorcycle models.

Commuter tyres are similar in characteristics to Sport Touring tyres with designs aimed at many straight miles for exclusive use on paved roads and highways. Commuter bike are typically between 125cc and 500cc and have smaller tyres than their larger Sport Touring equivalents.

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Custom & Cruiser Tyre

Custom & Cruiser

Custom and Cruiser tyres tend to focus on wear resistance given Custom and Cruiser bikes are heavier and do a lot of straight miles. Custom and Cruiser tyres can be characterised by their hard-wearing compounds and rounded shoulders. Due to this design philosophy, many Custom and Cruiser tyres sacrifice cornering grip, dissuading an aggressive riding style.

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Adventure & Trail Tyre

Adventure & Trail Tyre

Adventure and Trail tyres are designed to be used on and off road with a tread pattern to suit both conditions. A block pattern is a common style of Adventure and Trail tyre. Brands often display what percentage use the specific pattern is designed for in order to influence suitability for the desired application.

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Motocross & Off Road Tyre

Motocross & Off Road

Motocross and Off-Road tyres are designed for two main types of bikes: Motocross and Enduro. Motocross and Off-Road tyres are built for purpose, not comfort, and are able to tackle sharper turns and geared to faster acceleration. Some Motocross and Off-Road tyres are not road legal and marked 'NHS'. There is a wide variety of compounds are available for these tyres depending the desired terrain with Hard, Medium/Intermediate and Hard.

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Scooter Tyre


Scooter tyres are small, road focused patterns designed for commuter scooters in urban environments. Scooter tyres are made by all popular brands and come in a wide variety of sizes.

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Motorcycle Tyre Construction

Motorcycle tyres are available in three different construction types: Crossply, Bias Belted and Radial.


Crossply is the older construction method but is still commonly used on agricultural, industrial and construction machinery, including Motorcycle. Crossply tyres are usually cheaper than their Radial or Bias Belted counterparts, and the stiff sidewalls offer better protection against damage. Crossply is a common construction for Motocross, classic and Scooter tyres.

Bias Belted

Bias-Belted is a method of tyre construction where an additional tyre ply, typically made of steer or corded material, is added to the top layer to offer additional support to the tyre. Bias-Belted provides a smoother ride and rolling resistance. Bias-Belted tyres are common construction on larger Custom and Cruiser tyres.


Radial is the modern construction method used in a huge number of applications. Almost all road-going vehicles will use radial tyres, as well as modern Motorcycle and Scooter tyres. Radial tyres are more flexible giving better protection on the tread area and allowing for travel at high speeds. Radial is a common construction for Sport Touring, Sports and Track and Race Day tyres.

Motorcycle Tyre Speed & Load Index

A tyre's Speed Index is the maximum safe speed of the tyre; this is represented with a letter from the very slow (B) to the very fast (Y and beyond). The Load Index is the maximum weight that the tyre can safely support. This is represented by a number: the higher this number is the more weight the tyre can carry. It is imperative for the safety of the vehicle and its occupants that tyres with high enough Speed and Load Indexes are chosen. To find out more about Speed and Load Indexes and all other tyre markings, have a look at our Tyre Size Guide.

Motorcycle Tyre Stock

Buying Motorcycle and Scooter tyres online might be new to some people, but it makes a lot of sense. Traditionally tyres are bought from your local tyre supplier in your area, which means you are relying on their stock, pricing, expertise and customer service. We have key accounts with main manufactures to offer you the best prices, carry millions of pounds worth of stock, can access any Motorcycle and Scooter tyre not in stock by going direct to access manufactures stock, are up to date with all the new tyre news regarding brands, patterns and offers in the marketplace, and have a dedicated team of customer service staff. We often provide free shipping and next day delivery and are open to talk with you by phone, email or live chat. If you are looking for a size or brand that we don't have listed then please Contact Us for a quote.