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At Motorcycle Race Gear, you will find a huge selection of discount motorcycle tyres including street bike tyres, dirt bike tyres, ATV tyres and scooter tyres. You can browse motorcycle tyres by riding style, tyre size or brand. Choose from top motorcycle tyre brands like Dunlop Motorcycle Tyres, Bridgestone Motorcycle Tyres, Pirelli Motorcycle Tyres, Metzeler Motorcycle Tyres and many others.

From dirt bike and ATV tyres to road bike tyres of all types, Motorcycle Race Gear has the motorcycle tyres you need and the resources to get you back on the road.

Since we buy our motorcycle tyres in bulk we receive discounts from the tyre manufacturers and pass along the savings to you. We pride ourselves to having some of the best prices in Australia. If you're looking for the cheapest motorcycle tyre chances are you'll find it here at Motorcycle Race Gear.

Motorcycle tyres and their technology continue to evolve. No matter what brand of motorcycle tyre that you choose there's numerous types. In order to help you make an informed decision about your next purchase MRG continually updates it's news section where you can stay informed about Motorcycle Tyre reviews, buyers guides and what's happening within the Motorcycle Tyres industry.

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Bridgestone Bridgestone BATTLAX BT-45V Sport/Touring Front Motorcycle Tire 100/90-19
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2005-08-10 07:22:13 by 911Driver

I get in the 3k-8k range on an F3

Mostly depends on how I'm riding. 3K is certainly not unreasonable for someone that spends their whacking the throttle or doing a lot of track days.
One of the negative parts of motorcycle reality is that what you save on gas (vs a car) is almost eaten up by what you spend on tires.
It's hard to get a set of sportbike tires for less than $250, with a $300-$350 figure being more likely.
Cycle Gear used to (and may still) give you 10% off tires and "chemicals" if you had one of their Visa cards and used it for purchases.
Here's one thing. Sportbike tires are fairly soft - that why they stick as well as they do

2009-04-08 14:10:54 by gmn17

Speaking of which, why am so poor, damnit!,

Honda 919, CB900F, Hornet 900 - $6859 (Santa Clarita)
Showroom condition exotic naked/standard/streetfighter, 2002 Honda 919, Asphalt Grey. 6k miles. Registration paid for until 4/2010.
Serious inquiries only. $$$$$ invested. $6850 firm. ---Selling to start another motorcycle project.
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- Custom Triple Clamps (CNC'd top & modified 929RR lower) from Full Throttle Inc.
- 2007 CBR600RR Carbon Fiber Front Fender, slightly reshaped/modified
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- Renthal Hard Road Race Grips
- CBR954RR Front and Rear Calipers with Gold Fren front pads and Galfer rear...


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