Metzeler Motorcycle Tyres Sydney

Motorcycle tyres Sydney Deciding where to buy Motorcycle tyres in Sydney can be difficult,there are as many choices and varied options as Motorcycles themselves. From Motorcycle competition racing slicks and off road tyres (one for every type of terrain) to Motorcycle tyres just for Harley Davidson and whitewalls as well.

It is a comprehensive and competitive market with several manufacturers vying for market leadership. At The Bikesmith,we stock a range of Motorcycle tyres in Sydney to suit most riders needs for road and off road use as well as suitable tyres for most scooters.

Motorcycle tyres are no longer just round black thing used to keep the rims off the ground. They are an exact science and a simple glimpse at manufacturers websites will tell you that they are all dedicated to the technical improvement of their product,which in the end is good for us. Motorcycle riders need to have confidence that the blisteringly fast bikes of today are shod with rubber that can do the job.

It comes down to individual preference and what you feel most comfortable with. Most riders have tried most motorcycle tyres and have developed a preference for their specific needs.Motorcycle tyres SydneyWhether that be Metzeler Racetecs for your Gixer track bike or Marathons for your Cruiser. If you have a need for a specific Motorcycle tyre not only will it be available but from your choice of manufacturer.

At The Bikesmith we offer advice and service in relation to most popular brands and stock a comprehensive selection including Metzeler,Dunlop,Pirelli,and Michelin.
If you’re looking to purchase a set of new Motorcycle tyres in Sydney we will fit them while you enjoy a coffee. In addition to Motorcycle tyres sales and fitment we offer a repair service for those unfortunate enough to have experienced a puncture.

Our motto is Excellence in Motorcycle service

Our focus is service,not sales and we cater for all types of road,dirt and racing motorbikes. If you are looking for a motorbike service,repair or new tyres then give us a call or come in and visit our Blacktown shop.

We strive to offer the complete package; which means we spend time with you and determine together your specific requirements. All aspects of the motorbike service or repairs conducted are discussed with you in advance. We offer advice and recommendations on motorcycle maintenance to ensure a safe,smooth and enjoyable ride.


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Metzeler Metzeler Tourance EXP Tire - Rear - 140/80R-17, Position: Rear, Tire Size: 140/80-17, Rim Size: 17, Load Rating: 69, Speed Rating: V, Tire Type: Dual Sport, Tire Construction: Radial 1938200
Automotive Parts and Accessories (Metzeler)
  • The Metzeler patented 0 degrees steel belt radial technology front and rear tire provides great straight-line and braking stability, maximum precision in the corners...
  • Improved compound for excellent grip on wet and dry surfaces
  • Tread pattern design engineered to ensure the best on-road performance in wet and dry weather conditions
  • M spec
  • Tubeless (TL)
2011-08-30 17:32:23 by supertireguy

Same Size As Stock Recommended

With a few exceptions the stock tire sizes are the correct tire sizes that you should use.
Front tires available in your 120/90/17 size include; Metzeler ME880, Dunlop D404, Pirelli MT66, Bridgestone Exedra G701...
You can use the Tire Finder feature at Motorcycle Superstore to browse tire choices in your sizes...


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Metzeler Tourance EXP Tire - Rear - 150/70R-17, Tire Construction: Radial, Tire Size: 150/80-17, Tire Type: Dual Sport, Rim Size: 17, Position: Rear, Load Rating: 69, Speed Rating: V 1998400
Automotive Parts and Accessories (Metzeler)
  • The Metzeler patented 0 degrees steel belt radial technology front and rear tire provides great straight-line and braking stability, maximum precision in the corners...
  • Improved compound for excellent grip on wet and dry surfaces
  • Tread pattern design engineered to ensure the best on-road performance in wet and dry weather conditions
  • M spec
  • Tubeless (TL)

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