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  • Kenda K760 Trakmaster II Tire

    Kenda K760 Trakmaster II Tire

    Michael in FL

    Nice dual sport tire!

    I have around 3,000 miles on this rear tire after riding the TET South trail last month. I rode in deep sand, heavy mud, slick clay, pavement, and rutted out 2 track. I believe that this may be the perfect DOT dual sport tire for my application. It hooks great, clears great, and really digs hard. The reason that I did not give it 5 stars is due to wear. I am really disappointed in the wear of the tire. I don't think that I will get 5,000 miles out of the tire, was really surprised.

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  • Pirelli Diablo Rear Motorcycle Tire

    Pirelli Diablo Rear Motorcycle Tire

    Dick in New Jersey

    Steer clear

    Steer clear from this tire if you expect a reasonable amount of grip. Bought these tires like above folks. When warm these are OK at best, never really inspired confidence and just a very bland feeling having these tires under you, very little feedback or sense of grip. Lasted about 3k on the rear. Front could last longer but I feel like it will start to cup in 1k miles or less. Spend the extra ca$h and get something other than this!

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  • Nuetech Tubliss Gen 2 (Tubeless) Tire System

    Nuetech Tubliss Gen 2 (Tubeless) Tire System

    mike in NV

    great when you're near your truck

    â??PRO: much lighter then the bridgestone UHD tubes i use, running a sedona mx907 rear at 4 psi is amazing! CON: tricky and messy to install with slime but you get used to it, the rim tape comes off every time - the constant moisture from the slime gets into the adhesive and releases it no matter how hard i try not to have it happen, if you cut a tire with tubliss you're done. just came back from baja mex. cut a rear tire on the beach, it sliced the outer carcass but didn't penetrate into the inner skin of the tire but regardless the air leaked out and tire went flat. aired it back up, flat again. had to pull out the tubliss and install a full tube then had to mule the red inner liner on the front bars of the bike the rest of the trip. tubliss has strong advantages and strong disadvantages. but what doesn't. i think from now on for rides in the states, with parts and help readily avail i'll run the tubliss, but def not for baja or high risk rides. i'll just run mouse.

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  • Motion Pro RimShield II

    Motion Pro RimShield II

    Arden in ID

    Good quality but a bit hard to use.

    Wouldn't buy again.

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  • Dunlop D606 Dual Sport Tire

    Dunlop D606 Dual Sport Tire

    Tobin in CO

    Stick with a good off-road tire

    If you're thinking of using this for a dirt bike that you dual sport occasionally, stick with a good off-road tire. This tire has much less grip and traction than a real dirt tire and did't last any longer than a Trak Master or the Maxis Desert that I usually use. Not worth the extra money.

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  • STI Heavy Duty Motorcycle Tube

    STI Heavy Duty Motorcycle Tube

    melanie in OR

    STI Tube

    No complaints! they are very durable and hold up well never had a flat!

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Motorcycle Tires for Cruiser, Sport Bike and Dual Sport Bikes

Our slogan here at Jake Wilson is Everything Street, and if there’s one section of our website that truly signifies our dedication to street bikes, it’s right here on our motorcycle tires page. If you’re a street enthusiast, you’re going to love our huge selection of street bike tires. We have literally hundreds of different options from a number of the leading brands and in a variety of sizes. We have something for any type of motorcycle that graces the road, including cruiser tires, touring tires, sport bike tires, dual sport tires and more.

To borrow some wheel terminology, this page is the “hub” of all our tire offerings. From here, you can access a number of different categories, products, accessories and other resources. But don’t feel overwhelmed; we’ve laid everything out in an easy-to-use setup that will help you get right to what you’re looking for. This way, you can have an enjoyable shopping experience and get back on the street sooner than later.

The first thing you’ll likely notice about our layout is that we’ve split all of our tires into several intuitive categories:

  • Sport bike
  • Cruiser
  • Dual sport
  • Sport touring
  • Touring

Don’t feel like sorting through all of these different categories? You can cut right to the chase with our Motorcycle Tires – All section which has everything in one simple location. And if you trailer your machine to the track for high speed thrills, you’ll notice that we have a category for trailer tires as well. (Yes, we’ve thought of everything!) You’ll notice that each of these categories is accessible on the left sidebar at the top.

You’ll see helpful product descriptions on every one of our products. These can be a great way to get to know the tire a little better and determine if it’s right for you. In some cases, we’ve also added special notes that we know our customers appreciate being aware of before they make a purchase. We’ve taken the time to provide how-to videos and safety information to make sure you know as much as you need. And if all of this wasn’t enough, you can also read customer reviews. What better information could you ask for than testimonials from fellow motorcyclists who have hit the street with the same tires you’re considering? And if you don’t see a customer review for a specific tire, you could be the first to leave your comments!

Believe it or not, but this is just the beginning. When it comes to motorcycle tires, we have plenty of resources to help you on your journey to finding the perfect set for you and your machine, and you can get to everything right here. For instance, check out our slider at the top of the page. We constantly update this with new banners to showcase incredible deals and the latest products. It’s a great way to take note of the best offers available at any given time.

We’ve also featured several other ways to find tires. You can look at the top selling tires for the different types of street bikes (cruiser, touring motorcycle, etc.). This is a great way to see what’s currently popular. We’ve also provided a link to our Tire Finder, which allows you to enter your bike’s make, model and year to identify exactly what we carry that will fit it. This is a great tool if you don’t like the hassle of matching up tire sizes.

You can also take a look at our brand index if you feel partial to a specific name. We carry the brands that you know you can trust with your bike:

  • Avon
  • Bridgestone
  • Continental
  • Dunlop
  • Kenda
  • Metzeler
  • Michelin
  • Pirelli
  • Shinko

These are all names that you can trust. They’ve been making tires for years, and they’ve got the process down to a science. We also carry a number of brands for our accessories, including Dyna Beads, Suzuka, Slime, Trik Topz, Bike Master and many more.

If you need street bike tires (or anything to do with them), Jake Wilson is your one-stop source. Start now with one of the many categories or resources accessible on this page. You’ll discover why we’re rapidly gaining “traction” in the street bike world.