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Jake Wilson.com has a huge selection of Avon cruiser motorcycle tires that have an aggressive tread pattern and are able to handle heavy loads – making them perfect for cruising and adventure touring. Avon has been making high quality tires since 1904 and their motorcycle tires combine cutting edge design and manufacturing technology. Jake Wilson carries a variety of Avon motorcycle tires to choose from so you can find the exact tires you need and want. For example, if your cruiser motorcycle is bigger than most bikes, the MT90-16 WWW Avon Gangster Motorcycle Tire may be just what you’re looking for because it’s designed to handle bigger motorcycles and features an attention-grabbing whitewall - sure to make you stand out while cruising the strip. Jake Wilson’s online “Tire Finder” will pull up the exact tires to fit your motorcycle in a matter of seconds, once you enter your bike’s made, model and year; and our “Price Match Guarantee” ensures you pay the best price on cruiser motorcycle tires because we match any competitor’s price, should you ever fine one that’s lower. Find the Avon cruiser motorcycle tires you’re looking for and pay the best price – only at Jake Wilson.com.
Steven in GA
awesome tires white wall looks great but they stick so much better than OMG Dunlops. Shipping was faster than expected even though tires were out of stock, still got here within one week. The tires look good ride very smooth and turn like I'm on a rail. I'm very happy!Read All Reviews
ROY in TX
I looked high and low for reviews on this tire, the only information I could find was "it does not last long" and "it is sticky". I have no idea what either of those statements mean, but my first impression is excellent. My bike is a 2013 Softail Deluxe. It is hard on back tires. The Dun 402 that came stock lasted 6800 miles, the second Dun 402 lasted about 7600 miles but with the Dun tires, the tail of the bike felt like it would slide out from under me in a curve. I do not have that feeling with this tire. That part is subjective, but for what it is worth, if the tire makes at least 6K miles, I will commit to the brand for life of my bike based on that subjective opinion. As of now, I have 1000 miles on the tire and there is no show of wear - I will try to update this later when I have more objective information to provide on tire life.Read All Reviews