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Now the season is in full swing and the summer weather is finally here, we are cramming in as much two wheel action as we can! Whether it is attacking those favourite twisties, a weekend away, a European tour or those all too addictive track days it doesn't take much of that mileage before your tyres become decidedly worn and it?s time to start thinking about replacements. No other part of a motorcycle is talked about more often! Motorcycle tyres are the subject of long debates down the pub or the motorcycle club centring around which is the best tyre of the moment - the answer being that there is no single best tyre. For this reason, it is always best to seek specialist advice when selecting new tyres. Here at Demon Tweeks, we feel we have the best selection of tyres from all the major manufacturers to suit everyone's taste, whether it's full blown racing slicks, high performance road tyres, sports touring tyres or even adventure sports tyres you're after, our knowledgeable staff can advise you on which tyre is best suited to you, your bike and the riding you do. With great stocks, a dedicated motorcycle fitting centre and a whole host of superb biking roads around us, you've never had a better excuse to get on over and get some new hoops! We understand how important your choice of motorcycle tyres can be which is why we stock a wide range of tyres from entry level rubber through to full racing slicks for those track days. The Maxxis motorcycle tyre range has always been hugely popular due to their great quality and fantastic prices and more so than the Maxxis Supermaxx Touring M6029 performance tyre. Michelin, Dunlop and Bridgestone all have superb ranges of tyres to suit all motorcycles and each manufacturer prides themselves on creating tyres which are capable of producing the ultimate grip on your bike for any application to make sure you keep it sunny side up. If track days or racing your bike is your thing then we even stock full racing slicks from both Dunlop and Metzeler. These tyres will provide unparalleled amounts of grip in dry conditions and will make a huge difference to your confidence when tipping in to any corner around the track. So whether you are a flat out racer with aspirations of matching Valentino and Casey or prefer a more sedate style of touring Demon Tweeks have the perfect set of motorcycle tyres for the job and all at very competitive cheap prices.
2007-06-08 22:47:51 by mca8690


This may sound odd, as i have not actually ordered from this site myself and cannot rate their service, but as far as prices go, DAMN! for sportbike tires, esp. Pilot Powers and the like, they ship both tires to your door for less than my local shops just sell the rubbers for!!
The american motorcycle tire store looks like they have similar prices, but i'd guarantee that their shipping is more...
For my bike, for front and rear pilot powers, it's like $220.99 shipped to my door. I just talked to a guy at a local dealership yesterday w a new pilot power, JUST THE REAR, and he was smiling b/c he "only" paid $140 for it

Bridgestone Bridgestone Excedra G704R Cruiser Rear Motorcycle Tire 180/60-16
Automotive Parts and Accessories (Bridgestone)
  • Radial touring rear tire designed for the Honda Goldwing 1800.
  • Uni-directional pattern for reliable performance on dry and wet surfaces
  • Specifically constructed for today s American style Touring bikes.
  • Original Equipment on Honda GL1800 Goldwing

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