Dual Sport Tires - On Offroad Motorcycle Tires
Complete range of world’s best Dualsport tire brands. We have stocks of cheaper than market Dual Sport Tires from Dunlop, Avon, IRC, Bridgestone, Kenda, Michelin and Continental brands. With professional customer support and guidance, we help you choose the best tires for your needs, and ensure prompt and efficient delivery in time for your next action. Tires for all dual sport bikes including KTM, Kawasaki, Yamaha and Honda.
For tips on how to take care of your tires, please scroll to the bottom of this page.
We make it a point to deliver Dual Sport tires specially fast; we know riders cant wait much.
Taking Care of Your Tires
As a leading tire dealer, MotoXMall suggests some tips and instructions about how to take care of your tires. We recommend steps to properly inflate and check your tires, watch for wear and tear and tips for proper storage of your tires.
Things to check regularly
Tire pressure must be checked every month against that recommended for your tires.
Regularly inspect your tires for bulges, cuts or cracks in side walls. Make sure the tread has not worn our beyond safety limits. Keep your valves clean from dust and mud and change them with every tire change. Keep the tread free of pebbles and other foreign objects.
Storing your tires
Take the following measures for proper storage of tires or if your vehicle is parked for a long time. Check for valve leakage and replace missing valve caps. Check the vehicle suspension for proper alignment if you notice uneven wearing of tires. If your vehicle is parked for a long period, keep changing the position of tires every few days by pushing your dirtbike slightly forward or back to make the tires bear weight on all sides. Store the tires in a cool and dry place away from strong electric fields.
Driving tips for better tires
Wrong driving technique can seriously damage your tires. For prolonged life of your tires, follow these correct driving tips. Do not park your vehicle on oily surface or surface covered with any sort of chemical. Always adjust the tire pressure after loading the vehicle before high speed rides. Pressure will show a higher than actual reading on warm tires. Do not turn the steering wheel when vehicle is powered off (for power steering).