By now, you probably have a few tires in your garage.
Now it’s time to figure out what works best for your bike.
Here are some of the best tires to use for your 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021 bikes.1.
Nitto NT01S-TireVentura: This is one of the newer tires in the bunch.
The NittoNT01S is a full-face tube tire that is designed for a narrower range of tire sizes.
It features a dual-pivot rim design, which means the rim is in two places, one in front of the tire and one in back of the rim.
The rim also comes in a wide range of tread patterns, from flat, medium and narrow to high and wide.
It comes in four tread patterns: full, medium, narrow and narrow.2.
Nittany NT01T-Tieged Tire: This tread is made from a super-high-density, high-strength rubber.
The tire is rated for 50-70 miles per gallon, which is a good mix of highway cruising and spirited touring.
It’s available in three tread patterns (medium, narrow, and wide), and has an internal compression rating of 3.2 psi.
The tires are also available in a wider range of widths and tires.3.
Pirelli P1 TireVenture: This tire is available in all three tread types (medium and narrow), with an internal capacity of 40 psi.
It also has a very low internal compression, which makes it a great choice for touring and other low-mileage applications.4.
Kenda MT01T (2-Way): This tire uses a 2-way design, meaning the tire is only used on one side of the road.
It is available with either an internal or an external tire.
It has a full tread, medium tread, narrow tread and wide tread.5.
Goodyear XR01T – 3-Way: This 3-way tire is the latest addition to the tire lineup, and it has the best tread design.
The tread is super-soft and supple, making it ideal for riding on rocky terrain.
It makes for a comfortable ride.6.
Bontrager XS02T – 2-Way Tire: The Bontrs are a brand that specializes in tires that are specifically designed to handle heavy, bumpy roads.
They offer three tread styles: soft, medium-tack and wide-tacked.
It can be used on both the front and rear of the bike, but they offer a wide choice of tread and tire sizes depending on the tire you choose.7.
Bridgestone Blizzak DTX-S-3T: This Bridgestones DTX is one that I use regularly.
The DTX offers great tread and is super grippy and durable.
It came in four different tread patterns.8.
Michelin Pilot Ultra (2x): This is the newest tire on the list.
The Michelin pilot Ultra is the first tire to be designed with a wide variety of tire options.
It uses a high-density rubber, and there are many different tread types.
It offers a moderate tire pressure rating of about 11 psi.9.
Micheline Pilot Ultra – Wide Tack: This Michelin’s tire offers the widest tread available.
It provides excellent grip and traction on rough terrain.10.
Michele Mona MTX-4T (4-Way) Tire: This Tire is the most durable tire on this list, and the Michele MTX4T is one I recommend for touring.
The MTX tires are designed to be worn on both sides of the wheel.
The high-tire tread and a large tire pressure make for an incredibly durable tire that can be ridden on all types of terrain.11.
Bridger B-Series DTXT (3-Way, 3-Tack) Tire.
The Bridger MTXT is a versatile tire that offers a wide tire pressure and a low tire pressure.
It was designed to replace the Bridgestoned DTX.12.
Bridgenx B-series DTX4-T (8-Way and 4-Way).
This tire comes with the most tire pressures and tread types available, and is ideal for touring, touring commuting, and cross-country riding.13.
Bridgie MTX (4)T – Wide-Tacked: This wide-topped Bridgie has a wide tread design that makes it an ideal tire for riding up hills.
It packs in quite a bit of grip, which helps keep you comfortable on the roughest roads.14.
Continental MTX2 (2)T-Ride: This MTX has a large tread design and has great tread grip.
It weighs in at just over 3 pounds.15.
Continental B-X1 (4Way)T (S) – 4Way Tire.
This is a great tire for those who are looking