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Courtesy of various popular brands like CEAT, MRF, JK and many others, there is a plethora of tyres available for your bike or scooter. Simply select the model and its variant that you own and you will be presented with the available options. You can also compare various tyres before making your final decision.

Bike Tyre Price In India

MODEL NAMEPRICE RANGE
MILAZE
9 Sizes Available
Rs.2,170
SECURA ZOOM F
4 Sizes Available
Rs.1,610
GRIPP
2 Sizes Available
Rs.2,040
Nylogrip Plus
12 Sizes Available
Rs.1,350
PILOT SPORTY
7 Sizes Available
Rs.2,500
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  • satyajit barik asked 12-Jan-2022 08:11:30
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    Front tyre for Suzuki Gixxer SF for the purpose of normal day to day city ride and sometimes rides of 500kms - 5000kms, many patch of off-road is also expected.
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    As per your budget and preference, you can choose among CEAT Zoom RAD, Apollo Alpha S1 and MRF Revz. All three are sturdy tyres specifically made keeping in mind Indian road conditions.

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    Answered 13-Jan-2022 16:51:45
  • raj dey asked 11-Jan-2022 21:13:29
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    DOMINAR 250 TYRE UPGRADE
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    Tyre upsize is not recommended by motorcycle makers as it hampers the fuel efficiency and performance of the vehicle. Considering the same if you still want to go for upsizing you can choose 140/70-17 tyre size over the existing 130/70-17.

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    Answered 13-Jan-2022 16:50:06
  • sahil sharma asked 11-Jan-2022 00:24:51
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    How much I can upside on yamaha bs6 fz25 on rear tyre without damaging swing arm and other parts.Can I use 150/60 r17 tyre on this.please recommend me.best suitable for my bike.
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    Tyre upsizing is not recommended by bike manufacturers as it hampers the mileage and performance of the vehicle. Considering the same if you still want to upsize you can go with the said 150/60 R17 tyre size. With this size, there will not be issues related to swing arm or bike body scraping, but the ones mentioned at the start of the answer. For 150/60 R17 tyre size, you can choose between tyre patterns between CEAT Rad X1, Apollo Alpha H1 and Metzeler M5.

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    Answered 13-Jan-2022 16:46:46
  • swapnil padlekar asked 10-Jan-2022 13:35:53
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    I have a fzs v3 bs6 dark knight edition. Currently i have stock mrf revz y tyres. The rear tyre has a air loss issue, which i had replaced in warranty 1 year ago, due to the same reason. The rim seems to be okay, as i checked from the mechanic. So now I am thinking of changing to another brand. I was think michelin pilot street or appolo S1. I read a review that michelin front tyre is not good for cornering. So please suggest me a good set of tyres that are good for cornering, commuting, wet grip, and a little offroading. Appolo, michelin, pirelli and masseter are my preferred brands. Thank you
    A.

    You can choose Apollo Alpha S1, or else pick Metzeler Sportec Street. Both these tyres have tried and tested results in terms of high-speed stability and cornering.

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    Answered 12-Jan-2022 18:43:38
  • nishanth yadav asked 10-Jan-2022 09:58:32
    Q.
    Dows front tyre have to be radial for dominar 400. How's the price range and which one should I go for?
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    Depending on your budget, for the front radial tyre of Bajaj Dominar 400, you can choose between CEAT Rad X1 (Rs 3158 approx.), Apollo Alpha H1 (Rs 4399 approx.) and Metzeler ME Speed (Rs 3942 approx.).

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    Answered 12-Jan-2022 18:40:09

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Frequently Asked Questions on Bike Tyres

Which is the best Bike tyre brand?

Choosing the right set of tyres is important for a safer ride. There are several tyre brands to choose from depending upon your budget and requirements. CEAT , MRF and Michelin are some of the popular Bike tyre brands for Indian roads.

Which tyre is best for a Bike?

MILAZE , SECURA ZOOM F , GRIPP , Nylogrip Plus and PILOT SPORTY are some of the popular tyres that can be fitted on various Bike. These tyres are available in different sizes and specifications. Choose the one that fits your requirement.

How to choose tyres for your Bike?

Choosing the right set of tyres can increase the entire performance of your vehicle, including fuel consumption and safety. To get the best from your vehicle, it is important that you have the right tyre size. To know the right size, it is, firstly, necessary to understand the abbreviation printed on the tyre sidewall, eg. 80/100 R18, where 80 (mm) is the width of the tread on the tyre, 100 is the height of the sidewall represented as a percentage of the tread width, R is Radial construction and 18 inches is the rim diameter of the wheel on which this tyre is designed to fit.

Which are the best tubeless tyres for Bike?

There are various tyre brands that offer tubeless tyres for different Bike. MILAZE , SECURA ZOOM F , GRIPP , Nylogrip Plus and PILOT SPORTY are some of the popular tubeless tyres available in the market.

How long should Tyres last on a Bike?

Average life of a tyre depends on how well the Bike has been maintained, driving style, road conditions etc. Well, almost every Bike manufacturer recommends their customers to replace the tyres after every 5 years, regardless of tread depth available on them. This is because Bike tyres usually have a shelf-life of 5 years.

What is the average pressure of a Bike tyre?

Ideally for most 2 wheelers you can adapt to the following policy. For a normal single person slow commute you can use 22 psi (front tyre) and 32 psi (rear tyre). For front tyre pressure (Rider & Pillion) 25 psi and rear tyre pressure (Rider & Pillion) 35 psi.

After how many kilometers should I change tyres of my Bike?

It is advisable that you change the tyres of your Bike after 40,000 km regardless of the amount of tread life left.

How to read Bike tyres?

For example the code on a common fitment for Indian bike is - 80/100 R18 47P.
  • 80 indicates the nominal section width of the tyre in millimeter
  • 100 indicates its aspect ratio, a comparison of the tyre's section height with its section width
  • R indicates radial ply construction.
  • 18 indicates the nominal diameter of the wheel rim (15 inches).
  • 47 represents a maximum load of 180 kg per tyre
  • P represents a maximum speed of 150km/h

What are the most common Bike tyre sizes in India?

Tyres have rim diameter expressed in inches. Most popular bike tyre sizes available in India are 16, 17, 18, and 19 inches.

Which is the best Bike tyre inflator?

Bergmann Typhoon, TUSA Digital, iBELL IBL CA12-95, and Michelin 12266, are some of the best portable Bike tyre inflator available in the Indian market.a?

How to find Bike tyre size?

The size of a tyre is printed onto the side of the tyre – on the area known as the sidewall. For example the code on a common fitment for Indian bike is - 80/100 R18 47P
  • 80 indicates the nominal section width of the tyre in millimeter
  • 100 indicates its aspect ratio, a comparison of the tyre's section height with its section width
  • R indicates radial ply construction.
  • 18 indicates the nominal diameter of the wheel rim (15 inches).
  • 47 represents a maximum load of 180 kg per tyre
  • P represents a maximum speed of 150km/h

What is the difference between tubeless tyres and tube tyres?

A tube-type tyre comes with a an inflatable tube placed on the inside. The air in this tube doubles up as a cushion and makes for a smooth and comfortable riding experience even on an undulated tarmac.
A tubeless tyre, on the other hand, does not require a separate air tube inside it. The rim of the wheel and the tire form an airtight seal. The rate of deflation of these tyres is less as compared to the ones with tube.

Which one is better between air and nitrogen for Bike tyres?

Nitrogen-filled tyres tend to lose pressure much slowly than oxygen, which means that your tyre pressures will remain more stable over the long term. However, nitrogen is still not widely available in India, so you will find trouble locating the spots where you can find it. In case of normal air, you can top-off your Bike’s tyres at any fuel station across the country. Topping up nitrogen also means an expense of Rs 10-20, depending on whether you are getting your vehicle’s tyres emptied and then filled with nitrogen or just topping them up.

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