# Bike Tyre sizes and recommended tyre pressure

At the time when you are looking to replace your old motorcycle tyres with brand new ones, the first and foremost thing you should know is the bike tyre size. Usually, the motorcycle tyre size is found on the sidewall of the tyre. But due to daily abrasions and abnormal wear (with the time), the inscription may fade away. To help you in such distress and put a full-stop to your guessing game, below is an exhaustive list of Indian bike or two-wheeler tyre sizes. **Recommended: Indian Cars With Their Tyre Sizes And Recommended Tyre Pressure PSI**

In addition to the tyre size, we have also put forth the recommended tyre pressure for the front and rear tyres of your bike in psi. So that you enjoy a supple and pliant ride, and derive best out of your bike engine in terms of performance and mileage.

## Check tyre size and tyre pressure chart of all the bikes available in India. Know if your motorcycle is equipped with tubeless tyres or tube type tyres.

Bike Name |
Front |
Rear |
Tube Type/ Tubeless |
Recommended Tyre Pressure – Front (F) & Rear (R) |

Aprilia RS V4 | 120/70 R 17 | 190/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 41 PSI (R) |

Aprilia Tuono 1000R | 120/70 R 17 | 180/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 33 PSI (F) & 36 PSI (R) |

Aprilia Dorsoduro 750 | 120/70 R 17 | 190/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 33 PSI (F) & 36 PSI (R) |

Bajaj Platina 100 | 2.75 R 17 | 3.00 R 17 | TUBE TYPE | 24.5 PSI (F) & 28 PSI (R) |

Bajaj Platina 100 ES | 2.75 R 17 | 3.00 R 17 | TUBE TYPE | 24.5 PSI (F) & 28 PSI (R) |

Bajaj Discover 125 | 2.75 R 17 | 3.00 R 17 | TUBE TYPE | 24.5 PSI (F) & 28 PSI (R) |

Bajaj Discover 150 F | 80/100 R 17 | 100/90 R 17 | TUBE TYPE | 25 PSI (F) & 33 PSI (R) |

Bajaj Discover 100 M | 2.75 R 17 | 3.00 R 17 | TUBE TYPE | 24.5 PSI (F) & 28 PSI (R) |

Bajaj Discover 150 S | 80/100 R 17 | 100/90 R 17 | TUBE TYPE | 25 PSI (F) & 33 PSI (R) |

Bajaj CT 100 | 2.75 R 17 | 3.00 R 17 | TUBE TYPE | 24.5 PSI (F) & 28 PSI (R) |

Bajaj Pulsar AS 200 | 100/80 R 17 | 130/70 R 17 | TUBELESS | 25 PSI (F) & 28 PSI (R) |

Bajaj Pulsar AS 150 | 80/100 R 17 | 110/80 R 17 | TUBELESS | 24 PSI (F) & 28 PSI (R) |

Bajaj Pulsar 135 LS | 2.75 R 17 | 100/90 R 17 | TUBE TYPE | 25 PSI (F) & 28 PSI (R) |

Bajaj Pulsar 150 | 2.75 R 17 | 100/90 R 17 | TUBELESS | 25 PSI (F) & 28 PSI (R) |

Bajaj Pulsar 180 | 90/90 R 17 | 120/80 R 17 | TUBELESS | 25 PSI (F) & 28 PSI (R) |

Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 | 100/80 R 17 | 130/70 R 17 | TUBELESS | 25 PSI (F) & 28 PSI (R) |

Bajaj Pulsar NS 200 | 100/80 R 17 | 130/70 R 17 | TUBELESS | 25 PSI (F) & 28 PSI (R) |

Bajaj Pulsar 220 | 90/90 R 17 | 120/80 R 17 | TUBELESS | 25 PSI (F) & 28 PSI (R) |

Bajaj Dominar | 110/70 R 17 | 150/60 R 17 | TUBELESS | 29 PSI (F) & 32 PSI (R) |

Bajaj V | 2.75 R 18 | 120/80 R 16 | TUBELESS | 25 PSI (F) & 28 PSI (R) |

Bajaj Avenger Street 220 | 90/90 R 17 | 130/90 R 15 | TUBE TYPE | 21 PSI (F) & 25 PSI (R) |

Bajaj Avenger Street 150 | 90/90 R 17 | 130/90 R 15 | TUBE TYPE | 21 PSI (F) & 25 PSI (R) |

Bajaj Avenger Cruise | 90/90 R 17 | 130/90 R 15 | TUBE TYPE | 21 PSI (F) & 25 PSI (R) |

Benelli TNT 300 | 120/70 R 17 | 160/60 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 32 PSI (R) |

Benelli TNT 600 i | 120/70 R 17 | 180/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 32 PSI (R) |

Benelli TNT 899 | 120/70 R 17 | 190/50 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 32 PSI (R) |

Benelli TNT R | 120/70 R 17 | 190/50 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 32 PSI (R) |

Benelli TNT 25 | 110/70 R 17 | 150/60 R17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 32 PSI (R) |

Benelli Tre-K 1130 | 120/70 R 17 | 190/50 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 32 PSI (R) |

Benelli TNT 600 GT | 120/70 R 17 | 160/60 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 32 PSI (R) |

Benelli TNT 15 | 90/90 R 17 | 120/80 R 17 | TUBELESS | 21 PSI (F) & 28 PSI (R) |

Benelli TNT 135 | 120/70 R 12 | 130/70 R 12 | TUBELESS | 30 PSI (F) & 34 PSI (R) |

Benelli BX 250 Motard | 100/80 R 17 | 130/70 R 17 | TUBELESS | 25 PSI (F) & 28 PSI (R) |

BMW Motorrad BMW S 1000 RR | 120/70 R 17 | 190/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

BMW Motorrad BMW R 1200 R | 120/70 R 17 | 180/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

BMW Motorrad BMW K 1600 GTUBELESS | 120/70 R 17 | 190/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

BMW Motorrad BMW R 1200 RT | 120/70 R 17 | 180/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

BMW Motorrad BMW R nineT | 120/70 R 17 | 180/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

BMW Motorrad BMW R nineT Scrambler | 120/70 R 19 | 170/60 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

BMW Motorrad BMW R 1200 RS | 120/70 R 17 | 180/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

BMW Motorrad BMW S 1000 R | 120/70 R 17 | 190/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

BMW Motorrad BMW R 1200 GS | 120/70 R 19 | 170/60 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

BMW Motorrad BMW R 1200 GS Adventure | 120/70 R 19 | 170/60 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

BMW Motorrad BMW S 1000 XR | 120/70 R 17 | 190/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

Ducati Monster 821 | 120/70 R 17 | 180/60 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

Ducati Monster 1200 | 120/70 R 17 | 190/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 33 PSI (F) & 36 PSI (R) |

Ducati Monster 1200 S | 120/70 R 17 | 190/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 33 PSI (F) & 36 PSI (R) |

Ducati Monster 1200 R | 120/70 R 17 | 190/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 33 PSI (F) & 36 PSI (R) |

Ducati Superbike 959 Panigale | 120/70 R 17 | 180/60 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

Ducati Superbike 1299 Panigale | 120/70 R 17 | 200/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 30 PSI (F) & 32 PSI (R) |

Ducati Superbike 1299 Panigale S | 120/70 R 17 | 200/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 30 PSI (F) & 32 PSI (R) |

Ducati Superbike Panigale R | 120/70 R 17 | 200/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 30 PSI (F) & 32 PSI (R) |

Ducati Diavel | 120/70 R 17 | 240/45 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 36 PSI (R) |

Ducati Diavel Carbon | 120/70 R 17 | 240/45 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

Ducati Diavel Diesel | 120/70 R 17 | 240/45 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

Ducati XDiavel | 120/70 R 17 | 240/45 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

Ducati XDiavel S | 120/70 R 17 | 240/45 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

Ducati Hypermotorad 939 | 120/70 R 17 | 180/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

Ducati Hyperstrada 939 | 120/70 R 17 | 180/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

Ducati Hypermotorad 939 SP | 120/70 R 17 | 180/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

Ducati Multistrada 1200 | 120/70 R 17 | 190/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

Ducati Multistrada 1200 S | 120/70 R 17 | 190/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

Ducati Multistrada 1200 Pikes Peak | 120/70 R 17 | 190/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

Ducati Multistrada 1200 Enduro | 120/70 R 19 | 170/60 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

Ducati Scrambler Full ThroTube Typeubelesse | 110/80 R 18 | 180/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 36 PSI (R) |

Ducati Scrambler Full ThroTube Typeubelesse Icon | 110/80 R 18 | 180/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 36 PSI (R) |

Ducati Scrambler Classic | 110/80 R 18 | 180/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 36 PSI (R) |

Harley Davidson Sportster Iron 883 | 100/90 B 19 | 150/80 B 16 | TUBELESS | 30 PSI (F) & 36 PSI (R) |

Harley Davidson Street 750 | 100/80 R 17 | 150/70 R 15 | TUBELESS | 30 PSI (F) & 40 PSI (R) |

Harley Davidson Dyna Street Bob | 100/90 B 19 | 160/70 B 17 | TUBELESS | 30 PSI (F) & 36 PSI (R) |

Harley Davidson Dyna Fat Bob | 130/90 B 16 | 180/70 B 16 | TUBELESS | 30 PSI (F) & 36 PSI (R) |

Harley Davidson Softail Fat Boy | 140/75 R 17 | 200/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 40 PSI (R) |

Harley Davidson Sportster Forty Eight | 130/90 B 16 | 150/80 B 16 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 40 PSI (R) |

Harley Davidson Touring Road King | 130/80 B 17 | 180/65 B 16 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 40 PSI (R) |

Harley Davidson Heritage Softail Classic | MT 90 B 16 | MU 85 B 16 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 40 PSI (R) |

Harley Davidson CVO Limited | BW 130/80 B 17 | BW 180/65 B 16 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 40 PSI (R) |

Harley Davidson Touring Road Glide | 130/60 B 19 | 180/65 B 16 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 40 PSI (R) |

Harley Davidson Touring Street Glide | 130/60 B 19 | 180/65 B 16 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 40 PSI (R) |

Harley Davidson Sportster 1200 Custom | 130/90 B 16 | 150/80 B 16 | TUBELESS | 30 PSI (F) & 36 PSI (R) |

Harley Davidson Sportster Roadster | 120/70 R 19 | 150/70 R 18 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 40 PSI (R) |

Harley Davidson Street Rod | 120/70 R 17 | 160/60 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 32 PSI (R) |

Hero Passion iSmart | 2.75 R 18 | 3.00 R 18 | TUBE TYPE | 25 PSI (F) & 29 PSI (R) |

Hero Splendor iSmart 110 | 2.75 R 18 | 2.75 R 18 | TUBELESS | 25 PSI (F) & 29 PSI (R) |

Hero Splendor Pro | 2.75 R 18 | 2.75 R 18 | TUBE TYPE | 25 PSI (F) & 29 PSI (R) |

Hero Splendor Plus | 2.75 R 18 | 2.75 R 18 | TUBE TYPE | 25 PSI (F) & 29 PSI (R) |

Hero Super Splendor | 2.75 R 18 | 2.75 R 18 | TUBELESS | 25 PSI (F) & 29 PSI (R) |

Hero Glamour 125 | 80/100 R 18 | 90/90 R 18 | TUBELESS | 25 PSI (F) & 32 PSI (R) |

Hero Glamour Programmed FI | 80/100 R 18 | 90/90 R 18 | TUBELESS | 25 PSI (F) & 32 PSI (R) |

Hero Xtreme Sports | 80/100 R 18 | 110/90 R 18 | TUBELESS | 29 PSI (F) & 33 PSI (R) |

Hero Impulse | 90/90 R 19 | 110/90 R 17 | TUBE TYPE | 24 PSI (F) & 28 PSI (R) |

Hero Ignitor | 80/100 R 17 | 100/90 R 17 | TUBELESS | 25 PSI (F) & 33 PSI (R) |

Hero HF Dawn | 2.75 R 18 | 2.75 R 18 | TUBE TYPE | 25 PSI (F) & 29 PSI (R) |

Hero HF Deluxe | 2.75 R 18 | 2.75 R 18 | TUBE TYPE | 25 PSI (F) & 29 PSI (R) |

Hero Achiever | 2.75 R 18 | 3.00 R 18 | TUBELESS | 25 PSI (F) & 32 PSI (R) |

Hero Karizma | 80/100 R 18 | 120/80 R 18 | TUBELESS | 29 PSI (F) & 34 PSI (R) |

Hero Karizma ZMR | 80/100 R 18 | 120/80 R 18 | TUBELESS | 29 PSI (F) & 34 PSI (R) |

Hero Passion XPRO | 2.75 R 18 | 3.00 R 18 | TUBE TYPE | 25 PSI (F) & 29 PSI (R) |

Honda CB Unicorn | 2.75 R 18 | 100/80 R 18 | TUBE TYPE | 25 PSI (F) & 33 PSI (R) |

Honda CB Unicorn 160 | 80/100 R 17 | 110/80 R 17 | TUBELESS | 25 PSI (F) & 28 PSI (R) |

Honda Livo | 80/100 R 18 | 80/100 R 18 | TUBELESS | 25 PSI (F) & 29 PSI (R) |

Honda CB Hornet 160R | 100/80 R 17 | 140/70 R 17 | TUBELESS | 26 PSI (F) & 30 PSI (R) |

Honda CB Shine SP | 80/100 R 18 | 80/100 R 18 | TUBELESS | 25 PSI (F) & 29 PSI (R) |

Honda CB Shine | 80/100 R 18 | 80/100 R 18 | TUBELESS | 25 PSI (F) & 29 PSI (R) |

Honda Dream Yuga | 80/100 R 18 | 80/100 R 18 | TUBELESS | 25 PSI (F) & 29 PSI (R) |

Honda CB Trigger | 80/100 R 17 | 110/80 R 17 | TUBELESS | 25 PSI (F) & 29 PSI (R) |

Honda Dream Neo | 80/100 R 18 | 80/100 R 18 | TUBELESS | 25 PSI (F) & 29 PSI (R) |

Honda Unicorn Dazzler | 80/100 R 17 | 110/80 R 17 | TUBELESS | 25 PSI (F) & 29 PSI (R) |

Honda CBR 250 R | 110/70 R 17 | 140/70 R 17 | TUBELESS | 28 PSI (F) & 30 PSI (R) |

Honda CBR 150 R | 100/80 R 17 | 130/70 R 17 | TUBELESS | 25 PSI (F) & 28 PSI (R) |

Honda CBR 650F | 120/70 R 17 | 180/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

Honda CD 110 Dream | 80/100 R 18 | 80/100 R 18 | TUBELESS | 25 PSI (F) & 29 PSI (R) |

Honda CBR 1000R | 120/70 R 17 | 180/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

Honda CBF Stunner | 80/100 R 17 | 100/90 R 17 | TUBELESS | 25 PSI (F) & 33 PSI (R) |

Hyosung GT 250 R | 110/70 R 17 | 150/60 R 17 | TUBELESS | 29 PSI (F) & 32 PSI (R) |

Hyosung GT 650 R | 120/60 R 17 | 160/60 R 17 | TUBELESS | 33 PSI (F) & 36 PSI (R) |

Hyosung GT 650 N | 120/60 R 17 | 160/60 R 17 | TUBELESS | 33 PSI (F) & 36 PSI (R) |

Hyosung ST7 Royale | 120/80 R 16 | 170/80 R 15 | TUBELESS | 33 PSI (F) & 36 PSI (R) |

Hyosung Aquila 250 | 110/90 R 16 | 150/80 R 15 | TUBELESS | 29 PSI (F) & 32 PSI (R) |

Hyosung Aquila Pro 650 | 120/70 R 18 | 180/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 30 PSI (F) & 36 PSI (R) |

Kawasaki Ninja H2R | 120/600 R 17 | 190/650 R 17 | TUBELESS | 33 PSI (F) & 36 PSI (R) |

Kawasaki Ninja H2 | 120/70 R 17 | 200/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

Kawasaki Ninja ZX 14R | 120/70 R 17 | 190/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

Kawasaki Ninja 1000 | 120/70 R 17 | 190/50 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

Kawasaki Ninja 650 | 120/70 R 17 | 160/60 R 17 | TUBELESS | 32 PSI (F) & 36 PSI (R) |

Kawasaki Ninja 300 | 110/70 R 17 | 140/70 R 17 | TUBELESS | 28 PSI (F) & 32 PSI (R) |

Kawasaki Z1000 | 120/70 R 17 | 190/50 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

Kawasaki Versys 1000 | 120/70 R 17 | 180/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

Kawasaki ER-6n | 120/70 R 17 | 160/60 R 17 | TUBELESS | 32 PSI (F) & 36 PSI (R) |

Kawasaki Z250 | 110/70 R 17 | 140/70 R 17 | TUBELESS | 28 PSI (F) & 30 PSI (R) |

Kawasaki Z800 | 120/70 R 17 | 180/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

Kawasaki KLX 110 | 2.50 R 14 | 3.00 R 12 | TUBELESS | 12 PSI (F) & 14 PSI (R) |

Kawasaki Versys 650 | 120/70 R 17 | 160/60 R 17 | TUBELESS | 32 PSI (F) & 36 PSI (R) |

KTM 1090 Adventure | 110/80 R 19 | 150/70 R 17 | TUBELESS | 35 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

KTM 1090 Adventure R | 90/90 R 21 | 150/70 R 18 | TUBELESS | 35 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

KTM 1290 Super Adventure S | 120/70 R 19 | 170/60 R 17 | TUBELESS | 35 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

KTM 1290 Super Adventure T | 120/70 R 19 | 170/60 R 17 | TUBELESS | 35 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

KTM 1290 Super Adventure R | 120/70 R 19 | 170/60 R 17 | TUBELESS | 35 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

KTM 1290 Super Duke GT | 120/70 R 17 | 190/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

KTM Freeride 350 | 2.75 R 21 | 4.00 R 18 | TUBELESS | 13 PSI (F) & 10 PSI (R) – OffRoad 22 PSI (F) & 22 PSI (R) –OnRoad |

KTM Freeride 250 | 2.75 R 21 | 4.00 R 18 | TUBELESS | 13 PSI (F) & 10 PSI (R) – OffRoad 22 PSI (F) & 22 PSI (R) –OnRoad |

KTM Duke 200 | 110/70 R 17 | 150/60 R 17 | TUBELESS | 29 PSI (F) & 32 PSI (R) |

KTM Duke 390 | 110/70 R 17 | 150/60 R 17 | TUBELESS | 29 PSI (F) & 32 PSI (R) |

KTM Duke 250 | 110/70 R 17 | 150/60 R 17 | TUBELESS | 29 PSI (F) & 32 PSI (R) |

Mahindra Centuro | 2.75 R 18 | 3.00 R 18 | TUBE TYPE | 25 PSI (F) & 29 PSI (R) |

Mahindra Pantero | 2.75 R 18 | 3.00 R 18 | TUBE TYPE | 25 PSI (F) & 29 PSI (R) |

Mahindra Mojo | 110/70 R 17 | 150/60 R 17 | TUBELESS | 29 PSI (F) & 33 PSI (R) |

Moto Guzzi Audace | 130/70 R 18 | 200/60 R 16 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 39 PSI (R) |

Moto Guzzi V9 | 100/90 R 19 | 150/80 R 16 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

Moto Guzzi California 1400 | 130/70 R 18 | 200/60 R 16 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 39 PSI (R) |

Moto Guzzi MGX 21 | 120/70 R 21 | 180/60 R 16 | TUBELESS | 38 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

Moto Guzzi Bellagio | 120/70 R 18 | 180/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 40 PSI (R) |

Moto Guzzi Griso 1200 8V | 120/70 R 17 | 180/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 40 PSI (R) |

Moto Guzzi Sports 8V | 120/70 R 17 | 180/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 40 PSI (R) |

MV Agusta Brutale | 120/70 R 17 | 180/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 40 PSI (R) |

MV Agusta F3 800 RC | 120/70 R 17 | 180/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 40 PSI (R) |

MV Agusta F3 800 | 120/70 R 17 | 180/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 40 PSI (R) |

MV Agusta F4 | 120/70 R 17 | 190/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

MV Agusta F4 RR | 120/70 R 17 | 190/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

MV Agusta F4 RC | 120/70 R 17 | 190/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

Royal Enfield Classic 350 | 90/90 R 19 | 110/90 R 18 | TUBE TYPE | 22 PSI (F) & 32 PSI (R) |

Royal Enfield Classic 500 | 90/90 R 19 | 120/80 R 18 | TUBE TYPE | 22 PSI (F) & 32 PSI (R) |

Royal Enfield Continental GT | 100/90 R 18 | 130/70 R 18 | TUBELESS | 22 PSI (F) & 32 PSI (R) |

Royal Enfield Bullet 350 | 3.25 R 19 | 3.25 R 19 | TUBE TYPE | 22 PSI (F) & 32 PSI (R) |

Royal Enfield Bullet 500 | 90/90 R 19 | 120/80 R 18 | TUBELESS | 22 PSI (F) & 32 PSI (R) |

Royal Enfield Bullet ES | 3.25 R 19 | 3.25 R 19 | TUBE TYPE | 22 PSI (F) & 32 PSI (R) |

Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350 | 90/90 R 19 | 120/80 R 18 | TUBE TYPE | 22 PSI (F) & 32 PSI (R) |

Royal Enfield Thunderbird 500 | 90/90 R 19 | 120/80 R 18 | TUBE TYPE | 22 PSI (F) & 32 PSI (R) |

Royal Enfield Himalayan | 90/90 R 21 | 120/90 R 17 | TUBE TYPE | 29 PSI (F) & 34 PSI (R) |

Suzuki GS 150 | 2.75 R 18 | 100/90 R 18 | TUBE TYPE | 25 PSI (F) & 33 PSI (R) |

Suzuki Hayabusa | 120/70 R 17 | 190/50 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

Suzuki Intruder M1800R | 130/70 R 18 | 240/40 R 18 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 40 PSI (R) |

Suzuki Slingshot | 2.75 R 18 | 3.00 R 18 | TUBE TYPE | 25 PSI (F) & 32 PSI (R) |

Suzuki Gixxer | 100/80 R 17 | 140/60 R 17 | TUBELESS | 29 PSI (F) & 33 PSI (R) |

Suzuki Hayate | 70/100 R 17 | 80/100 R 17 | TUBELESS | 24.5 PSI (F) & 28 PSI (R) |

Suzuki GS XR 1000R | 120/70 R 17 | 190/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

Suzuki Gixxer SF | 100/80 R 17 | 140/60 R 17 | TUBELESS | 29 PSI (F) & 33 PSI (R) |

Triumph Street Triple | 120/70 R 17 | 180/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

Triumph Speed Triple | 120/70 R 17 | 190/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

Triumph Daytona | 120/70 R 17 | 180/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

Triumph Tiger 800 | 100/90 R 19 | 150/70 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

Triumph Thruxton R | 120/70 R 17 | 160/60 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 32 PSI (R) |

Triumph Rocket III Roadster | 150/80 R 17 | 240/50 R 16 | TUBELESS | 33 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

Triumph Street Twin | 100/90 R 18 | 150/70 R 17 | TUBELESS | 35 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

Triumph Thunderbird Storm | 120/70 R 19 | 200/50 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 40 PSI (R) |

Triumph Thunderbird LT | 150/80 R 16 | 180/70 R 16 | TUBELESS | 38 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

Triumph Bonneville Bobber | 100/90 R 19 | 150/80 R 16 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

Triumph Bonneville Bobber T120 | 100/90 R 18 | 150/70 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

TVS Apache RTR 200 | 90/90 R 17 | 130/70 R 17 | TUBELESS | 25 PSI (F) & 28 PSI (R) |

TVS Apache RTR 180 | 90/90 R 17 | 110/80 R 17 | TUBELESS | 25 PSI (F) & 28 PSI (R) |

TVS Star City | 2.75 R 17 | 3.00 R 17 | TUBELESS | 24.5 PSI (F) & 28 PSI (R) |

TVS Victor | 2.75 R 17 | 3.00 R 17 | TUBELESS | 24.5 PSI (F) & 28 PSI (R) |

TVS Phoenix | 2.75 R 17 | 90/90 R 17 | TUBELESS | 25 PSI (F) & 28 PSI (R) |

TVS Sport | 2.75 R 17 | 3.00 R 17 | TUBE TYPE | 24.5 PSI (F) & 28 PSI (R) |

TVS Max | 2.75 R 17 | 3.00 R 17 | TUBE TYPE | 24.5 PSI (F) & 28 PSI (R) |

Yamaha VMAX | 120/70 R 18 | 200/50 R 18 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

Yamaha YZF R1 M | 120/70 R 17 | 200/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 42 PSI (R) |

Yamaha YZF-R1 | 120/70 R 17 | 190/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 36 PSI (F) & 41 PSI (R) |

Yamaha MT-09 | 120/70 R 17 | 180/55 R 17 | TUBELESS | 32 PSI (F) & 36 PSI (R) |

Yamaha FZ 25 | 100/80 R 17 | 140/70 R 17 | TUBELESS | 26 PSI (F) & 30 PSI (R) |

Yamaha YZF R15 | 90/80 R 17 | 130/70 R 17 | TUBELESS | |

Yamaha Fazer FI | 100/80 R 17 | 140/60 R 17 | TUBELESS | 26 PSI (F) & 30 PSI (R) |

Yamaha Fazer FZS FI | 100/80 R 17 | 140/60 R 17 | TUBELESS | 26 PSI (F) & 30 PSI (R) |

Yamaha FZ FI | 100/80 R 17 | 140/60 R 17 | TUBELESS | 26 PSI (F) & 30 PSI (R) |

Yamaha SZ-RR | 2.75 R 17 | 100/90 R 17 | TUBELESS | 25 PSI (F) & 28 PSI (R) |

Yamaha SS 125 | 2.75 R 18 | 3.00 R 18 | TUBE TYPE | 25 PSI (F) & 29 PSI (R) |

Yamaha Gladiator | 2.75 R 18 | 3.00 R 18 | TUBE TYPE | 25 PSI (F) & 29 PSI (R) |

Yamaha Saluto | 80/100 R 18 | 80/100 R 18 | TUBELESS | 29 PSI (F) & 29 PSI (R) |

**NOTE –** Depending upon the road surface, weather conditions, the temperature outside and load on your bike the aforementioned tolerance range of pounds per square inch (PSI) can be increased by 3 psi to 5 psi. And same way it can also be reduced to from 2 psi to 3 psi.

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Hi sir can I use Michelin tubeless rear wheel tyre of size 80/100-18 47S instead of 80/100-18 54 P which is recommended for Honda shine CB

Dear S Laxshmi Narayana,

It is not advisable to use 47P tyre instead of 54P in the rear wheel because the load index of the front tyre should always be lesser than rear tyre’s load index, otherwise there may be chances of a tyre burst.

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Thanks For this list..Was very Helpful

Hello sir,

Why the front tyre pressure is always lesser than the rear tyre?

Dear Nilesh,

Greetings from Tyremarket.com,

The weight distribution of a bike is done in such a way that the maximum load including the weight of the rider is on the rear tyre. Therefore, it is recommended to have high PSI on the rear tyre.

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Can I use 90/100 R80″ tyre on Honda livo?

Dear Nehal,

The stock tyre size for Honda Livo is 80/100-18. If you will change to 90/100-18, it will touch the shock absorber so we won’t recommend it to you.

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Hi, I have an Hero Xtreme Sports (150CC), I usually fill my tyres with Nitrogen (Front-32 & Rear – 38) is it the right pressure I am filling? If not, what should be the right pressure in both tyres.

And is there any difference between pressures if filling with Nitrogen over the normal air?

Dear Sumit,

Tyre pressure for your vehicle should be 29 PSI front and 33 PSI rear.

If you compare Nitrogen to the normal air, Nitrogen is less likely to migrate through tyre rubber. This means that the tyre pressure of your vehicle will be more stable for a longer period. Read this article to know the advantages of Nitrogen.

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Which tyre is good for honda shine rear and front.

Dear Akshaya,

Find the list of honda shine tyre, compare price, feature and select the best tyre according your need. https://www.tyremarket.com/Search/Two-Wheeler-Tyres/Shine-tyre-prices

I’m planning to change tires on my bajaj avenger 220, What is the widest size of tubeless tire i can fix?

Thanks

Dear Sharik,

You can upgrade to 140/90 R15 size. This will improve the road grip. But keep in mind that fitting a tube type tyre may reduce the fuel efficiency by 1 kmpl however, the tubeless tyre for the same size will not have any impact on the fuel economy.

SHOP 140/90 R15 TYRE HERE. For further assistance, please call our tyre expert team on +91-8088090090.

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may i upgrade my pulsar 180 (2018) from 120/80×17 to 140/70×17 ??

Dear Bharath,

Yes, you may upgrade to 140/70 R17 tyre size for your Bajaj Pulsar 180 but remember that this upsizing may increase the fuel consumption. However, the road grip will improve.

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my pulsar 180 tyres are 120*80*18. does it make any difference?

recently I’ve been slipping on my rear wheel alot while braking.

Hi,

No. Kindly check the tread depth

Thanks

very nice information, thx for sharing

Hello

Can you please recommend a soft compound rear tyre for Honda unicorn 150?

Dear Sameer,

Michelin Sirac Street (100/90-18) is a good soft compound tubeless tyre for your Honda Unicorn 150. You can buy this tyre at a discounted price here:

MICHELIN SIRAC STREET 100/90 R18 for Honda Unicorn

You may also call our customer support team on +91-8088090090 for further assistance.

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I have yamaha fz v2.0 bike n would like to change rear tyre but m bit confused to choose which one. MRF, CAET, CONTINENTAL GT, Michelin, pls advise. Tyre size would be 140/60 17R

Waiting for ur response on this

Dear Nilesh,

Here are the suggestions for your Yamaha FZ v2.0 (rear tyre):

1) CEAT ZOOM

2) MRF Revz

If you have any query related to tyre purchase or fitment, you can also reach us on +91-8088090090.

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Dear Nilesh,

For your Yamaha FZ v2.0, you can shop either CEAT Zoom or MRF Revz tyre. If you need help in getting tyres fitted near your location, call our tyre expert team on +91-8088090090.

You can also buy tyres for your Yamaha FZ v2.0 (140/60 R17) online at lowest prices here:

1) CEAT ZOOM TYRE FOR YAMAHA FZ v2.0 (140/60 R17)

2) MRF REVZ TYRE FOR YAMAHA FZ v2.0 (140/60 R17)

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Nice post. I was checking constantly this blog and I’m inspired!

Very useful info particularly the remaining part ? I deal with such info a Lot. I was looking for this particular info for a very lengthy time.

Thanks and good luck.

Hi Dear Sir,

I have used Honda unicorn CB 150 bike which company tyre is good ? and Front & Rear Size plz Mention .

if available Calicut Showrooms plz inform me

Dear Sir,

Check the best tyre for your vehicle https://www.tyremarket.com/tyremantra/honda-unicorn-bike-tyres-price-list/

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Hi i had stock front tyre on my bajaj discover 100t, 2.75-17 TT, and rear tyre 3.00-17, the tyre is narrow and hard composite which results in bad control and poor grip resulting in one accident, now i want to use a tyre to provide better control so maximize safety, tyre life is not a big issue but my concern is safety, what is the best brand and model tyre i can use with stock rim, price n life of tyre is not my concern

Sir, my company fitted tyre in my suzuki hayate 112 ccis 3.00×17(80/100×17) may I upgrade this to 90/100×17 ?

Why the Yamaha Saluto has same psi for Front and Rear tyre. None of the other bikes has same psi for Front and Rear i think.

I’m not sure where you are getting your information, but good topic. I need to spend some time learning much more or understanding more. Thanks for great information I was looking for this info for my mission.

Sir,

Am owned hero xtreme sports which is having 110/90/18 size. Now am planning to upgrade the tread width by 10mm. Hero karizma and zmr are using the120/80/18. As i checked that both xtreme sports and zmr rim sizes are same. Can it 120/80 section fixable on hero xtreme sports…?

Waiting for your’s reply

Dear Akbar,

Yes, you can upgrade to 120/80 18 sized tyres. And for this size, Michelin City Pro tyre is a good option to go with. It is a tube type tyre and is available at the price of Rs.2750/- on Tyremarket.com.

If you need any assistance in buying this tyre, please call our customer support on +91-8088090090.

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I have Honda Unicorn 160cc

It’s 1. Front brake type : Disc

2. Front brake size : 240mm

3. Front tyre size : 80/100-17

4. Rear brake type : Drum

5. Rear brake size : 130mm

6. Rear tyre size : 110/80-17

Sir, i want to change my tyres slightly and I want rear tyre disc type, i want my rear tyre to upgrade to CBR 150 or hornet 160cc or R15 etc

Kindly suggest me how could I do modify my bike aswell, and tell how much fuel i may get reduced mileage.

Need all kind of two wheeler tyres

Dear Venkatesh,

Thanks for inquiring with us. We request you to call our tyre expert team on +91-8088090090 for all your purchase related queries.

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Tyre pressure for Honda X-Blade?

F 80/100-17

R 130/70-17

Dear Krishna,

The recommended air pressure for your Honda X-Blade front tyre (80/100-17) is 25 PSI and for its rear tyre (130/70-17), the recommended tyre pressure is 32 PSI. These PSI levels will offer you decent grip and handling.

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Can I increase the tyre size of my RE Himalayan from 120/90 – 17 to 140/70 – 17 with tube. If so what’s the recommended tube size required

I want to upgrade my Thunder bird x 350cc with the 160width.. Can i do it

Yes,

Can I use 3.0/18 type tyre for Hero passion Xpro than 90/90-18 type? What will be the difference?

I would like to know best tubeless Tyre for classic 350,both front and rear tyre

Dear Sandeep Reddy,

For your Royal Enfield Classic 350’s front tyre, which is sized 90/90-19, we recommend you to consider MRF Nylogrip Zapper.

For your Classic 350’s rear tyre, sized 110/90-18, we recommend you to consider Michelin Sirac Street.

If you need assistance in buying tyres for your Royal Enfield Classic 350, call us at +91-8088090090.

Regards,

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Can i use 140/70r17 for my fzs fi rear tyre??

Dear Nanda,

Yes, you can fit 140/70 17 sized tyre to the rear wheel of your FZS FI motorcycle.

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Hello sir I have Honda shine sp 125cc bike , I want to change the rear tire and wheel of bike from 18 inch to 16 inch due to height problem can I do this if yes which Tyre or alloy wheels is suitable brake drum size is 155 mm rear

Dear user,

We would not recommend changing the rim size from 18″ to 16″ as the change would reduce the braking performance. Perhaps, you could ask your local mechanic to modify/reduce the seat height.

In case you need any further assistance, do reach us on +91-8088090090

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What is the recommended tyre pressure of honda aviator delux edition

Dear user,

The recommended tyre pressure for Honda Aviator Deluxe Edition is 28 psi for the front tyre and 36 psi for the rear tyre.

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Hi,

The present tyresize of my r15 v2 is 130/70 and front is 90/80. I want to maintain low profile tyres so that curved turnings can be easily done. Can i upgrade my rear to 140/60 or 130/60. If so what is the tyre pressures i need to maintain on both the tyres?

Do you know the recommended pressure for the bike cfmpto nk250??

Dear Ashish,

Cfmoto 250 NK will come fitted with 110/70-R17 front and 140/60-R17 rear tyres. The ideal tyre pressure for these tyres would be — 36 PSI for the front tyre and 40 PSI for the rear tyre.

Stay tuned to Tyremarket.com for more information on tyres and automobiles.

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All bikes with the tyre size designed by the manufacturer. Is it advisable to change the size of the tyre? Please let me knos the pros & cons of going for higher width tyre at the rear? for going higher tyre width need to change the wheel too?

Hi sir,

I have Honda CB Shine 2014 model with tubeless 80/100-18 tyres.

I am planning to upgrade the rear tyre for better road grip. Kindly suggest best model available.

Dear Krishna

You can upgrade the tyre size 80/100-18 with 100/80-18. You can choose the same by clicking on the below mentioned link

https://www.tyremarket.com/Search/Two-Wheeler-Tyres/100-80-18

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Dear Sir,

Can I upgrade my hero galamour’s

stock rare tyre 3.00 x 18- 52 P/ 6 PR

with 90 / 90 – 18 51P rare tyre

without further modification of my bike..??

my front stock tyre is 2.75 x 18- 42 P/ 4 PR.

should I need to change the front tyre if the rare tyre is been changed with mentioned 90 / 90 – 18 51P raer tyre..???

Your kind advise required..

Thanks in advance..

Dear Ridwan

Yes, you can upgrade the 3.00-18 tyre with 90/90-18 with out any further modification in your bike and there is no need to change the front tyre of size 2.75-18.

To buy 90/90-18 tyre please click on https://www.tyremarket.com/Search/Two-Wheeler-Tyres/90-90-18

For any further assistance please call us at: +91-8088-090-090

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Have you recommend for glamour tyre size Front- 80/100 x 18 –47 P, Rear- 100 / 90 X 18 -56 P?

Pls suggest.

Thanks in Advance

Dear Reaz

We would not recommend 80/100-18 & 100/90-18 tyres as an upsize option for 2.75-18 & 3.00-18 respectively because it is not under the permissible limit of tyre upsizing.

For any other assistance please call us at: +90-8088-090-090

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Hi, What is the best tyre (comfort/quality & life) for Benelli TNT 300 for the rides inside the city (70%) as well as for a long road trips (30%), Pls suggest the bigger sizes than the stock (size) with no compromise on comfort & Quality. Also let me know what would be the advantages and disadvantages of using bigger tyre size.

I want to know the stock tyre specs of Hero Honda Splendour (2000 make).

Dear Sarat

The stock tyre size of of Splendor (2000 make) is 2.75-18. Please visit on the below mentioned link to get the best tyre price for your vehicle.

https://www.tyremarket.com/Search/Two-Wheeler-Tyres/width-275-18-inch-rims

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What is max size tires for Hero dawn 150

Dear Jabari

Hero HF Dawn comes with stock size of 2.75-18 (both front & rear). You can purchase the same by clicking on the below mentioned link.

https://www.tyremarket.com/Search/Two-Wheeler-Tyres/width-275-18-inch-rims

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Current my CB Shine SP rear tyre size is 80-100/18 ..I want to upsize tyre kindly suggest correct upsize section tyre.. with out any affect milage , speed & handling

Dear Mahesh

You can use 3.00-18 as an upsize option, but we would recommend not to upsize the bike tyres as it will affect the mileage of the vehicle.

https://www.tyremarket.com/Search/Two-Wheeler-Tyres/width-300-18-inch-rims

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Thanks for ..

is there any thicker rear tyre available for Bajaj discover 100 m

Front Tire: 110/60/17 TL

Rear Tire: 140/60/17 TL what is tyre pressure?

Dear Abraham

The rear tyre pressure should be 33 PSI, and we would request you to please check the front tyre size again.

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Tyre pressure for Bajaj Discover 135 (2009) please ?

(Using Nitrogen gas)

Dear Ahamed

The recommended tyre pressure for Bajaj Discover 135 is 24psi in front tyre & 28psi in rear tyre.

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i am having bajaj pulsar 150 bike, currntly tyre type is Tyre+tube. now i need to change tyre. please suggest which tyre type i should choose tubless or tyre+tube. and also please suggest the best tyre manufacturer .

Dear Dev Mani Mishra

We would suggest you go for tubeless tyres, also please check the compatibility of your present rim for tubeless tyres.

Bajaj Pulsar comes with tyre size 80/100-17 at front & 100/90-17 at the rear. You can select any of the below-mentioned tyres for your vehicle.

You can buy Michelin City Pro this will provide better fuel efficiency and a smooth ride while driving

80/100-17: https://www.tyremarket.com/Product/4140/Two-Wheeler-Tyres/Michelin-CITY-PRO-80-100-17-Tubeless-53-P-Rear-Two-Wheeler-Tyre

100/90-17: https://www.tyremarket.com/Product/4001/Two-Wheeler-Tyres/Michelin-CITY-PRO-100-90-17-Tubeless-55-P-Rear-Two-Wheeler-Tyre

Regards

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Hi Sir, Can I upsize the rear tyre of my Suzuki Slingshot 2011 model from 3.00 x 18 to 90/100-18. If so what are the various tires available in the market for my bike. Thank you.

Hi I’m using Honda Livo, I’ll travel over 60 kms per day through normal road and some muddy road sometimes hard stone terrain which is the best tyre for me that will not get easily punctured? And also the total load vehicle carries is around 130Kgs and what is the nitrogen pressure limit I have to keep ?

Dear Pranav

Honda Livo comes with tyre size 80/100-18. You can buy Michelin City Pro in the same size for overall better performance.

The recommended tyre pressure that you need to maintain for your Honda Livo is- 25 psi (front tyre) and 29 psi (rear tyre).

https://www.tyremarket.com/Product/3101/Two-Wheeler-Tyres/Michelin-CITY-PRO-80-100-18-Tubeless-47-p-Front-Two-Wheeler-Tyre

I have yamaha saluto 125cc bike. Actually my rear tyre having a tendency to slip (80/100 r18 tubeless, alloy). So it is highly risky for me to drive on damaged roads and gravelled roads without grip. Can you sujjest me an alternative solution to get more grip and comfort.

Dear Hari

You can buy Michelin CityPro in the same for an overall excellent performance.

https://www.tyremarket.com/Product/3101/Two-Wheeler-Tyres/Michelin-CITY-PRO-80-100-18-Tubeless-47-p-Front-Two-Wheeler-Tyre

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Honda unicorn 150 not available why???

Dear Balaram

Tyres are available for Honda Unicorn 150, you can check the same by clicking on the below-mentioned link.

https://www.tyremarket.com/Search/Two-Wheeler-Tyres/Honda-Unicorn-150-tyre-prices

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What would happen if rear type pressure is kept at 40 PSI in Bajaj Pulsar 220 instead of 28-35 PSI? Does the optimum or above optimum air pressure in tyre aid better pick up and performance in bikes?

Hi Uma Prakash,

When the Tyre pressure is kept more than the recommended psi there are chances of vobling in the bike at the time of driving and it is not recommended, also there are chances where the rider will not be able to control the breaks as well

Thanks

Hi sir , I recently changed my rear Tyre with MRF 80/100-18 54, now i want use the same MRF 80/100-18 54 tubeless as front instead of size 80/100-18 47S in my Honda CB shine ?

Will it possible or i need use only 80/100-18 47S as front tyre?

Dear Aravind

Yes, you can use 80/100-18 54 tubeless for the front as well.

https://www.tyremarket.com/Search/Two-Wheeler-Tyres/80-100-18

Regards,

Team Tyremarket.com

Hi Team,

Recently I purchased Honda CB unicorn 150 ABS. What would be the right pressure I should maintain in both front and rear tubeless tyres to get best mileage and performance.

Please help.

Dear Madhan Kumar

Please keep the pressure up to 25 PSI to get the best results.

Regards,

Team Tyremarket.com

I can’t get tyre information about my royal Enfield thunder bird 350x that differ than thunder bird 350 both are different tyres

Dear Zak

Bot-h Royal Enfiled Thunder Bird X 350 & Royal Enfiled Thunder Bird 350 comes with the same tyre size.

Front: 90/90-19

Rear: 120/80-18

You can buy the same by clicking on the below-mentioned link.

90/90-19: https://www.tyremarket.com/Search/Two-Wheeler-Tyres/90-90-19

120/80-18: https://www.tyremarket.com/Search/Two-Wheeler-Tyres/120-80-18

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Can I use ct 100 alloy 3 18 tyre size in rear

Dear Mahendra

We don’t recommend the use of 3.00-18 tyre size in place of 3.00-17 tyre size. You can select 300-17 tyre size by clicking on the below-mentioned link.

https://www.tyremarket.com/Search/Two-Wheeler-Tyres/width-300-17-inch-rims

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But mere paas already 3 18 ka new mrf tyre hai to Kya laga sakte hai,

Thank you. Very useful information.

What is the tyre pressure for a Yamaha XJ 600 MTT2

Dear Sir,

Tyre pressure for a Yamaha XJ 600 MTT2 is below.

25-28 = Solo/ Pillion for front tyre size 110/80 R 17

32- 34 = Solo/ Pillion for rear tyre size 130/70 R 18

Thanks

Hi sir mine is honda livo from the purchase of my bike from 2018 till date I maintained 35 in front and 40 back now as this above chart show 25 front and 29 back by keeping this air pressure do i get correct mileage and proper acceleration and better than previous?

Dear Pavan,

Air pressure 35psi in front and 40psi is very high, prescribed in the chart of 25psi in front and 29 psi in the rear is correct, you will get better mileage and tyre life will also be good.

Thanks

Ok thank you sir

Thanks, very useful information. Because i have tyre shop in srilanka

Can 180 / 55 17 tyre fit into ninja 650 model 2013

Dear Sir,

Compatible tyre for your vehicle is here https://www.tyremarket.com/Search/Two-Wheeler-Tyres/Ninja-650-tyre-prices.

Thanks

Can I use 150/110 mm size for Royal Enfield classic 350 instead 10/90mm

Dear Hari,

Using 150/ 110 is not advisable with the stock rims, swing arms and shocks as the upsize will tend to touch/ scrape the mudguard when the shocks compress. The width cannot be accommodated due to the width of the swingarm.

Thanks

Kindly advise to maintain Correct Tyre Pressure For My Pulsar 180F . Becx Some times in bunk thy make 35(F) and 40(R) and some times 25(F) and 35(R) or 28(F) and 35(R). So i wanna knw abt what is the correct pressure for my bike tyre.

Dear Sir,

Pulsar 180 comes with 90/90 17 in front for which the optimal tyre pressure will be 25PSI and the rear comes with 120/80 R17 for which the correct tyre pressure is 28PSI.

Thanks

Thank you for valuable rely . after this i will maintain this pressure for my bike . once again thank you so much.

hello sir my bike is pulsar 220f can i use 110mm wide rare bike tyre instead of 120mm wide rare bike tyre is their any problem in using 110mm wide tyre please sir do reply

Dear Sir,

Using 110mm width tyre instead of 120mm will cause you to see a difference in grip and in handling as the tyre is going be narrower. The acceleration might be faster but it is still not recommended.

Thanks

Can i use 130/70-17 size on karizma r with recommend 120/80 r18 size rear tyre

Dear Sandeep,

The Hero Karizm R comes with 100/90×18 size rear tyres. And if you are looking to switch to 130/70-17, one major difference is that the height of the bike will come down only on rear end. You will also have to consider the drop in acceleration, fuel efficiency and if there will be enough space between the swing arms and tail to accommodate a bigger tyre. Same considerations have to be made when it come to 120/80-18. We recommend a change in width to a maximum of 10mm. But if you still wish to go ahead with the options mentioned we suggest you check with your technician first.

Thanks

Benelli TNT 600 i 120/70 R 17 180/55 R 17 TUBELESS 36 PSI (F) & 32 PSI (R)

why the front tyre needs more air than rear tyre ? or is it typing mistake ?

please reply.

thank you.

Can I use 120/80 x 17 rear tyre on my Pulsar 150 neon(2019) instead of 100/90 x 17 tyre? If not, why? Also, please list the tyre upgrades I can go for both front and rear. I have the stock installed as of now.

Hi,

Which tyre size suitable for standard350 rear wheel

Hi Sir,

Recommended tyre for your vehicle is CEAT ZOOM PLUS Two-Wheeler Tyres or Michelin Sirac Street.

Check price and Spec here – https://www.tyremarket.com/CEAT-Zoom-Plus-Two-Wheeler-Tyres

https://www.tyremarket.com/Michelin-SIRAC-STREET-Two-Wheeler-Tyres

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Can i replace 100/90-18 tyre of unicorn bs6 to 130/70-18.

It does have 1 mm. Difference in hight.

The Benelli 600i and other Benelli TNT bikes mentioned , the tyre pressures dont seem right . It ought to be vice versa Front & Back .

Can use the tyre size 100/90/18 is safe for CBZ xtreme 2014 model? Stock tyre 110/90/18 hai? Which is safe

Dear Sir,

Yes, you can be used there will be no issues.

Thanks

Good day.

what tire pressure for Sniper 150 with front tire 90/80-17 and rear tire 140/70-17.?

thank you

Hi,

29 PSI front & 32 PSI rear air pressure has been recommended by the tyre brand.

Thanks

Can I use 100/90 – 18 or 90/90 – 18 rear tyre for sp 125…???

Hi,

Kindly confirm the current tyre size you are using.

Thanks

Right now I am using company fitted 80/100 – 18 MRF Tubeless tyre but this tyre doesn’t provide me confidence.

Diesel bullet tyre pressure 3.50-19 please

Hi,

32 PSI

Thanks

80/90-18 tyre fits in which bike

Hi,

Normally, it fits in 18” rim bikes like the Hero Passion Pro.

Thanks

What is the usual air pressure of 130/70-17 M/C 62P tubeless tyre ?

Hi,

32 PSI

Thanks

Tyre pressure for YAMAHA FAZER V 2.0 Fi ?

*Tyre Size:6

F 80/100-17

R 140/70(upgrade)-17

*Tyre Brand:

TIMSUN

MODEL# TS 689(Front) Tubeless

MODEL# TS 613(Back) Tubeless

Thank

Rakib

Awesome article

Nice information

Great collections

MRF tyres , how to find year of manufacture. Why are Bridgestone motorcycle tyres so expensive.

Can you suggest tyres for my old Kawasaki KB 100. would like to know the tyre pressure also

Hi,

Hi, You can go for MRF Nylogrip Zapper, CEAT Zoom, etc.

Thanks