Shinko 712 Front Motorcycle Tire

What kind of tire does a Shinko 712 use?

An error occurred while retrieving sharing information. Please try again later. Shinko designed their 712 tire for mileage and performance. It has a staggered tread pattern, which provides excellent wet weather performance. H-rated tubeless, 4 ply nylon carcass.

Who is the manufacturer of Shinko bike tires?

Established in 1946, the Shinko Group began as a manufacturer of bicycle tires and tubes in Osaka, Japan that today has become a burgeoning manufacture of rubber products.In 1998 the Shinko Group purchased the motorcycle tire technology and molds from Yokohama Rubber Co.,and began production of these products under the Shinko Tire brand. ANY BIKE.

How to add Shinko motorcycle tires to your wishlist?

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Where are the Shinko 705 ADV tires tested?

The 705s handled everything from the fast sweeping turns of Mount Lemon in Arizona to the tight and technical curves of the Tail of the Dragon in Tennessee, falling into turns and solidly holding a line without fuss. And that was even after a couple thousand miles of center flattening slab riding through Texas and Florida.


From one of the lesser known – at least here in the States – tire makers we are back to one of the most prestigious with this set of front and rear tires from famed French manufacturer Michelin. With a price pushing well over 200 bucks, we are also back into the realms of the premium tire.

So what are Michelin bringing to the party here? Well, they have reached into their extensive store of knowledge of making Moto GP racing bike tires to produce this set of tires for everyday riders. That translates into a set of sports style tires here with a number of features that lend themselves to high performance.

The tread, for example, only covers around 12% of the tire surface. This has been done to provide the maximum road adhesion during cornering. The rubber compound that has been used here has been employed because it heats up to its premium operating temperature extra quickly. It is also W rated, meaning it is safe for use up to 168 MPH. not of course that we suggest you drive at those speeds (unless you want to be chased by the Police chopper).

If you are looking for a sport orientated high-performance tire, there is a lot to grab your attention here.


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