Michelin Commander II Bias Front Tire

Michelin Commander II Bias Front Tire
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Average Rating
5
97% Recommended
Based on 35 reviews
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Details

Michelin Commander II Bias Front Tire - Details

  • Made with Amplified Density Technology, a highly dense and more rigid tire casing that helps deliver excellent feedback and handling
  • Rubber compound formulated for remarkable wet/dry road grip, without compromising durability
  • Square bead wires designed to improve casing rigidity, handling and ease of installation
  • Radically different and unique tread pattern for head turning looks
  • Premium sidewall treatment that enhances cruiser styling
  • Innovative longitudinal tread pattern for efficient water evacuation and grip on wet roads
  • 90 thread ply is 25% more dense than conventional plies
  • These cruiser motorcycle tires are H speed rated for speeds up to 130 mph

Note: Tire size 120/90-17 (Part# 190-879741) has a S speed rating up to 112 mph.

Available in the following motorcycle tire sizes: 80/90-21, 90/90-21, 100/90-19, 110/90B-18, 110/90B-19, 120/70-21, 120/90-17, 130/70-18, 130/80-17, 130/90-16, and 140/80B-17.

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Michelin Commander II Bias Front Tire - Reviews

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What a difference
5
Changed out the front tire from a Dunlop. Could not believe it would make that much difference. I have not even balanced the tire yet and the ride is so smooth.
Pros: :
  • Runs straight and true
  • Corners like cutting butter
  • Had no trouble stopping on dry pavement
Cons: :
  • None that I can come up with
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Better Than OEM
5
I've tried over a dozen different alternatives to H-D OEM Dunlops. Since Michelins became available several years ago, they are my go-to tire. Performance, tread life, and value are unsurpassed. Some of my customers are achieving 15k+ miles on the rear of their full baggers. OEM tires are getting 8~10k miles.
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  • tread life
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Best Tire For The $
5
I live in So. Cal and ride my bike all year round. The Commander 2 keeps me on the road with long miles between tire changes. Personally the Commander 2 is the best and only tire I need. I ride EVERY DAY I'm a true form of the word biker.
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  • Traction
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Best tire
5
Put this tire on 31000 miles ago. As long as they make this tire I'll put 'em on my scoot. Best all around tire for stability cornering and wear I've ever put on any of my bikes. Still have about 332" on it. The rear tires I'm getting around 20000 miles and it gets the same high marks.
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The best
5
One of the best tires I have ever put on my bike.Wouldn't buy anything else.
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Questions and Answers

Michelin Commander II Bias Front Tire - Questions and Answers

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Can this tire be mounted on a tubeless rim, or because its a "bias" tire, does it require a tube?
amiee, New York
any tire can be mounted with a tube, but if the tire specifies tubeless, you must use a tube. This tire is a tubeless design tire.
Chaparral Motorsports
Feb 23, 2015
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