Accurate reproduction of the Firestone ANS tire which was standard equipment on most WLA military motorcycles. The distinctive design, however, looks good on many classic bikes.
Max. tire pressure 32 psi = 2.2 bar
- rubber / steel
- front or rear
- DOT approved, E4 approved
Classic Tires for Classic American Bikes
Finding the correct tires for correctly restored Harley-Davidsons often used to be troublesome or ended up in compromises. Our selection of classic tires offers the the possibility to equip almost any classic American two-wheeler with tires of authentic treads and size. We offer products of the renowned US manufacturer Coker as well as some alternatives by the Korean company Shinko. The Coker tires are so well made that even the rigorous AMCA (Antique Motorcycle Club of America) judges accept them as stock replacement.
Unlike today’s size indication classic tires were often identified by and marked with the outside diameter. To determine the required rim size you typically deduct 6” from the indicated OD.Example: a 26 x 3” tire requires a 26 - 6 = 20” rim.
Bates Tires Baja 90
Here’s a family of scrambler tires right on the tracks of the legendary Goodyear Grasshopper, capable of doing it all: ample grip on the road with a tread pattern that will get you out of the deepest ruts off the road.
The Bates tires Baja are the product of Bates’ long experience on diverse gravel, dirt and mud pistas, highways and Autobahns on several continents. For continuous quality control we use them on our daily riders.
We’re having these low profile section tires produced to the highest technical standards for newer Bikes. The available wheel sizes can be freely combined. Your next late model scrambler project should be awesome.
The tires are certified by German TÜV for speeds up to 190 kph, so you can legally scramblerize your 1200 Sportster or Softail that needs to be driven off or on the road.
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