When should a motorcycle tire be replaced for age?

How old can motorcycle tires be and still be safe?

Any tire that is more than six years old should be replaced regardless of its wear. Younger tires that are showing signs of oxidation or that have low tread depth should also be changed out so that you can stay as safe as possible while on the road.

Are 14 year old motorcycle tires safe?

The tire’s wear surface dries out, and when it comes to the attributes you want in your bike’s tires, they cannot be safely resurrected. Most tire manufacturers try not to sell a tire that’s more than five years old. … The date code is stamped into the tire near the “DOT” stamp.

Are 10 year old motorcycle Tyres safe?

Age: Tyres aged fives year or more should be checked for wear. Tyres aged 10 years or more should be changed for new. This is because rubber hardens over time, meaning the tyres have less grip. Cracks in the rubber are also a sign the tyre rubber is hardening and needs to be replaced.

Should I change 12 year old motorcycle Tyres?

We recommend replacing any tyres that are more than ten years past the date they were made, but advise against buying or running used tyres that have an unknown history.

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How much does it cost to replace motorcycle tires?

Motorcycle tire change costs between $20 and $125 per tire. Bringing in the wheels of your motorcycle (carry-in service) costs between $25 and $50 and bringing in the whole motorcycle (ride-in service) costs between $45 and $80. On average, the cost to change motorcycle tires is $50 per tire.