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Safe Riding with our Motorcycle Tires

Improving road safety for all riders is our commitment.
We are here to help you ride safely!

Your safety is our priority

The tire plays an major role since it is the only link between the ground and the vehicle. Therefore, it is important to choose the right tire for the right usage, to maintian your tires properly and respond to indications that your tire or vehicle may require service.

Michelin can assist you in the choice of your tires and recommend maintenance practices, and help you identify handling issues that may indicate services is required.

Why are tires important?

Tires play an elemental role because they are the only link between the vehicle and the road.

Discover why tires are important
Keep your tires safe

How to take care of your tires

To get the most out of your tires and reduce the risk of unsafe conditions, you’ll need to properly maintain them. It’s not as complicated as it sounds, and we’re here to help.

See all our tips to maintian your tires
Recognize handling difficulties

Recognize handling issues

It isn't always easy to determine the reasons for different performance issues.
Tires aren't the only element to consider.

Recognize handling issues
When to change my tires?

When to change my tires?

Tires in poor condition can ruin your vehicle's performance and endanger your safety or that of your loved ones.

Discover when to change my tyres
Safe riding tips

Riding with others safely

Check out our tips to riding safely in a group and with a passenger.

Browse our Safety Tips
Riding safe in winter

Riding safely in winter

Raise your body temperature by getting active. Move around on your motorcycle, one leg after the other, one arm and then the next.

How to ride safely in winter