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Michelin Commander II Rear Tires

Michelin Commander II Rear Tires

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The Best Savings on Michelin Commander II Tires

Smart riders know that they must match their tires to their roads and terrains. At the same time, you want a versatile cruiser tire that delivers solid performance on both wet and dry roads. Earning a five-star rating from many riders, the Michelin Commander II tire offers the perfect balance of stability, traction and extended mileage wear. 2Wheel is your best source for Michelin Commander II Rear Tires on sale, available at great prices that make it easy to equip your bike.

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How do you shop for tires? Maybe you look online for the best reviews on Michelin Commander II Rear Tires. That’s a smart first step. After all, riders like you aren’t afraid to share what they love or hate about any product. That’s especially true when it comes to tires since they’re some of the most essential components on any bike.

So maybe you’ve read those reviews and have seen riders praising the Commander II’s great value, exceptional performance, dependable grip and longevity on cross-country rides. The Commander II was engineered and built for those conditions, opening a world of adventure for cruiser riders who go the distance. With Aramid tread plies incorporated into the tire’s design to resist centrifugal growth, you enjoy excellent stability at any speed. Its longitudinal tread pattern and new rubber compound deliver the perfect amount of grip on wet and dry roads. The Commander II also gets a premium sidewall treatment for an effortlessly cool look on cruiser bikes. Enjoy freedom on the open road with S-rated, H-rated, V-rated and W-rated tires supporting speeds up to 112 MPH, 130 MPH, 149 MPH and 168 MPH respectively.

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Michelin Commander II Rear Motorcycle Tire

A new standard in cruiser tire longevity.Uncompromised handling and stability. Amplified Density Technology: a highly dense, more rigid tire casing that helps deliver excellent feedback and handling. Aramid tread plies in the rear tire resist centrifugal growth, for excellent stability even at highway speeds. All-new rubber compound formulated for exceptional grip on wet or dry roads, along with remarkable durability. A groundbreaking new look. A unique tread design for head-turning looks. A premium sidewall treatment that enhances cruiser styling. Innovative longitudinal tread pattern for efficient water evacuation and grip on wet roads.

Features

  • Radically different tread pattern for head-turning looks; premium sidewall treatment complements cruiser styling
  • Rubber compounds provide remarkable wet grip without compromising durability
  • Square bead wires improve casing rigidity, handling, and ease of installation
  • Amplified Density Technology, a highly dense, more-rigid tire casing, helps deliver excellent feedback and handling
  • Commander II tires designed for dramatically extended mileage and feature Aramid tread plies to resist centrifugal growth and provide excellent stability
  • Tubeless (TL) or tube type (TT)
  • Blackwall
  • S-rated for speeds up to 112 mph; H-rated for speeds up to 130 mph; V-rated for speeds up to 149 mph; W-rated for speeds up to 168 mph
Customer Reviews (162)
Reviews 1 - 10 of 162
Jun 1, 2020
James M.
Great product
I Love it, it’s a very smooth ride. Very quick delivery, I’ll be ordering a front tire soon.
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May 20, 2020
Michael E.
The tire came as promised and now it's on my bike and feels and handles great. I might need the front soon.
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Apr 29, 2020
Lyle P.
Good
Good
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Apr 27, 2020
John S.
Great Tires
Great ride with these tires. I ordered these and received them the next morning. Super fast and accurate delivery. I went one size wider on the front from stock and what an enjoyable difference. 2011 Dyna Super Glide.
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Mar 10, 2020
James E.
Great tire that go the distance
Recommend, long life tire
Staff Response: We are glad you are happy with your purchase and thank you for the review.
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Jan 30, 2020
venita h.
Great quality tires
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Jan 15, 2020
Bert B.
Great performance and value!
I have a 2014 Honda Valkyrie which I commute and ride recreationally year round, averaging about 25K a year. The bike is heavy (762 lbs. wet) plus accessories and me 220 lbs. I’ve tried just about every brand of model of tires for this bike and have settled on this one. The traction is great in dry weather and wet weather performance is pretty good. Mileage wise I get about 13-15K miles for the rear and about 18-20K for the front. The price is pretty reasonable and is a great value in my opinion.
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Jan 13, 2020
RikoSuave55
Buy um!
Great tire. Feels glied to the road. Much longer wear. Ive used multiple times in wet weather and on curvy roads.
I put about 15k a year on um and this is the tire i goto!
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Dec 25, 2019
Jack G.
Retire ready mixer truck driver
This is my second set of the Michelin Commander 2, and I will say this I love the way grip the road and take corners. I have a full dresser Harley and I can lean the bike like I use to do my crotch rocket. They're not only good on dry payment they also very good in the rain, and I mean heavy rain they still hold the road. And yes I would recommend these tires, try a set for yourself and see. I first change my Dunlap which came on the bike at 12000 miles. I just put a new set of Michelin Commander 11 my bike it now has 37000 miles on it and the rear tire sill has some life left on it. But I replace it because I did pickup a nail in the rear so I replace both because I ride cross country.
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Oct 5, 2019
Poncho
Best damn tire on the market in my opinion
Michelin commander II'S are now my go to tire for my roadstar 1600 bagger the tire is awesome grips the road extremely well I got the reinforced front and rear we have tired a lot of different ones but I have found my FOREVER tire I think if nothing changes anyway I ride 2 up 100% of the time best tire I have ever had
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Question & Answers
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I am looking at a Commander II 180/65 B16 to replace my Metzeler 180/70 R16 on my Honda VTX 1800N. Any problems anyone foresees? Any issues running a bias on the rear and radial on the front?
Lee • Jan 12, 2020
Best Answer: Hello, The Michelin commander II would be a great option for you and there will be no issue with running a bias on the rear and radial in the front.
Staff • Nick • Jan 13, 2020
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Why did you choose this product?
2Wheel.com • Jul 19, 2019
Best Answer: Quality of the product (Michelin). Value for the price, 2Wheel had the least expensive cost I could find. Be careful finding a place to mount them. You could lose all the savings you made.
Russell • Jul 19, 2019
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What's the difference between an EMT 90 in an empty 90b 4 rear tire
John • Jul 19, 2019
Best Answer: Sorry Bro,I I really don't know what you want. These tires gave me over 20K on a Kawi Nomad and a V-star 1300. I like them coz they have good grip and you can't wear them out. two Tires had the best price, chipping and QUICK shipping.
John • Jul 19, 2019
What inner tube should I get for this tire?
Gil • Jul 19, 2019
Best Answer: It's tubless!!!
Toby • Jul 19, 2019
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I have a 200/50r17 on a 2008 Yamaha Roadliner, my question is can the Michelin Commander II 200/55r17 be a right fit.
Rob • Jul 19, 2019
Best Answer: Gone back to Dunlop
Glenn • Jul 19, 2019
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