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24365d85ca You guys are rubbing off on me. I was planning on getting new tyres for my Ninja this weekend. Home Honda tyresHonda CBR 250R tyresEnter Your Location - SelectHonda CBR 250R TyresYour Honda CBR 250R runs on 110/70 R17, 110/80 R17, 140/70 R17, 140/60 R17, 140/80 R17 less 110/70 R17 +4 more sizesSelect VariantChoose Bike variant for exact tyre size0SharesX28 Tyres foundFront & Rear TyresFront TyreRear TyreFilter By Brand Birla (1) CEAT (2) Metro (2) Michelin (5) MRF (9) Pirelli (8) TVS (1)Price: Low to HighPrice: High to LowAdd another tyre0BrandModelVariantAdd another tyre0BrandModelVariantAdd another tyre0BrandModelVariant CompareMRFZapper FX1 Size: 110/80 R17Type: Tubeless0000000 Add to compareMRFZapper FY Size: 110/70 R17Type: Tubeless0000000 Add to compareMetroConti Go Size: 110/70 R17Type: Tubeless0000000 Add to compareTVSATT 825 Size: 110/80 R17 57PType: TubelessWarranty: 5 Years0000000 Add to compareMichelinPilot Street Size: 110/70 R17 54HType: TubeWarranty: 3 Years0000000 Add to compareMRFZapper C Size: 110/80 R17Type: Tubeless0000000 Add to compareCEATZOOM XL Size: 140/70 R17Type: Tubeless0000000 Add to compareMRFZapper S Size: 140/70 R17Type: Tubeless0000000 Add to compareMRFRevz Y Size: 140/60 R17Type: Tubeless0000000 Add to compareSee more tyres Please login to post the question.FacebookSign in with FacebookGoogleAsk an ExpertAsk an ExpertSiddharth Sharma Our Tyre expert answers all your tyre-related queries.Ask QuestionFind A Tyre Dealer In Your CityEnter Location or BrandSearch Tyres For Your VehicleSelect Vehicle TypeCarBikePlease Select Vehicle TypeSelect Vehicle MakePlease Select Vehicle MakeSelect Vehicle ModelPlease Select Vehicle ModelSearchLocate Tyre Dealers in your areaClick HerePopular Tyre BrandsMRF TyresApollo TyresCEAT TyresMichelin TyresJK TyresBridgestone Tyres. Not to mention, The stopping power of the IRC tires are very bad. Then Put DR2's on and since done 4 track days, 2 tuning days, 3 race days and they are going to do a race day and 2 more track days before I retire them and they still could be run out on the road till the middle goes (track does not wear the centre) They grip just as well as either of the other 2 mentioned but with better wear characteristics, ie the fronts don't get that heavily angled braking wear and the rears don't peel strips too badly. i went with motorcyclesuperstore. Rosso IIs are 7500-8000B.
But, of course, I was doing a commuting pace, not a track day or twisty riding. Grippy and last a long time. ASL New Mexico, USA Posts: 6,558 Thanks: 1,430 Thanked 3,582 Times in 1,891 Posts Quote: Originally Posted by Island Rick View Post Thanks for the review. Sport demons has to be way cheaper. After my 1500 mile trip this week ill be able to review it a lot better. Last edited by Aufitt; 08-03-2013 at 10:48 PM. Was using the IRC stock tyre on the front and according to my none existent chicken strips, scraped footpegs and toe sliders mismatching tyres is not a problem. We use data about you for a number of purposes explained in the links below. I imagine for less use on the motorways you would get 6000 if not more. These topics have been discussed many many times all over the web.