How often do motorcycle tyres change


Motorcycle tyres are generally replaced every 3 years or 60,000 kilometers. However, if the motorcycle tyre has an external injury or the tire pattern has been worn out, or is aging, it must be replaced in time, otherwise it will easily lead to a safe traffic accident.
The tire pressure is too high. Due to the high speed of the car, the tire temperature rises, the air pressure rises, the tire deforms, the carcass elasticity decreases, and the dynamic load on the car also increases. If it encounters an impact, it will cause internal cracks or punctures. This is also the reason why puncture accidents will be concentrated in the summer.

The tire pressure is insufficient. When a motorcycle is driving at high speed (speeds over 120km/h), insufficient tire air pressure can easily cause the carcass to "resonate" and cause a huge vibration force. If the tire is not strong enough or has been "wounded", the tire may burst.

Insufficient air pressure increases the amount of tire sinking, and it is easy to cause the sidewall to land on sharp corners, and the sidewall is the weakest part of the tire. Landing on the sidewall can also cause a puncture.