Tire Service Shop

Time to replace your tires? Our Tire Shop is open seven days a week, which means you can get your wheels off the bike and back on in time for your next ride.

If you don’t have your tires already, call ahead to check availability. We stock most brands in a wide variety of OEM sizes, so you have great odds of hitting Highway 25 with new tires before the day is over.

Call us at (408) 227-6936 and ask for the tire shop!

CLICK HERE TO BROWSE TIRES

CURRENT TIRE REBATE SPECIALS:

Dunlop Rebates: Purchase two American Elite, Elite 3, or Sportmax Q3 tires between now and July 31st and you can receive a $40 rebate from Dunlop. Click here to download or print your rebate form, or pick one up from our tire shop.

Metzeler Rebates: Purchase two Metzeler ME888 Marathon Ultras or ME880 Marathons before July 31st and you’ll be eligible to receive a $50 rebate from Metzeler. Click here for more information.


 

Tire Service Rates

Mount and Balance

Save 50% on mount and balance fees when you buy your tires from us!

Tires purchased at Road Rider: $15 per wheel

Tires purchased elsewhere: $30 per wheel

Free nitrogen tire inflation is available

Ride-On TPS Tire Sealant and Balancer Installation: $10/tire

Tire Repair
$25 per tire (rear tires only; please see the notes below about tire repair)

Road Rider does not mount ATV tires.


Hours

Mon-Fri 10am-6:30pm
Sat 9am-5:30pm
Sun 10am-4:30pm


Service Instructions

While we do not remove wheels from the bike, there are some great options for getting them to us for mount and balance service:

  • DIY Option #1: Remove your wheel(s) from your motorcycle at home and drive them to us.
  • DIY Option #2: Ride in and remove your wheel from your motorcycle in our parking lot. (We have equipment that can be used with most bikes.)
  • Service Option: Take your motorcycle to one of our preferred local performance shops, like SuperBike Performance Center or Sporttech Cycles and they will coordinate bringing your wheels over to us.

 

Notes about Tire Repair

Tire damage comes in many varieties. In many cases tire damage can be repaired by our Tire Technician. If the tire’s condition  fits within the parameters below, there is a good chance that it can be repaired:

  • The damaged tire has at least 1/8-inch of tread left.
  • The tire damage is a puncture and not a slash, rip, or explosion.
  • The damage is not the result of glass.
  • The puncture is within 1-inch of the center of the tread.
  • The puncturing object is perpendicular to the surface of the tread and not at an angle.
  • Sorry, we cannot repair front tires.

Repair is up to the discretion of our Tire Technician and takes about 45 minutes. After the repair is complete, the Tech will remount and balance your tire to ensure a smooth ride.