Experiencing a flat tire while driving is never a good thing, but given that a motorcycle rides on only two wheels (versus four on a car or truck), a blowout on a bike can lead to far more serious consequences.
That's why it's so important to regularly and thoroughly monitor the condition of your bike's tires, and change them whenever necessary, before bad things happen.
Allstate Rider News found a great article that highlights important things to look for when inspecting a motorcycle's tires. We urge you to check it out, follow the tips and, by all means, replace your tires when they begin to show signs of excessive wear. Plus, help keep your friends riding safe by sharing this information with them.
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