Scooter Tyres Yorkshire

Scooter yyres, like tyres on any other vehicle, need to be maintained, repaired and occasionally replaced. Here you’ll find additional information on scooter tires as well as local companies and providers that may help you in your search.

Andrew Page Ltd
01757 290290
7-8 Bawtry Road

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Auto Discount Services
01422 340222
Dyson Road

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Gainsborough Motorquip
01427 677268
Unit 32 Corringham Road Industrial Estate

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Payless Motor Factors
01924 450222
140 Bradford Road

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Uni Part Co Group
01924 364318
Unit 24 Monckton Road Industrial Estate

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Richmond Tyres
01274 731191
Richmond Road

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01482 217596
103-105 Spring Bank

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Allcar Tyres & Exhausts
01484 427677
933 Leeds Road

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Watts Industrial Tyres Ltd
0114 2440176
4 Roman Ridge Road

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01924 291261
Unit 9B Headway Business Park

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Continental Conti Twist

Well, 10,000 kms down on the mighty Suzuki UZ125 and the factory fitted Dunlop rear tyre finally gave up the ghost. This gave us the perfect oportunity to test out something new and exciting... well some new rubber.

I never had any real problem with the original tyres, however when Derbi (our local Conti importer) sent out a Twist for the rear I was VERY impressed. You see it is easy to be happy when there is no comparison available. So I had the Continental fitted up and gave it a few hours of gentle riding to clean off any untoward slippery stuff (there wasn't any, the tyre was excellent from the minute it went on) and get the tyre worn in a bit.

Long story short I was instantly comfortable with the level of grip, to the point where I was using the entire width of the tyre almost instantly. Lean angle is progressive and confidence inspiring and the level of grip is incredibly good, at no point did I even worry about the possiblility of the rear letting go.

The wet weather grip is also admirable, I don't like to push the bike on the road in the wet but in normal day to day riding with a slippery road the tyre felt plenty stable which is a fantastic with the Auckland winter advancing at high speed.

So if you are needing a serious road tyre for your scooter, just go buy a twist, they really are that good!

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Continental Conti Twist

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Reviewed by Del Fuego
March 25, 2009
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Pros: Good tire with the right amount of grip.

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