Shinko tires feature a high carbon compound in a variety of models to suit all terrain conditions.
- Front knobs use a 45° knob pattern for a better biting edge when cornering and better braking stability
- Tall knobs offer excellent traction in soft to intermediate loam conditions
- 90/100 sizing features a taller side wall to prevent pinch flats in roots and rocky conditions.
- 80/100 sizing feature lower profile sidewall for more precise cornering and less sidewall flex
- Work very well in a wide range of soil conditions from mud, sand to intermediate loam
- Tall wide spaced knobs offer great self cleaning to provide excellent straight line traction on softer conditions
- Rubber compound offers excellent durability for long knob life
The Shinko Osaka Story
Established in 1946, the Shinko Group began as a manufacturer of bicycle tires and tubes in Osaka, Japan that today has become a burgeoning manufacture of rubber products.
In 1998 the Shinko Group purchased the motorcycle tire technology and molds from Yokohama Rubber Co., and began production of these products under the Shinko Tire brand. With manufacturing based in South Korea and design based in Japan, the company has seamlessly combined Japanese engineering and design principles with South Korean production and quality control standards. Today Shinko Tires produces approximately 200,000 motorcycle tires per month.
On going testing in the USA and R & D at Shinko Tire's factory means a continuous path of exciting tires to meet the need of today's riders.