Motorbike Tyres: Quad / ATV

How to buy quad tyres for your vehicle?

Quad tyres or ATV tyres as they are referred to are tyres that are meant for these small vehicles. ATVs or Quads are small vehicles that are capable of traversing uneven and sandy terrain. However, even though it's easy to find tyres of the right size for these vehicles those may not always be the correct tyres.

Which are the right ATV tyres?

Ideally, the right tyres for your vehicle will be one that resembles a 4x4 tyres. Quad tyres have large thread patterns with a considerably broad profile which allows the vehicle to retain grip in all types of terrain. Also, the pattern prevents the tyres from retaining mud, sand or slush which can cause it to slip.

How to buy the right ones?

The best way to know that you’re buying the right quad tyres is to buy ones that are manufactured especially for quads. We currently sell a wide selection of tyres for these vehicles from well-known brands that back their products with a warranty. If you need help buying quad tyres call or email us, and we will be more than happy to assist you.

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