Choosing Tires For Your ATV
August 1, 2017
As summer starts to wane with crisp fall weather right around the corner, there isn’t a better time to think about replacing the tires on your all-terrain vehicle. Whether you’ve been active on your ATV all summer, or have it sitting outside in a shed waiting for the cooler months to come, there are a few things to consider if you plan on replacing your ATV tires.
There are a variety of ATV tire brands on the market, some for smooth trail riding and others for more rugged, off-road trips. Carlisle ATV tires are an excellent choice for everyday riding on a farm, ranch or other terrain. The brand is also well-suited if you’re looking to upgrade from the original equipment from the manufacturer. On the other hand, Kenda ATV tires offer a rugged line designed for maximum traction and excellent control on rough, rocky terrain.
Among some of the other brands of tires for your ATV are Dunlop, ITP, Duro, GBC, and Titan. Almost all of these brands have a full line of tires that suit a wide variety of needs, from the casual rider to the serious competitor. For those days that tires simply aren’t enough, you can purchase an attachable winch, just in case you and your ATV get stuck in some serious mud or snow.