How To Tell If Your Tires Are Toast | MC GARAGE

Your tires are the only things connecting your motorcycle to the road, so it’s critical that they’re in good condition. Do you know what factors determine when a tire is toast? In this video from the MC Garage, Senior Road Test Editor Ari Henning will explain the three main reasons your tires might need to be replaced.

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Luke Pawley says:

Replace a tyre just because of a small puncture? That’s dumb. I’ve never had a plug not last me the lifetime of the tyre

Luke Fortier says:

Ah, see alot of people will not catch this, but when you were talking about motorcycle tires beings “toast”, you ATE a piece of toast. I am on to your tricks you sneaky sexy riddle man.

Moto Hack Jack says:

Very informative yall; thanks for the help!

Anthony Mather says:

Thanks for the date stamp tip !

hipsabad says:

i prefer the knowledge i get from running em down to the threads

nike12000 says:

At least in PA the min tire depth is 2/32 not 1 not sure if it’s diff other states or not

Garry Maynard says:

I’m joining in to thank you for your video! I’m getting my licence and my ‘new’ 09 bike is sitting in the garage until I can ride it. I just checked my tires and they are still original! A low mileage bargain had an unexpected surprise. I’ll be getting them replaced. Great tip.

hsvkidusa says:

When Lincoln’s head is completely visible on a penny

kooljnana says:

Can anyone explain how one can use twi? I couldn’t understand what he said about twi in this video.

MentleGentlemen says:

Ive had a plug in my tire for more than 5,000 miles

MIKE Mike says:

If my tires are 32 years old are they toast

The Big Ragu says:

My Z125 is 418mi and still good tread

Bolly Wood says:

I am a new Rider just bought 2011 Honda cbr250r when I watch your video I always learn something but when I go fix my bike I forget what I learn….

Shuvojit says:

Nopes my tires nerd butter

Bruce Lee says:

I don’t understand what you mean by “if the arrow is level with any tread on the tire”

AcrosBlio says:

My 100/80-17 front wheel is 7 years old with 30 000 km on.. should probably replace it due to age? lol

Fred Ascencio says:

I’ve never cringed so hard when he pulled out that toast, my butt cheeks could’ve bent a spoon

Charlie Brown says:

correct pressure is BS. I run my tyres softer in winter.

A.R.T. says:

Here in New Zealand we get scalping on our bike tires due to the camber on the road; nothing to do with misaligned steering.

BigRedChapp says:

any way to fix possible flat areas on a tire from being parked too long? replace tires?

Car Vlogs says:

Your tires are he only thing that touches the road, unless you crash

Nick Warren says:

What make / model of tyre gauge are you using there?

MirzzG says:

actually my rear tyre became unevenly worn like you showed example on front tire(sides gone), while center still was OK.

DJTweezy says:

How about if the tires are never mounted to the bike and just sitting in your garage on the shelf

Kim Jong Un says:

So you are saying my tires are toast? 
*Honey, I got the breakfast for the morning.*

krizan says:

Great explanations. You saved me money by doing some stuff myself instead of going to the shop. Here is another question that help with used bikes (if you don’t mind 🙂 ): Is there any way to predict that you battery is almost dead if you don’t know how old it is?

simone parrotta says:

how much toasts you ate for this intro? aahhahahah

Sanivier Sapphire says:

What if your tire has a bulge. .

Tony marino says:

I like what u did with the toast lol

Broadcast Channel says:

Suspension service? Do you mean the suspension impact the toast tire?

Bryan Davison says:

It ain’t toast till the threads are showing.

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