Shinko Shinko 700 3.00-21 Front Tire

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Shinko 700 3.00-21 Front Tire

Shinko 700

Handling Fee
  • Oversize Surcharge: $12.00

Shipping note: Each tire carries a $5.00 minimum oversize shipping surcharge which will be added to your order.

Why? That's what we have to pay.

How much? Domestic shipping oversize fee is $5-$20 depending on d

Ship to Store: Pickup Dec 1 - Dec 5 FREE

Ship to Home: Estimated Nov 30 - Dec 2 (lower 48)

The Shinko 700 Series dual sports tires feature a 60% on-road and 40% off-road aggressive tread pattern???for better dirt riding performance without sacrificing pavement grip.

Other features:

  • Aggressive tread pattern with drop lug construction
  • Heavy-duty 4-ply carcass for durability
  • Reinforced side knobs for cornering stability
  • DOT approved


Heath Says: "The Shinko 700s are a great "50-50" tire for the money. They're a little more dirt-worthy than the 705s and still dirt cheap."

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Manufacturer SKU 87-4390
California Restricted Product: No
Manufacturer: Shinko
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  • Is this a tubeless tire. I just bought this tire from Cycle Gear and they did not ask if I wanted a tube type TT or a tubeless TL. I got a tubeless in the mail. I researched that and have decided I am not comfortable using a tube in a tubeless tire (heat), in spite of the clerk's claim that it was fine.
    Question by: Robert Hedrick on 2016-10-07 01:13:00

    The 700 Shinko only comes in a tubeless configuration. The only bikes that I am aware of the can truly run a tubeless 21 are some of the GS Airhead BMW's. That might make up 1% of the motorcycle ever sold. The Cycle Gear Clerk did not make an error in my opinion. The amin point is if you are in doubt you will not be comfortable. I would call the store and talk with a manager.

    The Shinko Website is a good source of information. Pull up the model of tire, find the size and click on the wrench and it will tell you if it is suitable for your bike.

    Answer by: Tim on 2016-10-06 21:13:00