Cycle Analysis, LLC

4485 West 160th St.

Cleveland Ohio 44135







Motorcycle Repair Shop Cleveland                .

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Dunlop Motorcycle Tires


Metzeler Motorcycle Tires


Avon Motorcycle Tires


Shinko Motorcycle Tires


Michelin Motorcycle Tires


Bridgestone Motorcycle Tires


BFGoodrich Motorcycle Tires


Firestone Motorcycle Tires


Continental Motorcycle Tires


General Tire Motorcycle Tires


Uniroyal Motorcycle Tires


Fuzion Motorcycle Tires



About Cycle Analysis

Cycle Analysis is a leading Northeast Ohio Motorcycle tire dealer of brand name Motorcycle Tires at discount tire prices. We specialize in Motorcycle Tires for almost any kind of bike you ride (including Harley Davidson, Honda Gold Wing, Kawasaki, Suzuki, Yamaha and many others). We feature Motorcycle Tires for many different applications including Motorcycle Tires for street bike, dirt bike, scooter, moped, motocross and enduro. So no matter what design or style of tread you require, we probably have it or definitely can get it.



All Tires Brands:

AMS, Avon, Bridgestone, Carlisle, Cheng Shin, Coker, Continental, CST, Dunlop, Duro, IRC, ITP, Kenda, Maxxis, Metzeler, Michelin, Pirelli, Sedona and Shinko, Dunlop, ITP.



How to Read

a Tire:
With all the numbers and letters on the side of a tire, it's easy to get confused, so here is the basic breakdown of what each one designates.

Metric Designations
130/90 - 16 67 H
130=Tire width (mm)
90 = Aspect Ratio (90%)
16 =Rim Diameter (in.)
67 = Load Rating
H =Speed Rating

Alphabetical Designations
MT 90 - 16 Load Range B
M=Motorcycle Code
T=Tire Width Code
90=Aspect Ratio (90%)
16=Rim Diameter (in.)
Load Range B=Load Rating

Inch Designations
5.00 H 16 4PR
5.00=Section Width
H=Speed Rating
16=Rim Diameter (in.)
4PR=Casing Strength (ply rating)



Top Motorcycle Tire Brands from Cycle Analysis

We offer motorcycle tires to the Cleveland, Ohio area! We have the top brands: Michelin, Metzeler, Bridgestone, Avon Tyres, Pirelli, BFGoodrich, Firestone, Dunlop Continental, Shinko, General Tire, Uniroyal, Fuzion.

Mount and balance new tire
Replace valve stem
We will mount and balance tire on rim only or bring the whole bike down




Cycle Analysis can supply any tire for your bike featuring the top tire brands to fit every rider's need. We supply motorcycle tires from Harley-Davidson and Cruiser replacement tires to high performance Sport Bike and Sport Touring tires to Scooter, ATV and Off Road tires. Cycle Analysis of Cleveland Ohio works hard to give you the industry’s lowest tire prices and widest selection on Dunlop, Metzeler, Avon, Michelin, Pirelli, Bridgestone, Shinko, Continental, Duro, Coker, IRC and Kenda tires, to name a few.

Cycle Analysis also carries a wide variety of Motorcycle Tire Tools and Repair Kits for the garage or the open road. Whether you are looking for tire pressure monitoring systems, mini air compressors, inner tubes, rim strips or valve stem caps, Cycle Analysis has the selection of products that you’re looking for.


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Take Care of Your New Tires



These are not your tires' friends,

according to :


Sunlight - Tires stored in direct sunlight for long periods of time will harden and age more quickly than those kept in a dark or dimly lit area.

Oil and Gasoline
- Prolonged contact with oil or gasoline causes contamination of the rubber compound. Wipe off any oil or gasoline immediately with a clean rag. This warning applies to corrosives or non-rubber compatible liquids as well. Avoid cleaners or dressings like Armor All. These may degrade the rubber and remove ozone cracking and weather-checking resistance. If you've got raised tires with sidewalls, white stripes or raised white lettering, which are common on cruiser motorcycle tires, use a mild soap solution to clean them up and then rinse with plain water.

Always seek expert inspection of the tire after plunking a curb, pothole or whenever you run over something hard. If a bulge appears, or if tire pressure decreases, don't ride on it. Take it in and have your local dealer check it out.


See More at: Motor Cycle Tire Guide





Ph. (216) 362-9060








The cost to change tires can vary significantly based on your motorcycle. A motorcycle with inner tubes usually takes twice the time to do a tire change. A big cruiser often takes more time because extra parts like the exhaust has to be removed or even the suspension. Sometimes, a bike has some rust at certain bolts that need to be removed in order for a tire change, and sometimes, these bolts break. These kinds of things are not always forseeable and can add to a projected cost. We will do our best to give you as accurate of a quote as possible.

Even though we are a brick and mortar shop, our prices on tires are usually competitive with online pricing and most tires can get here in 1-2 business days with free shipping!


Wheel Balance & Alignment
You might think it's not as important to have motorcycle tires balanced and aligned, but it is. Have your tire/wheel assemblies balanced before using them and rebalanced each time the tire is removed or replaced. Unbalanced tire/wheel assemblies can vibrate at certain speeds, greatly accelerating tire wear. If you take off your rear wheel or adjust the chain or belt, have your tire balanced. Each revolution of an incorrectly aligned wheel can scuff off tread rubber, reduce tire mileage, and impair steering and cornering.


Front & Rear Tire Matching
Correct matching of front and rear tires is important for peak performance and handling. Mating a new tire with a worn tire is never a good idea. It is best to follow the Tire Selection guidelines provided by the manufacturers and change out both tires at the same time if possible. A new front tire with a worn rear tire can cause instability.

Also, make sure that the tires are mounted in accordance with the directional arrows. There are two main reasons for directional arrows. The first of these is that some motorcycle tires now have tread patterns that are designed for a specific rotation for optimum performance, particularly on wet roads. Directional arrows indicate the proper directional rotation.

Secondly, running a tire will set up a wear pattern and it might not roll smoothly if reversed. Use the directional arrow to re-fit a tire in its original direction.

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