Question about 1973 Honda CB 100
I'm fixing up a 1972 Honda CL100 (K2) and looking for good safe tires to use on NYC streets. Not looking for original-look knobbies (no off road riding) but still hoping for tires that have a more vintage look without sacrificing too much safety. Front: 2.50-18; rear 3.00-17. Any advice on best type and good source much appreciated. Thanks!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Brand is not really important. Just go to any motorcycle shop and tell them you want road tires for city streets. They may have two or three tires to choose from. Pick what looks good and go with it.
I believe your bike takes a 250 x 18 tire size on the front and a 3.00 x 17 on the rear. Look at the sizing on the sidewall of the old tires.
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
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