Shinko SE890 Journey Touring Radial Rear Tires are a great option if you're looking to replace the tire on your large cruiser or touring bike. The SE890 is H-rated for speeds up to 130 mph but you, of course, would obey the speed limit. It's durability is second to none with a 5 ply tread and 3 ply sidewall. This radial constructed touring tire is ready to go on your bike, call CompAcc today to order yours now!
Designed for larger touring bikes and cruisers
Aramid belted, radial construction
5 Ply Tread
3 Ply Sidewall
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Shinko SE890 Rear Tire - Squirrel SC
Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
Pros: Unlike most new rear tires that take a few miles for the rider to get the feel of the tire, this tire was smooth and responsive right out of the shop.
Cons: None Yet
This is my second Shinko rear tire and my first experience with a radial motorcycle tire. I really like the feel and handling the radial gives me on my Yamaha Road Star. I highly recommend this tire for riders of all levels.
shinko 890 GL 1800 - Jim Logan
Recommended by Reviewer: No
Pros: Tire feels ok at highway speeds.
Cons: Tire is out of round
Purchased this tire from Comp Acc. last fall prior to a quick 1500 mile trip. Tire felt ok, but I noticed at very slow 1-3 mph speeds the G.L. would wobble. I thought it was just due to the tread pattern, and the roadway surface. I did start to pay attention to the slow speed wobble, and noticed it happened whenever I rode that slow. I contacted Shinko, and Comp. Acc. both responded very quickly, however, I was informed the tire would need to be sent back to Comp.Acc., then shipped to Shinko who would inspect and warranty it if it were found to be defective. Seems to me that by the time all that happens, I will need ti have the bike somewhere on a lift for about 2 or 3 weeks. No shop will do that on a tire I didnt buy from them. Has me re-thinking Shinko, as well as, buying mail order. Any tire manufacture can have a bad tire - not sure what I will do at this point