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The “little regrets” of motorcycle tires

In the world of motorcycles, tires play a vital role. When we are galloping on the road and enjoying the speed and passion brought by motorcycles, we cannot ignore some shortcomings of motorcycle tires. We must face some shortcomings of motorcycle tires honestly.
First, the wear of motorcycle tires is an inevitable problem. As the mileage increases, the tires will gradually become thinner and the grip may also decrease, which brings certain safety hazards to riding.
Second, different road conditions have different challenges for tires. On slippery roads, the drainage performance of tires is limited, which may cause slipping.
Furthermore, the temperature sensitivity of tires is also a point that needs attention. Long-term high-speed driving or intense driving may cause the tire temperature to be too high, affecting its performance and life.
However, it is precisely because we clearly see these shortcomings that our factory is more focused on research and development and improvement. We are committed to reducing the wear rate of tires, improving their performance under various road conditions, and enhancing their tolerance to temperature changes through advanced technologies and processes.
We are well aware that only by facing shortcomings can we make continuous progress. We regard these shortcomings as challenges and opportunities, and strive to provide better and more reliable tire products for the majority of motorcycle enthusiasts. Let us keep moving forward in pursuit of perfection and witness the transformation and sublimation of motorcycle tires together!

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Established in 1993, Hongyuan Rubber Co., Ltd. is located in Guangrao, Shandong, covering an area of more than 70000㎡, with more than 300 employees. Companies adhering to the “integrity-based, quality first” business philosophy to serve customers China and abroad.

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