Considering your options for your next set of bicycle tires? Turns out there are a lot of bike tire manufacturers to choose from. We’ve made this list of brands so that you can browse them all in one place. Did we miss any tire brands? Leave a comment and let us know so we can add them.
Sub brand of Trek. Bike tires for most types of bicycles.
The Italian brand offers distinct tires recommended for performance. Made by hand, they include tubular and open tubular designs. With a low number of threads per inch, the tires are thick and durable.
Chinese tire brand that makes gravel, urban, mountain and bmx bike tires on the low end.
High end niche bicycle tire brand founded by Jan Heine. Manufactured by Panaracer to his specifications.
Contec produces different types of tires. The manufacturer has both economic solution and performance designs with proper puncture protection. Specialized options are available as well.
As one of the world’s leading bike tire research and manufacturer names, Continental offers a wide range of tires. Their famous road bike tires include the Grand Prix and the Sprinter series.
Based in Indonesia, the company makes a limited number of bicycle tires which work with 80 to 120 PSI and 5.5 to 8.3 bar characteristics.
Diamondback is an established name in the industry. The tires made by the company include the high 120-thread count casing and dual tread compound for improved cycling performance.
Founded in 2009. Bicycles, accessories and tires. Started by licensing the Clement brand name, and then changed to Donnelly.
The brand offers quality tires for a wide range of bikes. With 1mm special under-tread protection, the tires are recommended against punctures.
Founded by the former product director at Selle Italia, the new company offers performance tires with 120 TPI construction.
The EVO tires are made with low TPI and PSI. The Coaster and the Alpha-Tour series are among the most interesting options.
Giant makes a house brand of tires. Some of the best tires from Giant such as the Gavia Race 2 come with dual-compound silica treads.
As one of the leading brands in the tires industry, Goodyear is a premium manufacturer. With tires from 50 to 110 PSI such as the Eagle All-Season, the tubeless designs are recommended for the ultimate performance.
Hutchinson makes quality tires with up to date technologies. The latest Fusion 5 Performance series comes with 127 TPI.
With a considerable number of tires, IRC is on the radar of cyclists as well. Its tires include folding solutions for road bikes with PSI between 90 and 115.
Made with dual layer flat protection, the tires from Kendatire are representative for the quality offered by the company since 1962.
Mavic produces premium tires with a racing profile.
Maxxis makes tires for all types of vehicles. Their road bike tires come with triple compound technology and 170 maximum PSI.
Michelin produces affordable and premium tires for all types of bikes. Newer designs are recommended for watt savings over long distances.
Minoura tires are used on trainers but some cyclists use them on roads as well. The tires are currently made in Japan.
With a manufacturing tradition of decades, Mitas is now present with many professional cycling teams.
With dual compound rubber, many of the tires made by Onza are orientated towards durability.
As one of Japan’s most important brands, Panaracer offers tubular and tubeless designs. ZSG Dual compound is used in the latest all-around tires.
The latest tires from Pirelli are the result of consistent research. With the Functional Groove Design and the Ideal Contour technology, the tires are recommended for rolling resistance, comfort and puncture resistance.
With an affordable lineup, Primo tires are made for regular and specialized bikes.
With a growing number of tires on offer, Ralson is one of the brans present on an international level.
Ritchey has a small selection of tires for various bikes. Weight and durability make them premium solutions.
With 127 PSI, the top racing tires from Rubena are recommended for many road bikes.
With a strong international presence, the manufacturer offers a wide range of racing tires. With durable Defense and RaceGuard protection, they are recommended for the ultimate durability.
As the road bike selection, the company offers a small number of tires which are mostly made to be affordable.
With improved tread life, Serfas offers bikes which are recommended for durability. With PSI of up to 130 and TPI of 120, the latest tires from the brand are performance-oriented.
Soma offers fast-rolling tires with long-lasting carbon thread. Some of their tires are made under Panaracer license.
Specialized has an in-house brand of bicycle tires that cover almost every type of bike.
Tannus offers airless tires with enhanced elasticity. The tires are recommended against punctures.
Tioga offers a limited number of durable tires which are also affordable.
With a wide range of tires and TPI ranging from 120 to 140, Tufo tires are good for shock absorption and puncture resistance.
Vee Rubber only makes two tires for road bikes which are the Geko and the Geko II. They take between 240 and 270 PSI.
Veloflex might be rare due to their increased price and professional orientation. Some of the designs come with 320 TPI.
Vittoria makes a wide range of tires. Competition tires such as the Corsa series come in tubular or foldable bed options. Leading manufacturers such as Bianchi use Vittoria tires on their bikes.
As one of the leading tire research and manufacturers in the world, Vredestein is a recognized name in the industry. Their latest tire, the Fortezza Flower Power, is entirely made from Russian dandelion.
The Chinese brand produces a wide range of tires. Their designs include solutions for road and vintage bikes.
With affordable and premium designs, the selection of tires from WTB is significant. The best tires from the manufacturer come with dual compound rubber.
With leading designs, Zipp tires represent a group of products which can, in general, run at low pressure to reduce the risk of pinch flats.
Priyanga Jayarathne says
One of leading bicycle brand call “DSI” is not in this list.
Innes jamieson says
Kenda big geay
Ron D0w says
I’ve built a motorized bicycle with a 13.6 HP B&S engine. Runs 84 MPH on the test stand. I[‘d love to take it out on the road but am seriously concerned about tire failure. Can you recommend a tire, 26 x 2.125, that will hold up at this speed? I’d be satisfied with a 70 MPH tire.
Ron Dow says
I don’t recall writing anything however I have a balloon-tire motorbike capable of speed in excess of 80 mph. Bike tire manufacturers don’t seem to list maximum safe speed. Any suggestions one might have would be appreciated.
FYI: I have run a bike on a test stand at close to 90 mph without tire failure. No big deal if the tire disintegrates as the bike is secured on the stand. Big difference if I’m riding it as I am fond of my arms and legs.
Adnan shahid says
I want bicycle tyres with the size of 650 * 25c. If you have then please send me details. Thanks.
The tyres on my Royce Union mtn bike have two dragons facing each other on the side wall but no brand name. What company manufactures these tyres?