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Time to Ride Virginia Motorcycle Inspection Station

Time to Ride open for Virginia State Motorcycle Inspections

Time to Ride Offering Virginia Motorcycle Inspections

Time to Ride of Fredericksburg ,VA  is a Full service Motorcycle and ATV repair shop and more. Time to Ride services all makes and models of Motorcycles and ATVS.  We strive to take Motorcycle and ATV service to the next level by offering quality service at competitive prices along with all the extras. We have a convenient location , Friendly knowledgeable staff and experienced technicians all packed into a comfortable environment here at Time to Ride. Time to Ride wants make every aspect of Motorcycle and ATV ownership as enjoyable as possible and we know buying and maintaining the vehicles can be the worse part.  At Time to Ride our goal is to make maintaining, repairing and purchasing Motorcycles and accessories as enjoyable as riding. We are excited to announce we are a Virginia State certified Motorcycle Inspection Station.

 Time to Ride is conveniently located in front the Fredericksburg Fair grounds and Motorcycle Inspections are available Monday through Friday 9Am to 5PM without a appointment. Time to Ride is building up our stock to try and have any parts needed to ensure your Motorcycle is able to pass and is safe for your enjoyment. At Time to Ride we are proud to be a authorized motorcycle inspection station and take pride in making sure your motorcycle is in safe operating order. Safety is top priority along with performance at Time to Ride we care for the Riders and the Motorcycle. Give us a call or stop on in when its Time for your inspection or if your Ride needs some maintenance or upgrades. Time to Ride is open Monday through Saturday 9am- 6PM we look forward to meeting your and your Ride.

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New Michelin Commander 2 designed for American and Metric Cruisers

The New Michelin Commander 2 Motorcycle Tires designed to outperform and last longer then the Competition

New Michelin Commander 2 Motorcycle Tires at Time to Ride

The new Michelin Commander 2Motorcycle Tires are great tires from a well known Tire manufacture. Time to Ride is excited to be carrying the Michelin Commander 2 motorcycle tires in Fredericksburg, Va. Time to Ride is limited with what and how many tires they can stock so we get the tires that we know and trust. The Commander 2 is a new line from Michelin designed for American and Metric Cruisers. Time to Ride knows experience means knowledge and we know Michelin has over 100 years experience in rubber and Tire manufacturing. Michelin is a company that stands behind its product and Time to Ride stands for that. Michelin produces tires for many applications and industries from bicycles to space shuttles.Michelin is one of the top suppliers of American car tires and is a leader in Motorcycle and ATV markets also. The Majority of Michelin Tires and products are produced right here in the USA  and Michelin continues to invest into its factory’s and employees here in the USA. Michelin understands that a product can only be as good as the materials it is made of so they continue to use only the highest quality raw goods. Michelin is built on experience but continues to develop new production procedures and advancements in materials due to its large investments in to research and testing. They say you cant reinvent the wheel but Michelin continues to make it better. Michelin is also concerned about what effect their product and operations have on our environment and they show this by participating and leading studies that show the effect tires have on the environment. Michelin provides a superior product and is a company that Time to Ride is proud to represent.

The Michelin Commander 2 Motorcycle tire built for American and Metric cruisers is a first class Motorcycle Tire. The Commander 2 from Michelin fits many different motorcycles check out Michelin’s website for a complete list or Call us at Time to Ride to see what Michelin has for you. Time to Ride Motorcycle Shop knows how important tires are for the performance and safety of your Motorcycle. The Michelin Commander 2 has many features that helps award them a top recommendation at Time to Ride. At the top of the list for the Commander 2 motorcycle tire is the advancement in longevity the Commander tires have proven to last almost twice as long as the competition. When it comes to Motorcycle Tires longevity is a big factor and really adds to the value. Other factors that makes the Commander 2 stand out out in comparison is:

Michelin Commander 2 side view

Side view of the Michelin Commander II Motorcycle Tires

Excellent Handling and Stability due to

  • Amplified Density Technology:  A dense, rigid tire casing that enhances feel,Handling and response
  • Aramid tread plies in the rear tire resist centrifugal growth and reduce weight, for excellent stability even at highway speeds
  • All-new rubber compound formulated to improve grip on wet or dry roads, and add to durability

Eye Catching Effective New Look

  • Eye Catching one of a kind new tread design
  • A premium sidewall that enhances cruiser styling
  • Innovative longitudinal tread pattern designed to improve water evacuation and grip on wet road

The innovative design and advanced materials combine to make a longer lasting Motorcycle tire that out performs the competition. The Commander 2 is will add to the performance and and look of your cruiser which in return adds to the enjoyment of the cruise. Our goal is to help everyone enjoy their Time to Ride.

Time to Ride Motorcycle and ATV shop here in Fredericksburg, Va sells and installs the Commander 2. Come on in to Time to Ride and let us help you with your next set of Motorcycle Tires. Come on in or give us a call and talk to our staff about the right tires for you. We have already sold and installed a few pairs of the Commander 2 and will be getting some more feedback soon, If you have any feedback or opinion on Michelin or the Commander 2 tires we appreciate your comments here. Are you ready for your Time to Ride?