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How to remove chicken strips from motorcycle tires?
The only guaranteed method of removing your chicken strip, and it is one which more and more people are availing of, is to sand them away. By manually sanding the chicken strips off your tires, you can be guaranteed they are fully gone. This ensures your own personal satisfaction as well as plaudits from your motorcycling comrades.
Do you put chicken strips on the back of your bike?
No chicken strips on the back, but strips on the front may mean the rider brakes early, turns in late and gets on the gas early while the bike is still leaned over. No strips on the front, but strips on the back means they go hard into a corner and get on the gas later when the bike is upright again.
Why do they call them chicken strips?
Chicken strips carry a pretty negative connotation, since the name comes from the rider being perceived as too 鈥渃hicken鈥?to lean the bike over in turns. If the smooth rubber at the edges of the tire never touches the road, strips develop that look and feel different from the worn center tread.
What is the difference between front and rear tyre chicken strips?
For a start, there can be a big difference in chicken strips on the front and rear tyres. Talented/brave riders with no chicken strips on the back can still have chicken strips on the front. And vice versa. These are more testament to the riding style of the rider.