Top 10 electric two-wheeler tire manufacturers in the world

With the development of lithium battery technology and the advancement of government policies on electric two wheelers around the world, the market for electric two-wheelers continues to expand, and the parts industry related to electric two-wheelers is also expanding its business. Among them, tires are one of the most important component of electric two-wheelers. In the section, this article will introduce the top 10 electric two-wheeler tire manufacturers in the world.
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Top 10 electric two-wheeler tire manufacturers in the world in 2023


Established date 1889
Global headquarters Clermont Ferrand, France
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Michelin is a tire manufacturer headquartered in Clermont Ferrand, France and established in 1889. It is the largest tire manufacturer in the world. At present, its products are sold in 177 countries around the world. There are 68 factories in China, and a total of 173,000,000 tires were manufactured in 2021.michelin-building Michelin tires are used in many well-known passenger car brands such as Volkswagen, Ford, Toyota, Buick, Honda, Cadillac, Mercedes-Benz, BMW, etc. Users can choose the most suitable tires according to the brand, model, and productions year. In addition, Michelin also produces motorcycle tires, which can be used for various purposes such as racing, urban commuting, and sports and leisure, and also cooperates with many electric motorcycle manufacturers. michelin-exhibition Recently, the Michelin bicycle tire product line landed on the Chinese mainland market, and launched three series of products simultaneously: MICHELIN Power Cup, MICHELIN Power Adventure and MICHELIN Cross Country, which are suitable for road, gravel and mountain environments respectively. The above three series of bicycle tire products all use Gum-X technology, which can effectively reduce rolling resistance, improve grip and service life. And all Michelin bicycle tires are packaged in 100% recyclable environmentally friendly design. michelin-tire


Established date 1931
Global headquarters Fukuoka, Japan
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Bridgestone Corporation is a multinational company established in 1931. Its sales area covers more than 150 countries around the world. It has 50 tire factories, 122 tire related factories and other factories, and has Tokyo (Japan), Akron ( Six technology development centers in the United States, Rome (Italy), Wuxi (China), Yokohama (Japan), and Bangkok (Thailand). The business covers quality management in every link from development, production, sales, logistics to after-sales
In 2014, Bridgestone Group’s total sales amounted to 3.6739 trillion JPY. In 2013, it had a 14.6% share of the global tire market, and it was firmly ranked among the Fortune Global 500. It also has formed tight partnership with many leading manufacturers, including top 10 electric motorcycle manufacturers in China.
Bridgestone’s products mainly include passenger car tires, motorcycle tires, truck bus and engineering vehicle tires, among which motorcycle tires include road sports car tires, sports car tires, road all-terrain tires, scooter tires and track tires. Bridgestone tires adopt technological innovations such as SUSYM, Digital Tools, Ultimat Eye, Air Free Concept, NanoPro-Tech and Ologic, and tire materials that meet various road conditions and performance


Established date 1871
Global headquarters Hannover, Germany
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Continental was founded in 1871 and is headquartered in Hannover, Germany. It is the third largest tire manufacturer in the world, the largest supplier of auto parts in Europe, and a world-leading manufacturer of brake systems, chassis parts, and vehicle electronics. In 2004, Continental had an annual turnover of 11.4 billion euros and an annual output of 70 million car tires and 4.5 million industrial tires.


Continental is the largest tire manufacturer in Germany and is now one of the leaders in the world’s automotive industry suppliers. It currently has more than 100 manufacturing, R&D and testing centers around the world: Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Chile, China, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Mexico, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan, Turkey, United Kingdom and United States.

The company mainly produces passenger car tires, commercial and industrial tires, two-wheeler tires, hydraulic and electronic braking systems (ESC, ABS, TCS), and electronic suspension systems and other automotive industry products include mechanical transmissions and suspension anti-vibration systems.


Continental has entered China market since 1996, and various branches of the group have established more than 10 joint ventures in Shanghai, Changchun, Ningbo, Zhangjiagang and other places. On May 18, 2011, Continental Tire’s first factory in China officially opened in Hefei.

The plant has a total investment of more than 185 million euros and is used to meet the needs of the tire market in China and the Asia-Pacific region. The production line is equipped with production facilities with a high level of automation, and the production capacity can be flexibly increased according to production needs.



Established date 1871
Global headquarters Uldington, England
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Dunlop was founded in 1891 and is located in Uldington, England. In addition to continuing to manufacture classic car tires, motorcycle, two wheeler electric bike, and car racing tires, the factory also produces about 300,000 racing tires a year. In 1909, Dunlop invested and founded the first rubber factory in Japan, and began to produce bicycle tires and rickshaw tires.


After technical development, Dunlop creatively realized SENSINGCORE technology. SENSINGCORE can detect and perceive tire grip, wear, load, and tire pressure reduction through software algorithms, and communicate this information to drivers and vehicles through cloud sharing to achieve safer driving. In addition, Dunlop’s products also use 4D innovative nanoscale design, high-performance biomaterial technology, non-pneumatic tire technology, sealant tire technology and so on.

Dunlop’s products mainly include special tires for new energy vehicles, high-performance tires, green energy-saving tires, SUV off-road tires, winter tires and other series of tires and supporting products.



Established date 1898
Global headquarters Ohio, USA
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Goodyear is one of the world-renowned tire manufacturers. It was founded in 1898 and is headquartered in Ohio, USA. So far, it has established more than 90 factories in 28 countries around the world. The main products are rubber tires, rubber tubes, shoe soles and printer parts, etc. Bridgestone and Michelin tied for the top three tire manufacturers in the world, sales ranked third in the world in 2022.

According to the special requirements of major domestic automakers, Goodyear China specially designs and launches original factory tires for them. At present, Goodyear produces supporting tires for many luxury mainstream models, including Bentley, Porsche, Macan, Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Audi, Lexus, Cadillac, Tesla, Buick, Chevrolet and many other brands. In the replacement tire market, Goodyear has also launched replacement tire products for many mainstream models.


Goodyear actively participates in various vehicle racing events, both as a sponsor and as a tire supplier, including IndyCar, NASCAR, SAE Formula Racing, and WEC. Goodyear has returned to the endurance race since the 2020 Le Mans 24 Hours Endurance Race, and has become the only tire supplier for the LMP2 class since 2021.



Established date 1872
Global headquarters Milan, Italy
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Founded in Italy in 1872 and headquartered in Milan, Pirelli has business in 160 countries and regions, has 24 factories in 12 countries around the world, and has about 10,000 dealers and retailers. The company has been producing tires since the end of the 19th century and went on the market in 1922. Pirelli is also the largest sponsor of Inter Milan Football Club.


Pirelli is the world’s fifth-largest tire maker and ranks among the segment’s high-yields. In 2005, the annual turnover of Pirelli Tire reached 3.63 billion euros, an increase of almost 12% over the previous year.

Today’s Pirelli is responsible for the group’s design, development, production and marketing of tires for various models including: cars, light trucks, light motorcycles equipped with lightweight motorcycle battery, buses, trucks, agricultural and bulldozing equipment tires marketing and production and marketing of wire rope products.


Pirelli tires are used in many fields such as cars, ships, motorcycles, races, bicycles, trucks and buses. Using ELECT technology, the tires have been professionally designed to enhance grip to cope with the high torque of electric vehicle engines and have a strengthened structure. Optimized acceleration and braking performance to ensure driving safety.



Established date 1941
Global headquarters Seoul, South Korea
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hankook-company Founded in 1941, Hankook Tire is the first tire company in Korea. It is headquartered in Seoul, South Korea. It is the seventh largest tire manufacturer in the world. Hankook Tire has five R&D centers around the world, its products are sold in 180 countries and regions around the world, and it entered the Chinese market in 1996. hankook-building Hankook tires are used in new energy vehicles, passenger cars, SUV/CUV, light trucks, trucks, buses, racing cars and other fields. It has 15 sales branches and 4 logistics centers in China. As of 2013, Hankook Tire’s good and stable quality has made it a leader in the Chinese car tire market, and it has supplied equipment to more than 30 automobile manufacturers such as Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Audi, FAW-Volkswagen, Shanghai Volkswagen, and Beijing Hyundai. hankook-tire


Established date 1967
Global headquarters Taiwan, China
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CST Tire is the largest tire manufacturer in Taiwan. Founded in 1969, its main products are rickshaw inner and outer tires, bicycle inner and outer tires, motorcycle inner and outer tires, ATV tires, agricultural machinery and industrial vehicle tires, and truck and bus inner and outer tires. And radial tires for cars, light trucks, and trailers.


The company has five production factories in Changhua County, Taiwan, and has invested in factories in mainland China, Thailand, Vietnam, India, Indonesia and other places, and has successively established branches in the United States, Canada, Germany, Japan, the Netherlands and other countries. It is an international manufacturer with global presence.


The products of CST Tire include passenger car tires, all-steel truck and bus tires, special tires, bicycle tires, motorcycle tires, electric vehicle tires, tricycle tires, ATV tires, recreational vehicle tires, inner tubes and other categories. Japan’s Toyo Tire has a technical cooperation relationship, and is marketed around the world with “Cheng Shin”, “CST”, “MAXXIS”, “Maxis” and other brands.



Established date 1966
Global headquarters Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China
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chaoyang-team Chaoyang Tire is a well-known brand under Zhongce Rubber Group Co., Ltd., established in 1966, headquartered in Hangzhou, Zhejiang, and has sales stores in Shandong, Beijing and Shanghai, focusing on the production and manufacture of tires and rubber products. Chaoyang tire products have covered passenger car tires, commercial vehicle tires, industrial engineering tires, agricultural tires and two-wheel tires and other fields. chaoyang-brand Chaoyang Tire breaks through the limits of tire research and development, and uses the original “three-in-one technology” to enable a tire to meet the performance requirements of safety, fuel economy and quietness at the same time. Chaoyang Tire ranks eighth in the world in terms of annual sales, with annual sales exceeding RMB 30 billion. chaoyang-product


Established date 1960
Global headquarters Seoul, South Korea
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Kumho Tire from South Korea was founded in 1960 and has now become one of the world’s largest tire manufacturers. Kumho Tire has a complete production line, covering multiple categories such as passenger car tires, commercial vehicle tires, and high-tech tires. In addition to having a sales headquarters in Shanghai that radiates across the country, Kumho Tire has also established a Nanjing factory, and completed the construction of the second phase of the Nanjing factory in 2005. kumho-building In addition, Kumho established a Tianjin factory and R&D center in 2006, a Changchun factory in 2007, and a Nanjing TBR factory in 2008. So far, the annual production scale of Kumho tires in China has reached 30 million. kumho-factory Kumho’s tire products include high-performance car tires, SUV city/off-road tires, racing tires, snow tires, light truck tires, etc. Colored Smoke Tires, Ultra Low Profile Tires, Sealant Self Healing Tires, K-Silent Low Noise Tires and more. kumho-tire
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