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Rocky Mountain ATV/MC’s selection of Bridgestone cruiser motorcycle tires, Bridgestone touring motorcycle tires and Bridgestone dual sport motorcycle tires is second to none. We’re proud to offer our customers street bike tires from Bridgestone at great prices, all while providing unparalleled customer service and support to ensure you get the exact tires you need. If you do not see the tire you are looking for, check out our entire selection of motorcycle tires here.
Bridgestone was established in 1931 and has grown to become one of the largest producers of motorcycle tires and street bike tires in the world. Their global team is dedicated to serving customers worldwide with the highest level of quality, service and technology. Bridgestone is a recognized leader in the tire industry, continually producing advanced tire technologies for almost every kind of vehicle, including Bridgestone motorcycle tires made of the highest quality and caliber.
Jonathan in CA
Just got this baby popped on and balanced. Love the improvement in ride quality over the standard equipment Dunlops that came with my '06 Ninja 250. I can finally lean into a turn with confidence! Very happy with the quality of the tire and the price. Everyone locally was trying to charge me $140-150 for the same thing, so I'm glad I went with Rocky Mountain on this one!Read All Reviews
Travis in TX
Used this on my vfr. Nothing amazing, but also nothing bad. Good commuter street tire.Read All Reviews
Angelica in GA
I searched several sites and called several bike shops in 2 states looking for this rear tire. The cost was going to be outrageous plus what they were planning to charge to put it on. One day during the search, I found http://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/ and saw this Bridgestone for a little over $120. I was hesitant at first because something new...I just wasn't sure, and I really wanted to go with what was on the bike initially, a Metzeler. I decided to take a chance and buy the Bridgestone. I had the bike on the Interstate this morning running 70. I had to take a few curvy and bumpy backroads, but this tire performed VERY WELL...the bike handled very well with it on. The tire looks EXCELLENT, too. It actually looks like the Metzeler that I had on there initially. Now, I plan on checking on one for the front of the bike, and I will be looking for a Bridgestone one from http://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/ in order to get an excellent price and product with fast and free shipping!Read All Reviews