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Bridgestone Battlax Sport Touring T30 Rear Motorcycle Tire
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Bridgestone Battlax Sport Touring T30 Rear Motorcycle Tire

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    The Bridgestone Battlax Sport Touring T30 is a premium brand steeped in technology refined through the company's development of MotoGP race tires, and is designed for use on medium- to large-size motorcycles. Designed for smooth handling and rider enjoyment, the series will feature new patterns and a new compound. The tires are designed for optimum road "hugging" properties and rigidity, together with enhanced lightness, "line" tracing, dry grip and other handling characteristics.
  • New Patterns Adopted on front and rear tires to deliver outstanding handling and grip. performance.
  • Curved groove, optimizes rigidity.
  • Maintains optimum road hugging area at deep lean angles for enhanced grip.

Bridgestone Battlax Sport Touring T30 Rear Motorcycle Tire Reviews

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Not even Decent.

Comments On Nov 09, 2015:Bought these on a friends recommendation, saying that he got 5,000 miles out of his rear on his rather large FJR1300 (He rides at a good clip)
Against my better judgement (hated BT23's) I purchased a set and slappd them on my SV650. The first half of their lifespan was simply amazing. Almost felt like a super sport tire!! Then about half way through at 1600 miles or so, they started to get very squirmy and would slip and slide on dry pavement. The front took on the shape of a triangle and was determined to kill me. Rain? The most terrifying tire I have ever ridden in the rain. BT45's are better in the wet than these "sport touring" tires... Would never buy again, nor recommend.

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Top quality, great value

Comments On Jun 27, 2015:I will admit I was hesitant to buy the T30GT for my C14. The OEM BT021's where terrible, but I decided to try these anyway. The T30GT feel just as good as the PR4GT's I had on previously. At times even better as the do not seem to track in the pavement grooves like the PR4's did. They stick well to the pavement in corners and in the wet, and are wearing very even. At 2300 miles they show almost no appreciable wear even under the 1000+ lbs of bike, rider and gear. Will need most of the rest of the MN riding season to find the end of the miles for me, but I will be buying another set of T30's when they are worn out.

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Average 9500 Miles

Comments On Jun 08, 2015:I commute daily at 400 miles a week. I've used the rear tires twice. First rear I got about 10,000 miles out of them. Second tire I got just under 9000 miles before I had a flat. Other than that I recommend these tires for the price. Side of tires have plenty of grip due to the different compounds it uses. I was hoping I could get 12,000 Miles out of these to surpass the 023's. I currently purchased a Michelin Pilot Road 4 to try them out.

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Excellent Sport Touring Tire, Colorado

Comments On Mar 16, 2015:I do a lot of commuting, local riding and sport touring on my Ninja 650R. My wife and I actually only have one car here in Denver, we both ride. My bike has 80,000 miles, 75k of which I've put on myself, so I've gone through a lot of different tires. I've put 7k so far on the T30s and they are what you expect out of a sport touring tire: long lasting (should outlast my last tires, the BT023 and Shinko Raven), good wet control (not as good as the PR3/4, but that's ok), grippy enough in the twisties to get yourself into some ear grinning trouble (but it's no track tire), very balanced when fully loaded both on interstate and 2 lane state roads. Here's where the T30 out shines every other sport touring tire I've tried: rough/grooved pavement! No joke, not sure what the other Colorado reviewer was talking about. I'd suggest he bump up his tire pressure. I ride through NASTY construction twice a day for work, returning at night. There is no additional lighting, the lanes are the minimum width, very twisty, the road is in miserable torn up condition and cars FLY through there doing atleast 55mph. The T30s are still motorcycle tires, it's not like driving a car through there, but they are incredibly stable. Add bonus? They keep their pressure well. I run 36F/38R local riding and bump it up to 38F/40R for heavy touring.

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Not the best

Comments On Sep 29, 2014:My bike came with BT020 and did ok. Went with the T30 on a dealers recommendation. These tires find every nook and cranny on the road.

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Very tidy tire

Comments On Aug 04, 2014:Very impressed with the T30, neutral handling and good grip. Easy to bed in and gripy off the mark. I would recomend

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Excellent Tire, Excellent Cost!

Comments On Mar 19, 2014: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 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 in order to get an excellent price and product with fast and free shipping!

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