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People love Bridgestone motorcycle tires. They’re known to be long-lasting, and they have excellent traction and handling on both wet and dry roads. They are developed with a specially formulated compound that makes them sticky but not short-lived. Riders who use them every day attest to their effectiveness – just read the reviews to see for yourself.
Bridgestone tires come from a long legacy of dedication to quality. The first Bridgestone tire was produced nearly 85 years ago by an enterprising Japanese businessman named Shojiro Ishibashi. At the time, the tire industry in Japan was practically non-existent. But just as the Land of the Rising Sun gave rise to some of the leading motorcycle manufacturers, it also gave rise to one of the leading tire producers as well. Long ago, Bridgestone set a lofty goal of becoming one of the world’s preeminent tire brands. All these years later, no one can deny that it has achieved it.
Bridgestone’s legacy continues today with motorcycle tires developed using cutting-edge technology. And with tires created specifically for different types of bikes – from cruisers to sport-touring motorcycles – they have something for every kind of rider. Take a moment to check out our selection of Bridgestone tires for yourself. You won’t be disappointed in the least.
Brandon in KY
Ordered this tire because it was what came stock on my bike. When its time for a new front tire ill probably get a different brand. Not really happy with the way these tires wear. But over all its not too bad for the $Read All Reviews
Darrell in CA
Heats up quick, Soft and wear is about the same as my previous Q3 front but has better traction. I have a Q3 on rear did this on purpose I like the stiff carcass great for sliding on my 990 SMR, Very happy with this combo !Read All Reviews
John in Virginia
First, any new tire is going to seem much better than the worn out tire it replaced, and having said that, I continue to be impressed with the T30 Evo tires I have on my 1999 Suzuki Bandit 1200. At this point I have over 500 miles on them, and they have proven to be smooth tires on the highway, and they are very predictable and in turns, with no sense of abrupt transition changes in lean angles. Basically, there are no surprises, and that's fine with me I can't really address the T30 Evo versus the standard T30, with the Evo being advertised as having better wet weather performance, but the Evos seem to work well in rain, as well as those random sun-shaded wet patches in corners. I'll follow up as the mileage increases, but so far, on a heavy, somewhat primitive bike (by today's standards), the T30 Evos have made it a lot more fun to take on the twisties, and to ride on the highway enroute to the twisties...Read All Reviews
Rocky in GA
superbRead All Reviews
Rocky in GA
better than q3 n michelin powerRead All Reviews
Sothy in FL
no slip. no issues on FL roads.Read All Reviews