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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.
Andrew in TAR
Had these fitted for 6000kms now, still plenty of wear. We only ride two up so the tyres get a bit of beating on our course chip roads with the excessive weight they are carrying. Good traction wet or dry, no cupping, chipping, ripping or odd wear. We run these at 48PSI as opposed to the Kawa recommend of 40PSI for the big Vulcan (B/stone fronts we run @ 41PSI and getting good results too). Have outlasted the metz 880's we had, we only got 5000km's right down to the canvas and they ripped off chunks!?Read All Reviews
Excellent tyre - much better drive and traction than the equivalent Michelin. Wear is pretty good for type of tyre too with approx. 2,000 km of spirited road riding.Read All Reviews
Ryan in CO
Hade the stock BT-015's on when I bought the bike, got about 2500 miles out of the rear, really unhappy with that. But I decided to give Bridgestone one more shot. The BT-016's was way batter, 5500-6000 out of the back tire & front is still good for about 1000 or so. I ride really hard in the canyons 100+, and quick on the gas off the lights. I'd buy this tire again.Read All Reviews
Ryan in CO
Hade the stock BT-015's on when I bought the bike, got about 2500 miles out of the rear, really unhappy with that. But I decided to give Bridgestone one more shot. The BT-016's was way batter. I'd buy this tire again.Read All Reviews