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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.
mac in Washington
My bike came stock with BT016 Pro's and although I did consider switching them out for something different, I put a new set on. This tire does just about everything right and wears very well. With over 6.500 miles on the original rear tire, and subjected to all the power my bike puts down, these Battleaxes are have proved great for both the street and occasional track day. The service (lightening fast free shipping) and price I received from Jake Wilson has made me a lifetime customer.Read All Reviews
Kyle in ACT
Perhaps not as much grip as the Pirelli sports tyres or SportSmarts, but handles very well and predictable. I get much better grip and life than the Michelin Pures and Powers, and about 2000klm of spirited riding and track days.Read All Reviews
Bryan in North Carolina
I ordered this tire at 4:30 EST and the tire showed up the next day in NC from Utah and that was with standard shipping! Way to go RM ATV!!!!Read All Reviews
Ashleigh in CO
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.Read All Reviews