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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.
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