Bridgestone Motorcycle Tires Ratings


Bridgestone Motorcycle Tires from Rocky Mountain ATV/MC

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 the lowest prices around, 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.

Bridgestone Bridgestone BATTLAX BT-016 Pro Hypersport/Track Rear Motorcycle Tire 180/55-17
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  • New multi-compound technology derived from MotoGP delivers the grip performance demanded in every aspect - braking, maximum side grip in cornering, and strong traction...
  • Rear tire features a new triple compound (5LC) The center compound offers good stability, the shoulder compound transfers power to the road with strong traction...
  • The rear tires L shaped grooves enhance shock absorption and rear-end steering. Groove location not across tread center area provides both wet performance and strong...
  • The steel MS-BELT (mono-spiral belt) construction applied to front and rear tires absorbs sudden impact from bumps and offers high stability and tremendous line-holding...
  • HTSPC- ( High Tensile Super Penetrated Cord - Mono Spiral Belt ) technology in front and rear tire provides rich contact feel, strong grip and high-speed stability...
2009-04-08 14:10:54 by gmn17

Speaking of which, why am so poor, damnit!,

Honda 919, CB900F, Hornet 900 - $6859 (Santa Clarita)
Showroom condition exotic naked/standard/streetfighter, 2002 Honda 919, Asphalt Grey. 6k miles. Registration paid for until 4/2010.
Serious inquiries only. $$$$$ invested. $6850 firm. ---Selling to start another motorcycle project.
- 2004 RC51 SP2 Front Forks
- Custom Triple Clamps (CNC'd top & modified 929RR lower) from Full Throttle Inc.
- 2007 CBR600RR Carbon Fiber Front Fender, slightly reshaped/modified
- Pro Taper Contour oversized handlebars, Ricky Carmichael bend
- Renthal Hard Road Race Grips
- CBR954RR Front and Rear Calipers with Gold Fren front pads and Galfer rear...

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