Bridgestone Motorcycle Tyres BT45

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Bridgestone Battlax BT45 Sport Front Tire


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Color: Black
Brand: Bridgestone
Model: Battlax BT45Bridgestone Tire Features:

- High performance bias ply
- Silica compound for improved wet and dry grip
- Dual tread compound on rear tire for loner life and better traction when cornering
- Larger crown radius for grater stability and extended tread life
- H speed rated
- Tubless

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Bridgestone Bridgestone BATTLAX BT-45V Sport/Touring Front Motorcycle Tire 100/90-19
Automotive Parts and Accessories (Bridgestone)
  • Battlax BT45 V-rated bias ply, designed to give performance and mileage on sport bikes.
  • Dual Tread Compound (DTC) in the rear allows for longer mileage than single compound and better stability from center, while edges offer grip and performance while...
  • Larger crown radius contributes to stability and longer life
2005-08-10 07:22:13 by 911Driver

I get in the 3k-8k range on an F3

Mostly depends on how I'm riding. 3K is certainly not unreasonable for someone that spends their whacking the throttle or doing a lot of track days.
One of the negative parts of motorcycle reality is that what you save on gas (vs a car) is almost eaten up by what you spend on tires.
It's hard to get a set of sportbike tires for less than $250, with a $300-$350 figure being more likely.
Cycle Gear used to (and may still) give you 10% off tires and "chemicals" if you had one of their Visa cards and used it for purchases.
Here's one thing. Sportbike tires are fairly soft - that why they stick as well as they do

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.
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