Bridgestone Exedra Max Tire Combo


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Watertown, SD 57201, USA
Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
First time Bridgestone tire customer.

I do not have many miles on these tires. So far they seem to be good. The old tires were hard and very old. My local Honda dealer did the install for me.

Bridgestone Exedra Max Tire Combo
skyler Verified Purchaser
cullman alabama
Durability 5/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5

Nice tire great price

Fuzzy Verified Purchaser
Good selection

Motor sport was the only place I could find matching brand and same style front and rear motorcycle tires.

Matt Verified Purchaser
Pike County, KY, USA
Durability 4/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Nice tires

First set of new for the bike. Seem to handle pretty good.

Streaker Verified Purchaser
Reno, NV, USA
Durability 5/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Bridgestone Exedra Max

Great tires!
Great price !

daytona beach, fl
Bridgestone exedra tire combo

As a rule of thumb I'm a michelin pilot road III fan but, were talking cruiser tires. When I bought my Vulcan 1600 classic 6 months ago; I never knew how much fun it would be to ride a cruiser. I own four bikes (Kawasaki zx-14, cbr 1100, & a Suzuki bandit 1200. All of which ride on the aformentioned tires. Now cruisers are a whole new world to me and I figured let me go with the oem tires. Well what a great choice & what a great value for the combo. I just bought a set of tires for the price of one rear sport touring tire and I'm pleased to say that the tires far exceeded my expectations. The bike rides better than when I bought the bike (with 302 miles) and shows all the signs of getting better gas mileage and, tire wear. Any one looking for a good tire at a great price needs to look at the bridgestone exedra. You won't be disappointed.

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Location: Detroit, MI, USA
Q: Will these work ok on my 2011 Dyna Wide Glide?
1 year 11 months ago
Ive bought 'ALL" or the 3 stock sized tires out there and one OFF size.. the Continental Conti in a 170/60/17....those work great but no matter if i pay $100 for the rear or $300 for the rear...I get 7000 MILES!!! Im looking for a good riding,performing, and life tire !!!! Stock size is 180/60/17 rear...Front is 80/90 21" I believe.
MotoSport Staff Expert
1 year 11 months ago
A: Unfortunately there is not a rear 180/60-17 available.
Q: What is the difference between exedra and exedra max?
2 years 1 month ago
I have a 07 Kawasaki Vulcan 1600 classic bike the tires i have on are exedra g722 on rear wheel and exedra g721 on front wheel and the tires I am planning on purchasing are exedra max is there a difference
Top 1 Contributor
2 years 1 month ago
A: Bridgestone list the MAX as: State-of-the-art pattern designs created specially for cruisers.

You can find more information on the Max tires here:
Location: plattsburgh ny
Q: What is the difference between the radial and the bias on the exedra max?
Over 3 years ago
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 3 years ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: "Radial tires are only available in a tubeless configuration. Bias-ply tires can be had in either tubeless, or tube type. Tube type tires can’t hold air without a tube because the bead is not designed to seal against the wheel efficiently as it does on a tubeless tire. Also, the tire itself is not designed to hold air as some air can escape through the tread. The primary difference between radial and bias-ply is that a radial can sustain a much higher speed rating because the radial tread design generates much less heat than a bias-ply design. Another big difference between radial and bias-ply is in performance. A bias-ply is a very strong tire often (but not always) with a very stiff and strong sidewall. They are very durable and are a real working tire. A radial is a lighter tire by design and is geared around performance with a softer and more responsive sidewall and tread. For example, all sport bikes run a radial tire due to performance and speed rating requirements while many cruisers run bias-ply tubeless tires because their top speed is not very high and the performance requirements of a Harley type cruiser are not very demanding on a tire. Bias-ply are also a bit cheaper to buy than radials due to manufacturing costs." [ sourced from: ]
Q: Are these radial? Are they a good choice for my bike?
Over 3 years ago
It's a 2003 Kawasaki Mean streak 1500
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 3 years ago
A: Yes, these would work great for your 2003 Kawasaki Mean Streak. The sizes for your bike are listed as Radials, you'll want to look for the 130/70R-17 Front Tire and the 170/60ZR-17 Rear Tire..
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