Bridgestone M404 Rear Tire

Bridgestone M404 Rear Tire
Bridgestone M404 Rear Tire

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Bridgestone Motorcycle Tires - Serving society with superior quality.

  • Race-proven rear motocross tire designed for intermediate terrain.
  • The Bridgestone M404 tire is trusted by the most affluent motocross racers like James Stewart that are able to push their bikes to the limit thanks to these newly designed tires.
  • Bridgestone gives corner confidence with the M404 rear tire that features an upgraded tread design to provide better slide control when exiting the corner, allowing more throttle.
  • The M404 rear tire is Bridgestone's most versatile tire thanks to their combination of better rubber compound and tread pattern.
  • A fresh fine-tuned casing construction on the Bridgestone M404 rear tire increases the durability.
  • Bridgestone's broadest range motocross and off-road tires.
  • Complete sizing and applications for all machines 50cc up to 450cc.
  • New fine-tuned casing construction.
  • Derived from top factory SX / MX and off-road racing technologies.
  • More durable and covers wider range of soils.
  • M404 Rear offers added traction and slide control for better acceleration out of corners.

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62 Reviews
4.7 out of 5 stars
5 Star   49 4 Star   14 3 Star   3 2 Star   1 1 Star   0
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South Shore Ma.
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Customer service is excellent!!!!

Big help when trying to choose the right tire and tube, always feel confident when buying from a fellow rider...definitely would recommend this as I was going to buy a different size (the tire that came with my bike) the tech asked what I was riding and why I needed that oversized tire that people don't use on 450...I ride the bike hate the four-stroke maintenance...asked the terrain and set me up with a killer tire, the tech was dead on when he told me I would notice the pick up because I'm spinning less rubber but oh man is this bike responding when I need and learn. Thanks for the info bro...(forgot your name)...typical safe

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On 2012 ktm 125sx in NY

Excellent all around tire. Easy to install even in cold weather. Maximum traction in all conditions and terrain. Wears well and maintains traction when worn. In loam, Better straight line hook up than mx32's but a little less than 32's in corners. Works for the "2 Stroke" style of riding. Sad they stopped making these.

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Hawley PA
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Bridgestone M404 Rear Tire

Great tire holding up well after a few track days

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ordered in place of MX32... Not a bad tire hooks up well, not the most durable tire i'd say.

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Bridgestone M404

Only tire I've ever used on my bikes and I have to say it is the best in my opinion, it lasts a good amount of time and just works on all types of tracks it seems. I've rode other people's bikes that dump a lot of money into their Dunlop tires and personally price wise there's nothing wrong with the M404

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Such a great tire hooks up extremely well almost like a mx 32 just lasts alot longer

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Omaha, NE, USA
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Good tire

So far this tire hooks up well on dirt and gravel, It doesn't grab very well on grass though but no biggie. I'll buy them again.

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Tucson, AZ, USA
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Bridgestone M404 rear tire

Excellent tire, really hooks up,thanks for the speedy delivery, # 86 S.P.H.

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Minneapolis, MN, USA
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Great tire for offroad use

I use this tire on my CRF250R and love the traction, feedback, and durability that this tire provides. I had been a Michelin S12 fan for years but my bike came with this tire and I've now switched.
My use is A class racing of Hare Scrambles and Enduros.

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Switched from Dunlop to Bridgestone several years ago and still love this tire. Excellent performance and wear.

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Work great in intermediate

fantastic tire for most tracks in Ohio and Michigan

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Marietta, GA, USA
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Great Product

This tire really hooks up and last for a long time....nice bang for the buck

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York, Pa
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Bridgestone Tires

I have went through a lot of tires in the past few years. The Bridgestones are one of the best overall. The Michelins hold up the best. The bridgestones corner well and grip well, just wish they would last a little longer.

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It is a really good tire

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Save some cash and find a different tire

Not a good tire if you want it to last more than 25 hours. Plus in my experience this tire doesn't bite well either.

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Best tire on the market

The 404 and 403's are some of the best tires on the market. They wear very well and give you a planted feel with your front tire.

Top 50 Contributor
Clarksville, TN, USA
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Awesome Tire!

I was holding out on my last 756 but it was starting to break loose easily and on the verge of chunking so I mounted this one up. This tire is great! I have ridden it in sand, loamy ripped soil and hard pack. Great traction pretty much everywhere. Surprised at how well it handles transitions from loose to hard pack sections with good predictability. Definitely gives confidence in sections where i am usually worried about the back end coming around after breaking loose on a sweeper leading into a jump.

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Concord, NC, USA
Brigdestone 404 MX rear tire

This is a great tire for medium to hard packed dirt, I didn't realize just how bad my current tire was till I put this tire on and did some riding. The Bridgestone 404 is on the top of my list for rear tires from now on.

California, USA
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Excellent tire

This is one of the top rated moto tires. After trying one, now I know why... Honestly, I was surprised that I could actually tell the difference from other tires I have tried. I ride off road trails In mixed conditions, mainly dry and rocky (California) and this tire simply hooks up!

Madison, AL, USA
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2005 CRF250R - Got Hooked Up!

Wow, this tire is a must if you hare scramble. I would say it is equal to the MX51 as well. I have run this tire for almost a year and when it gets sloppy, this thing is still pulling hard. Rocky hill climbs are treaturous for those behind you! It finds grip and slings rocks. On hard pack it may feel a little squirly because of the tall knobs, just get it back in med dirt and hit it.

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6 Questions
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Q: Can I use a rear tire 80/100-12 on a CRF70 2004?
1 year 3 months ago
Expert MotoSport Staff
1 year 3 months ago
A: Yes the 80/100-12 will work on your 2004 Honda CRF70.
1 year 3 months ago Location: Tucson, AZ, USA
A: yes
Q: Could I run a 110-90/19 Tire on my 08 yz125? I understand this is for a 250 2 stroke Might be a bit heavier but would it clear the swingarm and be ok?
1 year 7 months ago
Would it hook up better or should I just stick with the 100? Thanks guys!
MotoSport Staff Expert
1 year 6 months ago
A: Yes you can fit the 110/90-19 on your YZ125. I have run 110/90's on 125s before but usually stick to the 100/90. Some people like the 110 and say it hooks up better for them but the rider, bike and conditions all factor in on that. The 100/90 is going to be less mass and strain on a 125cc.
Q: How do i know what tires are for what terrain? maybe im missing something thanks?
2 years 11 months ago
MotoSport Staff
2 years 10 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: In Bridgestone tires, the 203/204 are for soft terrain(sand/mud), the 403/404's are for intermediate, and the 603/604 are for hardpack. Typically the 403/404 combo is the ideal choice because it works well over a variety of different terrains.
Location: Fremont, CA, USA
Q: YZ250 better tire?
Over 3 years ago
I ride in hard terrain when its winter and sandy when the summer hits. i was wondering if this would be the tire for me and/or what tire i should consider before buying. I have tried IRC M5B tires and they are great but they are used up within 5 rides.
MotoSport Staff
Over 3 years ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: This tire is an awesome tire. Myself and couple of other guys here use these tires exclusively on our bikes. It hooks up well in almost all conditions and wears really good. I much prefer it to some of the other intermediate tires out there such as the MX51's and the Michelin Star crosses. If you are looking to match up front tires also, the M203 works a little better in the soft stuff and the the M403 is better for the intermediate and hard.
Q: This tire for a 250f.?
Over 6 years ago
Would the traction be much better with this tire than a 100/90/19? Also, will it fit easily on a 250f rim?
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 6 years ago
A: yes it would fit just fine and yes it would get you more traction
Location: Newnan, Ga
Q: No 110/90-19 for Honda 250f?
Over 6 years ago
How come this site says the Bridgestone 110/90-19 does not fit a 2005 Honda CRF250F when the stock size is a 110/90-19?
MotoSport Staff
Over 6 years ago Location: Tualatin
A: the stock tire on that bike is a 100/90-19, that's why it's coming up as not fitting. If you would like to go up to the 110/90-19 all you need to do is profile your bike as a 450 or 250 2 stroke. Or just give us a call and we set you up over the phone...
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