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Bridgestone T30 EVO Tire Combo Bridgestone T30 EVO Tire Combo Paul - Evolving with the T30's "I've just replaced a set of Bridgestone T30 tires with a set of T30 EVO tires on my ST1100. I stuck with Bridgestone T30's because I was happy with the T30's. They provided good grip, stability, and still had tread at 9000 miles on my rather heavy sport touring bike. My front tire was down to 1/32", the rear was at 2/32" measured as close to the center of the tread as possible, measured the day I took the bike in to have the new tires mounted. My only complaint with the old T30's was the slight cupping of the front tire. Now the T30 EVO tires take their place on my bike. The first 50-80 miles were a little squirmy feeling. I suspect this was the mold release compound being worn away on my commute to work. The front tire has a lighter feeling than the old T30, but this may only be due to a rounder profile with less cupping. Now that I have 200 miles on the tires they feel every bit as connected to the road as the tires they replaced. For the record, I am not an aggressive rider, and the chicken strips are a bit wide on my bikes. The Harley Clone riders in my motorcycle group think I'm a fast rider, even when I'm taking it easy. Just about any sport rider will out-pace me in the corners. I'm looking forward to seeing how far these new EVO tires last."
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Bridgestone T30 EVO Tire Combo Bridgestone T30 EVO Tire Combo Paul - Evolving with the T30's "I've just replaced a set of Bridgestone T30 tires with a set of T30 EVO tires on my ST1100. I stuck with Bridgestone T30's because I was happy with the T30's. They provided good grip, stability, and still had tread at 9000 miles on my rather heavy sport touring bike. My front tire was down to 1/32", the rear was at 2/32" measured as close to the center of the tread as possible, measured the day I took the bike in to have the new tires mounted. My only complaint with the old T30's was the slight cupping of the front tire. Now the T30 EVO tires take their place on my bike. The first 50-80 miles were a little squirmy feeling. I suspect this was the mold release compound being worn away on my commute to work. The front tire has a lighter feeling than the old T30, but this may only be due to a rounder profile with less cupping. Now that I have 200 miles on the tires they feel every bit as connected to the road as the tires they replaced. For the record, I am not an aggressive rider, and the chicken strips are a bit wide on my bikes. The Harley Clone riders in my motorcycle group think I'm a fast rider, even when I'm taking it easy. Just about any sport rider will out-pace me in the corners. I'm looking forward to seeing how far these new EVO tires last."
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Bridgestone Motorcycle Tires

The first Bridgestone tire rolled forward on April 9, 1930. Though at the time there was no Bridgestone name. However, less than a year later founder Shojiro Ishibashi established the Bridgestone Tire Co. The name Bridgestone comes from Ishibashi which means "stone bridge in Japanese."

As with many Japanese manufacturing companies, World War II decimated the industry forcing businesses to make tough decisions. After the war, Bridgestone focused on building motorcycles while receiving most of its income supplying tires to rival motorcycle makers. Bridgestone motorcycles sputtered a short while later.

The outlook brightened in 1951 when Bridgestone became the first company in Japan to sell rayon cord tires. Production facilities saw modernization in that decade and in 1959, Bridgestone sold nylon tires. The company expanded to the United States in 1967 and in 1988 Bridgestone bought Firestone Tire and Rubber Company.

Today it runs neck-and-neck with Michelin as the largest tire manufacturer in the world. Bridgestone's innovative technology provides tires with unsurpassed grip, balance and cornering ability. Their BT106 tire features multi-compound technology sourced from MotoGP and the BT023 series utilizes silica and an RC polymer to enhance performance in wet weather and extend wear life.

Bridgestone Motorcycle Tires at MotoSport

MotoSport offers 18 front and 28 rear Bridgestone motorcycle tires. We have the size you need and all of our Bridgestone motorcycle tires are from the highly acclaimed Battlax series:

  • Battlax BT003RS
  • Battlax BT016
  • Battlax BT016PRO
  • Battlax BT023
  • Battlax BT023 GT
  • Battlax Hypersport
  • Battlax Hypersport S20

Unlike cars, motorcycle tires are not interchangeable therefore we make it easy for you to buy the correct front and rear Bridgestone motorcycle tires for your bike. MotoSport makes it easy to find the size you need too.

MotoSport features one of the largest selections of Bridgestone motorcycle tires on the web. We have a 90-day return policy. If you need help call our toll free line 866-677-7338, chat with an expert, or check out our Sportbike and Motorcycle Tire Buying Guide.

MotoSport offers fast, free shipping on orders over $79.