I bought these to replace the Michelin Scorcher 32 I had on my 2013 Fat Bob and OMG! What a huge difference in handling and cornering. Excellent grip and entering turns is effortless. I will not use anything else.
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I have had these on for a couple weeks. Already put 1000 miles on them. They are the best I have tried. They wear well and grip even better.
These tires are an excellent value! . Waited the recommendation of a 100 mile break-in, then turned these loose. Great grip, never felt like I had no bite. Tire wear is yet to be seen, but so far, I love them!
I got exactly what I wanted at a competitive price. My tires shipped where I wanted and now i can ride without worry.
Only have a couple of hundred miles on them so far but love them on my Nomad. received them fast and it was easy dealing with Motorsport. no hidden fees or charges thanks
Nice tire great price
Motor sport was the only place I could find matching brand and same style front and rear motorcycle tires.
First set of new for the bike. Seem to handle pretty good.
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Question asked by Flanny
Question:Q: What is the difference between the excedra max and the G7 models for my Yamaha vstar 1300?Question asked 1 month 3 days ago
Question answered by robertUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered 1 month 3 days agoAnswer: A: The g7 are goldwing specified tires for the sizes they require. Dependent on the year of your v star 1300 we should have the excedra max combo for your bike. The are designed for cruiser bikes for long mileage that provides Linear handling and high speed, straight line stability.
Question asked by Terry
Question:Q: Will those tires be better that elite 4 ...I have a 2007 glowing ...I don't think its that great when it rains when going into the curvesQuestion asked Over 11 months ago
Question asked by Andy C
Question:Q: Will the Excedra Max Tubless tire accept a tube on my wife's Vulcan Classic 900 spoked rims? I bought a set of them from you for my Vulcan Custom in March this year and have about 3,000 mi on them and really like them.Question asked 1 year 6 months ago
Question answered by DaveGearheadUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered 1 year 6 months agoAnswer: A: You should be able to run tubes in a tubeless type tire without any issues.
Question asked by Bigdog
Question:Q: Will these fit a Honda 2008 GL1800? How do they compare to G709 and G704 radials made by Bridgestone?Question asked 1 year 7 months ago
Question answered by IsaacUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered 1 year 7 months agoAnswer: A: The rear tire is offered in a 180/70R-16 which would be a little taller than your stock size 180/60R-16 and the correct size front is offered 130/70ZR-18. The G models are direct OEM replacement tires and would be recommended for your model.
Question asked by Kirk
Question:Q: Will these work ok on my 2011 Dyna Wide Glide?Question asked Over 5 years agoIve 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.
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: MotoSport Staff ExpertQuestion answered Over 5 years agoAnswer: A: Unfortunately there is not a rear 180/60-17 available.
Question asked by joeski
Question:Q: What is the difference between exedra and exedra maxQuestion asked Over 5 years agoI 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
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered Over 5 years agoAnswer: 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:
Question asked by ronamo
Question:Q: What is the difference between the radial and the bias on the exedra maxQuestion asked Over 6 years ago
Question answered by MotoSportRyanTUser's contributor status: MotoSport Staff ExpertQuestion answered Over 6 years agoAnswer: 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: http://tech.bareasschoppers.com/resources/tires-101/ ]
Question asked by leon
Question:Q: Are these radial? Are they a good choice for my bikeQuestion asked Over 6 years agoIt's a 2003 Kawasaki Mean streak 1500
Question answered by MotoSportRyanTUser's contributor status: Expert MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 6 years agoAnswer: 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..