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I bought a set of these tires for my CRF450x and so far couldn’t be happier with them. I’ve put 200 road miles on them and about 30 trail miles. They’re great on the street even on the highway and they do very well in the woods. I will definitely be buying them again when these wear out.
I am hot for newb tires.
Put front and rear Bridgestones on before the ride in the Ozark Mountains. Rode rocks, loose dirt, gravel, pavement and mud. The tires were great except for the mud, overall though I couldn't have ask for a better tire.
Really good product that will give good traction and long usage
After 4000 miles of 95% pavement driving, tires are approx. 1/8” shy of being bald in center. Tread held good through at least 2500 miles. I wanted trail capable tires that did well on pavement. I am happy with the results, and bought the same tire again. I expect next time I will change it at 3000 miles.
I love the 301 and 302 tire set up , perfect for the street and dirt. Stay away from wet rocks and these tires will get through the rest.
I have my 2008 CRF230L and the Bridgestone set that was on it is no longer made hence the move to keep the bike Bridgestone. I got the tires on and gave it the first run off road and it seemed to hold a great grip on the dirt and loose gravel. I ran the bike home up to highway speeds on the Interstate and no issues and the ride was just fine - no drift and little vibration. I don't have a lot of miles on the tire, but I like it so far.
Hard to install, very stiff. Holding up well so far.
I put on the tw302/tw301 combo and love these tires. Off road they are predictable and not skittish when aired down. On twisty mountain roads (paved) they are amazing. I replaced a set of Kenda Street tires with these and the Bridgestones are way better all the way around. Only had them on about 200 miles so I can't review longevity yet, but I will definitely buy these again.
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Question asked by chris
Question:Q: TW 302Question asked Over 6 years agowant this tyre as 120/80-18 Also can you recommend a suitable front to match it 90/90-19 Long off road trip coming up so want to go to off road tyre on my Enfield desert storm
Question answered by MotoSportRyanTUser's contributor status: MotoSport Staff ExpertQuestion answered Over 6 years agoAnswer: A: This 4.60-18 tire would be the equivalent to a 130/80-18, so it would be approximately 10mm wider than the 120/80-18 that you are looking for.
The TW302 Rear is also available in a 3.10-18 which would be the evuivalent to the 120/80-18 you want.
[Rear Tire Link: http://www.motosport.com/dirtbike/BRIDGESTONE-TW302-REAR-TIRE-41018 ]
The matching front tire for this would be the Bridgestone TW301 Front Tire that is a 3.00-21 size which would be the same as a 90/90-21.
[Front Tire Link: http://www.motosport.com/dirtbike/BRIDGESTONE-TW301-FRONT-TIRE-30021 ]
Question asked by illinirider
Question:Q: Is this a tube type or tubelessQuestion asked Over 11 years ago
Question answered by james718User's contributor status: MotoSport Staff ExpertQuestion answered Over 11 years agoAnswer: A: The Bridgestone Trail Wing DOT Tires are a Tube typed tire. sorry for the confusion we will get that fixed.