Bridgestone Battlax T30 Sport Touring Motorcycle Tire is a premium sport touring tire steeped in technology refined through the development of MotoGP race tires, and is designed for use on medium- to large-size motorcycles. The Bridgestone Battlax T30 Sport Touring Motorcycle Tire is designed for smooth handling and rider enjoyment, the series will feature new patterns and a new compound on the front tires. The tires are designed for optimum road "hugging" properties and rigidity, together with enhanced lightness, "line" tracing, dry grip and other handling characteristics. Front Features -Crossed-T groove optimizes block rigidity -Maintains optimum road hugging area at deep lean angles for optimal handling Rear Features -Lower groove volume at the edges for optimized block rigidity -Improved grip at lean angles -Curved groove that optimizes block rigidity -Maintains optimum road hugging area at deep lean angles for enhanced grip
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from Wilmington, NC
Comments about Bridgestone Battlax T30 Sport Touring Motorcycle Tire:
Just had these mounted on ST1300. Ran Oem bt20s before. So far like the feel a lot. Corners much stickier. Time will tell on wear. Would definitely buy again at this point.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Stones T30 performs well, lacks mileage
from San Diego
I ride a 2006 zx14. I loved the 23, got almost 10,000 miles out of them(mostly commuting and long trips). Then I put on my 16pros and only got 3,200 miles out of the rear(more of a 50/50 split with SoCal twisties and highway). These T30s are awesome, until they START showing tire wear and then they disintegrate. I had just over 2,000 on it when I took it for a ride on the 74(coast to Palm Desert and back) and the 243. It was a 475 mile day, at least 400 of them hard rode, and I wore the outside 1/3 of each side out by the end of the day. The middle was half worn going into the day, but the outside was not that worn looking at all to start the day, maybe 25% worn looking. My tire pressures were 40 cold starting the day and never were higher than 48 hot. Good tires for hard riding in bad weather, but I think I'll go back to the 23s for life and just remember they're not as sticky and be prepared for a little sliding. This is all for the rear, as my front only has 1,000 current miles on it and is looking like it may last 6,000 total.
By Big Bert
from Lake of the Ozarks, MO
Have these on a FJR, after 2 pair of P2/P3's. Handle good, even after 5000 miles, no drastic tip in. P3's only lasted 4k before cords showing thru, 5k on these and still about 1/2 tread.
Good so far!
By Jimbo's Home for Wayward Motorbikes
from Pueblo, CO
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Tire is still pretty new, less than 1K miles, but broke in well and I was able to scrub the tread all the way to the edges with no drama. Rides nice, predictable cornering and good dry grip.
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