Sport motorcycle tyre
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BETTER ALL-AROUND HANDLING
Steel cord material is made of individually rubber insulated inner filaments with high thermal conductivity this to enhance heat transfer and reduce the risk of blowout. The features promote high speed stability, grip, absorption and durability.
RUNS COOLER, MORE STABILITY
Lightweight and durable cords, wrapped around the circumference of the tyre to provide a smooth grip feeling. This contributes to high performance with weight reduction, grip improvement, rotational stability, high speed performance and damping effect.
Bridgestone's advanced 3-layer compound technology for your front tyre. The dual compound is hard in the tread centre to give you heavy-braking stability, linear handling and high mileage. On the shoulders the compound is soft and sticky for maximum cornering grip ...right up to full lean angle.
Developed exclusively by Bridgestone's MotoGP engineers, this unique 5-Layer Compound technology for rear tyres has 3 different compounds. The compound is hard in the tread centre for extra stability, linear handling and high mileage. A medium compound on the shoulders gives you maximum traction at half lean for early acceleration out of corners. And with the super-sticky edge, you can take deep lean angles with full confidence. Exceptional technology for an exceptional ride!
MORE CONFIDENT FRONT TYRE GRIP
Performance in wet conditions is improved by greatly increasing the amount of silica compared to conventional SILICA RICH.
MORE CONFIDENT ROAD CONTACT
RC Polymer technology optimizes the distribution of silica in the rubber compound and improves tread flexibility, allowing greater contact with the road surface in both hot and cold conditions. The reduction in molecular friction also improves rolling resistance, therefore increasing fuel economy
STRONGER GRIP, HIGHER MILEAGE
Bridgestone's NanoPro-Tech™ technology optimises tyre performance on a molecular level. This helps reduce friction, heat and tread deformation during tyre rotation, resulting in better tread grip and longer wear life.