Buy Bridgestone Motorcycle Tyres Online

Manufacturing across 24 different countries, Bridgestone is one of the world's most popular tyre makers, and years of experience tell us that a Bridgestone tyre won't let you down. Founded in 1931 in Fukuoka Japan, Bridgestone was named after their founder Ishibashi as ishi means "stone" and bashi "bridge" in Japanese. Bridgestone set about using Japanese technology expertise to create the highest quality tyres.
 
In 1949 Bridgestone started manufacturing bicycle tyres and by 1958 these had become motorised – the 50cc Bridgestone motorcycle was born. As time went on, Bridgestone realised that their expertise was primarily in tyre making as most of their Bridgestone motorcycle tyres were being sold to their Japanese rivals Honda, Suzuki and Yamaha. By 1953, Bridgestone were the largest tyre manufacturer in Japan. Bridgestone were first floated on the stock market in 1961 and they opened their first plant abroad in 1965 in Singapore. Bridgestone America was set up in 1967 and Bridgestone were rapidly becoming a popular brand worldwide by the seventies.

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Up to 40% off tyres when you buy online - all prices include fitting at your local Protyre garage.

Buy tyres online with our quick and easy tyre finder. We have great motorcycle tyre deals on many trusted brands, and all prices include fitting at your local Protyre centre. With same day fitting available on many tyres! At Protyre we offer a comprehensive range of Premium, Mid-range and Economy tyres from respected tyre manufacturers. Enter your motorcycle's registration number below to search for available tyres.  

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Why choose Bridgestone motorcycle tyres?

If you have ever been to East Asia you will know that two wheels, motorised or not, are everywhere. After 70 years as tyre maker to the world’s most prolific motorcycle brands, Bridgestone’s expertise in motorcycle tyres is understandably hard to beat. They make a complete range of tyres for all sizes and types of bike and for all weather conditions and terrain.
 
All Bridgestone tyres are long lasting and made from high quality rubber and expertly finished. All Bridgestone tyres are ISO 50001 certified and recommended by industry experts across the globe. Bridgestone tyres are defined by three elements; safety, comfort and eco-friendliness. Every Bridgestone tyre produced is subjected to vigorous testing to ensure it is to the highest and safest standard possible.

How to buy Bridgestone motorcycle tyres online with Protyre

It’s easy to find new tyres and book a fitting date with Protyre. In just a few simple steps, we’ll help you order the right tyres for your motorcycle – and get you booked in at one of our 180+ local garages on a date that works for you. All it takes is a few minutes to buy your new tyres online. Here’s how the process works:

  1. Find your motorcycle tyres online:  Use the manual registration search to find your bike tyre.

  2. Choose your local garage: With 30+ Protyre garages in the UK, find your nearest to get your motorcycle tyres fitted

  3. Book a tyre fitting date: Pick your preferred date. We can even do same-day tyre fitting on over 1,000 motorcycle tyres

  4. 5-Star Service: Buy your motorcycle tyres online from us and you’ll also receive award-winning service

Bridgestone motorcycle tyres at Protyre – Same Day Fitting Available

When it comes to motorcycle tyres, Bridgestone has a significant range, but perhaps their most popular and well-known are the Battlax series. The Battlax is Bridgestone’s premium brand of on-road motorcycle tyres and caters for everything from touring to racing and from small to large motorcycles.

  • Bridgestone Battlax T31 The Battlax T31 features innovative pattern design and upgraded compound, superb wet grip performance, higher camber thrust, significantly improved handling and outstanding wear life.

  • Bridgestone Battlax S22 The Battlax S22 Sport uses new compound technology to offer great handling, excellent wet and dry performance, and superb cornering - all without sacrificing the wear life of the tyre.

  • Bridgestone BattleCross X20 Together with the Battlax models, Bridgestone also offers BattleCross tyres for off-road bikes. These use advanced technology to ensure grip, speed, and control on any type of terrain.

  • Bridgestone Battlecruise H50 Bridgestone also offers the Battlecruise range for American V-Twin Cruiser bikes. The Battlecruiser H50 offers 40% better treadwear than its closest competitor without sacrificing handling or comfort. It also offers improved grip thanks to the new rain grooves and larger contact patch.

Looking for advice on Bridgestone tyres?

When you buy Bridgestone motorcycle tyres online from Protyre, you benefit from being able to compare the many different models of tyre available. All tyres are not the same: they vary in chemical composition, internal structure, profile shape and tread design. Bikes intended for road sport have different characteristics from those used for commuting. Racetrack and off-roading make even more specialised demands, the first are often bald and quick wearing, the latter chunky with great grip on mud. The point is to choose the characteristics that support your own priorities. Even the same tyre designs in different sizes can result in changed characteristics. The exact same tyre can perform differently on other bikes, because of their weight and geometry as well as the riding styles of their owners.
 
All Protyre garages are staffed by qualified experts with a wealth of experience and our team is always on hand to help you choose the perfect tyre for your bike. Tyre checks and advice from our tyre professionals is always free and impartial. To find your nearest Protyre click the button below and simply enter your postcode into our online search function. You can then book a free tyre check online or send a query direct from our website

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Tyres available from Pirelli, Eurogrip, Metzeler, Michelin, Dunlop, Bridgestone and many more of the leading manufacturers.

Tyre help and advice

Not sure about the best way to look after your new tyres? Need more help when buying tyres online? At Protyre, we’ve put together a comprehensive help and advice section. You can find information to help you get the most out of your new tyres and more.

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    The Menace Of Part Worn / Secondhand Tyres

    Do you understand the difference? Should you buy them? What are the risks? This article will shed some light on these common questions.

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    What are the different types of motorcycle tyres?

    Motorcycle tyres can be categorised in various ways, but here we will split them into five types: Sport, Touring, Cruiser, ADV/Dual Sport and Off-road/Motocross.

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Motorcycle Manufacturers

To make choosing your motorcycle tyres even easier we have put together tyre information, based on the make and model of your motorcycle. Protyre recommend the most suitable tyre options for each individual motorcycle model, as advised by the manufacturer, we also recommend specific tyres for your bike.

    About BMW

    BMW is one of the world's best-known brands and Forbes named it as the world's most reputable company in 2012. It is widely renowned for its manufacturing quality and the performance of its products. In 2015, the company sold a massive 1,905,234 BMWs, 338,466 Minis, 3,785 Rolls Royces, and 136,963 motorcycles.

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    Triumph

    Triumph is an iconic motorcycle brand that has been in almost constant production since 1902. The Triumph marque has come a long way since that first single cylinder model, becoming synonymous with style in the 50s and 60s, when screen legends Marlon Brando and Steve McQueen made the brand truly iconic. With numerous race successes and land speed records under Triumph's belt, models like the Thunderbird, Bonneville, Tiger and Trident have achieved legendary status.

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    About Harley-Davidson

    These iconic motorcycles need little introduction. One of only two motorcycle brands to survive the Great Depression, they have since found fame not only on the roads, but also on the silver screen. Marlon Brando, Clark Gable, James Dean, Elvis Presley, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Elizabeth Taylor, Evel Knievel and Brigitte Bardot are just some of the celebrities associated with these bikes.

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    Suzuki

    The Suzuki Motor Corporation traces its history back to 1909 and a small coastal Japanese village. At first concentrating on producing looms for Japan's burgeoning silk industry, the company soon diversified into automobiles. The Second World War halted progress for a while, but the company subsequently responded to growing demand for reliable and affordable transportation.

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