Bridgestone Battlax T31
160/60ZR17 (69W)

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Description

The Bridgestone Battlax T31 is a sports touring motorcycle tyre that makes any rider confident in all road conditions. Dry handling is massively improved bringing the joy and fun factor to your touring. The T31 comes in various specs for all different types of bikes including GT specs for heavier tourers. This touring tyre not only delivers the highest safety any rider demands but performance on any road. Its precision, traction and control will deliver exhilarating touring drives to any adventurous rider.

Features

  • Derived from Bridgestone's MotoGP development technologies
  • Excellent wet and dry performance
  • Contact feel and feedback
  • Sporty attitude
  • Variety of specs
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Bridgestone Battlax T31
160/60ZR17 (69W)
£139.19each

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About Bridgestone

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. 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.