Bridgestone Tires for GL1800 & F6B

Bridgestone

Bridgestone Tires for GL1800 & F6B
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GL1800 Tires were designed and developed specifically for the Honda GL1800 Goldwing. Revolutionary design offers exceptional ride, comfort & handling your powerful GL1800 Goldwing requires on the open road.

118 Member Reviews

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6/6/2015
Dana
Providence, RI
50_stars
Hands down the best

The original bridgestone for the GL1800 were terrible. Too soft. Now with the redesign they much better. Smoother and better ride than Dunlop and better in the rain.

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1/21/2015
GC
Fayetteville, NC
50_stars
Bridgestone GL1800

This is my Second Bridgestone for the GL1800. I managed to get 14,000 miles on the first one. I was pleased with the way it gripped the road especially having ridden through a variety of dry-wet-icy conditions. I recommend Bridgestone tires for the GL1800. Keep the correct operating tire pressure for handling and safety.

28 out of 28 people found this helpful
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8/13/2014
SanJoseWing
San Jose, CA
50_stars
The best Tire I have used for my wing

this brand is the best tires ever for my goldwing. I ride hard in the windy mountains and in the wet rainy road. these tires handles extremely well in these conditions. I went to two sets already it never failed me yet and each sets last for 17 K plus miles, 5 to 6 K more than Dunlap Elite brand. A basic motorcycle 101 chore every time I get on a motorbike out on to the open road is to check the tire pressure of both tires every single time. Its a good thing for safety and it keeps the tires last for its projected wear milage. Low tire pressure alway always cuffs the tires and damages it every time - guaranteed.

23 out of 23 people found this helpful
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6/10/2014
G
10_stars
Not the right tires for me.

I have an 02 ABS. I purchased the bike about 2 1/2 years ago. It came with pretty new Bridgestone tires. About a year and change later the rear tire chords delaminated and caused a thump thump. I attributed it to not checking the psi and running on lower than optimum pressure. I replaced it with a new rear stone. 5 K later the rear delaminated again. This time I had checked the pressure every time I rode. No trouble with the front stones. I am however through with stones, Went to Dunlop E3 We will see. We ride 2 up and mostly on mountain roads.

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6/10/2014
G
10_stars
NOT FOR ME

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  • GL1800 2001-2015
  • GL1800 Trike 2001-2015
  • F6B 2013-2015