Bridgestone Tires for GL1800 & F6B

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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.

117 Member Reviews

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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.

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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.

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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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3/28/2014
Chopin
50_stars
18,000 miles. Time to renew.

I'm staying with the G709. Even at 18,000 miles it is still " road worthy " and wear is pretty even compared to the others I have had. I can feel the front end wobble a bit more so that's my cue to start over again.

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