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COMBO discount pricing on this set of Bridgestone tires designed and developed specifically for the Honda GL1800 Goldwing motorcycle. Revolutionary design offers exceptional ride, comfort & handling that your powerful GL1800 Goldwing requires on the open road.
COMBO includes 1 - Bridgestone G709 130/70R18 front and 1 - Bridgestone G704 180/60R16 rear sold together as a pair at one Super Low Price!!!
Bridgestone Tires for Honda Gold Wing GL1800 motorcyle at discount pricing from Wingstuff
Most miles are riding 2 up. Dunlops were lowest miles. Meztler and Bridgestone got 11000 and 10000 miles respectively. In all fairness, I ran a higher psi (46/49) which seemed ok for the Meztler, but was too high for the Bridgestone. I will try another set of Bridgestone, run the 41/42 psi others have posted, and see if I can do better.
I switched to "Stones" for one reason. I do not like the feel of a cupped tire, front or rear, when I drop into a corner. I ride hard and want full contact with the road and a cupped tire is not in full contact. Stones do not cup on my 2010 1800. I ran Dunlops for years on my 1500 and then again on my 1800 but switched to Stones and have run them for about the last 50k miles. I get about 14k miles out of the stones depending on where I am riding and this is just a little better than the Dunlop E3 mileage I was getting. The heavier the right hand the shorter the tire life.
Recently ordered my 5th set of Bridgestones from Wingstuff for my wing. Wingstuff just created another reason why I like to do business with them: The front tire had a chunk of rubber missing. I called them, was sent a UPS label to return it, and, after they examined it, was promptly credited for it. Winstuff (Cycle Giant) came through for me AGAIN! I have reviewed these tires in the past, and, after using the Metzler 880s, the Dunlop E3s, and the Avons, I still think they are the Best choice for the Goldwing. They wear better than anything else, don't cup, and handle as well as the less reliable, shorter life Metzlers. I will be touring the Smokies and Appalachians again this fall, and I know that I will be riding on the best!
Last winter I left Washington State with tires on the wing that I estimated had 5,000 miles left on them. Well with no rain in Arizona our winter home I put over 6,000 miles on the bike in the month of January. I was in need of a new set of tires. I call Wing Stuff and was told they had the Bridgestones in stock. Since I was close I rode my Wing to the store. Picked up the tires was pointed to a local shop who would install the tires that day. After the install I rode back to Arizona on the new tires which after the initial break in miles became my new tire of choice. Thanks Wing Stuff for recommendation to switch brands.
With as many miles as I ride, I have tried a few different tires with no success like BRIDGESTONE.
My bike is 9 years old and has over 145,000 miles on it.
First the Dunlop, then the Metzelers, then the Bridgestone's.
The first two failed me badly.
The Bridgestone's have been on my bike since it had 25,000 miles on it. They wear much more evenly, they do not cup as fast as other tires, and I get killer mileage out of them. I keep the air pressure in both tires at 41 psi, I average 21,000 to 24,000 miles out of both front and rear tires. How can you beat that?
I am on my 6th set of BRIDGESTONE tires and will NEVER use another tire unless Bridgestone goes out of business.
My recommendation....BUY the BRIDGESONE tire!! You won't regret it !
And we can't wait to show you how it's done!
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