Bridgestone Motorcycle Tire COMBO For GL1800 Gold Wing

Bridgestone

Bridgestone Motorcycle Tire COMBO For GL1800 Gold Wing
ON SALE
$318.99
Regular Price:
$369.99
MSRP:
$538.90
Item #:
WSBRCOMBO
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318.99

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

67 Member Reviews

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9/13/2014
Dan
Grove City, OH
50_stars
Great Tire

I have had Dunlop , Avon and one set of Bridgestones. The BS are the best by far in my opinion. Great mileage and handling from these things. As long as i own my wing ... these will be my tires. I pull a trailer 90% of time but i dont let it interfere with the way i ride. These things make for some great handling on wet or dry pavement. If you purchase these i doubt you will regret it.

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9/13/2014
Dan
Grove City, OH
50_stars
Great Tires

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9/4/2014
FZ1_Guy
Lake Forest, CA
50_stars
Great tires

I was experiencing a cupping problem with the Dunlaps along with a shake during braking, so I switch to the Bridgestones. Been very happy with them. Nice smooth ride, good corning and I'm getting good mileage out of them. Price is attractive too! I'd recommend these to any GL1800 rider.

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8/28/2014
Shane
Carlisle, PA
30_stars
Not the best tire

In reading the reviews on these tires I am perplexed. These tires came as OEM on my 2012 Wing. The first thing I noticed was some steering wobble at lower speeds in the front at about 3k miles. I have a fork brace but it does not help the wobble. The second thing I noticed was a "whirring" type noise at 5k miles when leaning the bike left or right. At first I did not know where the whirring noise was coming from and read online that it could be the rear tire. The online blogs and my suspicion was confirmed today. I recently got a flat on the Blue Ridge Parkway from a large puncture in the rear tire. I had the rear tire replaced today with a new Bridgestone and the whirring noise is gone but I am sure it will be a matter of time before the noise returns. These tires are ok when they have low mileage and seem to handle well in the rain but my next set will not be these Bridgestone's that's for sure.

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8/20/2014
Paulcf
Calgary, Alberta, CA
50_stars
Back to the OEM tires!

My 2003 Goldwing had Dunlop E3's and they were good but I find having these Bridgestone's to be more comfortable and relaxed on tight corners and in the rain. I am taking into account also that I got my E3's new and now I am comparing them to these Bridgestone's. I must also point out that I have Centramatic wheel discs (had them on the E3's first) and I am sure they account for the smoothness (i.e. no difference between the E3's and these tires).
By the way, the price was much less than any other retailer and WingStuff, as usual, had them delivered in record time.

After 3,000 miles on these new tires, they still show the rubber nubs not fully worn down and tire life will be interesting to monitor.

A dealer refused to install my supplied tires here so I will never be going to buy anything from them. Make sure you have a motorcycle dealer who will mount your tires. I found it easier to bring the 2 rims and tires to the dealer.

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