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Bridgestone Battlax Sport Touring T30 Rear Tires

The Battlax T30 is the new reference for relaxed, touring performance, letting you rediscover the joy of riding. Featuring quick response, tight handling and support for high lean angles make it even easier to hold your line on both wet and dry surfaces. High-speed cruising, sports-like grip and precision steering response: all the right ingredients for genuine, consistent performance. Plus, outstanding stability, very good bump absorption and low-noise cruise performance combine for the ultimate riding experience.

Features:

  • 3LC (Dual Compound)
  • Front T-Cross shaped Groove provides better contact due to reduced tread stiffness
  • Slanted groove towards the shoulder provides higher block stiffness due to consistent input force when cornering
  • Swirled shape groove offers a combination of round and straight elements which improves contact without losing block stiffness
  • Semi-slick pattern shoulder with fewer grooves provides a larger contact patch, higher block stiffness and confidence to the rider when cornering
  • Dry handling is significantly improved over the BT023
  • Some sizes available in GT Spec
  • GT Spec tires provide improved handling and stability for heavier, sport touring bikes and feature a slightly modified tread pattern on front and stiffer construction on rear
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Bridgestone Battlax T30 Rear Tires 4.5 5 12 12
good tire wear good grip I put a set of the Bridgestone T30 on my ST 1100 just before vacation this year. We rode 2 up over 3000 miles. We rode a combination.of Interstate and twisty roads. We road in the rain a lot. The grip was good and the tire noise was not a problem. I figure they were going to last about 8000 miles but since I bought a new bike I didn't wear them out. I liked them enough that I will put them on the new bike when it needs new rubber. August 18, 2014
liked the tires good grip and wear I put a pair of the Bridgestone T30 on my Honda ST 1100 just before we went on vacation. We rode 2 up for over 3000 miles in 10 days. We rode combination of interstate and twisty roads. We road Natchez Trace, Tail of the Dragon, and Moonshiner. The tires handled the curves wonderfully. The wet grip felt good as we rode through a lot of rain. The tire wear looked good but bought a new bike when we got home so I didn't wear them out. I will put them on the new bike when it needs new rubber though. August 18, 2014
You really can have it all! I currently run a T30 rear / 003 RS front on my 2004 636. My style of riding is aggressive canyon with the occasional track day. I started running an ST rear with the 023 in 2012 because I can't afford to replace a rear tire twice a season. I liked the 023 but the T30 is head and shoulders better. Especially at deep lean angles. I can touch my knee down in the canyons without any feeling of instability. Some of that might be the 003 RS as well. I can't speak for the front tire but I can confidently say the T30 rear is good for a B group maybe low A group track pace and of course will handle anything you can throw at them in the canyons. Not to mention it'll last longer than 4000 miles. July 1, 2014
very grippy and predictable handling I use these on cross country trips 2up on my Ulysses.Had Angels once but at 8000 miles cords were showing,went for 023 Gt ever since,slightly less dry grip but way better longetivity.Tried these new T30 GT and dry handling is on par now with the Angel's with better front end feel and longetivity is the same....I will continue using these. June 29, 2014
D***!!!! These things are amazing!!!! I switched up from the Pilot Power 2CT and an so glad I did. Wet or dry, cold or warm they grip like I am glued to the road. May 20, 2014
Good traction in wet and dry 3000km (2000 miles) so far, wear looks uniform, good traction and predictable turn in July 1, 2014
Good overall. These tires are great for everyday riding. I can tell they will wear well. Already ridden in the rain and they are much more confidence inspiring than my last sport tires. The only negative, if you can call it that, is the profile. They are designed to work very well in a straight line. The profile of this tire leads to a slower turning front end compared to a pure sport tire. However, the more I ride it the more it becomes a training issue more than anything. These things are great for the money. I recommend them just be aware you will have to learn these tires and how they work. June 23, 2014
Great product The center part of the rear tire is still solid after 1000 kms of riding. The side parts are soft which is great for lean angles. The center part will give you more milage and the outer part will really depend on how you take a corner during rides. For me the important thing is, the tire sticks to the road when taking corners. April 9, 2014
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Bridgestone Battlax T30 Rear Tires
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Travis D: recommended via ST-Owners Forum Aug 5, 2014
Thomas B: recommended by trusted friend... Jul 28, 2014
DAVID G: Price and performance are key. Pirellis are not meeting my wear expectations yet my Bridgestones are and offer great value. Jul 24, 2014
Chris T: Pricepoint. Previous experience with older model of tire. Jul 18, 2014
Tony C: On the stromtrooper forum a guy recommended these tires Jul 16, 2014
Regi B: Well cant get BT-023 so hopefully this tire is as good...to be seen...i ride ALL year. Jul 15, 2014
David P: Heard good reviews and thought I would see for my self May 8, 2014
Ross M: Have wanted to try a BS dual compound tire so when I got a nail in my PR-2 at about 8500 miles with a ton of tread left it was time to try one. Mar 24, 2014
Garrett W: The tire has good reviews and is priced competitive. Needed for up coming sport touring trip of 9 days. Jan 21, 2014
Travis N: hoping for a sticky tire that has decent mileage! Jan 17, 2014
Peter L: trying for the first time. Dec 2, 2013
A shopper asked: How does the T30 compare with the Angel GT?

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May 1, 2014
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Marcel M: Comfort feel May 16, 2014
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A shopper asked: I'm looking to replace a rear Avon Storm. Honestly, I'm pretty happy with the Storm, I got 13000 miles on my ST1100 doing road trips and commuting. I'm looking to get similar mileage. Any ideas on comparing these two? The price difference would be nice if the T30's will hold up as long. One of the reviews on this site has me worried about that. Thanks. Aug 4, 2014
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Vishnu S: Hello there!

First of all, congrats on the ST1100 :) I've the same MC, a 1991 Silver, and I just installed front & rear T30s on my bike a month ago. The wear so far (~1000 miles) is very minimal & the grip/sportiness is fantastic. I dont think you have much to worry about, these tires have been well received on ST1100s & ST1300s.

If you havent yet done so, please do join ST-Owners dot com! You'll have a ton of ST1100 info at your fingertips, and also there's some real bad stuff that's happened to many riders using the Avon Storms, glad you are alright. The storms have caused many (more than 10) on the forum to experience blowouts! Its alarming - no one recommeds the storms for the ST1100 size.
Good luck with your T30 purchase! Great tire, no regrets.

Regards,
Vishnu
1991 ST1100 (thepaleobiker on ST-Owners dot com)
Aug 5, 2014
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Garrett W: Hard to say. It depends on how you ride, what the pavement is like where you ride and what the temperatures are where you ride. 13,000 miles from a set of sport touring tires seems like an awful lot to me. I've got about 6,000 kilometers on the T-30 at this point and i think they'll last another 2,000, maybe a little more. This was aggressive sport riding in northern california in very hot weather, with a commute from Canada and back with two days of cool wet weather. I think you'd be hard pressed to get 13,000 miles out of a rear. Front probably yes. Aug 6, 2014
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Salvatore D: The T30 is an excellent tire but I would definitely return to the Avon storm in your case. I bought the T30 to get touring with the occasional track day use on my 1989 Ninja ZX10. I have an 18 inch rear wheel so tire selection is limited. Stick with the tires you know get the job done. 13,000 miles is excellent. Well done Aug 5, 2014
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Jerrold john P: I think the t30s is more of a track tire that has been applied new technology like the dual compound areas meaning hard on the center to give additional milage then soft at the outer to give you the grip when cornering. Storm is more of a touring that has been develop to give more milage. Aug 5, 2014
Jim C: So far i have 2500 miles on the T30 GT's, handling in wet & dry is good, and wear is minimal at this point. Previously ran 2 sets of Bridgestone 023 GT's which got over 10,000 miles on an FJR 1300, expect to get the same from the T30's. Aug 5, 2014
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Willard G: Sorry, I've not been riding for medical reasons. Only have about 2,500 on the tire. We must ride differently; I normally get 8 to 9 K on a rear tire. WG Aug 5, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is this tire, in a GT spec, going to wear better or worse, mileage wise than the BT-023 GT? Jan 14, 2014
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Marcel M: Its a really good tire with good mileage no complaints! Jan 14, 2014
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David M: only a couple hundred miles so far, but a great tire. Jan 14, 2014
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Tom C asked: For street riding on a heavy adventure bike (Super Tenere), how will these compare to Pilot Road Trail 4 tires? These are about $100 less. Jan 23, 2014
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Wayne G: I am using Shinko on R1200GS. I have 5K miles on the tires they seem to be wearing well. They handle well on the road and in "light" off road.. Can't beat the price. Feb 18, 2014
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A shopper asked: Unfortunately I'm still running tubes in my tires. Would the 180/55/r17 73W fit my rim?
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Jan 15, 2014
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Scott C: You want a tire that is intended to fit the make and model of your ride reguardless of the name of tire manufacturer. Make sure the wheels are made for your ride. Make sure the tire is made for your ride. You will have established the safest combination for you and your passenger. Always use an innertube, rim strip and sometimes a tire boot with wire spoke rims. Mar 3, 2014
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Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
Rear / 150/70ZR17 69W 936500 000886 In Stock: Usually ships in 1-2 business days
Rear / 160/60ZR17 69W 936501 000887 In Stock: Usually ships in 1-2 business days
Rear / 160/70ZR17 73W 936502 000874 In Stock: Usually ships in 1-2 business days
Rear / 170/60ZR17 GT Spec 72W 936503 000877 In Stock: Usually ships in 1-2 business days
Rear / 180/55ZR17 7W 936504 000875 In Stock: Usually ships in 1-2 business days
Rear / 180/55ZR17 GT Spec 73W 936505 000878 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Rear / 190/50ZR17 73W 936506 000876 In Stock: Usually ships in 1-2 business days
Rear / 190/55ZR17 75W 936507 001319 In Stock: Usually ships in 1-2 business days
Rear / 190/55ZR17 GT Spec 75W 936508 001320 In Stock: Usually ships in 1-2 business days
Rear / 160/60ZR18 70W 936509 000873 In Stock: Usually ships in 1-2 business days