Bridgestone Exedra Max Bias Front Tires
Great so far
I've only had these tires for about 1500 miles, but I've had no complaints. I've been getting a smoother ride with these over the Dunlops it had on it. Riding home from work in the rain one evening I tried to get the back tire to break loose with no luck. Waited until I hit a puddle, dropped a gear, rev bombed and popped the clutch and the bike took off in a straight line. I barely feel any bumps on the road smaller than a pothole, and the back tire only slipped once when I was scraping my floorboard on a tight turn and giving it some throttle. Great tires for the price, highly recommend.
July 12, 2016
Great tire at a great price
Tire was shipped quick and fit as promised. I have had no issues and for it being such a wide tire, it rides well. Would suggest it to anyone with a large big.
July 6, 2016
The Best Tire I've Ever Bought, Period.
I have over 50k miles on my '07 Vulcan 2K, at least half of which were when riding 2 up. The size and weight of my beloved big ole bike, together with my 'need-for-speed' riding style, creates what I've always felt is an unnaturally short lifespan for tires. It just seems like a tire - pretty much any tire - should last longer than 7,000 miles. I won't mention specific brands or prices, but so far I've tried 6, including 1 that cost significantly less (-%25), and 1 that was more than double. I live in the DFW area now, and in the 3 months since I bought my set of Exedra Max tires I've ridden to Galveston, and I just got back from my 5th roundtrip to Shreveport, in addition to normal almost daily riding around town. Now that I'm approaching what has historically been around 1/3rd of my tires lifespan, I can report 2 relevant areas where these Exedra Max are noticeably different from any other tire I've tried. First, I could probably come up with something to say about dry pavement traction (dude these new skins stick like glue!), but although I've been known to ride it like one, my big Kawasaki is definitely no crotch rocket. And since the steel belts are typically visible by the time I get around to replacing them, any new tire with fresh tread makes my bike feel like it's brand new. So I'm probably not the best source of info about how these tires will make your bike handle on the drag strip. BUT!...if you're riding your drag bike to the strip in the pouring rain these tires are absolutely the ones you want. I hate riding in the rain, but am always prepared to do so, and with living in Texas, I've done it a lot. With these new Exedra Max tires I have never felt even remotely as comfortable riding in the rain. My Dad gave me my first dirt bike when I was 8, and I've never been without some kind of motorcycle since. It's no big deal, but I know I've logged way more highway miles on a bike than the average rider, and for the first time ever I actually forgot to worry about traction in the rain with these tires. Before when it's raining I've been the guy hugging the right-hand shoulder at 55mph on I-20 in the rain while even 18-wheelers are blowing past me. With these tires I'm completely comfortable riding with the flow of traffic no matter how hard it's coming down. If you've ridden a cruiser down the interstate in the pouring rain then you know that's saying something! The second way these tires are different is tread life, and here's how I can tell: a guy at the dealership told me years ago that it's caused by lots of what he called 'straight-line riding' (to which I was like, You mean road trips?), but all the other tires I've tried have quickly developed a fairly pronounced flat spot, especially on the rear where it becomes very noticible within the first thousand miles. I have 2500 miles on these Exedra Max tires and the flat spot is barely visible. I can't say for sure if that will ultimately result in significantly longer tread life overall, but it sure does look like it might. And you know, these tires really DO grip the road every bit as good as any other I've used...even the crazy expensive set I tried several sets ago, which tells me the rubber compound they use isn't especially harder than most others. I've ridden these tires way hard. At least as hard as I have during any other 3-month period since I first bought my Vulcan new 8 years ago, and they definitely appear to be wearing much better than anything else I've used. The best rain performance of any tire I've personally ever used, plus what's looking like might end up being the longest lasting tire I've used, leads me to pronounce these new Exedra Max tires as the Best Motorcycle Tire I've Ever Bought, period.
September 28, 2015
Bridgestone Exedra Max
First of all, I want to say that this is my 1st time purchasing from Revzilla.
I knew all along I wanted a Bridgestone Exedra Max tire to replace the worn front tire on my Kawasaki Vaquero in order to have a match for my rear tire purchased last season.
After an extensive search at local dealers for the best price, I decided to try an online inquiry as friends and family had suggested. I checked out numerous dealers selling the tire I desired and found Revzilla to have the best price over all the rest. After placing my order, I received a confirmation email which included tracking. My tire arrived in perfect condition on the precise day as promised.
I must say that my entire Revzilla experience was a great one and not only will I make purchases in the future, but I'll recommend Revzilla to everybody I know.
Thank You Revzilla once again for a fantastic purchasing experience.
April 6, 2015
good tire for the money,
good tire for the money, the handling and ride quality/comfort improved
May 18, 2015
Great price, great product!
Perfect fit, works great. For the price, can't find anything better than this.
May 13, 2015
Bridgestone Exedra G709 130/70R18 Touring Tire
This is my second Bridgestone Exedra G709 130/70R18 Touring Tire for my 2003 GL1800, and I can't see using anything else; it runs much smoother, quieter and longer than the OEM tire that was on the bike when I bought it. I got 14,300 miles on the 1st G709 with no cupping or induced headshake. It had probably 1,000+ miles left on it but I'm getting ready for an extended tour and didn't want to have to stop and change it in Frozen Sneakers, Neb, or somewhere like that. This tire sticks good, provides nimble handling, and ignores rain. It's a great tire at a good price point.
May 11, 2015
I love these tires just put Exedra Max on front and back.
It feels like a new bike.
My tire guy, said "man that's a nice tire, what brand is that? Bridgestone, man that's a nice tire". I think he liked it too. :)
March 17, 2015