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Bridgestone Battlax RS10 Tires

Item: P300955

The fact that the RS10 comes standard on bikes like the Honda RC213 and the Kawasaki H2 means quite a premium has been placed on performance. Read More

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Bridgestone Battlax RS10 Tires

The Bridgestone Battlax RS10 offers riders a higher level of grip over a wider temperature range thanks to the use of proprietary compounds based on Bridgestone’s acclaimed VO2 racing slick tire derived from MotoGP. The RS10 provides riders with superior handling and line-tracking precision. Bridgestone has engineered a special compound that offers enthusiasts sportier handling and more control with faster acceleration out of corners, enhanced steering response, greater line-holding precision in corners and confident braking stability. Multiple compounds are used in the construction of the RS10 giving it a faster warm-up.

The RS10 profile has been designed to give the tire a larger contact patch at mid to high lean angles. This improvement gives the rider much more precise control and confident in the corners.

Features:

  • High-performance sport radials optimized for high-grip and handling performance on dry surfaces
  • Bridgestone’s MotoGP development analysis was used to determine the placement of 3-D tread grooves to improve stability, grip and handling by optimizing block stiffness
  • Specially formulated rubber compounds front and rear offer sure grip as well as increased durability
  • Rear profile enables a larger contact patch for improved grip in mid to high lean angles
  • Cap and base on rear tire adds tread stiffness for stability when braking and accelerating
  • Rear tire has softer sidewall construction incorporated for better damping to improve handling
  • Front tire uses a Mono-Spiral Belt constructed with stiffer steel to enhance rigidity of the tread area for upgraded response and stability
  • 120/70ZR17 E OE tire for the Suzuki GSX-R1000R
  • 120/70ZR17 G OE tire for the Yamaha R1M
  • 120/70ZR17 L OE tire for the Kawasaki ZX-10R
  • 120/70ZR17 M OE tire for the Honda RC213
  • 120/70ZR17 N OE tire for the Honda CBR1000RR SP
  • 120/70ZR17 J OE tire for the Kawasaki H2
  • 190/50ZR17 N OE tire for the Honda CBR1000RR SP
  • 190/55ZR17 E OE tire for the Suzuki GSX-R1000R
  • 190/55ZR17 G OE tire for the Yamaha R1
  • 190/55ZR17 L OE tire for the Kawasaki ZX-10R
  • 190/55ZR17 M OE tire for the Honda RC213
  • 200/55ZR17 G OE tire for the Yamaha R1M
  • 200/55ZR17 J OE tire for the Kawasaki H2
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4.2 / 5.0
13 Reviews
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Bang For The Buck
3.7 / 5
Features
4.0 / 5
Style
4.5 / 5
Grip
4.7 / 5
Tread Life
1.9 / 5
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Grip
5 / 5
Tread Life
4 / 5
Great Track Day Tire
These were standard on my 2015 R1. They are great for track days, but you need to set the right pressures or they will eat themselves up. Bridgestone themselves don't say much about track day pressures, but I did see an image of a test that Bridgestone did in Japan.

* [Test conditions] Test location: Autopolis circuit, Japan (4.674km#; test vehicle: BMW S1000RR, tire size: 120/70ZR17 and 190/55ZR17; tire pressure: front 230 kPa, rear 250 kPa; rider: company test rider

Source:http://global-infrastructure-for-cdn.bridgestone.com/products/motorcycle_tires/products/special/rs10/index.html

Front 230kPa = 33.3587
Rear 250kPa = 36.2594

I use those pressures, I get several track days out of them with even wear, and the traction is fantastic. I like them so much that I keep buying them. Imo, they offer more traction than a Q3. Bottom line is that they may not be suited for street riders who value mileage over traction, but they are great for people like me who prioritize traction over wear.

Last season I did ruin a set of RS10's #the rear) by running lower pressures which are typical of tires like a Dunlop Q3, after a prominent local suspension guru affiliated with my track day organization suggested that I run 32/32.

Next Moto Champion just did an interview with Bridgestone engineering manager, T.J. Tennent. Some of you guys may find it interesting.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eCMcaFpCwXU
May 22, 2016
Purchased
1 year ago
Ride:
2003 Yamaha YZF-R1
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Bad Mother
I've been riding street/canyons for 11 years and road racing tracks for 10, I've never seen a tire so versatile as this one. It grips cold, and just gets better and better the more you beat on it. I also feel like you could enter an AMA race with these and spank mothers.
July 13, 2015
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Ride:
2010 BMW S1000RR
Bang For The Buck
2 / 5
Grip
4 / 5
Tread Life
1 / 5
Spend More Money on Tires!
I ride my Ducati 1098 at New Jersey Motorsports Park every other weekend. I have used all sorts of different tires trying to figure out which I like the best. I tried the Bridgestones because of cost. I regularly ride Pirelli Super Corsa's, and get about 5 track days out of the rear. I attempted the Bridgestone's in order to save a little cash, it was a bad idea. At first the tires were ok, they just felt a little slippery. I went a session just to warm them up and break them in. By the afternoon I was at full pace. The tires stuck decently, holding good lines and I really thought they were a good replacement. By my fifth session I was getting uncomfortable. The back started to slide a bit more in the rear on turn exits and I was losing confidence in the bike and the tires. I pulled off the track early to head back to the truck and check out my pressures. It almost felt as if I was riding with a flat.

I burned through the tire in less than 100 miles at a race pace using the suggested pressures that Bridgestone sets. I am ordering my old set of tires and wont be attempting these again. SPEND THE EXTRA MONEY AND BUY A BETTER TIRE!
June 13, 2016
Ride:
2008 Ducati 1098
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Grip like Q3s, but with half the life.
I put a 200/55 set on my '12 CBR1000RR that sees track use only. My friend just purchased a '15 R1 that comes with these same tires OEM.
Both sets of tires were new, spooned mine on in the AM. We both run expert, with similar lap times. In his case, he is hard on the gas leaving turns, and managed to almost completely wear through the tire after only 4 sessions, and slowed considerably to make it through the rest of the track day.
I'm the opposite and am very easy on tires, I manage to squeeze 4-5 track days out of tires.
I'll be lucky to see 2 days out of these.
They do everything well, I like their neutral profile, they communicate well, they slide predictably, but they wear out faster than anything on the track.
Despite being constructed very differently than Dunlop Q3's - these being soft all around, non stiff carcass, complete opposite the Q3's, they behave the same to me on the track.
Same grip, feel, etc. I just dislike the profile of Q3's.
On the other hand, the Dunlop's wear much, much better, with providing possibly even more grip.
This makes it hard to recommend these. While I like the profile of the RS10 over the Q3 and ran a faster lap time because of it, I don't think it's worth twice the price - over time.

I have another set I'll use, but I don't think I'll buy another set of these.
July 20, 2015
Ride:
2010 Ducati Streetfighter 1100
Bang For The Buck
1 / 5
Too soft to be practical
Ran these for one track day, cause thats how long they lasted, sticky as, but way too soft. Id still prefer these over Q3s, way more grip and they are designed for the track.
February 24, 2016
Ride:
2013 BMW S1000RR
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Excellent
The tires offer great grip, take little to no time to warm up. The only thing is they are very soft, thus wear quickly. But the increased grip is worth it.
August 17, 2015
Bang For The Buck
2 / 5
Grip
5 / 5
Tread Life
1 / 5
Incredibly sticky but does not last.
These are some of the stickiest street tires I have ever been on but they dont last long at all. Would recommend for aggressive riding or a track day but not for everyday around town. Because they aren't dual compound the middle wears super quick during day to day riding, would rather have a q3 for that.
May 31, 2016
Ride:
2012 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Grip
5 / 5
Tread Life
2 / 5
Grip
Love this tire, grip well worth it on the street does not last long but better than hitting the ground...
June 14, 2017
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Grip
4 / 5
Tread Life
3 / 5
Excellent choice for a Ducati 848 EVO
Picked these up thinking I'd run them at a new, unfamiliar track and then get rid of them. Instead I got weathered out and ended up running them for a few sessions in the A group at Willow Springs International. They worked very well with my Ducati. I could carry a lot of speed on turn entry, and completion of the turn seems every bit as good as any other tire I've run. The rear tire wear a little higher than what I've observed with the Pirelli Supercorsa SP V2, even with careful monitoring of the tire pressure, but the "Big Track" is really tough on tires and I expect I could get two more track days out of it. I thought I'd be replacing them after one track day with some Pirellis, but as a total package they work really well and I'll be taking them to Laguna Seca. Overall the Bridgestones seem close enough to the benchmark SP V2 tires, and are a great choice for a middleweight or smaller displacement bike.
April 9, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Great track tire
I was very impressed with my new RS10s at the track. I'm not a pro rider by any means, but I use up the entire tread surface front and rear. I had plenty of grip and feedback - more than the OE Rosso Corsas anyway - which I also liked. The front gave me a lot of confidence, so I was trail braking more with these tires than the OE ones. My bike is pretty easy on tires, and the local track surface isn't too coarse, so based on the first full day I would expect to get at least 3 or 4 track days on the rear. I have not ridden much on the street yet, but they grip well cold and ride reasonably well - similar to the Rosso Corsas. I have not ridden them in the wet. I plan to try Michelin's Power Supersport Evo tire next.
August 8, 2015
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Ride:
2014 Triumph Street Triple R
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Factory Tire on 2015 R1
Alex H on Sep 6, 2017
Great street tire, worth it
Fanuel E on Aug 2, 2017
Factory Tire on 2015 R1
Alex H on Sep 6, 2017
Reviews
J E on Aug 17, 2017
Great street tire, worth it
Fanuel E on Aug 2, 2017
Grip feels good. Not much tread, so not for a commuter bike that may see water.
Ryan R on Apr 14, 2017
Track day tires
Frank A on Feb 6, 2017
Figure the OE tire for the R1 will work well for an FZ-10...
Bruce S on Oct 20, 2016
Because canyons
Justin V on Oct 6, 2016
Streetable, but with track day grip that compares to DOT race tires. Lasts 2/3 as long, but costs 2/3 the price.
Randall M on Aug 29, 2016
You want to push your self and your riding skills. These are the tires to go with.
Juan D on Aug 22, 2016
Awesome tire from the factory on my bike and I want to keep it the same.
Sean28 on Jul 23, 2016
I want sticky tires for aggressive street riding
Mark T on Mar 14, 2016
Love this tires
David L on Jan 31, 2016
Great track tires for the money
Ever G on Jan 31, 2016
OE
Steve S on Dec 20, 2015
Same reason I chose the front tire... I feel like Batman when I ride my motorcycle, and now when I come to a stop and people look at my rear tire, they all tremble in the fear of justice.
Yaschar R on Jun 15, 2015
Reviews
J E on Aug 17, 2017
Grip feels good. Not much tread, so not for a commuter bike that may see water.
Ryan R on Apr 14, 2017
Has anyone received and track day tire pressure recommendations for the RS10?

I'd love to know their recommended cold and hot pressures.
A shopper on Oct 18, 2015
BEST ANSWER: 31/29 will destroy a set of these tires in one session, imo. I use the following pressures, which I found in an image that Bridgestone posted online.

QUOTE,
The new tire surpasses the BT-003 ST in all 6 areas (grip, front and rear; contact feel, front and rear; handling; overall score) and led to a 1.5 second reduction in lap times at the Autopolis circuit.*

* [Test conditions] Test location: Autopolis circuit, Japan (4.674km); test vehicle: BMW S1000RR, tire size: 120/70ZR17 and 190/55ZR17; tire pressure: front 230 kPa, rear 250 kPa; rider: company test rider

END QUOTE

Front 230kPa = 33.3587
Rear 250kPa = 36.2594

Dave Moss says 35 PSI Hot front - 31 to 36 hot rear

I respect Dave, but I don't like his recommendations for the RS10. I destroyed a rear RS10 by running 32 psi, after a prominent suspension guy associated with my track day org recommend it. The wear and traction were optimal when I used the pressures from Bridgestone's testing.
Hey what's the honest Technical difference between this tire and the R10. Also if this tire is used on just Track Day about how many Section can I expect to get out of them say if I'm running a Beginner to intermediate Level Section?
A shopper on Oct 4, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The RS10 and RS10R are a newer tire and both are designed for racing, as in competition. The R offers more grip but less longevity. You also need to be more aware of tire pressure and suspension settings with race tires. The R10 is an older design and is designed with track days and aggressive street riding as the end user application. The amount of "sections" you will get out of a RS10 varies wildly with several variables. Variables include, but are not limited to; tire pressure, track conditions, how many laps in a "section", weight of your bike, riding style, ambient temperature, warm up time, suspension settings, etc.

You can compare the tires at the bridgestone website.
What kind of average mileage can you expect. I know this will depend on a lot of things but just a ruff average. I understand this is a high performance tire soft rubber compounds are used but it is a OEM tire so it must be suitable for street duty?

What is the manufacturer recommended tire pressure for street use?
A shopper on Jul 12, 2015
BEST ANSWER: On my 2015 R1 I got about 1800 miles on the rear before the wear bars were all showing and the traction was starting to suffer. The front should last for at least 3000-3500 miles.

The manufacturer recommended air pressure will vary depending on which bike your putting the tires on. With the R1 the manufacturer (Yamaha) recommended cold filling the front to 36 and the rear to 42.
Which letter designation for the 1905517 should I get for a Ducati streefighter?
Chris S on Mar 23, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hey I used the letter "W" and it worked with no issue for me. I ride with DTC set to 3 on my streetfighter.
what is the difference between the rs10 200/55 78W and the G ?
A shopper on Mar 12, 2017
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