Bridgestone BT016 Sport 190/55ZR17

Bridgestone BT016 Sport 190/55ZR17
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price$151.00
Bridgestone BT016 Sport 190/55ZR17
Product Description

Fits: K1600GTL, K1600GT, K1300S, K1300R with "wide" rear wheel, HP2 Sport, S1000RR, HP4

BT-016 new sport tire designed to maximize the performance of sport bikes on the road today.

-Opportunity for every rider to enjoy Bridgestone’s MotoGP technology.
-Advanced multi-compound technology applied to both front and rear tires offers riders the performance they demand in every riding mode.
-Designed for passionate riders who enjoy cornering with deep lean angles, the newly developed edge compound of the rear tire offers great line-holding performance that feels like riding on rails.

PROGRESSIVE GRIP PERFORMANCE
New multi-compound technology from MotoGP named “3LC” (Dual Compound) for the front and “5LC” (Triple Compound) for the rear, delivers grip performance demanded in every aspect — braking, maximum side grip in cornering, and strong traction out of corners.

PERFORMANCE HANDLING
3LC/5LC technology along with new tread patterns, optimal profiles and constructions provide linear and high performance handling for a wide range of sport bikes.

SURE CONTACT FEEL
Newly designed BT-016 is quality engineered for rich feedback and secure contact feel in all conditions.

STABILITY (high and low speed)
Steel (MS•Belt) construction applied to front and rear tires absorbs sudden impact from bumps and offers high stability and tremendous line-holding in corners.

MILEAGE
3LC/5LC provides consistent wear, while optimized pattern design provides longer wear life than our previous sport tire (BT-014) in any riding mode.

LESS NOISE
New pattern design achieves a noticeable reduction in tread noise.

HTSPC (High Tensile Super Penetrated Cord)
Bridgestone is the first motorcycle tire manufacturer to utilize multi-filament rubber insulated steel (MS•Belt) in the manufacture of its motorcycle radial tires. This technology offers many advantages over steel that is used by the competition. This makes the tire more flexible, provides more stability without a reduction in bump absorption, and minimizes the generation of heat throughout the tire.

MS•Belt
Bridgestone is the first motorcycle tire manufacturer to utilize multi-filament rubber insulated steel (MS•Belt) in the manufacture of its motorcycle radial tires. This technology offers many advantages over steel that is used by the competition. This makes the tire more flexible, provides more stability without a reduction in bump absorption, and minimizes the generation of heat throughout the tire. Mono Spiral Belt (MSB) construction means that a continuous single strand is wrapped around the circumference of the tire. This one-piece construction eliminates overlapping of belts, seams and joints. A MSB tire is lighter than conventional multi-cross belt construction. It has more stability since it minimizes heat generation inside the tire and provides high bump absorption.

3LC
Bridgestone's Dual Compound Construction is a process that combines two different rubber compounds that results in a tire that offers linear handling and tremendous shoulder grip for aggressive cornering.

5LC
Bridgestone's Dual Compound Construction is a process that combines two different rubber compounds that results in a tire that offers linear handling and tremendous shoulder grip for aggressive cornering. Bridgestone's Triple Compound Construction is a process that combines three different rubber compounds and offers ideal grip performance demanded in all riding modes. The center compound provides good stability. The shoulder compound transfers engine power to the road with strong traction. The edge compound offers strong side grip and solid contact feel at deep lean angles.

Bridgestone BT016 Sport 190/55ZR17
Produced by Bridgestone of Japan

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