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Bridgestone X30 Intermediate Terrain Motorcycle Tire Review

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View a quick review on the Bridgestone X30 Intermediate Terrain Tire

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View a quick review on the Bridgestone X30 Intermediate Terrain Tire

I’m Matt from Chaparral Motorsports and these are Bridgestone’s new X30 front and rear tire.

 

 Bridgestone recently launched the Battlecross seriers so you have the new X30 which is their soft to Intermediate tire and the X40 which is their Intermediate to hard tire. Both have similar features but for today we’re going to focus on the X30.  So, Bridgestone cut the selection down because now these tires are more versatile meaning you can run these at different tracks with a wider variety of terrain and they’ll still perform well as the track changes. In the long run this saves you some cash from having to buy multiple types of tires.

  Okay so for the new features, first off these are non-directional so you can flip flop both the front and rear to squeeze a little extra life out of them. This sport can get pretty expensive so every little bit helps.

 Thave an asymmetrical tread pattern to give you the most amount of grip and traction in any circumstance and you have these recessed areas within the knobs in the front tire to further increase the handling capabilities.

The rear tires have something that’s brand new to motocross tires across the board. The sidewalls have these cooling fins which are said to extract heat as the tires are constantly expanding and contracting creating friction, in turn lasting longer.

 Also, what’s new for the rear tire is the castle block technology.  These raised center portions help to grab the dirt and hook up much better in corners and in the straight-a-ways. They also help absorb the impact, working with the suspension.

 For all you Bridgestone fans and all those who are curious, try these out then subscribe to our YouTube channel and tell us your thoughts and give us some feedback.

For sizing info and the most up to date prices go to chapmoto.com. Thanks for watching, I’m Matt.

 

 

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