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Video: Ron Haslam talks Bridgestone T30s

MCN caught up with racing legend Ron Haslam recently to talk about Bridgestone's T30 sports touring tyre - the new rubber of choice for the Ron Haslam Race School. brightcove.createExperiences();

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Jan 11

Posts: 7647

snev says:

Sounds good

Are there any Bad tyres anymore though ?......can't say I have really noticed over recent years tbh....not since the Phantoms and Road Runners of the 80's....But then again they were better than previous options.

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Feb 12

Posts: 49

frugaltail says:

Pay me

If I were sponsored by Bridgestone I would probably rate them too..... Probably pays £50 a set in return for some hype... Useless review really, mcn your killing me guys! Can't you just review all the sport touring on two or three control bikes and then rate them in preference order... Even better do it on the street?!?!!! Where we actually use them... I don't care how good a t30 is on track when it's designed for at least 70% road use!!

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Jan 11

Posts: 122

petedj says:

dump the 'kin ads. I don't need this crap.

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Jan 04

Posts: 146

venturer says:

Err on the side of grip

the bike mags have been pushing sport/touring tyres as being good enough for sports riding on the road. Well if your a fast road rider, the more grip with a sports tyres means you can ride faster n safer.


Yes, the fact that a modern sports tyre might have more grip then you could ever use on the road just gives a bigger margin of safety, the difference could be sitting upside down in a field wondering why you crashed. Err on the side of grip.

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Oct 11

Posts: 2242

Piglet2010 says:

Wet Grip

venturer - Since most bikes (including race replicas) will run out of ground clearance before traction in the dry, I would rather err on the side of more wet grip, even on the track*.


And unless one is racing, using race tires than need tire warmers and still go bad after a few heat cycles is a waste.

*Last time I crashed on the track was in the rain.


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Oct 11

Posts: 8

andybow1 says:


Went to haslems last week on the elites and used these tyres, could not believe the grip straight out of the pits, yes it was warm, yes it was dry, but there was no sliding or losing grip at all. They definitely get my vote! Will be sticking them on my speed triple when the current tyres need replacing!

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Apr 09

Posts: 6

Ams944 says:

I have put these on my F800ST and some 2000 miles later I can confirm they are awesome. The level of grip is staggering and if the wet performance is as good then it is an improvement on the BT23 (which was a very good tyre in its own right) that bodes well for everyone.


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Jul 13

Posts: 1

wa11ace says:

Always been a big fan of Ron Haslam

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