Bridgestone Battlax BT-023

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Bridgestone Battlax BT-023
Unless you get your knee down at every corner you probably don’t need any more grip.

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VISORDOWN REVIEW: Replacing the BT-021, the 023 has a uniform carcass construction but has two different compounds of rubber to alter its performance. The inner rubber is harder for increased life while the rubber on the tyre’s edges is softer for outright grip. On the brief dry sections of our ride ...  Continue reading

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24 user reviews of Bridgestone Battlax BT-023 See all

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I had a set of these on my CBR900RR a few years back, replacing a set of BT016. I can't say I noticed a huge difference between the two, both were excellent in terms of grip, and I got the standard 8000/front 4 Continue reading...
Ok but hoping for something better next time! Continue reading...
I used BT-023s on my daily commute on my VFR800 for a number of months and I can't fault them in any way. Whatever you throw at them they seem to cope, especially in the wet, superb. Will definitely keep going Continue reading...
Wouldn't hesitate to purchase a new pair - best bang for buck. Continue reading...

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Fitted a new pair the week they came out onto my ZX9R, 7k miles out of a rear with many a Sunday screaming around the Yorkshire mores. So good I fitted another rear last week and going to Cadwell next month, see how it fairs.

Posted: 23/08/2011 at 20:34

can i use a bt 021 on the back of my yam 1300 and a 023 on the front any advice much apreciated, tom

Posted: 23/10/2011 at 21:06



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