Bridgestone will supply the Battlax Racing Street RS10 as the new tires to be equipped to the RC213V-S, a MotoGP race model made for public road driving to be launched by Honda.
Bridgestone supplies tires for motorcycles participating in the MotoGP – the pinnacle of motorcycle racing. Honda changed one part of the RC213V that won two consecutive championships in 2013 and 2014, and they made the RC213V-S, its remodeled version that can be used for driving on public roads.
The Battlax Racing Street RS10 is a premium high grip radial tire that can be used for public road driving. It utilizes a technology that was developed in the MotoGP where they can race in extreme speeds, and it pursues a high grip performance on dry road surfaces. It contributes to reducing the lap time when driving in circuits. It pursues handling stability and it also enables you to drive pleasantly on winding roads.
The size of its front tire is 120/70R17M/C, and the rear tire is 190/55ZR17M/C.
(Translated by Claire Marie Sausora)