Bridgestone, the world’s number one tyre and rubber company, has applied its top Battlax motorcycle tyre technologies to upgrade its scooter tyre line-up.
From February 2018, maxi scooter riders will be able to choose between Battlax Scooter SC2, the sport tyre, and Battlax Scooter SC2 Rain, the day-to-day touring tyre for maxi scooters.
Nico Thuy, Head of Europe - Motorcycle at Bridgestone EMEA explains: “Bridgestone has moved up closer to consumers and developed two versions of the new Battlax scooter tyre to match their different usage and riding styles. And by applying our flagship Battlax tyre technologies on both versions, Battlax Scooter SC2 and SC2 Rain can promise riders unbeatable performance.”
Bridgestone, the world’s number one tyre and rubber company, has deployed its Battlax on-road expertise in the Adventure tyre segment, with the launch of Battlax Adventure A41.
For trail on-road bikers who love exploring, Adventure A41 provides top-level wet grip and handling reassurance that will help them go wherever they want, in any conditions.
Bridgestone, the world’s number one tyre and rubber company, has upgraded its motorcycle line-up with the launch of Battlax Sport Touring T31: a combination of high-level safety and performance to give riders full confidence in all conditions.
At the heart of the new Battlax Sport Touring T31 concept is the enhanced wet grip and handling while maximising contact feel, so that riders feel safe and in control, free to enjoy the thrill of every ride.
The New Renault Mégane R.S. has been updated with state-of-the-art technology for greater agility, efficiency and driving enjoyment. These innovations still rely on the right tyres which is why Bridgestone engineered every aspect of the Potenza S001 to match the new design of the iconic French hot hatch.
A tailored approach was a must for the New Renault Mégane R.S. ‘This is a very different vehicle,’ explains Laurent Hurgon, Renault’s development driver for the new model. ‘It has a more powerful engine and the suspension as well as the four-wheel-steering system have been recreated. Bridgestone engineered the Potenza S001 tyres to respond to this and maximise the benefits of these innovations.’