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Bridgestone 130/70-16 S21 Front Hypersport Tyre

Bridgestone 130/70-16 S21 Front Hypersport Tyre

Regular price $284.90 NZD
Regular price Sale price $284.90 NZD
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Please Note: As of the 1st March 2024 all tyres sold in New Zealand incur a Tyrewise Tyre Stewardship Fee. This fee will be charged and invoiced as per Tyrewise requirements. For more information on this fee please visit https://www.tyrewise.co.nz/, for more information on how we charge this fee please contact us.

Boasting an increased mileage of 36% on a test BMW S1000RR comparedwith the S20 the new S21 is the top choice for a sports roadtyre.

Designed and developed to get the best out of the latest hypersportmachines. Battlax Hypersport S21 delivers the thrill of riding in anyconditions. An awesome mix of acclaimed technology and completely newfeatures have been used to define the highest performance with nocompromise on safety and pleasure.

Features:

  • Total dry-performance package including superb abilities instability handling and precision.
  • Feel the excitement of riding on winding roads with the extracornering grip that S21 is offering.
  • Increased Mileage of 36% Based on internal test results comparedwith the Battlax Hypersport S20EVO at the Bridgestone TechnicalCenter.
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