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Spring 2018 Bridgestone Motorcycle Tire rebate promotion $25/tire, $50/tire set (4 tire limit)

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Spring 2018 Bridgestone Motorcycle Tire rebate promotion $25/tire, $50/tire set (4 tire limit)

Eligible tires:

Battlax Hypersport S21
Battlecruise H50
Battlax Sport Touring T31
Battlax Adventure A41
Battlecross
Motocross M59

For you sportbikers - I've owned 4 sets of the S21 tire and find it arguably better (grip and longevity) than the Q3 and Diablo Rosso Corsa. Great for spirited canyon blasts and the occasional trackday.

https://bridgestonerewards.com/FindRewards

Reward Code
MOTOUS1801
Name
2018 Bridgestone Motorcycle US Spring (Check the link for alternate Canada reward code)
Description
United States Offer: Receive a Bridgestone Visa® Prepaid Card with a qualifying Bridgestone Motorcycle Tire purchase. See Terms and Conditions for more details.
Eligible Purchase Period
02/10/2018 - 03/31/2018
Terms and Conditions
Reward will be fulfilled with a Bridgestone Visa Prepaid Card by mail. Limited to 2 claim forms and 4 tires per household, customer or address. Certain limitations and restrictions apply. See Cardholder Agreement. Not redeemable for cash. Please allow 10–12 weeks for the receipt of the prepaid card. Visit BridgestoneRewards.com or call (800) 926-3716 to check the status of your claim after 4 weeks. Retail purchasers only. Offer excludes commercial, fleet and group purchases, employee changeovers, and warranty replacement purchases. Valid in the U.S. only. Void in Puerto Rico and where prohibited. Must be 18 or over. Tires must be purchased between February 10 - March 31, 2018, at participating Bridgestone motorcycle tire retailers. No special orders or rain checks. Claim form required. Customer information collected herein is solely used by Bridgestone Americas Tire Operations, LLC ("Bridgestone") for internal marketing purposes and for the administration of Offer, and to contact the consumer if we have express consent. Bridgestone and its agencies are not responsible for (a) late, lost, altered, forged, illegible/garbled, inaccessible, corrupted, defective, postage due or misdirected submissions regardless of cause, or (b) technological problems/malfunctions/failures of any kind. All decisions of Bridgestone are final. Bridgestone Visa Prepaid Card issued by The Bancorp Bank pursuant to a license from Visa USA Inc. and may be used everywhere Visa debit cards are accepted. The Bancorp Bank; Member FDIC. The prepaid card is given to you as a reward or gift and no consideration, value or money has been paid by you for the card. No cash access or recurring payments. Card valid for up to six months, unused funds forfeit at midnight EST the last day of the month of the valid thru date. Card terms and conditions apply; see BridgestoneRewards.com/CardTerms. All trademarks and brand names belong to their respective owners.
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So who has the cheapest price for the tires currently? Specifically the 21's
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So who has the cheapest price for the tires currently? Specifically the 21's
I ordered from https://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/ because I had "RM Cash" (a credit) from a prior order. Plus they facilitate the rebate process for you with an online submission form which they email to you after your order ships. Got my tires two days from order placement.
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I ordered from https://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/ because I had "RM Cash" (a credit) from a prior order. Plus they facilitate the rebate process for you with an online submission form which they email to you after your order ships. Got my tires two days from order placement.
I always order from the same group...they offer awesome customer service and very fast delivery!!
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Damn...seen the price and thought they were car tires....Need me some Tires!
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I always order from the same group...they offer awesome customer service and very fast delivery!!
Same. I love these rebate deals. Got the s20 evos last time. Might be time for another set.
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Which version would be best for a middle weight cruiser?
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Bike bandit had them for $219 for the pair shipped. Seems like a solid price, their coupons didn't work though!
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Which version would be best for a middle weight cruiser?
Probably the Battlecruise H50...
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I have a pair of S21's on my R1 right now. I'm really enjoying them. They are lasting incredibly well. They've never let me down! Although they don't have the supernatural turn in that other hypersport tires have, since I got them for a steal... and they're lasting for many, many miles... I certainly can't complain.

On the other hand, I keep hearing people say that unless you go $3-400+ Pirelli, the Dunlop Q3's are the best out there in terms of performance to durability ratio. I may pick up a set of Q3's to store in the garage until these S21's burn through. Just gotta find the best! 😂

Would love to hear more from someone who's aggressively ridden both!
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Props for a motorcycle SD
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I have a pair of S21's on my R1 right now. I'm really enjoying them. They are lasting incredibly well. They've never let me down! Although they don't have the supernatural turn in that other hypersport tires have, since I got them for a steal... and they're lasting for many, many miles... I certainly can't complain.

On the other hand, I keep hearing people say that unless you go $3-400+ Pirelli, the Dunlop Q3's are the best out there in terms of performance to durability ratio. I may pick up a set of Q3's to store in the garage until these S21's burn through. Just gotta find the best! 😂

Would love to hear more from someone who's aggressively ridden both!
Definitely splitting hairs between the 2. I run the S21 on my "heavy" Triumph Sprint GT and it wears fantastic, better than dedicated sport touring tires I've run in the past. I've never run the Q3, just the older Q2 and as a recreational rider (Aggressive riding, tail of dragon trip yearly) it's impossible to tell the difference between the 2. Between them both I would honestly just run whatever is cheaper. Under $100 bucks for a rear tire shipped to me as good as the S21 is, is a bargain to me. I'm on pace to run 2 rears of the S21 to each front tire.
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"Retail purchasers only."

I haven't been able to find a list of approved retailers. Has anybody had issues getting the rebate approved from buying from certain retailers in the past? I imagine Amazon might be better than eBay in terms of approval
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"Retail purchasers only."

I haven't been able to find a list of approved retailers. Has anybody had issues getting the rebate approved from buying from certain retailers in the past? I imagine Amazon might be better than eBay in terms of approval
As previously mentioned; I bought mine from https://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/ and they even facilitated the rebate process. "Retail purchasers only" probably indicates rebates won't apply to wholesale purchases...
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I have a pair of S21's on my R1 right now. I'm really enjoying them. They are lasting incredibly well. They've never let me down! Although they don't have the supernatural turn in that other hypersport tires have, since I got them for a steal... and they're lasting for many, many miles... I certainly can't complain.

On the other hand, I keep hearing people say that unless you go $3-400+ Pirelli, the Dunlop Q3's are the best out there in terms of performance to durability ratio. I may pick up a set of Q3's to store in the garage until these S21's burn through. Just gotta find the best! 😂

Would love to hear more from someone who's aggressively ridden both!
It's really a matter of preference...I found the grip/longevity of the S21 to be equal or better than the Q3....on road and track. The Q3 tips in to turns quicker because they're more angled than the more rounded S21 profile. Note - Dunlop has released a Q3+ that I haven't tried yet.

I have Pirelli Supercorsa SP v2 tires on my S1000RR which are excellent but the price is $150+ higher/set than what I can get S21 and RS10 tires for.
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