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BFGoodrich History

BFGoodrich is a tire manufacturer founded by Benjamin Franklin Goodrich back in 1870 in the United States.  Starting with 1990 the American brand is owned by the Michelin group. The American brand cares a lot about the relationship with its partners, the reason why all its partnerships are very long-lasting ones. BFGoodrich tires are a global benchmark when it comes to rallies like Dakar and Baja. Nowadays, the American brand is 4th on the 4x4 tire market in Europe.

Over time BFGoodrich received a good reputation thanks to the latest technologies used and amazing quality.

Some of the top-notch technologies used are the following:

  • CoreGard Max technology

  • New Krawl-TEK tread compound

  • Velvet technology

Most popular BFGoodrich tires

BFGoodrich produces a wide range of tires for passenger cars, trucks, SUVs, and large commercial vehicles.

One of the most popular models from the BFGoodrich lineup is the G-GRIP ALL SEASON2. This tire is designed to ensure the best all-season traction on any type of surface. The G-GRIP ALL SEASON2 comes with a V-shaped directional tread pattern which facilitates water evacuation thus reducing aquaplaning risk. Buying the BFGoodrich G-grip all season 2 you can postpone changing your tires and save time and money.

Coming to replace the original g-Force Sport model, the new BFGoodrich g-Force Sport Comp-2 is a high-performance tire designed to take driving to the next level regardless of whether the roads are dry or wet. This model is built especially for sport coupes, sedans, and other powerful cars. The new g-Force Sport Comp-2 has a silica enhanced compound added with the purpose to provide a much stickier grip. This compound reduces tread wear, giving the tire a longer life upwards of 30,000 to 40,000 miles.

When we talk about BFGoodrich with no doubt we should mention the BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2.  This model is a strong and durable tire due to its twin steel belts which are reinforced with nylon and the best sidewall that is twice as thick as previous models. This tire was first launched some 15 years ago. The KO2 is designed to cover a generous part of SUV, pickup truck, and other off-road vehicles.