BFGoodrich Tires has introduced the Mud-Terrain T/A KM3, its next-generation off-road tyre for extreme conditions. Long known as the leading brand for hard-core off-road enthusiasts, BFGoodrich has introduced technologies into the new tyre that further improve climbing, traction and toughness in the mud and over rock. Showcasing the latest innovation in BFGoodrich’s 40-year history of
BFGoodrich is set to introduce its first ever tyre range for trucks, buses and coaches in the UK and Ireland, offering customers quality fitments at affordable prices. The company, most famous for its off-road specialism, sells more than 1.6 million tyres per year to the commercial vehicle market in all territories across the world –
Independent retailer Ian Brown Tyres is entering new terrain after becoming the first independent UK tyre dealer to become part of the new BFGoodrich Off-Road Centre network. The North Yorkshire retailer near Malton is vying to be the go-to place for off-roaders’ tyre needs. And it’s ideally located to corner the market, thanks to its proximity
BFGoodrich is helping military veterans deal with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) by donating tyres and funding to a charity embarking on three challenging vehicle expeditions. Set up and led by expedition specialists Max Adventure, the ‘Driven to Extremes’ charity was recently named a winner of BFGoodrich Tyres’ Good Project Award, which sponsors off-roading projects with
The 2017 Dakar Rally saw Peugeot Sport and BFGoodrich monopolise the podium at the two-week event’s finish in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on Saturday, January 14. It was the ideal result to mark the off-road tyre brand’s return to the world’s most famous cross-country rally after a four-year absence. Like the rest of the field, the
To mark the launch of its new website, www.bfgoodrich.com, BFGoodrich has launched its “BFGoodrich Good Project” operation. The idea is to fund 10 projects for people who have always yearned to take part in a big race, participate in a desert rally or restore a classic car, but until now have not necessarily had the
BFGoodrich, creators of the first all-terrain tyre in 1976, is launching its toughest and most advanced off-road tyre yet.