Model years: 1952–1973
Displacements: 350cc, 175cc, 100cc, 90cc, 60cc, 50cc
Origin: Japan (all parts & bikes), USA (late-model bikes)
While many of today's motorcyclists learned to ride on a Bridgestone, the
bikes themselves are now fairly uncommon, though not extremely rare.
These WWW pages, established Aug 1995, are an archive of information about
Bridgestone motorcycles. Your contributions are welcome.
- 13 Feb 2023 – on frame & engine serial numbers article, added visitor comment and noted that Graham Weeks died.
- 13 Feb 2023 – on this page, removed links to defunct mailing lists.
Content hosted here:
Links to other Bridgestone-related resources:
If you want to connect with other Bridgestone enthusiasts, consider joining and posting to
Bridgestone restoration guru Richard Clark's web forum with over 1000 Bridgestone enthusiasts.
It's called Richard's Relics - Bridgestone Motorcycle Parts.
The owner/creator of this site is Mike Brown.
Any technical questions, opinions on the value of your bike,
parts requests, etc. should go to Richard Clark, the foremost authority on
Bridgestone motorcycles. Use his forum (Richard's Relics; see link above) or
his contact information on the "Where to get Bridgestone parts" page of this site.