Bridgestone’s Airless Tires Will Soon Let Cyclists Abandon Their Bike Pumps

First revealed way back in 2011, Bridgestone’s airless tires use a series of rigid plastic resin spokes to help a wheel keep its shape as it rolls, instead of an inflatable inner tube that can puncture and leak. Military vehicles and ATVs have been some of the first vehicles to adopt the unorthodox design, but Bridgestone will soon be making a version of its airless tires for use on bicycles. Read More >>

Bridgestone’s Futuristic Airless-Tyres are Almost Ready For Your Car

Bridgestone continues to taunt us with its wonderful airless tyres that promise enhanced durability, minimal maintenance, and the ability to never go flat. Previously, the tyre-maker was only demonstrating smaller versions of the wheel designed for golf carts and the like, but at the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show it's finally revealed a larger version bringing the innovative tyres one step—or roll—closer to your car. Read More >>

Bridgestone’s Airless Tires Look Even Better In Motion

Not only do the curved resin spokes of Bridgestone's new Air-Free tires mean you may never have to change a flat again, they also serve as rolling eye candy, and the sleekest upgrade to tires since white walls. Read More >>

Bridgestone Puncture-Proof Tyres Were Possibly Designed With a Spirograph

By using an intricate resin spoke system, Bridgestone's new airless tyre provides the same level of shock absorption as an inflated tire, without you having to worry about monitoring air pressure or changing a flat ever again. Read More >>