Goodyear Launch High-Performance Eagle F1 Tyres

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Goodyear Bicycle Tires is pleased to announce the expansion of its road bicycle tyre line with the launch of the Ultra High-Performance range of road bicycle tyres. Featuring the Eagle F1 and Eagle F1 SuperSport models; the all-new UHP range has been developed to perform at the highest level. The Eagle F1 and Eagle F1 SuperSport further enhance Goodyear’s award-winning range of premium Road, Transit, All-Terrain and Mountain bicycle tyres in both the replacement and OEM markets.

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The Goodyear Ultra High-Performance range of road bicycle tyres debuted at this year’s Eurobike Show in Friedrichshafen, Germany. Our Ultra High-Performance tyres optimize low rolling resistance and weight with improved handling in both dry and wet conditions, allowing riders to reach ever increasing performance levels. Consisting of 2 models with a total of 8 specifications, the UHP range showcase our latest developments in materials and construction methods. The Eagle F1 all-round road race performance tyre provides daily performance while the Eagle F1 SuperSport is optimized for low rolling resistance and reduced weight for road race, time trial and triathlon competition.



Both the Eagle F1 and Eagle F1 SuperSport models features the latest technologies including Dynamic:GSR compounding, size specific R:Shield Protection and lightweight 120tpi casings. All UHP road tires are designed with our Forward-Facing Fitment ethos ensuring each tire profile is optimized when mounted on today’s modern, wide rims.


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The Goodyear Ultra High-Performance range of bicycle tyres are currently in production and will be available at retail during Q4, 2019. Complete information on the Goodyear UHP range of bicycle tyres can be found at


Goodyear debuted its Road, Transit, All-Terrain, and Mountain bicycle tires at Monterey’s 2018 Sea Otter Classic in the United States. Since that time, the range has won numerous awards and shoot-outs, most recently with the Escape Premium trail tyre earning a ‘SEHR GUT’, Germany’s prestigious Mountainbike magazine’s highest rating (June 2019).




Long Wheel Base, Sep 16 2019 08:18

I'd use those just for the cool name on the side.

VolkAdik, Sep 16 2019 09:33

This is Good news. :D

Schmorglebot, Sep 16 2019 10:12

It'll be interesting to see the price point and how they stack up against GP4000/5000s in terms of rolling resistance

Headshot, Sep 16 2019 12:28

I'd use those just for the cool name on the side.

Proof that marketing does work. I'd rather do the opposite because I feel manipulated :-)

Veebee, Sep 16 2019 05:11

I'm not a super lightweight oke but looking at building something lightweight so these at 190g look good vs the gp5000 weights.

Zorro5614, Sep 16 2019 06:34

No tubeless?

splat, Sep 17 2019 05:02

No tubeless?


But no tubeless 'race' tyre. For now...