Bay Tyres Ltd Hastings
Phone: +64 6 879 7029
Tyres Brands: Michelin, BF Goodrich, Continental, Maxxis.
Address: 206 Wilson Road, Woolwich, Hastings.
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday: 07:30 – 17:00, Saturday: 08:30–12:00, Sunday: Close.
About Bay Tyres Ltd Hastings
Keeping Hawkes Bay on the move, from wheelbarrows to combine harvesters, we have the right tyre at the best price. Whether you drive the family car taking your children to school or own a fleet of trucks, we will help you choose the tyres to meet your individual requirements. Our trained, experienced staff can get you safely on the road at a price to suit your budget.
Locally owned and operated
We are locally owned and operated by Leo & Kris Van Berkel, Carole Cottle and Brad Collins. Along with their experienced team, they pride themselves on excellent service, on your site or ours.
We are proud to have the most experienced team of tyre technicians in Hawkes Bay.
Leo Van Berkel has 35+ years in the tyre industry and along with Carole and Brad, you can be assured to get the best advice, for the best tyre, at the best price. Honest upfront no bull advice. We are proud supporters of the local golf club, touch rugby and sponsor the Hastings Trust for at risk youth.
Hawke’s Bay is a region on the North Island of New Zealand, located on the east coast and known around the world for its excellent wines. The Regional Council administers in their cities in both Napier and Hastings. It is one of the driest and warmest regions in New Zealand, becoming one of the most important wine-producing areas in the country.
Hastings is a city that belongs to the region of Hawke’s Bay in New Zealand, its current population is about 75 thousand habitants and is 20 kilometres from Napier, which is the second-largest city in the same region. Hastings is known for its large production of fruits, vegetables and red wine.
▷ BF Goodrich Tyres
BF Goodrich History
In 1870, Dr. Benjamin Franklin Goodrich founded North America’s first tire factory in Akron, Ohio. Even at that time, performance was already an integral part of the brand’s DNA. This led Charles Cross Goodrich, Benjamin’s son, to establish America’s first tire research center. As a result, BFGoodrich began to stand out from the competition as early as 1903, when it supplied the tires for the Winton touring car, the first to cross North America from east to west.
BFGoodrich soon discovered another means of improving mobility as it entered the rapidly expanding aviation industry. This enabled the brand, driven by challenges, to find new ways to push boundaries. The brand participated in the speed record of 75 km / h reached in 1909 during the first international race held in Reims, in a Curtiss Airplane Corporation aircraft.
In the 1920s, the opportunity came to conquer a challenge that was previously unthinkable. In 1927, BFGoodrich supplied the tires for the Spirit of St. Louis airplane, on which Charles Lindbergh made the first non-stop transatlantic flight in history.
Being the first manufacturer to win consecutive titles at The Indianapolis 500 was just the beginning of this iconic performance-driven brand. The brand soon discovered its passion for the drier side of racing and established a good reputation in the off-road area. From the deserts of Baja California to the barren terrain of the Dakar, BFGoodrich has seen it all and won it all.
It stands to reason, when you think about it, that the tire manufacturer that created the off-road category still dominates that terrain today. Since his first victory in the Baja 1000 race in 1972, he has accumulated more than 200 off-road championships. This includes 21 consecutive titles in the Baja 1000 competition between 1986 and 2007, making BFGoodrich a milestone in North American desert racing.
But like any great competitor, BFGoodrich was growing restless and wanted to know what other options the world had to offer. The year 2006 became a turning point for his world legacy, as he entered the World Rally Championship (WRC), where Sébastien Loeb was able to retain the title for five consecutive years, and made possible the triumphs of Citroën and Ford in the constructors’ championships.
During his brief stint in the WRC (2006-2010), BFGoodrich won every driver and manufacturer title available. The brand also participated in the International Rally Championship (IRC) in 2007 and won the first year with Peugeot.
Building on this success, BFGoodrich won titles at the FIA World Automobile Federation (FIA) Off-Road Rally World Cup and at the Dakar. With eight Dakar victories in mid-2000, BFGoodrich returned in 2016 to pick up the place it had left by propelling the Peugeot team to victory.
The brand’s presence is still felt in numerous local races, especially in North America, where the quality of BFGoodrich tires excels on a wide variety of surfaces, including dirt, sand, rock and asphalt, proving the incredible versatility of their products.
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