Lasting legacies don't come off the rack.
We've been pushing the limits of our rigs and our bodies for a century and a half. Every historic win, every technological breakthrough was in the service of human achievement. But, it doesn't matter if you'll never enter a Baja race or compete at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, you can put those same tires to work for you in the pursuit of doing what you love. WHAT ARE YOU BUILDING FOR?
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Looking back on 150 years of historic achievement
Built over 150 years, we've stood for more than just a tire company, or even a rubber company. We're an engineering company firmly rooted in a foundation of firsts.
The first tires to cross the Atlantic.
In 1927, BFGoodrich tires were fitted to Charles Lindbergh’s Spirit of St. Louis airplane for the world’s first transatlantic flight.
The first American-made radial tires.
This first generation Radial T/A marked an American engineering achievement, racing in SCCA and TransAm on the Pontiac "Tirebird" and later, the Greenwood Corvette in 1972.
The first tires to orbit the Earth.
In 1981, our tires were fitted to the Columbia space shuttle, launching one of our favorite days in history.
Conquering the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
In 1984, Jim Busby drove the Mazda Lola to victory on BFGoodrich tires to cement our reputation as a leader in the tire category.
The tire that created a category.
This tire was the world's first radial all-terrain performance tire that created the all-terrain category as a result.
Unparalleled off-road success.
In 2016, Rob Mac won the Baja 1000 for a 3rd consecutive year marking our 28th Baja overall win, complete with a podium sweep and 14 class wins. It cemented our brand as a powerhouse in the off-road world.