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The history of BFGoodrich dates back to 1870. Back then, Dr Benjamin Franklin Goodrich had set up the first rubber plant in the North America. After about 30 years, a car equipped with BFGoodrich tyres went across the entire United States.
In 1937, the company had worked out the technology of producing synthetic rubber. In time of the II world war the company has supplied the army with the tyres. BFGoodrich tyres were used in the legendary Willys Jeep. In 1977 the tyres of BF Goodrich were included in the equipment of the Columbia space shuttle.
The success in numerous races and competitions has been an inevitable element of the company’s history. In 2006, BFGoodrich won all the stages of the WRC competition. In addition, teams equipped in BFGoodrich’s have won 6 times in The Dakar.
The company offers passenger car tyres and 4x4 tyres, which belong to the medium class.
The logo of BFGoodrich tyre brand
The story of BFGoodrich begins in 1870 in the town of Akron, Ohio, where Dr Benjamin Franklin Goodrich, a military surgeon from the time of the civil war, set up North America’s first rubber factory together with a small laboratory. In the following decade the factory produced its first car tyre. In honour of its founder, who died in 1888, the firm took the name BFGoodrich Rubber Company. In 1896, at the request of the Winton Automobile Company of Cleveland, the factory gained an order for the production of tyres for the new Winton car, which was manufactured in small numbers. Seven years later the first car to cross the whole of the United States did so on BFGoodrich tyres.
BFGoodrich was helped on its journey to the bigtime by the dynamic expansion of the motor industry concentrated around Detroit. Factories in the newly developing “Motown” were the main customers for BFG products. In 1903 Henry Ford chose that brand of tyres for his première Model A.
One of the first BFGoodrich adverts
BFGoodrich crosses the Atlantic
BFGoodrich’s bosses soon decided to extend their influence to the European market, and in 1910 opened their first tyre production plant on the other side of the ocean, in Colombes near Paris. The ...
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