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BFGoodrich is an American tire company. Originally part of the industrial conglomerate Goodrich Corporation, it was acquired in 1990 by the French tire maker Michelin. Prior to the sale, BFGoodrich was the first American tire manufacturer to make radial tires. It made tires for the then new Winton car from Winton Motor Carriage Company. BFGoodrich tires have been fitted to several noteworthy historical vehicles: • In 1903 the first car to cross the United States was fitted with BFGoodrich tires. • In 1927 Charles Lindbergh’s airplane, the “Spirit of St. Louis,” which made the first successful non-stop flight across the Atlantic, was fitted with BFGoodrich tires. • In 1977 the space shuttle Columbia was fitted with BFGoodrich tires during construction. BFGoodrich has been involved in several competitions and enjoyed success with 28 overall victories at the Baja California Competitions and 13 times winner of the Paris–Dakar Rally.