The best new Enduro On/Off tire for your off-road adventures.
A new concept of for Adventure and Enduro On/Off tires dedicated to off-road expeditions, that feature both off-road traction and on-road stability with an excellent mileage.
- Improved Off -Road traction and handling
- Increased mileage over its predecessor
- Cutting edge tread design lends to improved performance
- Suitable for both light and heavy Enduro bikes
Innovative belt structure, with a single ply of steel cords wrapped at 0° around a radial carcass. Patented technology by Metzeler for both front and rear high performance tyres. Steel features a higher stiffness than the traditional textile material used and also reduces tyre weight. A steel belted radial reduces the dynamic deformation of the tyre under centrifugal forces giving the tyre excellent high-speed stability. Steel is an excellent conductor, therefore providing a more uniform heat distribution which allows higher mileage and wear characteristics are more uniform.
Range: Racetec, Sportec M3, Sportec M5 Interact, Roadtec Z8 Interact, Roadtec Z6, ME 880, Tourance EXP, Tourance, MCE Karoo
Metzeler Advanced Winding
“Metzeler Advanced Winding” is a patented system for optimum spacing between the cords of the 0° steel belt. In certain sections of the tyre, the steel cords are wound with different spacing depending on the performance requirements on that particular area of the tyre. On both front & rear tyre the spacing is wider in the crown area for more elasticity and self-damping. For sections of the tyre used for mid lean, there is increased stiffness to support fast cornering. On the shoulder area on the rear tyre, the spacing is again wider for safe feedback and control when riding towards full lean.
WARNING MOTORCYCLE SPEED LIMITATIONS
Some motorcycle models can come from the manufacturer with either street oriented tires or trail oriented tires. The street oriented tires typically will have a higher speed capability than the trail oriented tires. If the street oriented tires are replaced by the trail oriented tires, the motorcycle’s top speed will then be limited to the speed rating of the trail tires. A warning sticker advising of the lower speed rating should be affixed to the motorcycle where it is readily visible to the driver. For any questions, consult with the motorcycle manufacturer.