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Metzeler Sportec M3 Front Motorcycle Tire
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Metzeler Sportec M3 Front Motorcycle Tire

Our price: $89.99$94.99

MSRP: $132.95 - $144.30 - You save up to $49.31 (34% off)

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  • Revolutionary compound by Metzeler Sportec M3 delivers high motorcycle tire grip under the heavy power delivery of the latest high-performance sport bikes, while providing excellent mileage and a high performance level throughout its life cycle.
  • Metzeler Sportec M3 motorcycle tire Compound and advance motorcycle tire tread pattern inspires confidence under wet conditions and reduces hydroplaning.
  • Metzeler Sportec M3 motorcycle tire profile is balanced front and rear to enable the rider to get the best handling from the motorcycle and provide excellent high-speed stability.
  • All-new 190 profile delivers specific pressure distribution to create an optimal motorcycle tire contact pattern.
  • Tread pattern provides grooves where needed for drainage and compound only where grip is required most on the Metzeler Sportec M3 motorcycle tire.
  • New aggressive motorcycle tire design accentuates the look of the motorcycle while the tread design promotes uniform wear.
  • Improved motorcycle tire mileage thanks to Metzeler's combined compound pattern development.
    Size: Speed Rating: Load Rating:
    130/70ZR16 W (168 mph) 61 (567 lbs)
    110/70ZR17 W (168 mph) 54 (467 lbs)
    120/60ZR17 W (168 mph) 55 (481 lbs)
    120/65ZR17 W (168 mph) 56 (494 lbs)
    120/70ZR17 W (168 mph) 58 (520 lbs)

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2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Best All Around Tire

Comments On Feb 20, 2012:There are better tires for track days, better tires for canyon carving, and better tires for rain. If however, you want one tire that can do it all well there are no better tires than these.

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3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

Best tire, hands down

Comments On Jul 27, 2010: Tires are such a subjective subject, and everyone rides a little different, in different terrain and under different conditions. Most even have different expectations of their tires. I have ran no less than 6 different brands of tires on my bike now and these have lasted the longest, offered the most feedback and given atleast as much grip in all conditions as any other tire I have tried. These are what I will run on my bike for the rest of the bikes lif, and I expect that to be atleast another 100,000 miles.

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