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Metzeler motorcycle tires have a long and proud history that covers more than a century. For years, they have been the tire of choice by countless motorcyclists all around the world. In fact, Metzeler’s product line has been dedicated exclusively to motorcycle tires for several decades now. This intense focus shows through in the tires they produce. All of them are champions, providing exceptional grip in a variety of weather conditions. It doesn’t matter if you find yourself riding wet or dry, you can’t go wrong with a set of Metzeler tires.
If this were the only accolade used to describe Metzeler, it would be enough for many. But in truth, it’s only the beginning. If you’re looking for a tire that will last longer than its competitors, you can’t go wrong with Metzeler. It isn’t unusual for a motorcyclist to gain 50% longer tire life after switching. Don’t believe it? Just take a look at the numerous customer reviews. There is no doubt that people are happy when they ride with a set of Metzeler tires.
We offer a large selection to properly represent Metzeler’s offerings, including the legendary ME880, M3 and M5 tires. We’ve also got tires optimized for nearly every type of bike – cruisers, touring motorcycles, street enduros and more. Many are even designed for heavier bikes, providing performance where other tires fall flat (so to speak). Pick up a set today to discover the Metzeler difference!
Daniel in AL
honestly was a bit skiddish about changing from my Dunlop q3's. but needed something that lasted a bit longer on my 02 cbr 1100xx blackbird (weights 550 lbs by its self, a tire eater). but I was torn between these the z8, or perelli angles, due to the funds I had at that time. but for 183$ front and back I couldn't resist. I read some reviews, mainly the bad ones and they were childish and lack of common sense honestly. but to be fair and truthful, these tires are really not bad at all. the grip in the dry is 8 out of 10 wet is more like 7 out of 10, tread life is amazing considering I usually only get 2500 miles out of most other tires on my bike, are they track worthy, I think not. they don't have the grip I need for the track and don't seem to heat up well. now ive put 5500 miles on my set and need a back, which is awesome for what I put these through. daily and I do mean daily 150+ pulls on the highway 2 semi light burn outs and 3 runs to the beach and back from Huntsville al to panama fl, then weekend mountain rides and still crushed out 5500 miles. so for the price and play its more than worth it. hope this helps and like I said no the best but good enough for the price lolRead All Reviews
Jt in PA
So far it's good. Only got to put 130 miles on it since I put it on. Definitely feels better than the M5 I had on my bike as corners go. It wasn't wet the day I rode so I can't say how it handles in the rain or wet conditions but a definite improvement.Read All Reviews
Troy in CA
Bought these for both my wife’s bike and my bike to replace the OEM tires for our road trip. We are on identical bikes We spend majority of the time on pavement with minimal off road we tour and camp so wanted tires that could handle both because you never know when the pavement ends or when you will encounter bad roads. Put 2100 miles on the over the holiday weekend. We liked the way they turned in but didn’t like the vibration feedback that sometimes felt like the start of tank slappers. The fronts are continually hunting and at speed get unsettled when encountering things like divits from the reflectors . We have over 200k each on a variety of bikes and have a racing resume so we are very aware of tire feedback and this is not the feedback we want when leaned over in a corner or transitioning back into the lane after a pass. We have tried incremental pressure adjustments and this didn’t improve or minimize the feedback. Will try to wear these out but won’t be a repeat customer. Tire appears not to have strong enough sidewalls for the weight of these bikesRead All Reviews