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Metzeler street bike motorcycle tires at the best price and selection that provide the traction and durablitliy you require.
Brian in Victoria
87 thousand kays on Z6's and Z8's, I do ride hard, 35 thou kays on the Z6's then they changed them to Z8's, Magic tyres, Never slipped in all types of weather, Mostly mountain twistys, In all weathers. Including torrential rain and slimy roads, I even did 20 kays in a snow blizzard we got caught in, -8 Celcius, I was quite impressed with that, Will I change to some thing else, No way, I get between 10 and 15 thou kays to a rear, About Double that for a front, If they stop making the Z8, It would be the Angel GT I would go to,Read All Reviews
tom in Illinois
tire is not a 140 only measures 5 in in with my 130 front is wider dot was 2712almost 3 years oldRead All Reviews
Caleb in WA
Best tire ever. Works perfect all the way to the cords!Read All Reviews
Nick in CA
These grip as well as expected. They need about a mile or so to warm up. Mind you, I leave about 7 a.m. in 50 degree weather so take that into account. My ZX9R has 130 hp and when the tire is cold, they will slip around a bit. I didn't take these in the rain, but when I hit a puddle, they would initial let go. When they get rid of most of the water (ten or twenty feet) they grip again. So take it easy in the wet. Sold the bike, so not sure about longevity.Read All Reviews
Michael in AKL
I was going to buy the Karoo 3 three but was recommended this tire as I also use my bike to commute on the highway to work and it should have longer life. I've had it a week and have just returned from a 9 hour day on the bike incorporating loose gravel roads, highway, singe track and clay. The only things this tire struggled with were a steep, wet clay hill with multiple switchbacks (it made it up reasonably easily but with a lot of sliding), and a steep, wet, grassy paddock hill. For a less than 50/50 tire this sure can handle plenty of off-road elements, if you don't mind your rear sliding if its wet. I have this matched with a TKC80 on the front.Read All Reviews