Mitas is proud to announce its selection by TM Racing as an OEM tire supplier for motocross, enduro and supermoto motorcycles.
Mitas will supply C-21 Super and EF-07 Super tires for enduro motorcycles (EN 300, EN 450FI, EN 530F, EN 125, EN 144, EN 250 and EN 250FI), C-19 and C-20 for motocross motorcycles (MX Junior) and Sport Force radial tires for its supermoto models (SMM 530F, SMR 530F, SMM 450F, SMR 450F).
“We are pleased that TM Racing has entered into a new relationship with Mitas. We are confident that Mitas tires will enhance the performance of TM Racing motorcycles and that they will bring riders greater satisfaction,” said Ksenija Bitenc, the managing director of Mitas Moto.
TM Racing has a long tradition dating back to 1976. The philosophy that has always distinguished TM is the choice of materials, workmanship and high performance of the engines used on its standard bikes. TM Racing motorcycles are made for most demanding customers, and Mitas tires are an optimal choice for their outstanding performance.
EF-07 Super: the latest type of rear tread pattern for Enduro FIM sports. Construction was developed in cooperation with top Enduro riders. The tread pattern ensures optimal riding properties on a great variety of terrains. Marked by a yellow stripe.
C-21 Super: a tread pattern for semi-hard to rocky terrains. The tread compound is optimised for braking and precision steering in all riding modes on hard terrains. Suitable for Enduro FIM. Marked by a yellow stripe.
C-19 (kid cross): a tread pattern for front wheels of kid cross motorcycles for semi-hard terrains. The tire design provides optimal riding properties in all riding modes of MX races. Marked by a red stripe.
C-20 (kid cross): a new robust type of tread pattern, works on medium to hard terrains. Special developed tread compound for extreme durability. The tire design provides excellent riding properties in all riding modes. Marked by a red stripe.
Sport Force: Sport Force radial tires are an excellent choice for riders of sport, naked and supermoto motorcycles as well as for riders of sport touring motorcycles. Several important techniques and technologies were used in the development that resulted in three main technologies:
1. OGT 3D (3-D Optimum Groove Technology),
2. SCT (Strong Carcass Technology) and
3. FEA (Final Element Analyses/Optimized Footprint).
For more information about Sport Force tires, visit www.mitas-moto-radial.com.
Bob Ulrich was named Modern Tire Dealer editor in August 2000. He joined the magazine in 1985 as assistant editor, and has been responsible for gathering statistical information for MTD's "Facts Issue" since 1993.