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ADV NewsMitas Launches New Street-Legal ‘Terra Force-EX’ Tire Line

Mitas Launches New Street-Legal ‘Terra Force-EX’ Tire Line

New knobby line offers four different tread patterns for various types of terrain.

Published on 08.29.2023

A few months after announcing the expansion of their adventure range with the Enduro-Trail ADV tire, Mitas is now rolling out their new Terra Force-Ex line. Specifically designed for enduro and dual sport motorcycles, Mitas says the fresh rubber is engineered to deliver more power, control and endurance even under the most extreme conditions.

Available throughout 2023, the new Terra Force-Ex line of knobby tires is classified as ‘street legal’ and features four different patterns available in various versions and sizes, including Junior. Options include applications for racing, a puncture-resistant ICE version suitable for studding and more. 

Terra Force-EX SM

Designed for all Soft to Medium terrain types with stability and resistance to wear in wet or dry conditions. The Terra Force-EX SM features a well spaced, high knob design (~17 mm) that offers great self-cleaning ability in mud and/or loose soil while the side knobs with a hooked profile aid acceleration. The reinforced carcass and a flexible sidewall helps it to absorb impacts and ensure maximum traction and directional stability. Available in Super (Fast Enduro) and Super Light (Technical Enduro) versions.

Rim sizeTire sizeLoad/Speed IndexTL/TTFront/RearVersion
18110/100-1864RTTREARSUPER LIGHT
18120/90-1865RTTREARSUPER
18120/90-1865RTTREARSUPER LIGHT
2180/100-2151MTTFRONTSUPER LIGHT
2190/90-21 (3.00-21)54MTTFRONTSUPER LIGHT

Terra Force-EX MH


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Designed for all Medium to Hard terrain types with stability and resistance to wear in wet or dry conditions. The Terra Force-EX MH feature an aggressive knob design (~17 mm) that contributes to great traction and control on medium to hard pack soil. Like the SM version, the side knobs feature a hooked profile for better acceleration. Available in Super (Fast Enduro), Super Light (Technical Enduro) and Super Soft (Extreme Enduro) versions.

Rim sizeTire sizeLoad /Speed IndexTL/TTFront/RearVersion
1290/100-1246MTTREARSUPER SOFT
1490/90-1446MTTFRONTSUPER
1690/100-1651MTTREARSUPER SOFT
18100/100-1859RTTREARSUPER
18100/100-1859MTTREARSUPER LIGHT
18110/100-1864MTTREARSUPER LIGHT
18110/100-1864MTTREARSUPER SOFT
18120/90-1865RTTREARSUPER
18120/90-1865MTTREARSUPER LIGHT
18120/90-1865MTTREARSUPER SOFT
18120/100-18 (3.50-18)68MTTREARSUPER LIGHT
1970/100-1942MTTFRONTSUPER
2180/100-2151RTTFRONTSUPER
2190/100-2157MTTFRONTSUPER
2190/100-2157MTTFRONTSUPER LIGHT

Terra Force-EX HT

Based on the popular Mitas XT-454 and XT-444, the Terra Force-EX HT is designed for all Hard Terrain types. According to Mitas, the tire delivers excellent traction and resistance to punctures. The HT features a thicker reinforced carcass with distinctively wide and tall (~16,5 mm) tread knobs specially designed for resistance and traction on hard terrain. The knobs also include pre-formed holes to be used for positioning either injected or screw-in carbide steel studs. Moreover, the ICE compound makes it extremely durable for winter riding on partially or fully frozen grounds and remains elastic up to -15°C.

Rim sizeTire sizeLoad /Speed IndexTL/TTFront/RearVersion
18110/100-1864MTTREARICE
19100/90-1957MTTREARICE
19110/90-1962MTTREARICE
2190/90-21 (3.00-21)51MTTFRONTICE

Terra Force-EX XT

Based on the popular Mitas XT-754, Mitas states the Terra Force-EX XT is engineered for all kinds of Extreme Terrain offering excellent traction and resistance to punctures. The tire features an extremely aggressive tread pattern with distinctive high tread knobs (~18 mm) and a special profile design best suited for loose terrain and soft surfaces. Available in Super (Fast) and Super Light (Technical Enduro) versions.

Rim sizeTire sizeLoad/Speed IndexTL/TTFront/RearVersion
18120/90-1865MTTREARSUPER
18120/90-1865RTTREARSUPER LIGHT
19110/90-1962RTTREARSUPER

Author: ADV Pulse Staff
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Conrad Saylor
Conrad Saylor
August 29, 2023 7:57 pm

You can’t “Force” me to use your tires! LOL!!!!
Sorry for the pun, it was too easy. I had to take it.
Actually the tires look impressive!

John Johnson
John Johnson
September 3, 2023 4:43 am

You jump from 16″ to 18″? cough*LOSER*cough!

KLRJUNE
KLRJUNE
September 7, 2023 5:44 am

Danger Will Robinson, big powerful ADV bikes eat tires like candy!

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