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ADV NewsNew Mitas Enduro Trail-ADV Adventure Tire Coming Soon

New Mitas Enduro Trail-ADV Adventure Tire Coming Soon

The latest offering in the adventure range inspired by the brand’s E-09 rubber.

Published on 04.14.2023
This spring, Mitas is expanding their adventure range with a new tire called the Enduro Trail-ADV, designed for those that like to pound road miles while still enjoying the occasional excursion into the dirt. Classified as 70% on-road / 30% off-road, the new rubber is said to use the brand’s “latest technical innovations” and promises “all-around performance on and off-road.”

The Enduro Trail-ADV’s tread pattern is based on the more off-road-focused Mitas E-09 longitudinal lugs modified with outer lugs offset in relation to the center. The new tire also features irregular lug widths which help improve traction control and reduce road noise. 

Mitas has not specified what longevity can be expected from the new tire but says that its Multi-Compound Tread Technology (MCTT) delivers excellent mileage and cornering grip even at low temperatures. The Enduro Trail-ADV also features a high silica content for great grip in wet conditions, plus its unique construction technology and irregular geometry of the longitudinal tread pattern design promises excellent straight-line stability and smooth handling.

Mitas Enduro Trail-ADV Adventure Tire

“The ENDURO TRAIL-ADV meets the unique demands of modern adventure riders. It is designed for the rider who is not willing to sacrifice class-leading high-speed road performance or decent off-road performance in all weather conditions,” states Mitas.


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The new Enduro Trail-ADV will be available on the market from May 2023, initially in two sizes: 120/70ZR19 60W TL/TT front and 170/60ZR17 72W TL/TT rear. Further sizes will be added in the coming months. For more information go to mitas-moto.com.

Author: ADV Pulse Staff
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Scott Taggart
Scott Taggart
April 14, 2023 1:32 pm

Hard to tell from the photos but the rear lugs look super shallow like the OEM Metzlers ships on the 790s. They are worn out before you even sit on the bike. Junk and you have to change them after 500 miles. I use Mitas E07 and E07+ tires regularly with great success. Hopefully these tires are not like the Metzs.

Patriot159
Patriot159
April 14, 2023 8:51 pm

The rear looks like a Pirelli Scorpion Rally clone. The front is more unique though.

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