Metzeler Bike Tyre
Metzeler Bike Tyre Models
- Metzeler SPORTEC M3 F Variant
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About Metzeler Bike Tyres
Company's Profile:Metzeler is a motorcycle tyre making firm that is based in Munich, Germany. The company is a subsidiary of Pirelli tyres, which utilizes high-end technologies to produce the best quality output. The tyre maker has its headquarters located in Milan, Italy. It has developed innovative tread patterns and advanced rubber compounds from time to time, so as to meet the growing requirements of motorcyclists. At present, its products are supplied to a number of countries in the world. Metzeler also sponsors a lot of Motorsport and Road Racing games. Apart from this, the tyre manufacturer is also into organizing various other events for the marketing of its products.
History:Metzeler tyres was founded in the year 1863 by Robert Friedrich Metzeler in Munich, Germany. Initially, the company used to manufacture a wide range of rubber and plastic products including toys, sports equipment and surgical articles. In 1890, it developed a multilevel rubber manufacturing method in aviation industry. Two years later, the company began producing tyres for bicycles, motorcycles and automobile industries. Metzeler created its first tyre named 'buna' using the new synthetic rubber. In 1978, the first tubeless tyre was made in Europe and the next year the tyre maker closed its Munich manufacturing unit. The company designed its first tread pattern in 1982 and later, it introduced the Metzeler Belt System. The Pirelli Group acquired this firm in 1986 and the next year, it launched the CompK, which is its first silica tread compound for motorcycle tyres. In 1994, the firm set the motorcycle world record for 24 hours at 246.0 Kmph and in 2000, it introduced a new tyre named, Metzeler ME 880. The year 2005 marked the introduction of a Supersport tyre, SPORTEC M3 and three years later, it made all season tyres for scooters. In 2013, it launched three new tyres for off road adventures and custom bikes.
Products:Metzeler tyres in India supplies a large variety of products that are long lasting and gives an excellent overall performance. Some of its largely used tyre models include:
- ROADTECH Z6
- SPORTEC M3
- SPORTEC M5
- SPORTEC M51
- TOURANCE EXP
There are many Metzeler dealers available in various cities all across the nation, who can assist in getting the appropriate tyres at right prices.
Metzeler Calendar:“The Gathering of Legends” is the name given for Metzeler's Classic Calendar for the year 2015. It showcases all the images photographed by the American motorcycle photographer, Michael Litcher. It is dedicated to the largest international motorcycle rallies. This calendar was started in 1994 and exhibits the best as well as unforgettable moments in motorcycling history.
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- Q.Which tyre use in gixxerA.
If you want to go for performance tyre for your Suzuki Gixxer you can choose from Pirelli Angel City (front and rear) and Metzeler Sportec Street (front and rear). Moreover if need a budget tyre the options are MRF Nylo grip Zapper (front), MRF Revz (rear), CEAT Zoom (rear), CEAT secura Zoom (front), Ralco Blaster Magic (front).Answered 07 Jan 2020 12:00:00
- Q.Which brand tyre should i use for my R15 V3.0? (cost is not imp.,quality is must)A.
The Yamaha R15 3.0 comes with 100/80 - 17 front and 140/70 - 17 rear tyres. The choices available are as follows: Pirelli Angel City, Michelin Scorcher, and Metzeler Sportec Street. You can go with Pirelli Angel City, a very promising tyre for day to day and occasional peformance use.Answered 06 Jan 2020 05:38:34
- Q.Best budget tyres for ktm rc 200A.
Mostly, the tyres made available for performance bike KTM RC 200 (tyre size 110/70 R17 front & 150/60 R17 rear) fall in the premium category. Nonetheless, few budget tyres are offered in the market in the form of CEAT Rad X1 (front), Metro Conti Go Tubeless (front), Apollo Alpha H1 (front), and MRF Revz C1 (rear), CEAT Rad X1 (rear), Apollo Alpha H1 (rear). Other premium offerings offered in this tyre segment are Pirelli Diablo Rosso II, Metzeler Sportec Street, Michelin Pilot Street, etc.