may I introduce myself

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by Mitas, Jul 12, 2011.

  1. Mitas

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    Dear members of the Adventure Rider board ,

    after several postings in different sub-boards
    it was decided that there is a little "introduce of myself" and my role .

    Everybody knows that manufacturer of ( Motorcycle-) parts
    are guests ..let´s say "silent readers" in the Internet ...

    I would like to sell here nothing directly, but see merely which opinions exists about our products.

    If you have any questions about
    - our products
    - technical backgrounds in general

    don´t hastate to contact me by PN or EMail

    What can you expect ?
    - sympathetic ears
    - my best knowledge in solving technical problems
    - fair play

    What you may not expect ?
    - bad words about competitors
    - offers

    What if you feel limited in your decisions and freedom to speak
    - contact me
    - contact the admin - team

    Kind regards

    Daniel Uebrick
    Customer Service
    Mitas a.s.
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    Tel.: +49 (0) 511 936 176 72
    Fax: +49 (0) 511 936 176 98
    Mobile: +49 (0)170 918 4679
    daniel.uebrick@cgs-tyres.com
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    SimpleSimon Aspiring advrider

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  3. JTucker

    JTucker Long timer

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    I didn't know anything about them until I saw some talk about the e-09 tire on here. Far as I can tell the only place you can get their tires in the US is from here.
    http://www.mitasmx.com/shop/

    I bought a C-20 a few months ago for my XR as I was looking for a dot knobby. Very good tire, especially for the price, I've actually exchanged several PMs the past couple days with Daniel about which tires were the best for my needs. He was very helpful and answered all of my questions while trying to make sure he didn't suggest anything that wouldn't work for my needs.

    Although I liked the tire when I bought the first one I emailed them directly and never received a response. I wasn't sure I was going to order another due to the lack of response, but after talking to Daniel I decided to stick with them. I just ordered another tire from Mitas, a C-18 this time, as I had great service from the first one and now have someone who can help me with selecting what I need. :thumb
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  4. Mitas

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    gaudy colour .... am I right ?
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  5. Mitas

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    leading woman at work during ISDE day 2


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    she look more pretty on this pic
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  6. Mitas

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  7. Mitas

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    Until the end of 2011 following tyres will be in production

    MITAS 110/80B19M/C 59T E-07 TL/TT M+S
    MITAS 110/80B19M/C 59H E-08 TL/TT M+S
    MITAS 110/80B19M/C 59T E-09 TL/TT M+S
    MITAS 110/80B19M/C 59T E-10 TL/TT M+S

    MITAS 150/70B17M/C 70T E-07 TL/TT M+S
    MITAS 150/70B17M/C 70H E-08 TL/TT M+S
    MITAS 150/70B17M/C 70H E-09T L/TT M+S
    MITAS 150/70B17M/C 70H E-10 TL/TT M+S

    :evil:evil:evil


    For Australia pls follow this link
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  8. abhibeckert

    abhibeckert Long timer

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    That's a shame! They're very popular for bigger dirt bikes in Australia. Probably half the people I know choose Mitas tyres over anything else.

    I find them to be long lasting, have good enough grip, and nice and cheap. :thumbup
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  9. Mitas

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    Thank you for your comment ... :D
    I really appreciate it.
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  10. eakins

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    E-07 in 130-17" in the USA @ mitasmx.com???

    We can buy a Mefo Explorer & Heidenau K60 but no E-07???
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  11. Mitas

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  12. loph917

    loph917 Beard Bros Racing

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    the mitasmx.com store doesn't show 150/70-17 in the E09 Dakar. What does that mean you are discontinuing these sizes after 2011?

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  13. Assfault

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    Yes, please send info on this size and where to purchase in the USA.
    Thanks,
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  14. eakins

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    mexico is a temporary thing.
    i'm a US citizen.
    i've wanted to try those E07 ever since i've learned about them.

    your dirt bike tires are nice and all but this is ADVrider and we want are interested in E-07 & E-09 primarily in the US! Your company is missing a HUGE market in the US in 650 dual-sport sizes, 1200 GS sizes & KTM ADV sizes. The rear 150-17" tubeless size is especially hot.

    below is the 130-17" size.

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  15. eakins

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    here is a worn picture. what i really like is the raised center bar it has and how it helps mileage at the end of it's life. there is a ALOT of interest in the US for 130-17" high-mileage dual sport tires. currently we can get mefo explorers @ $150 and heindenau k60 (which have no had good tire life in the 130-17") for $125. if the EO7 was avail for $100 it would sell very well.

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  16. eakins

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    here is the mefo explorer

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  17. Mitas

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    just a copy ....

    :D:D
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  18. Mitas

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    :1drink:1drink

    The bigger the choice, the harder it is to choose...

    The tire with yellow stripe is a E-07 Dakar ( Pre-Series) :evil
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  19. fudgypup

    fudgypup Banned

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    I've seen the E09's and was intrigued. May have to pick up a set for the GSA when my TKC-80's are done.

    Bill knows his stuff, btw.

    Curious though... I went to the US site and didn't see my size for my bike: 150/70/17 and 110/80/19. Do I order the 140's for the rear and the 110/90/19 for the front or is there another way for me to get my proper sizes?
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  20. eakins

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    fair enough...but show me the original...in the US
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