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Discussion in 'Vendors' started by Mitas, Jul 12, 2011.
old ,... settled and done
It's April. Is there a US distributor yet?
Davey Durelle...mid May last I heard. Patience, Grasshopper.
I sure hope so - got a late June trip upcoming and was hoping to get a rear . . .
I was also wondering if Davey got any tires yet?
If this is true I hope he gets a decent amount of tires on the first shipment....
Hey guys, I bought the E-10 for the rear and it was a blast! It is listed as a 40/60 and it holds very true. I installed it in Oregon for an Off ROAD event there then ran it all the way back to Arkansas. No issues whatsoever on the road, but it doesn't last long on tarmac. The price is a little steep $174 but plan on buying another for the weekends only off-road trips. It's not got much tread left for OR but will buy another one soon. Also want to try the E-09, MC-60 (Sava) and E-07 (looks like the K60 Scout). My guy told me that they were supposed to be getting another shipment soon.
Who is your guy? Are you getting Mitas in the US?
I use the same guys, Real Messier. They were very quick to respond and dipped into their very first shipment. Don't have the dough yet, but would like to explore with the 07s.
got this the other day:
I wanted to let you know our Mitas E Series Tires are now in stock. You can check them out at the site,
I really appreciate all your input and advice in our ordering process.
Durelle Racing Products
Thanks for sharing !!
If I did that right they want $30 to ship 1 tire?
I would call if I were you... They are working on the shipping with FedEx.
I always call and that works best.
... the initial post is not valid anymore....
A new vendor thread is really appropriate at this point!
An official Mitas corporate post from you or someone at Mitas who handles social media full time. You represent Mitas but not really.
It should show all your tire models available in the US and a link to your resellers.
Some vendors are posting here, some are not.
Mitas tires are very much ADV tires and if your corporate office wants your brand awareness to move forward in the US this is a great place to start.
Of course word of mouth always works, over time, but a proper marketing push sells more tire for your resellers and thus corporate!
Did I miss a post or two? It sounds like Daniel said he's taking back his OP. His explanation isn't very clear but neither were many of his posts. So I'm curious what you've heard that led you to make this post.