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Motoz Tractionator GPS shipping to The Netherlands

Discussion in 'Equipment' started by antonijn, Oct 8, 2018.

  1. antonijn

    antonijn Single, as always

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    I'm wanting the Motoz Tractionator GPS tires really really badly.
    But I live in The Netherlands and there is no place to get them.

    I need 90/90-21 & 130/80-17.
    AdventureSpec UK doesn't sell the 17" size.

    Does anyone know who sells these tires and ships to The Netherlands?

    Thank you:beer
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  2. XRman

    XRman Long timer

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    Why don't you e-mail Motoz and ask them for the contact details of the Euro importer?
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  3. antonijn

    antonijn Single, as always

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    I did that. And I will post the anwser here, in case someone else is looking for them as well.
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  4. ndaghvos

    ndaghvos n00b

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  5. rasebo

    rasebo Adventurer

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    Also ask Soloson from Spain. They've told me that they usually deal with larger quantities but individual orders should be possible too. www.solosonimport.es
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  6. antonijn

    antonijn Single, as always

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    I contacted Soloson and they are willing to offer me a set at €167 total.

    Twin trails is €213 total to deliver to The Netherlands.

    But it turns out there are several options to get the tires in Europe and there are more on the horizon:)

    Thank you all for the help everyone!
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  7. LopezXC

    LopezXC Been here awhile

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    You can try with Motoadventure, too. Jorge is a really nice guy and will try to help you for sure:

    http://motoadventure.es/

    Pm me if you need help with translations or even talk with Jorge directly.

    BTW, next week I'll go for a 4 week trip to West Africa, with the Tractionator GPS... Let's see the perfomance...
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  8. antonijn

    antonijn Single, as always

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    Thanks for the reply. Its good to have as many distributers listed here as possible.

    Im interested to know your experience with the tires. If you feel like it, let us know what you think of them :)
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  9. rasebo

    rasebo Adventurer

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    Just got a set delivered to my place (also from Soloson), the price was a bit higher due to different sizes needed. I can barely wait for the weather to pick up a bit and get a chance to install and ride them.

    Any thoughts on how they performed, @LopezXC, @antonijn?
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  10. LopezXC

    LopezXC Been here awhile

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    Absolutely great!

    I was a big fan of Heidenau's K60, but after the Africa's trip I will move to MotoZ. Really good tyre in all kind of tracks, from tarmac to sand. It's a really good "all-terrain" tyre. I had a broken wheel in Mauritania, and I had to ride for over 1500km with absolutely no air in it, and the wheel let me to got back to Spain. It's now over 15000km and rear is at 40%.

    From now, it's my favourite 50/50 tyre, and is my 1st option for long trips an daily usage.
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  11. rasebo

    rasebo Adventurer

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    15000km with 40% rear is impressive. Were they mounted in the 50/50 or mostly offroad position?
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