Demon Twits sell the tyres but there must be loads of places you can get them. As to Mitas and other 'proper' enduro tyres, well they may well be a bit better for grip than the trackers but if you are green lanning (like I do) you will chew through any enduro tyre in no time at all due to the tarmac work between the lanes and once they are half worn then a Tracker would be way better anyway.nice one lads looks like trackers it is, where's best to order them from?
was looking at these mitas on eBay but read mixed reviews-https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/324468335972?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649
I use 80 or 90 enduro tyre on the front tracker rear depends what's cheap at the time..I have a Metz six days on the front a mitas yellow stripe on another and a kenda on another...they are all good for trail ridingThanks for all the replies lads, I ordered a rear Michelin tracker from enduro tyres today, they didn’t have a front in so I need to find one of them somewhere in a 90 90 21.
Is It worth dropping to a 80 front tyre or is a 90 best for green lanes?
haha I’ve just got rid of my fireblade sat in the spare room too, she knowsI work hard and it’s my only hobby so let’s me crack on as long as I don’t make a mess, I have to give it a good clean before I roll it in but it’s great working on it in the cold weather keeping warm😂Looking good my man 👍 I wish my mrs let me keep my bikes in the house 😀
The 120s are a little smaller than the 140 enduro mediums, but the 140 trackers are massive in comparisionCheers for the replies lads, fitted the 120 tracker tyre this morning, seems very stiff and oily to a few I’ve fitted in past but sure it will be harder wearing, thinking maybe I should have tried squeezing a 140 in next time, just got a 90 front on order now so will plonk that on next few days View attachment 42495