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Set of 2 Metzeler Front & Rear Motorcycle Tires (various sizes)

JadaBatawa 687 181 July 27, 2016 at 09:52 PM in Wheels & Tires (7) More Motorcycle Superstore Deals
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Promoted 07-28-2016 by slickdewmaster at 10:46 AM View Original Post
Motorcycle Superstore.com is offering $50 Rebate on a Set of 2 Metzeler Front & Rear Motorcycle Tires (various sizes). Shipping is free. Thanks JadaBatawa

Note, you must buy a set of front & back tires in order to qualify for $50 Rebate. Race and Motorcross Tires are not eligible for the $50 Rebate.

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Rebate is valid through August 31, 2016. -slickdewmaster

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Edited July 28, 2016 at 07:22 PM by JadaBatawa
Metzeler Motorcycle Tires: ROADTEC Z6 SPORT TOURING (Front & Rear) from $128 after $50 Rebate & More + Free S&H


http://www.motorcycle-superstore....ch/go?w=z6
I bought 120/70ZR-17 & 180/55ZR-17
Others sizes maybe even lower. Other Metzeler models also qualify.
Several stores are offering same rebate. (Motorcycle Superstore appears to have the best price for this model and size)

Store options in the rebate form...
Amazon
Bike Bandit
Chaparral Motorsports
Competition Accessories
Cycle Gear
Dennis Kirk
J&P Cycle
Jake Wilson
Motomummy
Motorcycle Super Store
Motosport
Revzilla
Riders Discount
Rocky Mountain
Local Dealer
Other retailer

Look for cashback from your favorite site. I got 5%

Rebate limit: Limit one offer per envelope and two per name/household/address

Rebate info
http://www.metzeler.com/msite/promo/fast50_us


METZELER "FAST FIFTY" VISA(R) PREPAID CARD PROMOTION

When you purchase a set (a front and a rear) of two (2) METZELER
non-race, non-motocross motorcycle tires in any combination, you may be eligible to receive a $50 USD METZELER Visa(R) Prepaid Card by mail.
Offer valid on tires purchased from participating dealers between 12:00 a.m. ET June 1, 2016 and 11:59 p.m. ET August 31, 2016.
Offer valid only for legal residents of the 50 United States and the District of Columbia who are individual consumers.
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Kiyoshi-san, I'd have to disagree. "Not good tires whatsoever" might be a little harsh. On the Motorcycle Superstore site the reviews are overwhelmingly positive. Every other site I saw with a quick Google search was the same. Are you comparing these to Q3's or some other hypersport tires? Compared to similar touring tires, these Metzlers are just fine. Think about it, if people are looking to deal forums for tire reviews, they're likely not running on the ragged edge of tire performance. Remember your audience. $130 for well known, highly reviewed tires is a smoking deal!

To anyone considering these tires, if they're good enough for factory fit on BMW's, and plenty other bikes (like the Yamaha FJR1300), they're going to be just fine for you. I've used them for sport touring, and had no problems. Are they as good as the latest and greatest? No. Are they less than half the price? Yes! Are the latest and greatest twice as good as these Metzlers? Well, that's subjective, but I'd say no.


Now get out there and ride.

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Just a warning, these are not good tires whatsoever. Metzelers in general just suck ass compared to the competition. Considering the miles you'll get out of these and the shitty performance, even $100 a set would be a rip off
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Kiyoshi-san, I'd have to disagree. "Not good tires whatsoever" might be a little harsh. On the Motorcycle Superstore site the reviews are overwhelmingly positive. Every other site I saw with a quick Google search was the same. Are you comparing these to Q3's or some other hypersport tires? Compared to similar touring tires, these Metzlers are just fine. Think about it, if people are looking to deal forums for tire reviews, they're likely not running on the ragged edge of tire performance. Remember your audience. $130 for well known, highly reviewed tires is a smoking deal!

To anyone considering these tires, if they're good enough for factory fit on BMW's, and plenty other bikes (like the Yamaha FJR1300), they're going to be just fine for you. I've used them for sport touring, and had no problems. Are they as good as the latest and greatest? No. Are they less than half the price? Yes! Are the latest and greatest twice as good as these Metzlers? Well, that's subjective, but I'd say no.


Now get out there and ride.
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Definitely going to pick up a set. I typically run Conti Road Attacks, but it is worth it for me to have a spare I can use if needed until my preferred tire arrives.
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FWIW I liked my Metzeler M3 better than the Michelin Pilot Power before them, and the Dunlops before that on my R1. They last a long time and ride great. Probably going to pick up some M7s. Thanks OP!
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Quote from BowtieSniper View Post :
Kiyoshi-san, I'd have to disagree. "Not good tires whatsoever" might be a little harsh. On the Motorcycle Superstore site the reviews are overwhelmingly positive. Every other site I saw with a quick Google search was the same. Are you comparing these to Q3's or some other hypersport tires? Compared to similar touring tires, these Metzlers are just fine. Think about it, if people are looking to deal forums for tire reviews, they're likely not running on the ragged edge of tire performance. Remember your audience. $130 for well known, highly reviewed tires is a smoking deal!

To anyone considering these tires, if they're good enough for factory fit on BMW's, and plenty other bikes (like the Yamaha FJR1300), they're going to be just fine for you. I've used them for sport touring, and had no problems. Are they as good as the latest and greatest? No. Are they less than half the price? Yes! Are the latest and greatest twice as good as these Metzlers? Well, that's subjective, but I'd say no.


Now get out there and ride.
Sounds like you have a first hand experience with them. How many miles can you get on the rear for sport touring? I am currently running combination of Michelin PR4 and PR3. PR3 is due for replacement soon after 11K miles on the rear....
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We took Metzelers to Sturgis last year for the smoke competitions. They handled well during the rides out there. Then produced lots of smoke for the competition. We put our stockers back on once we got back home.
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Quote from ATSUKO-KIYOSHI View Post :
Just a warning, these are not good tires whatsoever. Metzelers in general just suck ass compared to the competition. Considering the miles you'll get out of these and the shitty performance, even $100 a set would be a rip off
Totally disagree! I never owned them buy EVERYONE I've talked to has had nothing but good things to say about them. I'm talking both cruisers and sport bikes and everything in between. ONLY one I heard may be better is Michelin Commander or Avon. What are you basing this on? What kind of bike do you ride? Which model of Metzlers have you tried?

Personally I ride a cruiser (Honda VTX 1300C) and I use a car tire for my rear tire. I only get at best 10k miles out of motorcycle tires. I enjoy the better traction and stopping and the ability to get over 30k out of my rear tires! Being that I ride a cruiser...no problem with turning if one couter steers and leans properly.
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no problem with turning if one couter steers and leans properly.
Car tires on a motorcycle? Sure, the extra miles might be nice, but you're only able to handle inclement road surfaces when you're not turning. Otherwise, you're on a non-tractible surface. Not sure why you'd ever suggest for others to ride on the edge of the tire. shake head
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I'd happily buy these if they had them for my 2005 dl650 Frown thanks anyways OP and rep!
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Had these on my v-rod. They were great.
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Quote from EricE4951 View Post :
I'd happily buy these if they had them for my 2005 dl650 Frown thanks anyways OP and rep!
Haha, I'm used to SD tire posts being incompatible with the strom. I just keep buying Michelin Anakee 3's, because they last a very long time.
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TU for another motorcycle post! Unfortunately, I do not see my size available (190/15 ZR17) :-(
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TU for another motorcycle post! Unfortunately, I do not see my size available (190/15 ZR17) :-(
190/15. Now that's a strange size Smilie

TU for the post op. I'm sticking to Q3's on my CBR1000RR Smilie
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