Metzeler Enduro 3 Sahara Rear Tire

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If you are not satisfied with your new set of two Metzeler brand motorcycle tires, you can return them for a refund within 30 days from the original date of purchase.
Metzeler Enduro 3 Sahara Rear Tire
  • Developed with BMW for use on the R100 GS
  • Excellent off-road traction plus superb tracking and handling for the highway
  • DOT certified
  • This tire is part of a matching set, see the Enduro 3 Sahara Front Tire
Stock Replacement tire for:

BMW

130/80-17 = F650 GS Dakar 2001-2007

**Note: Tires shown with white letters for advertisement purposes only and will come black wall.
  • Item # 5367
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great tire

This is the best dual sport tire I have ever bought and I've tried a bunch. I have a KTM 690 Enduro and ride it like it was stolen. I am MEAN to tires and this thing holds up about average in comparison to others I have tried but holds the best on and off road. I have raced sport bikes on super tight roads such as the dragon (in tennessee; if you haven't heard of it, look it up. It's awesome) and was as confident in it as a supermoto tire. Off road, it does not do so hot in the mud as expected as it is not a motocross tire. On nasty rocks, roots, hillclimbs, gravel/dirt road, this thing rips! It's a little expensive but the only thing between your tail and the pavement and the asphalt is a thin piece of rubber. Don't cheap out!!!!

chief - April 05, 2014

(johnson city, TN)

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Came on a bike I bought. Reviewed on 1/13/10

This tire came on a XR650L I bought last February. It also had the matching front tire. The original owner put them on around 4000 miles. I changed them out at 10800 miles and could have gone another 500-600 miles easily. 7000 miles is pretty good I think. They handled very well on pavement and were good on gravel roads too. The only thing they did not do well in was mud but that was to be expected. I have gone through one set of D-606's (note: worn out at 3000 miles) since then BUT I am seriously considering getting another set of Metzeler Enduros for longer trips. If you don't do any hard core off road and like a very stable tire get these. The reason I only gave a 4 for fit is the lack of a 130/18 size.

Bob - January 13, 2010

(Front Royal, VA)

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Great Tires!

Great tires! I've put over 10,000 miles on my set and will need to replace the rear tire in about another 4,000. They grip great and allow for extreme stopping power on and off road.

Robert - November 08, 2010

(Las Vegas, NV)

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Great tire

I used these tire on a KLR650. I rode from Canada to Mexico on the Continental Divide ride. The tire were great everywhere except when it came to mud. They are not good at all. Tire wear was about what you would expect. I will get about 3500 miles on rear and 5000 on front mostly gravel and dirt trails.

Bob - November 06, 2012

(Batavia, IL)

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Great 50/50 dual sport tire

I put these on my KLR 650 after first running the stock tires, which were OK on pavement but not so good in the dirt, and then running the Dunlop 606 which were great on dirt and OK on pavement -- and I couldn't stand the noise any more. These are great on the pavement, both wet and dry, and very good in the dirt. I've only got about 100 miles on them so far so can't say how long they last but right now I'm thinking of sticking with these for good.

gary - January 08, 2013

(seattle, WA)

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So far. So good.

I will be riding 80/20 street/dirt on my 2008 CRF230L. So far only ridden these on the street. No grip issues. Definitely quieter than stock. So far so good. If I have dirt issues I will report back.

Jeff - May 12, 2014

(Chicago, IL)

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Enduro 3

I put the Metzeler Sahara front and rear on my Honda XR-650L. Very pleased with on-road acceleration, cornering, and braking. Off road performance I would rate as average. Where I live the mountain roads and trails are decomposed granite which is slippery, so cornering and braking at speed can be a little spooky. Part of that is due to the fact that the XR-650L is a big heavy bike. All things considered this is a very good tire, just don't expect motocross tire performance off road.

Tim - August 31, 2011

(Colorado Springs, CO)

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great tire

Put these on a ktm 690 enduro to ride about 50/50 on road/off road in the hills of Tennessee / Virginia. Best decision I've ever made. They're awesome off road wet or dry. Obviously they're not a dirt bike tire but they exceeded my expectations. On the pavement they stick like glue and I'm no slouch in the corners. They have lasted longer than anticipated, especially with the way I abuse them, although I don't know exactly how many miles I have on them. Great purchase.

big daddy - December 10, 2013

(johnson city, TN)

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Good tire, reasonable compromises, little pricey

All dual sport tires are a trade off. Those that are great on the street are not so good on dirt. Those that last high mileage don't offer the greatest traction. For me, 8o% paved road and 18% gravel/dirt roads, 2% real off road riding these tires worked well. Above average on the street, average in dirt. In fairly aggressive riding got 5300 miles out of the rear. The front looks to have at least 1500 left on it. Price is a little high compared to competition but the better durablity means less frequent changes which lowers net cost in tire changes. Happy enough with the first one that I ordered the exact same as a replacement.

El Guapo - December 10, 2013

(Pomona , CA)

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Good 50/50 but too expensive!

The previous owner had these on the bike when I bought it. They had quite a bit of tread left, but it didn't last long (I got about another 700 miles). I ride about 60/40 street/dirt on my drz 400. These tires rode great on dry pavement, and were decent, not great, in the dirt. For the price I can't see justifying the purchase. I would highly recommend these tires if they were under $100, and your not looking for an aggressive dirt tire. Now trying the Dunlop 606.

Curt - August 10, 2012

(San Diego, CA)

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good, but not that good

The picture on this site did not look like the real thing. The tread had bigger blocks with larger spacing and the tread depth was shallower, but the side walls did say Enduro 3 Sahara. The tire did good on pavement and dirt roads on the back of my DR650, but the tread life was not much better than the kenda K761 (that performed just as well) that was on the back before. For the price of just the rear 130/80-17 I can buy a front and rear set of kendas and have change left over.

sean - January 30, 2012

(Claremore, OK)

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Not Great

Just finished taking these off my DR650, I got 4677K out of them and would not pay the price again for a second set. I have rode dirt and street all my life and always swore by Metzler tires but did not find a huge gain on these. They were quiet on the asphalt and OK in the dirt but for the price I would rather go with the cheaper Kendra K270 at $107.00 for both tires!

Jeff - June 20, 2013

(Brooklin, ON)
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