Metzeler Tourance Front Tire

Tourance Front Tire

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Metzeler Tourance Front Tire

Coming in at roughly a 90/10 street and dirt mix, the Metzeler Tourance front tire is designed to perform on the pavement and yet let you explore on gravel and dirt roads. The tire compound has been tweaked for durability while also retaining strong grip in both wet and dry conditions. Just what the adventure rider is looking for.
  • Lets you take your touring-configured enduro bike for longer rides
  • Radial tires feature twin layer, 4-ply diagonal tire carcass construction
  • Radial front and rear tires feature Metzeler's 0° steel belt technology
  • Tire compound provides long mileage, stable handling and touring comfort on road; tread design also handles light off-road riding
  • Optimized tread design reduces rolling noise
  • This tire is part of a matching set, see the Tourance Rear Tire
Stock Replacement tire for:

Aprilia
110/80R-19 TL = Capo Nord

BMW
110/90-19 TL = F650 GS 2001-07

110/80R-19 TL = R1100/1150/1200 GS

Triumph
110/80R-19 TL = Tiger 1995-05

**Note: Tires shown with white letters for advertisement purposes only and will come black wall.
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great deal

excellent product!

VICTOR - March 19, 2016

(aguascalientes, TX)

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Meets or exceeds expectations

This is the second round of the same Metzlers for me. I keep coming back because they're tough, last a long time and have a pretty good ride. They do a great job on wet or dry pavement and flatter my ego and my daydreams to someday be able to drive far enough from my daily commute to get in the dirt.

tom - February 27, 2016

(East Palo Alto, CA)

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Metzeler Tourance

Stock tires for my Caponord, great tire and affordable!

Curtis - December 30, 2015

(West Point, IA)

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METZLER TOURANCE

I've been using these tires on my '01 GS for 112,000 miles. Great mileage and always takes me where I want to go!

Bill - October 7, 2015

(S. Deerfield, MA)

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Great tire

I've used this kind of tire for more than 40,000 miles and I have no reason to change. I've gone through dry, wet and icy roads with no problems.

Hector - August 11, 2015

(Brownsville, TX)

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Great tire

Have used Metzeler on both my GS and RT. Great grip and wear. Also great price at Superstore and fast service.

bill w - July 2, 2015

(PORT JERVIS N.Y., NY)

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METZELER TOURANCE FRONT TIRE

Performs good, wears good (approximately 14K on my last one), and is priced good. What's not to like?

Stan - May 5, 2015

(Redding, CA)

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Tourance tires.

Have over 200k miles on Tourance Tires on my 1200 GS's. Always good.

Lawrence - February 28, 2015

(Marietta, GA)

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METZELER TOURANCE FRONT TIRE

With 95k miles currently showing on my R1200GS, I've run quite a few sets of Tourances, and I have always been pleased with the handling, traction, and tire wear. I don't think they lose anything to the newer dual compound tires.

Chris - October 25, 2014

(Newburgh, IN)

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Happy with the Tourance

Bought a rear version about 1,000 miles ago and was so impressed that I decided to add the front even though the original VStrom DL1000 tire was OK. Now the bike performs great with the new matched set. I'll have to update when these wear out to see how many miles my 'Strom can get out of them.

Fred - August 18, 2014

(Navarre, FL)

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Great

I have been using Tourances for 12 years now. Most impressive tire in dry and wet. They are expensive and don't last that long BUT their softness = excellent grip!

O-livier - September 19, 2013

(Belmont,, CA)

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Great 80-20

Returned from Death Valley and Mohave Preserve trip. Ran TKC front and the Tourance rear. Got back home after 3600 miles and the Tourance barely shows any sign of wear. Great in the wet on interstate and dry slab as well. Run 42 loaded and 25 aired down. Will buy again.. Looking at the new Metzeler Karoo 3 for a compromise between the TKC and Tourance.. way to go Metzeler!!

Str8lin - June 3, 2013

(Auburn, WA, WA)

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Great tires

Got 11000 miles on my last pair.

Chris - May 2, 2013

(Reno, NV)

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12k miles

I had the Michelin Anakee II on the front for my last set. It turns out that the Anakee has severe cupping starting around 6000-7000 miles. The Tourance started cupping around 11,000 miles and I changed it out when I changed out the rear at 12,000 miles. It could have gone another 2000-3000 miles but I was heading out on a long trip on the GS and wanted to get a new set. Excellent Grip. Excellent Handling. Good on dirt. Great lasting tread. No road noise on straights or turns.

Colin - October 9, 2012

(Washington, UT)

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Great street tires

Got these put onto my cafe'd Bonneville after hearing rave reviews about them on the forums. I'd been running Pirelli Sport Demons for a while, but the mileage for those wasn't great. With the Tourances, I've had just as much grip, but at 4k miles the rear is just *starting* to square off, where the Pirelli would be due for changing. I can't really speak to the off-road capabilities, but I can tell you that you'll still be able to drag a toe in the twisties with them!

Brian - August 10, 2012

(Clarkston, WA)
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