Mitas Announces Sport Force+ Motorcycle Tires
January 30, 2015 (Press release edited by webBikeWorld.com) – Mitas is “one of Europe’s leading producers of agricultural tyres” and they make motorcycle tires under the Mitas name. They also make tires for Continental.
The company has factories in the Czech Republic, Serbia and one in the USA.
The Mitas Sport Force was introduced in the Fall of 2013 and now the Sport Force+ is the second generation of motorcycle radial tyres from Mitas.
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Mitas Sport Force+
Mitas unveiled the Sport Force+ today, the new generation of radial motorcycle tire for riders of sport, standard and touring motorcycles.
With Sport Force+, Mitas uses a new tread tire compound based on the latest findings of its research and development unit. Mitas Sport Force+ will be available on global markets starting in February 2015.
All sizes of Sport Force+ boast (W) speed index, allowing for speeds of more than 270 km/h (168 mph).
“Sport Force+ is the second generation of radial motorcycle tires made by Mitas. We have improved the tire tread compound to get an even more competitive sport on-road tire” said Ksenija Bitenc, managing director of Mitas Moto.
The new Sport Force+ radial motorcycle tires will be available in the following sizes as of February 2015:
110/70 ZR17 (54W) TL
120/60 ZR17 (55W) TL
120/65 ZR17 (56W) TL
160/60 ZR17 (69W) TL
180/55 ZR17 (73W) TL
190/50 ZR17 (73W) TL
190/55 ZR17 (75W) TL
Features and Technologies
The new Sport Force+ tire is the result of recent development activities, intensive testing and high-end elastomers built into a tire compound. Sport Force+ boasts superior performances throughout the tire service life achieved by using Strong Carcass Technology (SCT).
Sport Force+ delivers outstanding grip on different road surfaces, temperatures and conditions supported by OGT 3D-Optimum Groove Technology. Sport Force+ riders will appreciate easy and progressive cornering with maximum control and high-speed stability throughout the tire service life.
These characteristics were achieved by a combination of two different technologies, SCT and Finite Element Analyses (FEA), for definition of the tire footprint.