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Mitas E-07 Dakar Tires

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With cross-ply construction and a chevron tread pattern that grips both pavement and the roughest terrain, the Mitas E-07 offers the long wear and dur… Read More

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Mitas E-07 Dakar Tires

With cross-ply construction and a chevron tread pattern that grips both pavement and the roughest terrain, the Mitas E-07 offers the long wear and durability needed for long cross country as well as backwoods adventures. This Dakar version features thicker puncture resistant sidewalls.

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  • 50% street / 50% dirt
  • Chevron tread pattern for optimal grip on and off pavement
  • DOT
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4.6 / 5.0
22 Reviews
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Bang For The Buck
4.5 / 5
Features
4.6 / 5
Style
4.8 / 5
Grip
4.6 / 5
Tread Life
4.6 / 5
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Grip
4 / 5
Tread Life
5 / 5
An Amazing Tire
Firstly I would say I am extremely critical of my gear and don't give high praise easily. That being said, I am completely blown away by this tire. I am currently traveling through South America and installed this tire on my F800GSA prior to leaving Phoenix, AZ. I have ridden some 19k miles on the same tire. From the US to Ushuaia Argentina and then back north to Santiago, Chile. There has been a mix of rocks and sand through Baja, dirt, mud and gravel in Central America and and even snow when we were in Patagonia. Overall i would say about 35-40% was off road while the rest was on pavement of varying quality. The only real down side to this tire is in mud and lets be honest, no 50/50 adventure tire excels here. It does, however, perform better than the Heidenau Scout in mud. I suspect that this is due to the narrower centre rib. This narrower centre rib also allows for a much more round profile as the tire wears. My experience with the Scout gave me about half the milage and less grip on loose surfaces.
May 9, 2016
Ride:
2013 BMW F800GS
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Mitas Rule
Replaced K60s with this tire on my BMW R1200 GSA. I felt the Dakar version was a better tire immediately. These hold the road better. They are perfectly balanced even into triple digit speed on the highway. They are a knobby tire so they give a little in hard cornering but track very well out of the corner. Much better then new K60s that I felt I had to push into the corner to lean over- IMO. On the trail I find the Mitas Dakar has a better bite then the big center tread of K60s. I've airing down both tires off-road on single track. Mitas are simply superior. They have a tough built carcass that tolerates rocks, boulders and ledges very well. I didn't want a full knobby tire for the highway. Riding Mitas Dakar tires I feel are a much better compromise for a dual sport rider. I got my motorcycle back with these tires and got rid of tractor.
Revzilla is simply the best at fast turn-over and price matching. I highly recommend you give them both a try!
February 23, 2016
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Excellent off road tire. Not too noisy on the highway. Run at low pressure.
I loved the Heidenau K60 Scout tires on my Triumph Explorer. The are a GREAT balance between road and dirt. I would say 60/40 Road to Dirt) Time to replace, so I bought the Mitas E-07 hoping for the opposite (60/40 Dirt to Road) and the E-07s delivered just that. I got the "Dakar" version which apparently has super stiff sidewalls. Sure enough, the tire doesn't really perform until you drop the air pressure below 32 psi. In fact, road cornering performance is terrible above 32 psi, but at about 32 and below, they start to hug the corners nicely. I run them between 28 and 30 psi on extended dirt sections, and they really shine. The chevron tread pattern seems to be a winner. Just got them, so I can't comment on tread life. Bottom line, I can strongly recommend either the Heidenau Scouts or the Mitas E-07s if you want a 50/50 tire. The Scouts are slightly better on the road and the E-07s are slightly better in the dirt. My riding skills will fail me before these tires will. Ya gotta love new technology!
September 21, 2015
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Grip
5 / 5
Tread Life
4 / 5
My tire search is over!
I bought these tires solely for the purpose of riding my motorcycle to Alaska and back, I even outfitted my dad's bike (KTM 640 Adventure) with them as well for the same trip. I had every intentions that I would need to replace these tires on my DL650 when I got home, but to my surprise there is a ton of tread life left. We rode 7,500 miles on our trip, fully loaded with camping gear and all, and my rear tire has at least another 4-5k miles left of tread. The wet traction was great, never once felt a slip. My bike felt as if it was on rails the whole time.

My dad's KTM has never made a whole road trip on one set of tires, and this tire finally changed that. He's got over 8k miles on his, and he might be able to squeak out another thousand, but his tires are also narrower than that of my DL so he's carrying the weight on a smaller area. His end consensus was the same though, that he plans on running this tire on his bike from here on out.

They are a little louder than the 80/20 tires I used to run, but that is to be expected because of the tread pattern, but they are more quiet than I was expecting them to be. My uncle complained about how many rocks they threw, but when we got into mud/gravel roads he would just fall back a bit.

While on the trip about the half way point, I came across another guy on a DL650 and he had a similar but different tire on his bike (which was my 2nd choice for this trip) and he had come from the area of the pacific northwest that I had and had the same amount of miles, and a comparable amount of weight and gear on his bike. His tires were well more than half gone and even he made comment he wishes he would have gotten the E-07's after seeing how good mine were doing.
July 26, 2016
Purchased
1 year ago
Ride:
2007 Suzuki V-Strom DL650
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Great for all the on-road and off-road conditions I have encountered during 5000 miles of typical use
Using on Yamaha WR250R dualsport, the Mitas E-07 and E-07 Dakar in the appropriate sizes are great for all the on-road and off-road conditions I have encountered during 5000 miles of typical use for the areas I ride. They work especially well with Tubliss from highway-recommended pressures to extremely low pressures.

The profile in these sizes (which incidentally seem comparatively large) provides predictable control in ruts where other tires have been scary. The E-07 seems to handle rocks and roots deflection well too, especially when you get down to plusher low pressures. What's more, that profile allows you to lean like crazy on pavement with a very smooth transition. These are highway chameleons!

For me they are a big improvement over DOT knobbies and faux trials tires because they not only handle a wide variety of terrain and surface in northwest non-paved use, but also excel at this smoother quieter highway use. I'm often going to and from riding sites that are an hour or two out at or near WOT and these inspire confidence all around. The wear seems so much better too.

Just a note: I know these are overlooked by many who ride dual-sporters though it seems that adventure riders seem to be getting in on the goodness. If the prices were lower I bet more dual-sport riders would try them and be won over -- and share that news on forums and so on...
November 26, 2015
Ride:
2008 Yamaha WR250R
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Grip
5 / 5
Tread Life
5 / 5
Best 50/50 tire ive ever used on my 2014 ktm 1190 adv R
I have tried pretty much all of the different brand tires out there that fit the 1190 R and as far as a 50/50 tire the Mitas e07's are by far my favorite . I average about 7 to 8000 miles on a rear which considering the horse power of the 1190 I think thats pretty darn good .... On road performance is fantastic and off road they work much better than you would expect from a 50/50 to perform .... I highly recommend mitas e07's
May 31, 2016
Purchased
1 year ago
Ride:
2014 KTM 1190 Adventure R
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Grip
5 / 5
Tread Life
4 / 5
Exactly what I was hoping for.
The Mitas E-07's moved my Tiger 800XC SE from being pretty much useless off road to a pretty respectable fire road and trail bomber. The riding limitations on this bike now rest firmly on my riding skills, not the tires. Meaning, these tires are far more capable off road than I am. To say I am pleased would be an understatement. These tires are not quiet at low speeds, you can feel the low speed knobby vibration versus the garbage (but quiet and smooth) street tires that were on it from the factory and the "tip in" point going into a corner takes some getting used to (pretty abrupt) but off road all those little issues are far outweighed by the sheer ability of these tires to hook up when they are supposed to. Unlike most, I actually bought the 800XC to use almost specifically on long off road trips and these tires have made me feel much better about that decision. If you are looking for 80/20 (with the 80% being off road) these are your tires and they look they are going to last far, far longer than the TKC80's my friend uses on his F800GS.
May 24, 2016
Purchased
1 year ago
Ride:
2014 Triumph Tiger 800 XC
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Grip
5 / 5
Tread Life
5 / 5
A great all around tire
I've gone through 2 sets of these rear tires on an 800GS. I've used them in all types of terrain; pavement, dirt, gravel, mud, and snow. It is the best all around tire I've used. The mileage is also good. I get 9 to 11 thousand miles from them. I've tried lots of different dual sport tires and nothing compares with the E-07.
November 27, 2016
Purchased
1 year ago
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Grip
5 / 5
Tread Life
5 / 5
Phenomenal tire
I put a set of these on my ktm 1190r. Just finished a 5300 mile trip out west and have to say these tires exceeded my expectations. Even with the bike fully loaded with gear it looks like I will see 8-9000 plus miles no problem with this tire. my only complaint is that I have now received two front tires that don't seat properly and leak a small amount of air. I have inspected the rim and tried other tires and it seems to be the fault lies with the mitts e-07. Given the durability and performance on and off road though adding a little air every day is still a minor inconvenience for the value. I was shocked how well the combination performed in challenging off road mountain terrain even with all the gear on the bike.
September 14, 2016
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Grip
5 / 5
Tread Life
5 / 5
The best 50/50 dual sport tire you can buy
I'm writing strictly about the rear tire. I run a TKC 80 up front and he Mitas E-07 Dakar at the rear of my KTM 1190R. I burn through tires and these are the best. I tore through a TKC 80 rear in 800 miles for comparison. This tire lasted me almost 5000 miles to the same wear point. The Hidenau K60s are a little longer lasting on the road but have terrible grip in anything with mud or moisture. The E07 is my go to rear tire now. I'm on my second one and I love it. It's off-road traction is surprisingly good, give it a try.
June 18, 2017
Purchased
7 months ago
Ride:
2012 Yamaha WR450F
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Why did you choose this?
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Trip to Alaska and wanted a tire that would do the Dempster Highway and also work good on the pavement.
Tire lasted great no problems at all not even a flat. Still have enough tread to last till spring.
Mark S on Oct 17, 2017
This will be my third pair, this brand and model was recommended by you guys and I'm in love with them.
They are great in dry and very good in wet tarmac, my offroad is light offroading so I would rate them very very good.
They last long too!!! I'm trying the Dakar type, so we will see. Thank you Revzilla
Flaco70 on Sep 1, 2017
Trip to Alaska and wanted a tire that would do the Dempster Highway and also work good on the pavement.
Tire lasted great no problems at all not even a flat. Still have enough tread to last till spring.
Mark S on Oct 17, 2017
Wanted something more appropriate for trails.
Ken P on Oct 12, 2017
This will be my third pair, this brand and model was recommended by you guys and I'm in love with them.
They are great in dry and very good in wet tarmac, my offroad is light offroading so I would rate them very very good.
They last long too!!! I'm trying the Dakar type, so we will see. Thank you Revzilla
Flaco70 on Sep 1, 2017
The Mitas E-07 style tires were one of two choices I picked. Mostly because of feedback from other Adventure Riders and forums. I rely heavily on riders like myself for input regarding equipment and safety items. Hopefully, these tires will prove to be a good purchase for me, will let you know in about a couple thousand miles.
Ron S on Aug 25, 2017
Tire rocked!!! Rode from MN to the top of Alaska and back without any flats and a couple thousand miles of sub par gravel roads. Just ordered my second!
Ben C on Aug 14, 2017
I have a set on my KTM Adventure 1190 R with approximately 8k miles. Great tires!
Brian C on Aug 6, 2017
These tires were chosen in the never ending search for long distance do everything true adventure riding. So far so good.
AJ S on Jul 25, 2017
Alaska trip
John P on Jul 7, 2017
It's a durable tire and people recommend .
Anthony M on Jul 3, 2017
The last pair I got 10000 miles out not them on my Tenere. I liked them enough to buy a second set.
Ross G on Jul 1, 2017
Anticipating long tread life with good off-road traction
Andrew H on Jun 23, 2017
Great long lasting tire for my 950 ADV. Got almost 7k out of the last one, reasonable traction to end of life.
Mark E K on Jun 15, 2017
God led me to them.
Tony W on Jun 12, 2017
Wanted a 50/50 tire for my R1200GS Adventure and I have had very good luck with Mitas tires on my other bikes.
Bruce B on Jun 10, 2017
Comparing similar tires for my 2014 KLR 650, (MITAS E-07, MEFO Explorer 99 and Heidenau K-60) choose E-07 because 1.-
durability same millage as or more than K-60. 2.- thread Chevron design better 50/50 use (mud) 3.- high speed capability 4.- front tire Dakar, stronger side wall, (puntures). 5.- Better price
Federico C on Jun 9, 2017
Long Trip with Highway miles
Eugene C on Jun 7, 2017
great tire for the 690
Jeffrey M on May 31, 2017
Had these on my 1997 R1100 GS and they were awesome on and off road. Putting them on my new Vstrom.
Gary M on May 23, 2017
on line review comments
John S on May 5, 2017
Competent all-around, great longevity. Confident all-terrain grip for moderate adventure touring.
Roger N on Apr 22, 2017
Reviews and wanted to try something different. Currently using Shinko E-805
Sean C on Apr 19, 2017
The tread pattern looks like it should work well off road and the Dakar sidewalls offer greater protection.
TeeRev226 on Apr 8, 2017
The Mitas has had great reviews and I was looking for a good 50/50 tire that would last more than 1000miles. Hopefully it is everything that people have said it is.
D A on Apr 4, 2017
GREAT TIRE. ITS MY SECOND ONE. KTM 990
Mike G on Mar 28, 2017
Great reviews
Jim O on Mar 14, 2017
Positive reviews on the site, and on forums. Seem like a better tire than the K60's and a number of other 50/50 tires.
John O on Mar 1, 2017
reviews were better than heidenau which I was going to order originally.
Mike S on Feb 13, 2017
super tough side walls
sandy m on Jan 26, 2017
Good knobs with good street traits for getting back and forth KTM1190R
ROBERT O on Dec 30, 2016
Superior performance
Paul S on Nov 28, 2016
I ran these last year on my AK trip and I was really impressed with them in all conditions. Not only that, but I got 12,000 miles out of the rear on my R1200GS.
biglefti on Nov 20, 2016
Great reviews and time to replace the Heidenau K60s with +13k miles on my F800GSA. K60s were great and had no issues but wanted to try something else for comparison.
Douglas J on Nov 6, 2016
Best dual sport tires at the moment, going on a long long trip, hoping I won't need to stop to change tires.
Nimajus B on Oct 12, 2016
reviews
Bronson1 on Sep 26, 2016
Reading the comments, hopefully they wear better then the shinko's. I like shinko's but have been getting only 6k on a rear on my 14 VStrom DL1000.
Thomas H on Sep 8, 2016
The Dakar version has the stiffer sidewall and I ride my Super Tenre loaded up more than average with full panniers and a fuel cell, water, camping gear, etc. Other comments have indicated that the Dakar version holds up better under these loads and provides better tire life than the non-dakar version for those running heavier loads or bikes.
Eric V on Sep 6, 2016
have heard things about this tire
Derek Y on Aug 23, 2016
I've been running tkc 80 tires on my R1200GS for several sets and wanted to try something different with increased mileage.
Steve H on Aug 21, 2016
Revzilla reviews are always helpful in making choices
Amanda O on Jul 18, 2016
This will be my second set of Mitas E-07 Dakars...great off-road AND on-road tires! They pull through deep gravel/water crossings/craggily rocks and take me through the twisties with confidence all the same. On top of that, I have 12,781 miles on my current set and they still have life left in them...and that is with 90% pavement riding miles.
Sibley P on Jul 2, 2016
best tire I've used for adventure dual sport.. Predictable traction everywhere.. 6000 miles on rear. tougher than nails.. been riding with three plugs in this tire for over 2000 miles front tire great.. not as aggressive as a true knobby but works great in all terrain as well. these are my go to long trip tires.
KENAROO on Jun 28, 2016
Can't find anything better for my use.
Theodorus J on Jun 21, 2016
4 ply sidewalls on the dakars, better cut / puncture protection
Randy M on Jun 8, 2016
Great trade off for a 50/50 tire for dv touring. fellow riders recommended highly.
Paul G on Jun 6, 2016
Great tire for on and off road, but the off road traction could be a little better. not great for sand.
Ralph W on May 19, 2016
Reputation
PAUL S on May 17, 2016
Bought this tire for my trip to Alaska last summer. I rode from Minneapolis to Alaska and back and am still running the tire. I've got just over 13k miles on it. I'm guessing I can get another few hundred miles out of it.
J G on May 12, 2016
I have been using the heidenau k60 for multiple tires changes and the reviews were positive with most having had used the k60. All who sited using the k60 said the E-07 was better the E-07 also carried the same ZLA corner marker as the k60
Andrew S on May 10, 2016
Reviews are great and needed a more aggressive rear tire
T8driver on May 6, 2016
Better recommendation than the K60 Scout, Happy with the tire thus far.
James W on Apr 19, 2016
Wanted something more appropriate for trails.
Ken P on Oct 12, 2017
The Mitas E-07 style tires were one of two choices I picked. Mostly because of feedback from other Adventure Riders and forums. I rely heavily on riders like myself for input regarding equipment and safety items. Hopefully, these tires will prove to be a good purchase for me, will let you know in about a couple thousand miles.
Ron S on Aug 25, 2017
Does the yellow strip wear away or is it there for the life of the tire?
james l on Nov 21, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I have over 4500 mostly HWY and gravel road use and I can still see the stripe
Are there any labels or markings on the tires themselves to know it's a Dakar version? I just got my first set in. The packing list says Dakar... but the tire doesn't seem to.
TeeRev226 on Sep 12, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The Dakar versions have a gold/yellow stripe running all the way around the tread of the tire, just inside the side tread blocks. Hope that helps.
what does the 54t TT or TL mean?
Mathew C on Sep 24, 2017
BEST ANSWER: TT uses a tube, TL does not.
Are they tubeless?
A shopper on May 8, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes they are. And I love them !
Why are front tire mounted "backwards" ?
William on Mar 28, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Assuming you're reading the directional arrow: you want the tread pattern to apply more force when the brakes are applied. It will be opposite the rear due to the force being tranferred when opening the throttle.
Can i use with a tube?
A shopper on Dec 18, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes. I have them mounted with tubes on my 650GS.
Is there a heavy spot mark on the tire?
Scott L on Sep 1, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Not that I could find. Most current generation tires seem to not have any balance markings on them as I have been told that better qc allows for less variance and less need for balance markings.
I have tubed tires now, can these be used with tubes?
A shopper on Dec 16, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I am looking at trading my 800XC (tubeless) off on a new Africa Twin (tube type) and the dealer assured me I can run these Mitas with tubes. The front will swap off the 800XC to the AT but the rear won't due to a different rim size on the AT. As for the tires themselves, very happy with them.
I have a KLR 650, 2008. I have a 130/80R on the rear presently and would like to run this Mita E-07 Dakar. It appears in the Dakar the the closest size is the 140/80-17. This will fit on the KLR back end?
A C on Jul 14, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Great tire. I will buy another. I don't know anything about KLR rim sizes. So I can't answer the question.
How do these fair in the rain and snow?
A C on Mar 14, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Don't know about the snow portion, but regarding the rain it works fine. Mine set, front and rear, has already more than 10,000Mi(mostly hard top) and fine.
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