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Mitas E-07 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.

Features:

  • 50% street / 50% dirt
  • Chevron tread pattern for optimal grip on and off pavement
  • DOT
4.6 / 5
Bang For The Buck
4.6 / 5
Features
4.8 / 5
Style
4.8 / 5
Grip
4.6 / 5
Tread Life
4.7 / 5
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Front / 110/80-19 59T TL 1014164 24439 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Front / 90/90-21 54T TT 1014165 24638 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Front / 100/90-19 57T TL 1014163 24547 Available: Requires 1-2 business days lead time prior to shipment
Rear / 140/80-18 70T TL 1014161 24427 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Rear / 150/70-18 70T TL 1014162 24404 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Rear / 150/70-17 69T TL 1014160 24049 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Rear / 130/80-17 65T TL 1037796 24133 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Rear / 120/90-17 64S TL 1115374 24130 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Rear / 130/80-18 72T TT 980848 24412/24415 Out of Stock
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new favorite tire for ADV riding
Mitas E-07 Dakar. These are 4-ply, bias-ply construction, 50/50 tread pattern. I chose the 4-ply Dakar model because I ride the bike heavy in demanding conditions. 4,000 miles on these now and loving them.

Tire pressure is really important to me. So I check frequently and carry a dial gauge and pump to adjust it. My settings are: F/R - Solo: 32/36, fully loaded tarmac: 36/42, fully loaded dirt: 32/38. I’ve thrown every kind of riding I do at them and they are better in every respect than any other tire I’ve run. That list includes the OEM Bridgestone Battlewings, Heidenau K60s, and Conti Trail Attack 2. All good tires, but I think I’ve found a new favorite.

Most of those miles were from a recent trip in Idaho, 2-up, fully loaded, on a Yamaha Super Tenere. Road types included interstate freeways with 80 MPH speed limits, twisty mountain roads, and rough dirt roads. In no conditions did they give a hint of slipping, and we wore these out to edges. No molding nubs remain.

When brand new, they wandered on rain-grooved highways. Now that the lug edges are no longer sharp, the tires track better on grooved roadway.
August 31, 2015
Ride:
2012 Yamaha XT1200Z Super Tenere
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
The best 50/50 tire!
There is a lot of noise around the Heidenau Scouts and although those K60s are good tires, the Mitas E-07s outperform them in every way. Grippier in gravel, smoother on pavement, less noisy at speed, and zero break in period. Those that haven't tried these will no doubt stick with the Heidenaus because that's all they know. Those that used to have Heidi's and made the switch to E-07s will never look back.
July 26, 2015
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Pretty sweet!
I put these on my 2014 Tiger 800 "roadie" because the stock tires are no good for any kind of serious off-road use. I'm a beginner when it comes to off-road riding, but these tires have me feeling a lot more comfortable and confident. They start to hum around 30 mph, but they aren't loud. The hum sounds kind of like an air raid siren (think Black Sabbath's War Pigs) which is fine by me.

Handling (my opinion of course):
Dry pavement - Very good! Better than I expected.
Wet pavement - Good. I've had no problems.
Dirt roads - Excellent.
Mud and sand - They'll get you through it, but are a little squirrelly.
Loose gravel and crushed stone - Great. No problems whatever.
Grass - Excellent.

I don't ride like a hooligan, but I like to have fun and these tires really do perform well in the twisties. They feel different than a road tire, but I got used to them quickly and have no problem leaning into turns the same way I did with the stock tires. They cruise just fine. I've had the front tire on for 2500 miles and it's showing very little wear. I had to replace the rear tire after only 1000 miles because I noticed a tear in the sidewall. The newer rear tire shows very little wear.

I mostly ride on pavement, but I like having the option to explore without worrying about getting stuck or losing control. With these tires I can go just about anywhere my skill level allows.

My only complaint about them is that they feel a tad wobbly at speeds above 80mph. It's not frightening or anything, but let's just say I don't go hitting 100+ for a quick thrill so much anymore. That's probably not a bad thing though.

Buy them!
October 18, 2015
Ride:
2014 Triumph Tiger 800
Another great 50% / 50% Alternative to Heidenau K60
Like many other, I was looking for a 50% / 50% on-off road tire for my 2011 BMW F650GS Twin. I was not thrilled about the Heidenau center line reviews so I went with the Mitas E-07. Great overall traction and wear. This is my second set for rear wheel. The new 140/80-17 size Mitas, has a modified center line. I am not concerned as it sits 2-3 mm. below the tire chevron pattern. I am thrilled REVZILLA is stocking the Mitas E-07. Keep them coming. This is a great tire.
May 10, 2015
Purchased
1 year ago
Ride:
2011 BMW F650GS
Great for the R1200GS
Have had these for 3000 miles. They show very little wear thanks to the center rib. at 3000 miles the tread is just into this center rib. Hooks up extremely well in the wet on pavement, handles heavy loads very well, braking and overall street performance is as good as the Metzlers that came with the GS. Off road is really good. Self cleaning and good cornering. One heck of an all around tire. The E07 Dakar is what I have on the front and rear. Would DEFINATELY buy another set. BTW....they balance very easily with beads so you can ditch the stupid stick on weights. Quit reading this, buy them and mount them yourself. Easy decision....or you can surf the web all day and stick with what all the bloggers/posers recommend for the GS.
March 9, 2015
Ride:
2012 BMW R1200GS
Bang For The Buck
2 / 5
Great tire
Slapped on this tire for a dual sport trip. It handles well on pavement, dirt, loose gravel, deep mud, rocks. Had a lot of rain, and the tires gripped good on wet pavement also. Only thing that remains to be seen is longevity of tire.
May 21, 2015
Purchased
1 year ago
Ride:
2014 KTM 1190 Adventure R
Great So Far
Went on easier than expected. Used a Baja No Pinch Tool to get it on. Grip feels good so far and I haven't experienced any change in noise or feel on the road. Off road has been limited to gravel and fire roads, but it feels like it hooks up. It's a lot better than the Shinko 705 I was running on the rear...still have a 705 on the front, so it's an odd combo, but I couldn't pass up the availability of the Mitas E-07 on Revzilla.
March 2, 2015
Ride:
2006 Husqvarna SMR 450
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Mitas E07 -- a great value
Decided to try this tire on Yamaha SuperTenere based on good reports from fellow Tenere riders. It really is a 50/50 dirt/road: very good hook-up on dirt gives confidence, & feels very smooth on the road -- curves & turns are no problem. It sings at speed on hard surface, but that's easy to overlook because the tire does such a good job over-all. Very little apparent wear after 2000 miles.
July 22, 2015
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Grip
5 / 5
Tread Life
3 / 5
Solid 50/50 tire
I commute to work 35 miles on the Interstate and these ride smooth. On dirt and gravel these have plenty of traction. I have not ran them through mud or sand. Wet traction is ok, but I ride conservatively when it's wet. I did have traction control activate once while accelerating from a red light on a wet street. At the rate I'm going, I'm expecting to get about 3500+ miles out of the rear tire. The front will probably last twice that. For the money, I'd probably buy these again.

Also, I change my own tires and didn't find these tires hard to work with.
May 31, 2016
Purchased
12 months ago
Ride:
2015 BMW R1200GS
great traction and good mileage.
This is a great tire. It gets excellent traction in all but the most difficult conditions. It is very good on gravel. This is my 2nd one. I got over 6000 miles on my last one and could have gotten another 1000, but it was spring time with muddy roads so I changed it early. This is the only tire I have run that I don't need to air down when off pavement. I run the E-07 with a TKC 80 on the front and it is a great combination.
June 29, 2015
Purchased
1 year ago
Ride:
2011 BMW F800GS
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like the reviews of the E-07 good performance on and off road, first time buyer so I will let you know!!!
Alejandro G on Feb 23, 2017
Reviews and Revzilla video
Anthony M on Jan 9, 2017
like the reviews of the E-07 good performance on and off road, first time buyer so I will let you know!!!
Alejandro G on Feb 23, 2017
Good reviews for off road performance. Price was also right!
Jay on Jan 12, 2017
Reviews and Revzilla video
Anthony M on Jan 9, 2017
Currently riding on Heidenau K60 Scout. Would like to compare.
Daniel S on Dec 28, 2016
The "Dakar" version of these tires have lasted me over 14k miles. (I just now bought the regular version to compare.) I always kept them at the proper pressure for my BMW R1200GS and have had no need to let air out for going off-road, at least not for anything other than sand/mud. They are great for both on and off-road and they seem fine in the rain, at the very least they gave me more confidence than the Heidenaus K60s.
Eugenio C on Nov 30, 2016
Positive reviews
Wayne W on Oct 27, 2016
reviews
Bronson1 on Sep 26, 2016
I did quite a bit of research on this tire.
Ridin' Ralph on Sep 23, 2016
I routinely get 12K miles on my Mitas E07. I use them on my 2011 BMW F650GS Twin.
Kameran A on Sep 19, 2016
Read a lot of reviews and it should be great for my riding style!
Tyrel W on Sep 8, 2016
This was recommended by other adventure rider friends for durability, load capacity, and the performance both on and off pavement.
Steve B on Sep 7, 2016
Trying this out because of some good reviews I've read. Looking for something that is a 50/50 to try.
woodpants on Aug 29, 2016
Need a tire that will take me to Alaska and back.
deans m on Aug 17, 2016
Harder wearing than TKC 80, but stickier than K60 Scouts. Very pleased with them both on and off-road.
Kevin M on Aug 15, 2016
Value and reviews
Steven H on Aug 10, 2016
Good reviews for both street and dirt.
Nicolas S on Aug 7, 2016
Looking for a relatively long-life rear tire (for DR650) with reasonable off-road capability.
Ralph M on Jul 19, 2016
Good reviews,more aggressive then hiedenos
Todd A on Jul 18, 2016
An excellent choice! Couldn't get a Super Exporer so I got this tire. After 2500 miles, 1400 of which was dual sporting in Colorado and Utah passes and canyons, I'm perfectly happy. Probably not even half worn out, provided great grip on all surfaces. Perhaps a bit less grip than the Mefo, but perfectly acceptable.
Kyle K on Jul 18, 2016
Met some guys running these tires on a ride out west last week, they said they really liked them and that they perform better off road than the Metzler Tourance I have on now. Since I've worn those out, thought I would give these a try!
Sparky67 on Jul 15, 2016
I like Michelin T-63's for where/how I ride, but they go away fast on the street. Hoping to get more street mileage out of the Mitas 07 while not losing much to any off road capability.
Robert S on Jul 7, 2016
I didn't!..... Used the DAKAR with the yellow stripe instead.
Theodorus J on Jun 21, 2016
Cuz Lemmy said so...and he's "da man".
Robert P on Jun 5, 2016
good wear tire
David S on May 30, 2016
Good review from most of what I've read online
GreenTiger on May 27, 2016
looks like a potentially good 50/50 alternative to TKC80 and K60. good reviews on other sites.
Evan F on May 4, 2016
Because they have decent traction on pavement in wet, dry, and unpacked snow conditions. Very good on gravel, dry packed to medium damp dirt and rocks. Sand and mud knobbies are better. Very good tire life, 15,000 miles on the last one. They don't cup on the front tire.
Henry W on May 2, 2016
Recommended by a rider with the same bike
J I on Apr 17, 2016
solid 50/50 rear tire with great mileage.
motech on Apr 15, 2016
Recommended by RawHyde for their off road course. Also a good 50/50 tire for my commute to work as well as my weekend off road riding.
RavenKirkland on Mar 21, 2016
High reviews and meets my advrnture/ Dual Sport riding needs
Pnwroamer on Mar 21, 2016
Durability and flexibility for different riding surfaces.
Rod R on Mar 11, 2016
I researched the best compromise 50/50 tire for my Husky TR650 Terra. A lot of positive reviews and feedback from other riders.
Steve F on Mar 6, 2016
I think they are just as good as Scouts. Great in rain and curves too. Big confidence during these parts of the rides. Grips well in the non asphalt areas.
Pete Warren on Feb 9, 2016
Works good all around
Mark S on Jan 27, 2016
researched hopefully best for appliction
ron e on Jan 26, 2016
The reviews were really good, Revzilla posted it as one of the best new products of last year and the expected life span is amazing compared to most other 50/50 duel sport tires.
Paul D on Jan 24, 2016
Forum reviews and RevZilla review.
D J on Dec 18, 2015
This is an EXCELLENT tire for dual sport machines. More of a 50/50 tire without the excessive road noise. Excellent grip in loose soil and longevity is acceptable at 7K miles for rear.
Ridebackroads13601 on Nov 30, 2015
recommended by a fellow rider
Casey C on Sep 18, 2015
Already have rear Mitas on bike.
Rod M on Sep 6, 2015
A friend is currently using this tire on his Yamaha 1200 and says it is lasting well.
Roy M on Sep 6, 2015
Heard good things so wanted to give one a try.
IffyKid on Aug 28, 2015
This is the only Tubeless Adventure tyre with 50/50 On & Off road capability for KTM 690 Enduro R to fit 140/80-18
sammidi a on Aug 27, 2015
recommended
Ralph W on Aug 21, 2015
Best 50/50 rear tire for the Tiger 800XC period. Great on-road longevity and off-road traction. Only problem is breaking the rear bead is hard!
SCOTT S on Aug 11, 2015
The Mitas E-07 is a great 60/40 adventure motorcycle tyre. The tread pattern does not grab freeway groves and provides good asphalt cornering. The Dakar version has an indestructible sidewall to prevent backroad flats.
Jason L on Aug 8, 2015
Other ST Super Tenere riders recommended this tire. Most of the bloggers who use the Mitas brand seem very pleased.
Dan B on Aug 1, 2015
My TKC-80 is howling, and I'm happy with the E-07 I have on the rear of My F650GS Twin
Susan S on Jul 21, 2015
Great Reviews! Great price.
Rico on Jul 12, 2015
Good reviews for off road performance. Price was also right!
Jay on Jan 12, 2017
Currently riding on Heidenau K60 Scout. Would like to compare.
Daniel S on Dec 28, 2016
Will these tires be available in 120/70 R19 & 170/60 R17 with V speed rating for 2015 BMW GSA?
John W on Feb 15, 2016
BEST ANSWER: i asked mitas the same question and they don't know. i expect that they will. nonetheless, i run the e07 dakar in 110/80-19 and 150/17-17 on my 2016 r1200gs and, after getting used to greater tendency for the bike to fall in to corners, i'm very pleased with them. in fact, i now like that feeling -more flickable. previously ran conti tkc-70s, which are fantastic tires. i just wanted something a bit more dirt worthy. i think that even if mitas releases the proper sized tires, i may stick with this smaller/taller size.
Does the 150/70-17 in the Mitas E7 have the center rib, continuous lug like a Heidenau K60?
David H on May 9, 2015
BEST ANSWER: It has a .400" wide rib down the center, which is .170" recessed from the face of the tread. It looks like a wear indicater but it can't be. The measurement from the face or top of the tread to the casing, (bottom of the tread block), is .520"these measurements are from a new tire uncounted. The Heidenau K60 is not a wet weather tire. My son has one on his 2012GSA when it rains it is always hydroplaning
Mitas E-07 tires. If you back away a bit and squint, the chevron tread pattern appears to be a series of arrowheads all pointing in the same direction. This is true for the front tires and the rear tire tread patterns. My question is, when mounting the tires on the bike, which direction should the arrowhead at the TOP of the tire be pointing? There are 4 possibilities: Both face forward, both face rearward, forward on front and rearward on rear, or rearward on front and forward on rear? Thanks.
David S on Jun 10, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The rear tire mounts with chevrons pointing in the direction of travel. The front tire mounts in the opposite direction. There is a mounting direction arrow on the sidewalls of both tires.
Any feedback on longevity of the Mitas E-07?
outdoorx4 on Aug 19, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I ride a 2014 BMW F800 GSA and am on my second set of Mitas E-07 Dakars. The first set was replaced at 8,000 miles while there was still tread life, but I was heading to Baja for a week trip and wanted new shoes on the bike. The first set performed phenomenally on the AZBDR through mud, rock, and sand. These tires last twice long as the Metzler Karoo 3s that I used to use on the bike.
How do these compare to the Heidi K60s? In terms of off road vs on road and long life?
A shopper on Jan 28, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Sizes 90/90-21 and 150/70-17 on F800GS, I've run them both so here's my rundown:
K60 last a long time - 10,400 miles. Less grip on road and offroad due to harder compound (long life) and center rib on rear. I did not care for the front end feel at all. Front feathers and rear gets flat spot.
E-07 better traction overall - 8,000 miles. Noticeably better offroad and on. Front feathers a little, but center rib keeps tire fairly round.
Note my comment on this rear tire size regarding center rib above.
For the 150/70-17: what max pressure is listed on the sidewall? I've read on a few forums (AdvRider & SuperTenere) that it was 33psi and had been increased to 40psi.
Massimo R on Nov 28, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The sidewall says 716 lbs at 42 PSI for max load and air pressure. You should always go by the recommended pressure of the bike mfg.
What's the difference between the TT and the TL?
A shopper on Apr 25, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The best answer I've found is that TT= Tube Type and TL = TubeLess. I don't know if that's also the difference in designation between the "standard" and the "Dakar" version. My understanding is that the Dakar has extra sidewall belt, making them stiffer. I have the Dakar version on my Triumph Explorer. The sidewall is marked both "TUBLESS" and "on tube type rim, use tubes"
Are these the Dakar version or regular?
Randy P on Mar 6, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Randy, You need to call and be sure. I run the E-07 Dakar Rear and a TKC-80 up front. The "Dakar" should be specifically listed and tun about $10(US) more. Either way, I have run the standard and Dakar - biggest difference I have noticed is the rigidity of the sidewall. Dakar helps run low pressure offroad, but is a bear to rip off and reseat the bead. Best of luck - regardless - Revzilla always takes care of me with my tire needs...+1.
I ride a Yamaha XT1200z Super Tenere, and just bought a set of Mitas E07 to replace the Kenda's I have now, but the front rim has a dent and I was wandering if I could mount a tube with the Mitas, so I would be able to lower the pressure if needed?
A shopper on Jul 23, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes, I run Mitas with tubes, and they work great. In the dirt, I lower air pressure to 15 pound in the rear for better traction without negatively impacting the tire's life or performance. In the front, I run 20 psi, as I tend to get pinch flats in the front at lower pressures because of the shorter sidewall of the front tire. However, at 20 psi, the front will hold a line at speed in the dirt very well. I was riding two-up last weekend for 27 miles on a gravel road coming off the Lolo Motor Highway, and speeds were as high as 60 mph on straights, with 40 mph pretty normal in long sweepers. Lowering the air pressure was key.
Is this Tube base or tubeless?
i am looking to buy the 90/90 21 Dakar and 150/70 R18 Dakar
Wissam a on Feb 12, 2015
BEST ANSWER: 902/90/21 tube base and rear is tubeless but both can be fitted with tubes.