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Mitas MC60 GETaWAY Tires

With a big block tapered tread pattern designed for grip, comfort and a long life, the Mitas MC 60 GETaWAY is the perfect tire to get you to as well as through your adventure. The Mitas MC 60 GETaWAY are directional knobby tires that provide extended mileage if mounted with the rotation, or if mounted in the opposite rotation provide extra bite offroad. A usable tread life of 5000 miles has been reported by a well known adventure riding school, which is nearly twice what has been accepted as the norm for an aggressive dual-sport tire. 

Features:

  • 40% Street / 60% Dirt
  • Reversible tread pattern
  • Aggressive off road tread design
  • Excellent tread life
  • Tubeless
  • DOT
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Grip
4 / 5
Tread Life
3 / 5
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Front / 110/80-19 59T TL 980821 558876 Out of Stock
Rear / 150/70-17 69T TL 1243418 MIT.E101507017.S Out of Stock

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4.0 / 5.0
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4.0 / 5
Features
4.0 / 5
Style
4.0 / 5
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4.0 / 5
Tread Life
3.0 / 5
When you need knobbies ... you need knobbies
Normally I run Michelin PR 4 Trails on my GSA and consider them to be the perfect road tire for my ride. Smooth, quiet, sticky no matter what. Just read the reviews.

However, in anticipation of March Moto Madness, which was held last weekend (in the rain and the snow and the mud) I decided I needed something with a little more off-road mojo. After spending way way too much time on research I pulled the trigger on a set of these puppies largely based on favorable reviews and a sweet $247 total price tag from Revzilla.

800 miles later, 100 of which were awesome forest roads, here's what I think:

Even on my driveway the bike initially felt heavier and sloppier. It fell into slow turns which was a little disconcerting; but the feeling quickly goes away. On the interstate at 75 the front tire sings a little and has some vibration to go with it. With good earplugs the noise was soon forgotten but the vibe not so much (at high speeds). Under 60 it's not an issue. I started out at 36/42 psi but then reduced to 32/35 to see if I could mitigate the rumble a little. I think this helped and I intended to reduce the pressure again for the mud - but never bothered.

In the twistys (lower speeds) I could tell very little difference vs my road tires. In the mud, gravel and and all kinds of slop these worked great and I was glad I went for a full knobby. I followed another rider on a GS with TKC 70s and watched him come off 6 or 7 times in the mud. When the going gets messy (and it always does in the rain), there is no compromising. You need gnarly rubber.

At 800 miles I can already see some rear tire wear - but little on the front. Other attendees told me that in their experience the mileage from these vs TKC 80s is no different (but there's still the price advantage).

So I like them and they did the job but they're coming back off until my next non-hard top adventure. I would love a second set of wheels but since they run around 3 grand I think a $600 tire changer is in my future. If I was starting over I think I would opt for the TKC 80 front tire and the MC 60 rear just to see if the noise/vibe is any better.
March 30, 2015
Ride:
2012 BMW R1200GS Adventure
Great all around tire
I've been looking for a knobby tire with good road performance for my 2012 R1200GSA and this is the one. I put 3000 miles on a pair earlier this month on a trip through MN, ND, MT, WY and SD. Good on the interstate at high speed, Good on the canyon twisties dry and wet. I have about 5 mm of tread remaining in the center of the back tire and the front tire looks barely touched. Very little vibration and no wobble. Interesting that these tires are better on pavement than some of the other top 40/60's. This tire is billed as a 60% off / 40% on road tire but I would give it a solid 50/50 with its strong pavement performance with the off road performance as good as any. I think I have about 1000 miles left on the rear tire and at least 5000 more on the front. Try em. A nice combo might be the E-07 rear and the MC60 front for extended durability.
August 23, 2015
Heavy duty & in weight
Got these for dirt. 50/50 is nice to have but you'll need to get ready to adjust to the weight. These are beefy dogs. Sidewalls are very stiff and a backbreaker to get onto the rims. After scrubbing in and using dyna beads, feel almost no vibrations or buzz on paved roads. Traction is great in dirt & rocky conditions. Haven't ventured into mud yet, but surely will get good hookup. Rear tire has a "Road or Dirt" orientation. I went with the "road" direction hoping to get better milage out of the tire. NOTE: Heavy means ripping through 1st, 2nd, 3rd gear will feel really different now. Makes bike feel like it has a lot more engine breaking.
June 23, 2015
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Ride:
2014 BMW R1200GS Adventure
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Great tires for their intended purpose
I've had these mounted now for about 950 miles. I mounted them myself with ease and just tire irons. I balanced them with ceramic beads, which have worked awesome. These are an aggressive tire, so they come with the expected on-road nuances. These include the humming of the treads contacting the road surfaces, slight tiny vibrations from the knobbies, and decreased wet weather traction. The vibes really aren't bad below 70mph, but you feel it more in the handlebars above that speed. With a wet ground, I did notice a slight lack of traction with the rear tire when using engine braking to slow down, but nothing crazy. Traction in corners feel great, even more so when they're dry. In the dirt, they track true and straight and honestly, give me probably too much confidence on the big'ol GSA.
July 7, 2015
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Ride:
2015 KTM 1190 Adventure R
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
So far so good . . .
QCRider2 pretty much nailed the review on these tires. The bike seemed to gain a lot of weight pushing it around in the garage with these tires but once moving that mostly all falls away.

These are definitely NOT a Touring Adv tire. Turn in is a bit slower, acceleration on asphalt a bit slower, and there is some vibration on the road. On dirt (though I have not done much yet) they are a HUGH improvement over the OE Battlewings I was running.

I wanted a more aggressive tire to run both sandy NJ Pine Barrens roads and to run unimproved mountain roads in the NY Adirondacks and these appear to be the best fit so far - time will tell once I get more mileage on them.

mounted on 2012 Yamaha Super Tenere.
April 20, 2015
Ride:
2012 Yamaha XT1200Z Super Tenere
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
MC10 Getaway...GREAT tire
Rode this tire now for 3000+miles and it is showing little wear. About 50/50 off and on road. Balanced out great with 2oz Tyre Beads. Fantastics in the mud and on hard rock in the mountains, really good in sand. A tire you can ride with confidence in all situations with a well loaded and heavy bike. This is the 3rd set of Mitas I have had (others were E07 Dakar). This brand is great. Never disappointed. They even corner well on dry pavement. A little squirrelly on wet and tar patches like any off road tire would be. Outstanding
June 15, 2015
Ride:
2012 BMW R1200GS
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Like being on rails in the dirt
Very good grip on the county roads here in Texas. Not sure what the mileage is yet as I am still riding on them.
April 13, 2015
Ride:
2010 Harley Davidson Road Glide Custom FLTRX
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Grip
4 / 5
Tread Life
5 / 5
so far my favorite rear
do yourself a favor and try these if you have an adventure bike and want to be a little more aggressive or get into more technical terrain than what k60s, EO-7, or any middle road tire! i like these better than the Karoo3s and they perform better in dirt and just good on pavement.
September 10, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Inexpensive
Good traction, but seems impossible to balance. As a dual sport tire, so far, its not the best on the road. A lot of wobble, I have had it balanced twice, it may just be a bad casing. Not sure I would run it on the front again.
April 21, 2015
Great tire for the money
I haven't managed to do a lot of riding on this tire yet but so far (after 400 miles) it has performed well on the front of my 650 vstrom on both black top and dirt. Control in loose sand was way better than the Pirelli I had before and handling on blacktop is good with good cornering for a dual sport tire.
Will just have to wait and see how it does on mileage...
February 2, 2016
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