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Thundercat:
HEllo boys and girls,  been away for a while just enjoying the bike soz. Got a 13 plate roadie  so got cast wheels running on PR5'S , planning a 4-6 week trip to Norway next year or year after, depending on the travel situation.  The pr5's are great but gonna guess not the best off the beaten track.so my question is what would you suggest?? not talking hard enduro here, but off the beaten track , was thinking Mitas e07 + any suggestions opions greatly appreciated.

Djairouks:
Originally Posted by Thundercat HEllo boys and girls,  been away for a while just enjoying the bike soz. Got a 13 plate roadie  so got cast wheels running on PR5'S , planning a 4-6 week trip to Norway next year or year after, depending on the travel situation.  The pr5's are great but gonna guess not the best off the beaten track.so my question is what would you suggest?? not talking hard enduro here, but off the beaten track , was thinking Mitas e07 + any suggestions opions greatly appreciated.

I did Norway on TKC70, absolutely brilliant tires never had any slides even in very wet conditions,
they are also fine off-road for what Norway offers.

Stevie.P:
This seems like a pretty comprehensive review of 80/20 and 50/50 tyres.

Thundercat:
Thanks for the imput,  think gonna have to do some serious research , but it does look like them Michelin Anakee adventure come out well on that video. 

Djairouks:
Originally Posted by Thundercat Thanks for the imput,  think gonna have to do some serious research , but it does look like them Michelin Anakee adventure come out well on that video.

Have these right now and they are very good handling wise, long lasting (4mm left @8500Km) work great
in cold temperatures too, but I don't think I'd tackle proper off-road with these, to me they are 90/10.

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