Motoz invented the Hybrid tyre concept, and in 2014 the Mountain Hybrid won multiple industry awards, including runner-up for Most Innovative Product of the Year (American International Motorcycle Expo – 2014).
The Mountain Hybrid Tyre has traction characteristics of a trials tyre, with the dimensions of a serious off road enduro tyre to maintain the bike’s handling characteristics.
This new Hybrid concept in off-road tyres combines the DNA of a trials tyre and a serious off-road tyre.
This new design concept works on a flexible tread concave and lock system, to give increased traction without the need to use a super soft rubber compound, while avoiding punctures at low inflation pressures. The MOTOZ Mountain Hybrid tyre climbs like a trials tyre, but handles corners, creek crossings, sand, and rocks like a regular DOT off-road tyre. Constructed like a trials tyre, but with reinforced sidewalls to allow lower inflation pressure when riding in off-road and mountain conditions.
- Natural rubber rich
- Awesome traction in a wide variety of conditions
- Dimensions of an off road tyre to maintain the bike’s handling characteristics
- Each tread block has deep sypes for extra trials-like grip
- Great wear life
- Reversible Rear
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