Metzeler FIM Approved 6 Days Extreme Tires Available for Advance Purchase...

**Metzeler FIM Approved 6 Days Extreme Tires Available for Advance Purchase in Preparation for International Six Days Enduro, October 10-17


Rome, Ga. - Since 1913, the International Six Days Enduro (ISDE) has been one of the most prestigious events on the FIM calendar and in the motorcycle racing world. The ISDE is truly a worldwide racing affair, traveling throughout the globe annually with various host sites. For 2009, the ISDE will take place in Figueira da Foz, Portugal and in preparation for the world's oldest off-road race, Metzeler Tire is gearing up for another memorable week of action by encouraging all participants to purchase their tires in advance.

The 6 Days Extreme is an FIM and DOT approved tire designed for ISDE competition and used by many of the top competitors competing in the World Enduro Championships. It is seen as the ultimate off-road tire, developed by "World Champion" riders under the most extreme conditions. The tire's new high resistance polyester carcass material with X-ply construction allows for superior structure and excellent puncture resistance. Additionally, knob distribution and geometry is designed to offer outstanding grip and traction with high resistance in all conditions. The premier rubber can be purchased at all local Parts Unlimited dealers and ensures that buyers will have the proper approved tires for the October 10-17 event.

Riders looking to obtain their tires at the ISDE can get information by contacting

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