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Offline RynhardtNel

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Mitchellin anakee adventure
« on: June 17, 2019, 12:47:22 pm »
Hi Guys

Any info on the Mitchellin Anakee Adventure. Roadholding, road noise etc and expecially kilos that can be achieved with normal driving

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Re: Mitchellin anakee adventure
« Reply #1 on: June 26, 2019, 06:37:38 pm »
As far as I know the Anakee Adventure, technically replaces the old Anakee 2....so I do believe it will have similar capabilities, if not better.

Anakee Wild competes with Metzeler Karoo 3
Anakee Adventure competes with Metzeler Tourance, Pirelli Scorpion Trail
Anakee 3 competes with Metzeler Tourance Next, Pirelli Scorpio Trail 2 and the likes
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Re: Mitchellin anakee adventure
« Reply #2 on: November 13, 2019, 12:21:09 pm »
Hi Guys

Any info on the Mitchellin Anakee Adventure. Roadholding, road noise etc and expecially kilos that can be achieved with normal driving

Regards

I put on a pair since 95% I ride tar, but do need to go offroad sometimes to reach some places I go.
I absolutely love them (though I cannot comment on noise since I'm a kinda deaf).
On tar super comfortable, awesome grip and turn just right.  Was in a rush one night and did 200-210 for some distance with panniers on, all good.
On dry packed gravel ... no issues at all.  Obviously you wont go through corners hard given its not knobbles, but I've been doing some speeds I'd rather not mention on gravel.
Mud and sand it show not being an off-road tyre (obviously) and struggled a good few km's with m y legs on the  ground on a muddy road a while back.  Wasn't fun

Mileage: After 3 years of knobbles my mind is blown.  8000km (which included a 2500km road trip) and they still got more left than gone.  I nearly want to say they still like new.  (sick!!!!)
 

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Re: Mitchellin anakee adventure
« Reply #3 on: November 13, 2019, 03:36:21 pm »
Good Tyre. From racetrack to gravel.
 

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Re: Mitchellin anakee adventure
« Reply #4 on: November 18, 2019, 08:06:18 pm »
Sorry, misread the story. My comment refers to Karoo Streets.