NEW ! Terraforce EH Double Green Extreme Enduro Super Gummy 140 x 18-“PRO” VERSION


 NEW  “PRO” VERSION- Improved Performance !

Several years of testing by MITAS has produced this new “PRO” VERSION of the world famous TF 140 Double Green Super Gummy Low Knob          140 x 18 Extreme Enduro tyre.

The PRO Version has improved  performance over the Standard TF140 DG, by way of its new 2 ply super compliant Carcass which is much more flexible and improves its performance on Rocks and Tree Roots. First tested with great results at  Erzberg  in 2024, it has proven to be the new European standard in  Low Knob Extreme Gummies.

Still NOT suitable for deep muddy North Island Extreme terrain due to lower height knobs- (use MHDG, XT754 SG /C16 DG for that -as they have FULL height knobs- DG= Double Green compound)  – but that lower knob height of the TF140 DG is part of its high performance package for all other conditions especially round boulder/ rock sheet/creekbed and tree roots-along with its super gummy knob compound.

Particularly suited to South Island conditions and especially “ORIGINAL NUTBUSTER” event type races-having now won that event TWICE (incl 2021)

NOTE: NOT recommended for North Island Extreme Enduros (Deep Mud) -due to the low knob height configuration.

If a full Gummy is required in the North Island events -then use the NEW “MHDG “-or the NEW C16 DG.

Available only in size 140 x 18 but actually fits up at big 120 size and volume.

Mousse or Tubliss strongly recommended for maximum performance.

Also available in Single Green (Semi-gummy  version) in limited numbers. (See separate listing)

NOTE : Both Single 14o and Double Green NON Pro 140 size  Versions now back in stock in extremely limited numbers only-OR go on the waitlist for the PRO Version.-No Deposit required.-Use the CONTACT US form to get on the Waitlist

NOTE: Do not price compare our TF140 Double Green Extreme tyres to the budget Michelin Starcross range in NZ.

MICHELINS Premium Extrem Gummy Equivalent to our top tyre is $375 NZD – and thus is not even imported into NZ .




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