I ran Mitas E-07 Dakar front and rear for 10,000 miles. They did all I asked of them. I'm not a knee dragger. They did well in all weather conditions, pavement, gravel, mud, except babyhead rocks
Agreed, I do love the Anakee 3 as well. They have great grip and aren’t bad on gravel.I became a big fan of the Michelin Anakee 3. I am on my first set, already with 13,000 kms, lots of tread left. On a recent trip to North Carolina & Tennessee they performed very well on dry and wet pavement. Very noisy tires, but I use ear plugs and hope they can scary the deers on the Ontario backroads I ride mostly.