Thanks for the info Greenboy. I've used post #45 from this thread as a reference. Mitas are not mentioned there (I’ts an old post). After your post and Google search, Mitas references popped up. They are getting better reviews compared to Hedienau.forget that heidenau. get the mitas e-07 if you want 50/50.
Thanks for mentioning the Wisconsin trail! I was not aware of it. It is fairly local for me and I'd like to give it a try this summer or next. I'm prepping an NC for light trail duty so this would be a good test.Thanks for the info guys. Most likely I’ll go with TKC/Mitas combo. I’m planning to tackle Trans Wisconsin Adventure Trail (I did not use acronym due to the family friendliness of this forum) this spring, but I still need tires that inspire confidence on wet pavement. Of course, being disappointed with Dunlop Trailmax short shelf life, getting 8000 miles out of one set of tires matters as well.
It definitively looks like fun. Based on my couch surfing research, the trail has only one technical portion (deep sand); however, if you choose to up the difficulty level, there are several ATV/dirt bike trails that you can take along the way. Camping grounds are also readily available. Once I start preparing for the trip, I’ll start a new thread.Thanks for mentioning the Wisconsin trail! I was not aware of it. It is fairly local for me and I'd like to give it a try this summer or next. I'm prepping an NC for light trail duty so this would be a good test.