The doubled Custombike Premiere
Thunderbike FXDR meets Metzeler CRUISETEC™
Rocket Shot means in the German language as much as “rocket launch”. Of course you can best present a rocket launch in such a connection at the Custombike Show exhibition. This weekend, from 30th to 2nd December, you will find this FXDR model at the stand of the tyre manufacturer Metzeler, which is presenting its latest product for cruisers, choppers, custom bikes and heavy touring motorcycles for the first time. For the first time this ThunderBIKE features the brand new rear light and turn signal combination for Harley-Davidson FXDR models. This combination will soon go into series production as an ECE approved bolt-on part and will be available in our online shop. Also our custom conversion Black Power was equipped with the special Metzeler CRUISETEC™ tires and can be seen at the booth of the tire manufacturer.
Thanks to the trend-setting combination of a new tyre contour, a modern tread design and a bi-compound compound for the custom touring segment, the CRUISETEC™ offers experienced and young motorcyclists riding fun at the highest level – according to the credo: “Performance Perfected”. The most important advantages of the new CRUISETEC™ for the rider are:
- Fun with “performance cruising” – in concrete terms this means: excellent grip and traction – both in corners and on straights – thanks to a bi-compound compound on the rear tyre.
- Consistent performance – Compared to other V-Twin tyres, CRUISETEC™ offers a greater curvature of the tyre contour. This makes the tyre rounder and therefore more agile and handy when cornering. The adjusted tyre contour makes the tyre more uniform, offering consistent handling and high performance throughout its life.
- Uniform and simple driving feel – best handling, precise line selection and direct feedback in all driving situations (also in wet conditions) and especially in tilted position.
- High confidence and safety – the modern tread design combined with a high silica content provides excellent dry and wet grip, a shorter warm-up phase and effective interaction with electronic assistance systems (e.g. ABS, traction systems).