Prague, November 8, 2019 - Mitas will be present at Agritechnica 2019 in Hanover on stand A04 in hall 20 from November 10 to 16.
At Agritechnica 2019, you can be part of the MTB trial show at the Mitas stand. The Mitas brand, part of the Trelleborg Group, will be offering Agritechnica 2019 visitors a unique show you won’t want to miss.
“We are going to demonstrate that the Mitas brand represents a truly comprehensive tyre portfolio. To prove this, we are inviting fair visitors to a special show full of top riding skills mixed with gravity-defying stunts,” says Mitas Marketing Manager Emil Houška.
Two top Czech mountain bike trial riders – Vlastislav Kabeláč Čiháček and Marek Tryner – will show off their award-winning riding skills on Mitas bicycle tyres at the Mitas stand.
The demonstration by the riders will be held at the Mitas stand four times every day and the cyclists will display their outstanding riding skills on a trial bicycle fitted with Mitas Defender 60-559 (26x2.35) tyres.
Vlastislav Kabeláč Čiháček is a professional rider in the Elite category of the UCI Trials discipline, UCI European Cup winner, ten-time Czech national champion in the Elite category and holder of six Czech national bike jump records.
His achievements include the Guinness World Record for riding up and down Prague’s Petřín Tower’s 299 steps in 11:06 minutes.
Marek Tryner is also a professional Elite category UCI Trials rider. He won the Czech Cup in 2015 and 2016 and was second in the Czech national championships in 2014 and 2016.
Derived from motorcycle trials, bicycle trial riding is an extreme test of handling skills over all kinds of obstacles, both natural and man-made with riders needing to complete a course without their feet touching the ground. For the demonstrations, two difficult obstacles will be constructed on the Mitas stand.
Mitas will be present at Agritechnica 2019 on stand A04 in hall 20 from November 10 to 16.
Mitas, part of the Trelleborg Group, is one of Europe’s leading tyre brands for agricultural machines, construction vehicles, material handling equipment, motorcycles, bicycles and other specialty segments. Mitas tyres are produced in the Czech Republic, the United States, Serbia and Slovenia, and promoted through a global sales and distribution network. www.mitas-tyres.com