European maker of Sava tires finds U.S. distributor

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Sava, a Central European manufacturer owned by Goodyear, now has a distributor in the U.S. offering the firm’s motorcycle, scooter and moped tires.

Delticom North America of Portland, Ore., has begun to carry the brand. Delticom is a subsidiary of a European tire retailer and wholesaler, and operates U.S. retailer Tires-easy.com.

Sava has recently launched several new products such as new motocross tires (the Terracross SX10 and SX20), new minicross tires (the Terracross SX30) and new maxi-scooter tires (the MC38 Max Scoot). All are available now.

Sava says that to improve safety of scooter riders, it’s developed a new technology called OGT (Optimal Groove Technology), which is being first applied in the new maxi-scooter tires. “The OGT enables safe riding in all directions,” the company claims in a press release.

But Sava’s “main future project is the development of radial motorcycle tires,” says the company, which will use “its own radial technology.”

Posted by Arlo Redwine

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