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The METZELER 2020 calendar, entitled "METZELER EXTREME", pays tribute to the heroes of extreme enduro competition

Alongside the 26th METZELER Classic calendar, celebrating the two-wheeled racing world with black and white images, the theme this year is dedicated to the world of extreme enduro

Munich (Germany), 17 December 2019 – The METZELER 2020 CALENDAR also this year is presented in two versions: the ‘Classic’ one, now in its 26th edition and featuring historical black and white shots of two-wheeled competitions, and the version called "METZELER EXTREME" which is dedicated to the extreme enduro world where the German tyre brand can boast a decades-long success story.

METZELER Extreme 2020 September October

Extreme 2020 September-October

Since its foundation in the late nineteenth century, the METZELER brand combines expertise and commitment to develop cutting-edge competition tyres that allow riders to face the greatest challenges and experience memorable and rewarding experiences. The distinctive elements of extreme enduro competitions embrace the theme of experience, lived through by riders in the fight through hostile terrain and conditions, pushing themselves and their bikes to the limit. Nowadays extreme enduro events are among the most exciting motorsport events in the world, also thanks to the spectacular landscapes that frame them. From insurmountable mountain peaks to open pit mines, from narrow city lanes to old industrial ruins: these are the very landscapes that inspired the creation of this calendar, dedicated to all the heroes who contributed to the growth of the extreme enduro discipline for years.
The search for entertainment and performance that emerges from these images represents the connection with the timeless charm of the CLASSIC calendar, which this year offers curious images of moments away from the spotlight: from the shot depicting a group of Honda mechanics on a lunch break during the Grand Prix d'España (May / June), to the photograph of a rider at the check point before departure at the International Six Days Trial (ISDT) (September / October).

METZELER Classic 2020 May June

Classic 2020 May-June

The Metzeler calendar was born in 1994 as the Metzeler Classic and since its inception has presented black and white historical images dedicated to the most beautiful moments of international motorcycling. Then from 2010, METZELER's Classics calendar began to support a thematic calendar with images that share a theme considered important for the brand. Among the most popular editions we recall the first thematic calendar dedicated to MOCLA, the Cuban Classic Motorcycle Club with photographs by Michael Lichter. In 2012 it was the turn of the tribute to Japan and in 2014 the METZELER calendar was dedicated to one of the leading activities of the German brand, namely the world of Road Racing.
The edition of the METZELER 2020 CALENDAR presents 14 photographs with descriptions in English. The photos of the extreme enduro thematic calendar come from the archives of Red Bull Media House GmbH, Austria, while those in the Classic version are part of the photographic archive of Text & Technik Verlag in Weissach, Germany. The calendar was printed double-sided in a limited edition of 5000 copies by Grafiche Antiga SpA on very high quality paper with dimensions 49.5 x 34.5 cm. The cover photo of the Extreme Enduro version was printed on rough-effect laminated paper located in the areas showing off-road terrain.

METZELER Extreme 2020 Cover

Extreme 2020 Cover


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Metzeler Communication Department

Flavia Maffeis
Business Unit Moto
Global Media & Digital Communication Manager
+39 366 6106 858

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