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Dan in ID
Has really good traction in mud, sandy, trails, and road. Huge knobbies, should last a while. Only bad thing is the price tag. Well worth it so far.Read All Reviews
Patrick in NY
I bought a Pirelli Scorpion XCMH back tire for my KTM. After 3 rides the tire is almost done. It was used only in trail rides, with roots and some rocks. The traction wasn't that good and I had to ride it at 9 psi to actually get good traction. They must have changed the compound since everybody says it's a good tire. It's really really bad, I will never buy again Pirelli tires..Read All Reviews
Charles in AZ
I bought front and rear tires for rocky jeep trails and single track. The front tire has really impressed me. It works okay in soft terrain (i.e., sand) and is great on hardpack and rocks. The side knobs do not chunk when riding at speed in very rocky terrain. This is the first tire I can say that about. The rear tire works great in rocks, and gets very good traction on hard pack, but performs so poorly in sand that it is not useable in AZ. I got hung up on hill climbs that I had never had problems with before due to the poor performance in soft terrain. I took it off after two rides, and put on an IT rear with the EN front. Nice combination for my Summer riding.Read All Reviews
Michael in NV
Mounted a new tire for my 04 YZ250 and it works well. Holds up to desert riding better than a MX tire and last longer. I ride mostly rough desert and worry about flats. $ rides and still running strong. Don't forget a new tube!!Read All Reviews