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  • Pirelli MT21 Dual Sport Rallycross

    Pirelli MT21 Dual Sport Rallycross

    David in NJ

    Good all around tire!

    These tires were OEM on my bike, and I got 6000 miles out of them. I'm not easy on them ether. I accelerate hard on the pavement, and keep them spinning in the dirt. Ridden in the mountains, sand/pine forests, and the streets of Daytona Bike Week. I'm very hard on the front brake too, which makes the center knobs wear out funny. Can be shaky on the Interstate (Not "Death Wobble" Shaky), just enough to get a little funny handling on the front. I chalk half of that up to the bike being so light, compared to a normal street bike though. I don't feel it anymore ether since I installed a steering stabilizer. Knock-On-Wood, No Flats Ether! Didn't give it 5 stars just because no dual-sport tire is perfect handling in both dirt & street applications.

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  • Pirelli MT16 Garacross Intermediate Terrain

    Pirelli MT16 Garacross Intermediate Terrain

    Greg in WA

    Best tire so far

    I have tried other brands but keep coming back to these. Excellent grip throughout the life of the tire and the lifespan is pretty good as well. Performs well in all conditions and excels in the rocks and roots of the pacific Northwest. The rear in particular has a very tall sidewall which may help reduce pinch flats.

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  • Pirelli MT 43 Pro Trials Tire

    Pirelli MT 43 Pro Trials Tire

    TIM in BC

    MT43 - Great tire

    Full disclosure I have some trials experience. This tire is incredible if you know its limits, muddy/cruddy braking you need to compensate on the front brake as the rear tread can pack up which, if even you're not a skilled racer this is still totally controllable. Tubliss works great, I ran 6 PSI on an XR400 in Moab and hooks up like a trials bike, in wet/rooty and muddy BC (on the same bike) this tire still works fantastically . As many have posted , if you want to roost buddies, tear up dirt and spread cow pies, have poor clutch/throttle control this is not your tire, but if you can drive a trials tire or if you want to know how to use a trials tire to better your skills - this is the cats whiskers!

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  • Pirelli Scorpion MX 32 Soft To Mid Terrain

    Pirelli Scorpion MX 32 Soft To Mid Terrain

    Anthony in WV

    Toast

    3 rides on the tire and it was time for a new one...guess it just couldn't handle the torque of my son's bike or I got a defective tire

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  • Pirelli Scorpion XC Mid To Hard Terrain

    Pirelli Scorpion XC Mid To Hard Terrain

    ANDY in OR

    Under 500 miles and I'm shopping for a new tire!

    Nice traction and handling. BUT tire is gone at 500 mile mark of dual sport riding...most on the trail or fireroads

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  • Pirelli Scorpion MX eXTra -X- Soft To Mid Terrain

    Pirelli Scorpion MX eXTra -X- Soft To Mid Terrain

    GARY in AZ

    I like this tire.

    When the tire is new, it seems to wear pretty fast. I then seems to slow down once it's worn in and seems to last quite a while. I got 800 miles on the last one. Granted, it was pretty well shot at 800, but not unsafe to ride.

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