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Pirelli dual sport motorcycle tires in multiple sizes with the best prices.
lenville in MA
Was going to buy Metzler Tourance Next cause I loved them on my DRZ400SM but they don't make a 160/60/17. So I bought these to replace oem tires that came on my bike. Stock rear tire only lasted 3000 miles. Mileage is greatly improve, got 6500 miles before I hit the wear bar and replaced it. Front is still going.... Grip dry/wet is awesome. Hit a ridiculous thunder storm while commuting home and the bike felt perfectly planted while cruising at 75-80mph. Off road performance is decent. I did think the Metzler T.N. I previously had gave you a little more forward drive but that might just be the power difference between the 2 machines.Read All Reviews
Dan in PA
Replaced the Dunlop MX 52's that came on my bike with this rear. I couldn't deny reviews on this and many other pages. Only 1 ride on tire so far but it had fantastic hook up and rode well. Ride was on Rock, hard pack, and mud/ roots. Tire shows no wear.Read All Reviews
Jane in FL
Bought these when I replaced tires on 2013 WR250R. Fit perfectly. Put on the front of a WR250R. Worked great in sugar sand and mud.Read All Reviews
Brendan in PA
Cupped a lot when I had to do some extended road use and became VERY weavy when it did. Great off-road tire where you will have some road use. Lasted me ~2000 miles of 70/30 road/dirt.Read All Reviews
Peter in NV
I put new MT21's to attend the Flying Monkey Adventure in Southern Utah. The terrain was mostly soft and very sandy in places. At 20 psi single and 25 psi two up, the tires handled much better off road than the Kenda Big Blocks they replaced. The Kenda's are a better street tire because of it's bigger blocks and smooth to the touch surface, but the MT21's are much better in the dirt. I was able to do sandy hill climbs that the Kenda's wouldn't do. and the front tire turns in fine where the Kenda would tuck in soft terrain. After about 400 miles in easy terrain and asphalt, single and two up, the tires show little wear on the rear and none on the front. I can't comment on tread life yet but since the knobs are smaller, closer to a dirt bike tire, I don't expect them to last very long in the Las Vegas area where I live.Read All Reviews