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Find the Pirelli dirt bike tires you’re looking for at Rocky Mountain ATV/MC.com. We have a huge selection to choose from that includes Pirelli tires made for all types of terrains – soft, intermediate and hard, so you get the exact tires that match your riding style. For example, the Pirelli MXH Hard Terrain Tire is specifically designed for hard pack conditions, having a stiff carcass, reduced center knob height and wider contact area for straight line and cornering grip. If you frequently ride on dessert terrain, the Pirelli MXX Super Soft Terrain Tire has a rear paddle design with a bridged tread that’s ideal for deep sand and severe mud use. You can quickly find the Pirelli motorcycle tires that fit your dirt bike by using our online “Tire Finder” which automatically pulls up a variety of tires to choose from once you enter your dirt bike’s make, model and year. We also have a complete line of dirt bike wheels from the best brands, so make sure you purchase high quality wheels to go along with your new dirt bike tires. Once you place your order for Pirelli dirt bike tires, you can rest assured knowing it will be shipped out right away, most tire orders are shipped out the same day their placed. Find the Pirelli tires you need and get them sooner than expected – only at Rocky Mountain ATV/MC.com.
Rick in UT
I decided to go for something new and different. I love Michelin in terms of sticky handling, but was concerned about their seemingly quicker than expected wear. Dunlop gave me the most durability and good traction but tended to slip out sometimes. So I thought I'd give the Pirelli Scorpions a shot. Bad decision. Two rides in and the back tire soon will need replacing likely after a third. Under heavy throttle, it breaks loose far sooner than any tire that's been on the bike, even the Bridgestones that came stock. Front tire gets better marks in terms of handling, and is wearing better than its rear counterpart. But neither tire comes close to the sticky feel of Michelins nor the great combination of good traction and bulletproof durability of the Dunlops. Save your money and skip the Pirellis. Every other tire I've had (Michelin, Dunlop and Bridgestone) is a far better buy and provides way more bang for the buck.Read All Reviews
Tim in AZ
Great cornering traction. Good durability through knarly AZ single track. Fair price as always. Game. Set. Match. Less than 100 miles, started blowing off side knobs. Cornering traction was also greatly reduced. Back to the michelins for front tires.Read All Reviews