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alan in Connecticut
Love the Pirelli Scorpion XCs M/S ,GREAT knob flex on roots/rocks.hooks great on hard terrain (front side knobs will crack on constant solid rock terrain)Lightweight carcass gives excellent feedback&feel to the picky rider.works great in loamy conditions. No doubt one of the best set of tires I have used in 35 yrs of riding.Read All Reviews
PATRICK in GA
Dunlop is the best dirt bike tire available! I've been riding every sunday for about 3 months on this tire. Really throws a roost when brand new. It has great traction. It has started to show a little wear, but still has lots of life. I highly recomend this tireRead All Reviews
Tim in AZ
This is a go to tire for me. It wears quickly, but that's expected due to soft terrain tire. I'd rather buy a tire like this that has tons of traction, than something harder that might last an additional 6 rides.Read All Reviews
Randy in CO
Meh....I have had better for less. I live in the high Rockies and thought these would do well in the loose gravel. Normally can get a season from a tire, this didn't make it all the way. I rode the last month of trails on a fairly de-knobbed tire. Shinko will continue to be my go to. Inexpensive, last the longest for how hard I am in these deep double black single tracks in the 10k plus altitudes. If on a good sale buy this one, but there are better for the price.Read All Reviews
Jeremy in CA
I decided to give these tires a shot based on the positive reviews. I do mostly trail riding in the mountains and run between 10-14psi depending on conditions. They do track well in rocks, roots, and intermediate terrain. The things I'm not so stoked on have to do with wear and traction specifically on the rear tire. Although the rear stays in line and grabs well through rocks and roots like I was saying before, it does not hook up so well on dry hard pack sections of the trail. It's hard to really be aggressive coming out of a corner because the back end wants to break lose or slide out. I will say that it's fairly predictable though. The other potential issue is wear. I'm not sure if I just didn't pay close enough attention to the knob height when it was brand new, but after only 5 hours or so, they seem pretty worn down and rounded off.Read All Reviews