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Pirelli Scorpion Pro Rear Tire Wetstinkydog - it stung my friends! "I'm new at the sport and getting this tire gave me an edge up on my friends. Well, until I just recommended it to them. Also, it goes with my Italian boots, Hahhaha Brappppp!!!!!"
Get a Grip
If you're looking for grip, look no further.
Pirelli tires have been around longer than any of us have been alive. Founded in 1872 by Giovanni Battista Pirelli, the fifth-largest tire manufacturer in the world is keeping people safely on the road in more than 160 countries. Known for their efforts on cars and the auto racing circuit, Pirelli is quickly developing the same reputation for its line of motorcycle tires.
Crafted with the same high quality, performance and reliability as their automobile line of tires, Pirelli tires are developed specifically for racing and allow motorcycles to maximize performance and acceleration while maintaining sustainability and security. Pirelli has the longest single-tire supply agreement in the history of motorsport - now in its 10th season - and is being lauded for its innovation to move from 16.5 to 17-inch tires. Pirelli supplies track tires for the World Challenge Championships and the Motocross World Championships.
Ducati awarded its 2010 Best Product Innovation Award to Pirelli for their development of the Scorpion Trail tires for the Ducati Multistrada and the Diablo Rosso II in the new 240/45 ZR17 size for the Ducati Diavel. In 2011, United States Pirelli was awarded with Best Performance Tire and Excellence in Design Award.
MotoSport Offers Wide Selection
Pirelli offers a long history of innovation and commitment to the road and that's why MotoSport carries an enormous stock of styles and sizes to suit your needs. Whether you ride a dirt bike, sport bike or cruiser, our selection of Pirelli rear tires, front tires and dual sport DOT tires are available in a number of sizes and come direct from the factory.
Get the largest selection of Pirelli tires to your door and free shipping on any order over $79 from MotoSport!