Pirelli MT21 Rear Tire

$136.99 - $147.99
$86.99 - $103.99
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Pirelli MT21 Rear Tire
Pirelli MT21 Rear Tire
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  • Please note: Tire sizes vary by ride, please check your current tire and wheel sizes before placing the order. If you have any questions, please call Customer Service at 1-888-676-8853.

A tire designed to reach the most remote destinations, but effective also for daily use on busy roads.

  • Developed for globe trotting motorcyclists and rally specialists who are looking for maximum flexibility of use, from the dunes of the desert to wide-ranging tourism on asphalt roads.
  • A flexible carcass to ensure high stability and precision in setting and following trajectories.
  • An optimized tread for use on dirt tracks and gravel, cross country racing and in the desert.
  • High performance off road and the blocks have greater resistance to tearing thanks to the specific compound.
  • Carcass materials with high resistance: High resistance to punctures - safe use off road also on the hardest rocky roads.
  • Compound derived from motocross: Blocks highly resistant to tearing - high performance off road even after intensive use.
  • Effective block layout: Continual contact with all kinds of surface - effective traction on all surfaces.
  • 90% off-road / 10% on-road design.
  • DOT approved.
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Location: Austin, TX, USA
Better than D606 on my KLX250S

I replaced a rear D606 with this tire. I found the off-road performance as good as the D606 in dry sand, hard pack and rocks. Not as good in mud.

On the street, the MT21 is far superior to the D606, which I found to be a dangerous tire, especially for cornering. The D606 will slide out suddenly with no warning with very little lean angle, but the MT21 lets you lean further, and loses grip only gradually, so you have a warning and a chance to correct.

The D606 wears slightly better than the MT21, but I'm up to 5,000 miles on the MT21.

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Joshua 2 years ago Location: Franklinton, NC 27525, USA
Hey i wondered about the tires capability in mud?
i live around rural north carolina and theres lots of mud where i love to ride but i wanna know how these tires might perform in it
MotoSport Staff Expert
2 years ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
These tires would be more for dirt tracks and gravel, cross country racing and in the desert. They are meant really for hard terrain, not for soft or muddy terrain. The knobby pattern on the tire is closely spaced so if you were to ride with these in muddy conditions the mud would pack in between the knobs very quickly an leave you with little traction. For muddy conditions you would want to look into a soft or soft-intermediate terrain tire with more widely spaced knobbies.
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