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Pirelli Scorpion Trail Dual Sport Rear Tire
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Pirelli Scorpion Trail Dual Sport Rear Tire

  • 95% on road, 5% off road
  • New revolutionary tread pattern combines high performance with very innovative look
  • Specially designed for the latest generation of high performance trail bikes
  • Patented 0 degree steel belt technology on front and rear radial sizes provides maximum stability and excellent handling on every kind of terrain even when fully loaded
  • Latest generation of materials for a new compound which provides maximum grip in every weather condition, the ideal balance between mileage, grip and wet trust
  • Profile with progressive radii for support at all angles of lean
  • Variable thickness 0° steel belt for stability in all conditions
  • Low molecule size resins used for high torsional elasticity and optimized grip on wet and dry surfaces
  • DOT approved
  • TL is Tubeless Tire
  • TT is Tube Type Tire

Note: G Spec tire has reinforced side wall for heavier bikes and is OE for BMW F800GS. K Spec tire is OE for 2013 Ducati Hyperstrada.

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Pirelli Scorpion Trail Dual Sport Rear Tire 4.3 5 35 35
Good ROAD Tire This came stock on my Tiger800 and is a pretty good road tire. When I say road, I mean nice, smooth asphalt. For me, any imperfections, potholes, seams, etc. are a nightmare with this tire. The tire has caused me to lay my bike down twice at low speeds. I think it is great for nice road use but I have no confidence at all on rough surfaces. March 10, 2014
Great mixed use tire. Bought this as a replacement rear for my Honda CB500X. First one wore out at only 4200 miles. Been keeping this one at 42psi and it is wearing much better with 2000 miles so far. For the price I'd prefer a dual compound for better durability. Tire is only labelled as 5% offroad but has surprising grip on dirt and loose gravel. March 3, 2014
Good for what it is This tire is good for what it is. It is not a real off road tire nor is it a sport tire. It is a comprise of the two leaning much more to the road/sport category. I don't have any real complaints. I got a about 14000k out of mine. That was probably 35% city and commuting with the rest touring and weekend hooning around on the curvy roads. I ride a 1200 Multistrada. It handles well in the rain. I never got any shocks when riding in some pretty heavy rain. I only had it off pavement a few times on packed beach road with quiet a bit of sand. They seemed ok fir that. I am not much of an off road type rider though. January 27, 2014
A good tire for mostly street riding, able to handle fireroads I run Scorpion Trails on my Buell Ulysses, and regularly take it down fire roads and trails. These tires are great on dry gravel, but do not handle well in mud. They're great on the road, which is why they are the tire I use 95% of the time for this bike. When anticipating riding in mud, I switch out to TKC80's. March 3, 2014
Good all around tire. Bought this tire for a friend's F800 GS. Really like the overall performance for 80% + road with long dirt / gravel tracks. December 23, 2013
Long lasting I got these tires as stock since Feb 2013, I am planning to change tires to something more off road than as to road bias tires. After 20,000KM on these tires, its threads shows it can go for another 3-6 more months if I don't abuse it. I've been on 1,000km trips two ways on these tires for 10 hours straigh on each way, that's 2,000KM/20hours! Still the tires shows its strengths. Downside is, when its raining, you have to careful on the bends and braking, it's slippery at times. Besides that, these tires has made memories! December 5, 2013
Poor treat life Tire does not last long on multistrada 1200 or Gs 1200 best I could do was 3000 miles if your looking for this type of tire the tourance is a much better choice November 5, 2013
great tire I normally ride sport bikes with really good performance tires. I've switched to a f800gs, the bike came with these tires. With the 21" front and "trail" tires I was not expecting much but they are great. I've done 1000 miles and think they have really good grip. I even did a 24 mile dirt trail with them and made it to the other side! October 28, 2013
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Zachary G: Because...it's what my Tiger 800 has...and I like it....Stupid flats.... Apr 16, 2014
Michael Jason B: I live on an island, so i need a tire that can withstand some coral road. The matching front tire that I had bought is holding up pretty well. Apr 3, 2014
Daniel B: I've always run Kenda's for my dual-sport, but recently put some Pirelli Angel GTs on my superbike and was impressed with the brand. Even though these Pirellis are much pricier than the Kendas, I hope to have increased performance and mileage. Mar 30, 2014
Gary J: OEM tire and I like it Mar 12, 2014
Roger R: Excellent tire, you get better traction in dirt roads than a complete on road tire, I got around 8,500 kms commuting and medium distance trips. Feb 13, 2014
Jeff F: These were the stock tires on my bike. They were good enough so I went with them again. Nov 26, 2013
Chaloemphon S: I heard for my friends said "It is very good tire.". Oct 23, 2013
Aaron B: This tire came stock on my 2012 triumph tiger 800. It has good grip in both wet and dry conditions, and in the little bit of off-road riding that I have done it has done fine. I have seen complaints about it not lasting that long, That hasn't been a problem for me; I have gotten just over 10000 miles out of mine. Oct 19, 2013
Christopher S: My tires are bald! Oct 2, 2013
Alec M: To replace the same tire which got a nail in it. Sep 2, 2013
A shopper asked: If my stock tire is a 120/90 could I fit the 130/90 on the same (dr650) rim? Jan 30, 2014
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Nathanael A: If both tires are 17 inch than yes the 130 should fit the rim, but may not fit inside the swing arm. The 130/90 is a wider and larger diameter tire so the width might not fit and you will be going faster then the speedometer says if you get it to fit. Also, the 130 tire also has more mass so it will reduce your acceleration a little. I try and stick with stock sizes, but if you can't find the stock size or are going for the wider tire look I would go for it. Before you do, just note how much clearance you have between the current tire and your swing arm.

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Jan 31, 2014
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Bernard M: I'm not sure about this. Best to email Pirelli, they should be able to advise you as to fitment. Feb 18, 2014
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A shopper asked: I have a 2006 Buell Ulysses and have gone through a set of Pirelli Scorpion Trails. 6500 miles and very impressed. 4500 miles of that was tripping through Colorado and Montana packed with gear. My question is the justification of $110 more for the Conti Trail Attacks. Can expect better millage from them? Any thoughts would be appreciated. Thank you, Lon Apr 14, 2012
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Lowell G.: I have a set of Pirelli Scorpion Trails on my KTM 690 Enduro. I also have a set of 19/17 Continental Road Attack 2s. The comparison is not exactly the same as your question, but I have been very happy with both. The Road Attacks make the bike handle like a supermoto. The Pirellis are much more of an all around tire. Jul 5, 2012
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RevZilla: The Continental Trail Attacks have a slightly harder tread compound, which may marginally increase life of the rear. Many factors contribute to tire wear, your right hand being the worst offender. May 10, 2012
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A shopper asked: It says G spec has a reinforced sidewall for heavier bikes. R1200GS is aproximately 520lbs wet. Does it require G-spec? Jul 29, 2012
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RevZilla: The BMW GS would qualify as a heavy dual-sport, especially if you do a lot of loaded touring or two-up riding. Aug 1, 2012
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