Pirelli MT 75 Rear Tire

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Pirelli MT 75 Rear Tire
  • Conventional tire for sporty use of small and medium displacement bikes in all weather conditions
  • Dry and wet grip performance, keeping mileage level thanks to the special compounds

**Note: Tires shown with white letters for advertisement purposes only and will come black wall.

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    Overall Rating: 4.39 of 5

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    What Other Riders Are Saying...

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    I like em

    Few thousand miles on them and they seem to work great.

    Ves - July 12, 2016

    (Homer Glen , IL)

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    Excellent tires

    We run these on a pair of 1st gen Ninja 250s. They were recommended on a Ninja 250 owners website. VERY satisfied with life, braking and handling!

    Baz - June 23, 2015

    (Athens, GA)

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    Fat Guys Wears Out Rear Tires Faster

    Okay maybe not fat but at 240 and 6'4", I am probably bigger than the bike was designed for...Buell P3 Blast. Great grip wet or dry and even good on gravel not so much on mud. Rear is squaring off after 500 miles despite most of those miles being on twisting back roads with decent amounts of leaning back and forth. No complaints. I prefer traction over tread life any day.

    RW - September 19, 2013

    (Rocky Mount, VA)

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    Great for Ninja 250

    On my third set of these tires for my '86 Ninja 250 with 83000 miles (Yes there is still one around). Love them. Get about 10-12k miles out of a set. Holds corners well all the way to the sidewall. I ride nearly all year round and feel that these are a great tire for the money.

    Scott H - May 22, 2013

    (Redmond, OR)

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    New tires for new bike

    Bought a new set of tires after buying my Buell Blast (first bike). For the price, these seem to be great tires. We'll see with the miles!

    ryan - January 29, 2013

    (Poolesville, MD)

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    Great first gen ninja rubber

    I agree with Gene and Heater. Love this tire in my first gen ninja 250. Corners great, stops great, great in rain, dry. On second pair got 12000 out of first set (good pavement here) and rode em hard. Second set is on 8 grand and seem on track to match prior set. Great bang for the buck for a first gen ninja.

    Scott - September 20, 2012

    (Redmond, OR)

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    MT75 / Buell Blast

    One of the few tires you can get for a Buell Blast. The rear tire doesn't last too awfully long, but they're cheap to replace. Traction is good, tire is cheap, so overall not a bad option.

    Robert - June 29, 2012

    (Saratoga, NY)

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    MT 75 rear tire for '05 Kawi Ninja 250

    Good tire for the price. MUCH better than the OEMs that are recommended by the dealership. It may be a different size than the original but it will fit.

    CK - October 3, 2011

    (Columbus, OH)

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    MT75 Pirelli Rear Tire

    This is my 3rd Pirelli MT75 rear for my motorcycle. It's a great tire, but the treadlife is low. I am only averaging around 2500 miles per (and I don't do burnouts). Other than that, the tire is great.

    Reed - August 31, 2011

    (McMinnville, TN)

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    My favorite tires

    I'm just now ordering my fourth set of MT 75's. They're great tires, I've used the 17" ones on my old Aprilia, now the 16" on my Ninja 250. I won't put anything else on this bike. I do wish the rears wore a little longer though.

    Adam - March 25, 2011

    (Raleigh, NC)

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    MT 75 Rear

    Outstanding tire on a 1st gen Ninja 250. Excellent traction wet and dry, smooth predictable breakaway when pushed, very communicative. Only downside and I stress this is the only negative thing is I wore as set out with only 4k miles of normal street riding. Chip seal roads will absolutely tear this tire up. But the price is such that as long as you don't mind swapping them yourself, you can get 2 for the price of one regular street tire.

    Heater - January 27, 2011

    (Spokane, WA)

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    Last a long time

    I have 15k miles on the rear wheel. Get them as a set, they ride much better that way. Be careful of punctures - I have punctured both a front and rear of the MT75 - the soft rubber of the tires is great for cornering, and last a long time, but be careful of nails/screws/sharp metal objects.

    Gene - October 8, 2010

    (New York, NJ)

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    MT 75 rear tire

    Got my girl a new rear tire for her ninja 250. How romantic! Seriously, Motorcycle Superstore had a great price on this tire and it arrived in 4 days. She got it installed and the bike handles great!

    Zeke - May 21, 2010

    (Seattle, WA)

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    Pirelli MT75s on a Ninja 250R

    Bought a set of 16" MT75s for my rat bike project. The old tires were toast and these were rated well by folks who ride street and track days. They were an excellent value - the pair cost less than the rear on my big street bike. They installed and seated on the rim just fine. I put them on with 11" tire irons. I used foaming window cleaner as the bead lube when I spooned them on. After seating the bead, I took the bike for a spin. I was expecting a major handling improvement with fresh tires and I was not disappointed. The bike flicks around like a scooter. I believe I will like these tires a lot.

    Jeff G. - December 28, 2009

    (summerville, SC)