Mar 3, 2013
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With Moto3 firmly established in Grand Prix racing and production 250cc four-stroke racebikes hitting the market, Pirelli’s newest slicks are designed to fit the smallest GP bikes. Aimed at machines like the Honda NSF250R and the KTM Moto3 250 GPR, the slicks were developed in Italian and Spanish Moto3 competition. The front is a 100/70-17 and the rear a 125/70-17. The front comes in a single SC1 compound, while the rear is available in three compounds, and full rains are available. Suggested retail starts at $290 per set, from Pirelli racing tire distributors. For more information, contact Pirelli at Pirelli Tire LLC, Dept. RW, 100 Pirelli Dr., Rome, GA 30161-7000, (800) 747-3554), .