Pirelli & Bridgestone Motorcycle Race Tires - Slicks and DOT Race Tires. These are the REAL motorcycle road racing tires, not street tires. Contact us if you have questions on compound choices or other technical questions before your purchase.
AVAILABILITY: We stock a selection of Pirelli and Bridgestone race tires during the TrackAddix track day season, HOWEVER we operate primarily on an AS-ORDERED basis for race tires! This means you order your tires well in advance of when you need them, and we will deliver them to the track at MPH, you can pick up at Ducati Omaha, or we can ship them to you.
Bridgestone - If we don't have the tires in stock you want, we can generally order them for delivery from the warehouse in about a week. We can also have them shipped directly to you (w/shipping fee) from the warehouse.
Pirelli - If we don't have the tires in stock you want, it may be a WHILE before we can get them to you! Pirelli does not offer on-demand tire orders for us, we generally get a large Pirelli shipment once a month and that's it. Pirelli also will not ship tires directly to you, they have to be shipped to us and then we ship to you or bring to the MPH track for you. We normally try to time that large monthly order to get tires coming that are needed for the NEXT upcoming TrackAddix event about 2 weeks ahead of time. So if you need Pirelli tires, order well in advance for the best availability! For a TrackAddix event, get your tire orders in at least 2 weeks before the event for the best luck.
If you need tires in less than a few weeks, it's best to check with us BEFORE ordering to see what we have in stock. Our tires are stocked at Ducati Omaha, please contact the Ducati Omaha Parts Department for tire stock at email@example.com or text 402-207-2528 or call 402-408-4400 during biz hours (10-6 tues-fri, 10-3 sat).
BASELINE tire pressures for Bridgestone R11 Race Tires:
These pressures are HOT off the warmers after 45 minutes, and please note if you are coming from the prior generation R10 race tires, these pressures are different and especially the rear R11's have a stiffer carcass and therefore run a lower pressure than the R10's required. If you are not running tire warmers and need to set the pressures cold, drop 2 lbs. front / 3 lbs. rear below these guidelines to start with and then check the pressures hot off the track after at least a few laps at pace.