cise steering on any track surface
from chunky to hardpack. For motocross or trail riding, it’s a one-tire-fits-all solution. Kenda’s Scorpion rear
tires provide enough forward bite
in everything except mud, and they
have the easy-to-slide characteristics
needed to go fast on a three-wheeler.
On loamy tracks, they work better
just inside or outside the race line
where the track isn’t packed down.
There may be better back tires for
rock-hard tracks or muddy trails, but
the Scorpions are a great MX tire
choice for trikes. In spite of their beadlocks and reinforcing rings, OMF
did a great job of keeping our rear
wheels light, adding minimally to
rotating mass. They look so awesome
that we don’t want to scuff them.
Thanks to the Race Tech suspension, you can push the X a lot harder
in the rough stuff. The rear end performs better on bumps of all sizes. It’s
more responsive to small impacts,
which lets the rear end hook up well
on chunky, disced track surfaces.
The fork enjoys good, small bump