Continental Motion Motorcycle Tires

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The Continental Conti Motion Sport Touring Tire is a great choice, which is why it is one of our top selling motorcycle tires. These rear radial tires are Z-Rated, except for the 160/80-16 and 180/60-16 are R-Rated. This tire works well in year-round conditions with its ability to gain traction in wet or dry environments. For an affordable price, the Conti Motion Sport Touring Tires hold up very well with a newly formulated polymer compound and modern force-oriented tread pattern. These Conti Motion Sport Touring Rear Tires have a 0 degree steel belt construction that provides the rider with nice stability and comfort that makes for a nice ride, even on those longer trips. If you are on a budget but don't want to sacrifice quality, while saving some extra money for gas, these tires make a great choice. Check out our customer reviews, they give their Conti Motion Tires good ratings and recommend them to other riders. For an in-depth review of these tires, check out our video review to see if these are the right tires for you.

  • Outstanding all-around performance radial for year-round use with unmatched levels of wet and dry grip in all conditions
  • Long lasting due to newly formulated polymer compound and modern force-oriented tread pattern
  • 0 degree steel belt construction on the rear tires for the utmost in stability and comfort
  • *160/80-16 R-Rated = GL1500/1800 Fitment*
  • *180/60-16 R-Rated = GL1500/1800 Fitment*
  • for a chance to win a $100 gift card. conti motion yes - back roads rider PA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes

    Pros: price tire life works in the rain

    Cons: slick until scufed in

    was a michelin pilot road fan, but price bike 1050 triuph tiger . back road rider , the more twisty the betteronly super slab if must. tire profile feels little more round than pilot road, but not bad in any way. first 1200 miles still looked new . did 1700 mile trip south, wv. va. tenn . nc.the great back roads on east coast rt 129 58 and tripover hater pass.200 miles in the rain work as good as the 100 dollarsmore tires sold at 4200 miles rear tire 80 gone. front 60 gone better milage pilot roads as the front wood be done at this milage tire psi 30 to35. great tire for money save 100 ride more

    sport touring tires - c hixson PA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes

    Pros: they seem to really stick well with great feel to the bars.

    Cons: haven't found any yet..

    I have an '86 FJ1200, and these have make the bike feel like a completly differant bike. It feels solid under me and goes thru corners like never before. only have aobut 350 miles on them and am waiting to see what milage they give.

    Conti Motions - JimA VT Recommended by Reviewer: Yes

    Pros: great price

    Cons: [None]

    Great price. Have a Conti motion on the rear and it's been fine so far 3000mi. The price made them too good to pass up.

    Conti Motion - Mike K NC Recommended by Reviewer: Yes

    Pros: Low cost very good tire

    Cons: None

    This is the second time I have purchased a Conti Motion tire. The first time was for my cross country trip last year. I wanted to try the Motion because of its price point. As a daily year round rider I go through alot of tires. I would typically use Conti's Road Attacks and have used them for years. I prefer their feel and predictability. On my cross country trip the Motions were subjected to several different surfaces from rural road, highway, dirt road and some minor off road. I was happy to see that the Motion held up just fine and I beleive are comparible to the Road Attack without the higher price. The wear was on par with what I was getting from the Attack as well. I replaced them in Seattle before there time only because I had alot of miles to cover heading East and would have needed to change them somewhere through that section. I did not want to take chances with a worn out tire in the middle of nowhere ND. I consider myself a moderatly agressive rider and subject my tires to various conditions. I am confident in recommending these tires to any typical street rider.

    CONTINENTAL CONTINENTAL MOTION Tire Set 120/70zr17 Front & 180/55zr17 Rear 180 55 17 120 70 17 2 Tire Set
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    • Long lasting due to newly formulated polymer compound and modern force-oriented tread pattern
    • 0¢ª steel belt construction on the rear tires for the utmost in stability and comfort
    • Competitively priced radial
    • Outstanding all-around performance radial for year-round use with unmatched levels of wet and dry grip in all conditions
    2009-06-20 11:25:17 by delayedendeavor

    Need to buy cheap bike. have no clue

    Ill be going into the military in 3 months and im looking to buy a bike that is good for exercise and park trails. i have no clue on what to buy because ive personally never bought a bike. there is no way in hell im paying over $200 for a small piece of aluminum with wheels. i dont understand these bikes going for $500+. personally id buy a motorcycle if i had that kind of cash.
    im 6 foot 4 so the bike needs to be larger. a hybrid mountain/road would be nice. meaning i want shock coils but not huge fat tires and a super heavy mountain bike. help would be much appreciated.

    2009-06-29 13:47:36 by EmailNBheleu

    For what it's worth...

    For those of you interested, here is the e-mail I sent Phil Williams (he's very responsive), and underneath I will post the reply I had from him (yes I asked his permission to post it).
    My e-mail to him:
    While in office, one of the things I hope you could change is the State's stance on obesity, fuel conservation, and cheap transport for the citizens of Alabama. One of the things that stands in the way of all of the above is Alabama's laws concerning motor assisted bicycles which defines any modification to a bicycle such that it is powered by something other than human power to be a motorcycle and thereby subject to all the laws of a motorcycle (turn signals, obtaining a VIN, DOT approved tires, license, etc)


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