Continental Tires Motorcycle Conti

High Performance Classic Racing Tire

New development in all common dimensions and extra CR versions which offer even more grip, better feedback and lower temperatures on the rear wheel while racing.

Extraordinary light handling with outstanding grip curve stability.

Exceptional control of riding performance and optimal feedback in the limit range.

0°-steel belt construction on the front and rear for higher stability and feedback when braking into and accelerating out of curves.

Good cold grip and quick tire warm-up through a newly developed Black Chili tread compound, specially designed for Classic Endurance Racing.

Traction Skin provides an extremely safe and short tire break in. This is possible due to the revolutionary raw tread surface, which is the result of a new mold coating technology which eliminates the need for tire-release agents.

Approved Continuous Compound Technology ensures high mileage and maximum grip in extreme lean angles.
BelTrading and Consulting Ltd

Continental ContiMotion Sport/Touring Motorcycle Tire Rear 190/50-17
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  • Brand new concept radial for the entry level market
  • Safe and reliable feedback on both dry and wet roads
  • Value for money mileage due to new formulated polymers in the compound
  • 0° Steel-belt construction on the rear for excellent stability and ride comfort
2007-10-29 20:20:33 by supertireguy

Any New Tire Will Be Good

All new motorcycle tires from any of the major manufacturers will be good in the wet/dry. Any recommendations of one tire over another is basically just personal preference. In other words all your choices are good choices.
* Sport Tire Options *
Avon Viper Sport
Bridgestone BT014/015
Continental Sport Attack
Dunlop Qualifier
Metzeler M3 Sportec
Michelin Pilot Power & PP2CT
Pirelli Diablo & Corsa III
* Sport-Touring Tire Options *
Avon Storm ST
Bridgestone BT021
Continental Road Attack
Metzeler Z6 Roadtec
Michelin Pilot Road & PR2CT
Pirelli Diablo Strada

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