Continental Conti Trail Attack 2 Adventure Touring Dual Sport Radial Rear Tire

Continental Conti Trail Attack 2 Adventure Touring Dual Sport Radial Rear Tire
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Continental Conti Trail Attack 2 Adventure Touring Dual Sport Radial Rear Tire - Details

The Continental Conti Trail Attack 2 are specially developed road suitable enduro tires for big and powerful dual sport motorcycles. These adventure touring tires are engineered to meet the demands of todays powerful, high performance adventure touring/enduro machines.

  • 85% on-road and 15% off-road dual sport radial tire
  • MultiGrip Technology controls the properties of a single compound to deliver the benefits of a multi-compound tire without the abrupt transition between the different compounds
  • Flexibility in the shoulders for added grip and a wear resistant central tread area for mileage, all with homogeneous grip grading
  • RainGrip silica optimized compound for superior wet grip, right down to the microscopic level of the road surface
  • Improved grip also in wet conditions combined with an excellent mileage on long trips due to an innovative touring compound
  • 0 degree steel belted construction on the rear tire for enhanced stability and comfort, even at high speeds and with large payloads
  • TractionSkin technology provides an extremely safe and short tire break in due to its revolutionary micro-rough tread surface
  • Adventure touring tire for many BMW and KTM bikes, as well as Honda NC700X and Kawasaki Versys
  • This motorcycle tire is tubeless
  • Tire sizes 130/80R-17 and 140/80R-17 are H rated for speeds up to 130 mph
  • Tire sizes 150/70R-17 and 170/60R-17 are V rated for speeds up to 149 mph
  • Tire sizes 150/70ZR-18 is W rated for speeds up to 168 mph
  • Tire sizes 160/60ZR-17, 180/55ZR-17, and 190/55ZR-17 are (W) rated for speeds over 168 mph

Note: Wheel sold separately.

Available in the following motorcycle tire sizes: 130/80R-17, 140/80R-17, 150/70R-17, 160/60ZR-17, 170/60R-17, 180/55ZR-17, 190/55ZR-17, and 150/70ZR-18

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Continental Conti Trail Attack 2 Adventure Touring Dual Sport Radial Rear Tire - Reviews

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Third set in the mail
5
First, I am not a knee dragger, I don't do track days and I commute 70 miles a day 5-6 days a week in the SF Bay Area, year 'round.
Two years ago I ordered the first set of Conti Trail Attack II tires for my 2014 R1200GS to replace the Michelin Anakee III OEM tires. My basic requirements of long service life, wet/dry traction and high speed stability were met. The first set was replaced after about 24,000 miles, now the second set needs replacing (because of a double nail hole in the rear) and they currently have about 22,000 miles. I can not find any faults with the Trail Attack II. Conti, thank you for engineering the zero degree big bike rubber.
Once the fresh rubber is on, then off to Yosemite to see some snow melt for a day ride.
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  • tread life
  • cost per mile, cheap
  • Mountain twisties
  • Road feel wet and dry
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Over 18,000 miles and tread remains
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I ride a 2014 BMW R1200GS and a little over a year ago I purchased the Conti Trail Attack 2 based on a number of reviews. I must say the reviews were accurate. Currently my GS has about 31,620 miles. At 13,500 I replaced the OEM Michelin Anakee III. The Anakee's were a good tire, but they wobbled as I went over a diagonal pavement transitions. As I rode over Bot Dots (lane divider bumps), I could feel the tires squirm and flex. And riding on the Dots in rain, the Anakee III's just didn't feel connected. The Conti's on the other hand are stable. Stable with pavement transitions. Stable at speed. And in the rain, all the confidence in the world. In fact lane splitting on wet Bot Dots is no concern. Conti's have a stiffer carcass and they ride stiffer too. I ride 365 and commute 70 miles a day with day trips of 200 to 500 miles.
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  • Value
  • Tread Wear
  • traction
  • Wet Performance
  • Solid feed back
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