Continental Conti Trail Attack 2 Dual Sport Rear Tire

Continental Conti Trail Attack 2 Dual Sport Rear Tire
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Continental Conti Trail Attack 2 Dual Sport Rear Tire - Details

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. It is possible to use an homogeneous grip grading with a single compound thanks to a temperature controlled curing of the tire during the production process

  • 0steel belt construction on the rear tire for a maximum stabilty and comfort even at high cruising speeds and high loads
  • Reinforced carcass on the front tire with a new designed pattern to ensure a better precision and an optimized wear
  • Improved grip also in wet conditions combined with an excellent mileage on long trips due to an innovative touring compound
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Continental Conti Trail Attack 2 Dual Sport Rear Tire - Reviews

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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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