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Continental dual sport motorcycle tires in multiple sizes with the best prices.
Doug in BC
As of this writing I have not yet had a chance to test the tires performance but I will comment on my efforts to balance the tire usiing a site built truing/balancing stand. The Continental does not have a balance mark on the carcass which I found on Youtube to be normal for them. I was really surprised at how much weight I had to add to get it to balance. Over 55 grams and it looked rediculous all stuck to the rim so I got out the solder and started to wrap the spokes in old school fashion. I had to add more weight because of the distance change to the centre but it worked. I still have to do a test ride but I am surprised that a Continental was so far out balance to start with.Read All Reviews
robert in CA
The front tends to start scalloping at about 3500 miles. The rear wears very even and seems to last about 5000 mi. which is good enough for this style of tire. It does not seem to be giving much up in the street department It can be leaned over to the edge of the tread confidently, and is aggressive enough for my kind of Adventure riding.Read All Reviews
mike in WV
The 1190 Adv came stock with these tires and I've stuck with them. I have to say they stick like glue and I've never felt them slip in the rain or during cornering on the road, off road well the don't offer alot of confidence on loose terrain or in a little mud. I'd like to see this tire provide a longer life span, they last somewhere between 5-7k miles(rear), and I mainly travel alone without luggage.Read All Reviews
Raus in WA
Great traction and the price was right, but with that great traction comes shortened lifespan.Read All Reviews
Jim in OH
I use these on my KTM 1190 even though I am on street 50% of the time and there are likely better tires for the street. Never-the-less, on street I may accelerate hard, corner in dry weather fairly aggressive and hit some high speeds and they perform just fine. My real concern is dirt. It's a big bike and I thrash the thing pretty well even though I am not that big and strong. Since I am not that big and strong, I wanted the lower version 1190 (Standard) and immediately changed the tires to TKC 80's. I wanted as much traction as possible in the dry pack, mud, single track and sand. The TKC's are legendary for traction and reliability. Their weakness is the soft compound that makes them so good means they have a short life. In 50/50 riding, I get 6,000 miles on the front and 3,500 on the rear. I can get more off rear if I am not concerned about the dirt traction. Anyway, my buddy has an 1190R and saved some money by going with a longer life tire...he's constantly getting wiggly in the mud, getting stuck and tipping over. He's got broken mirrors, scratches on tank and exhaust and simply lacks confidence in the mud. So... he bought the baddest Adventure bike out there and then is constantly looking for the easy route because he's crippled it with cheap, long life tires! He also can't hop a log because he loses traction on the approach.Read All Reviews
Les in SC
Second bike I've used these on. Can't say much about the tread life as only have about 2K on the first set and 900 on the second bike. Best all round tire I've used, and I've used most of the other brands of the same type. Think the wet traction may be almost as good as in the dry. Handling on pavement is excellent, and does much better than expected on unpaved surfaces. Of course mud and deep sand are not something to tackle.Read All Reviews