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If there was one word to describe Continental motorcycle tires, it might be distinct. With deep roots in the tire production industry, Continental understands not only its products but also its audience. It knows what motorcyclists today want in a tire, and it delivers right on the mark. With a product line that includes tires that appeal to speed-hungry sport bike enthusiasts as well as tires for those who like to and have dabble in dirt now and again, you can’t go wrong when you go with Continental.
Just like many other tire companies, Continental got its start long ago (1871, to be precise) as a rubber manufacturer. It entered the pneumatic tire business once it saw that automobiles and motorcycles were the future of everyday transportation, and it’s never looked back since. But just as it made the initial expansion to tires, it has continued to expand in other important areas as well – and this has provided a level of expertise which overflows to its tire divisions. As a result, Continental is renowned for its fuel efficient tires. This makes an impact for any budget-savvy motorcyclist, but it especially makes a difference if you find yourself on your bike a lot.
If you’re ready to see what makes Continental different, check out our inventory and take a moment to identify which tire best suits your needs.
George in CA
These things do it all, and do it well. Last long (I replaced at 7,500 miles - but could've stretched it another 1,000 or 2,000 - for sure.Read All Reviews
George in CA
These tires got me 7,500 miles on the first set. Could've gone another couple thousand I think - but I got a great price, so replaced early. Very versatile and can do it all.Read All Reviews
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
John in CO
Great tire that grips well for the twisties and also price was was the best anywhereRead All Reviews
John in CO
Great tire that grips well for the price. You can get close to 4,000 on it depending on how you ride i stick to straight twisties and get 3500-4000 miles on TireRead 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