Continental motorcycle tires have quite the pedigree when it comes to competing with other tire manufacturers; Continental has been making rubber products since 1871. That's quite the longevity. As a result, Continental Tires has been creating premier motorcycle tires for decades. From touring motorcycle tires to dual sport motorcycle tires, Continental is a great choice for the next time your tires get worn down. As with every tire at RevZilla, Continental motorcycle tires ship for a flat rate of five bucks.
The first number in a tire size represents the nominal width (usually in millimeters). Width is measured in a
straight line from the furthest point on one sidewall, across the tread, to the furthest point on the
This number represents the width of a tire measured in inches when inflated. Width is measured in a straight
line from the furthest point on one sidewall, across the tread, to the furthest point on the opposite sidewall.
The aspect ratio indicates the height of the tire's cross-sectional profile. It is expressed as a percentage
of the tire's width, so an aspect ratio of 55 means the tire's cross-section is 55% as high as it is wide.
This number indicates the overall height of a tire measured in inches when the tire is inflated.
This number is the diameter of the rim on which the tire will fit. The number is expressed in inches.
This number represents the diameter of the tire's rim. The number is expressed in inches.