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Advanced high performance street legal supermoto tire.
Extraordinary light handling with outstanding grip curve stability
Exceptional control of riding performance and optimal feedback in the limit range
0°-steel belt construction on the front and rear for higher stability and feedback when braking into and accelerating out of curves
Good cold grip and quick tire warm-up through a newly developed Black Chili tread compound, specially designed for supermoto riding
Approved Continuous Compound Technology ensures high mileage and maximum grip in extreme lean angles
Traction Skin provides an extremely safe and short tire break-in for the ContiAttack. 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
120/70-17 and 160/60-17 are OEM for KTM SMC 2007-2011
Continental ContiAttack SM Supermoto Tires
Bike:KTM 500 EX supermoto conversion.
6000 miles on 2 sets of tire (both Continental SM)
Street: after short warm up its excellent. I use these tires from edge to edge, dragging the outside of the sole of my boots. no chicken stripes on the rear. BUT, warming up is key. When warms up properly, it starts feeling (lack of better terms) like a soft rubber eraser in the corners. hot tire on warm and dry surface smoothly slides but with great control and good modulation. I learned how to drift with these tires without wiping out. Obviously, drifting would eat it up but considering how sticky and soft these tires, they have a good life spam depending how much one abusing it.
Dirt: no traction, pretty useless compare to other tires.. But let's face it... It's a steer tire.
wet: have to be careful with these .. Not enough pattern/tread and even less on the edges which good in dry condition but bad in wet roads.
Not too versatile but if You like street and dry, this is IT!
February 7, 2015
Unbelievable amounts of grip; don't put them on your supersport
Picked these up for my 1997 KTM Duke 620. I ride year round here in Oregon, so I've put these through both wet and dry riding. I've put about 3000 miles on them so far.
The grip these tires have in the dry is absolutely incredible. I have not once lost traction with them despite riding like a complete jack***. I have absolute faith in them, and it has allowed me to get to lean angles that terrified me on other tires. They literally feel sticky to the touch after they're warmed up (and they warm up fast).
The wet performance is good, but not as good as some sport touring tires I've tried like Pilot Road 4's. Definitely don't feel unsafe in the rain, but I do feel the need to dial back my riding a little.
Wear is better than I expected, honestly. I'd heard horror stories from people who put these on their 120+ hp supersports and got 1000 miles before cords were showing. I've got ~3000 miles on them and the rear is just starting to flatten in the center. I think motorcycle weight and power are the two main factors (obviously). My bike weighs about 300 lbs and has 50 hp. If you're in the same neighborhood (aka ride a supermoto), you should be happy with the wear.
All in all, I am fantastically happy with these tires and will be buying another set once I wear them out.
September 17, 2014
good grip poor tread life
stuck great but burned through the tread in less than 1k miles. cooked it pretty good on a canyon ride yesterday and ended up on steel belt halfway through our ride. had less than 1k miles on the tire.
May 17, 2013
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RevZilla:We do not feel that a tire of that size (150/70-17) will fit the Honda CRF230M as it is too big of a jump. You would not have enough swing arm clearance and and the large size of the tire would cause strange or dangerous handling characteristics even if you could squeeze it.
Please contact us at 877.792.4955 to discuss other options.Jun 7, 2012