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Continental TKC 70 Tires

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Bridging the gap between the more off-road oriented TKC 80 Twinduro Tires and the Trail Attack 2 Tires, the Continental TKC70 Tires make an excellent … Read More

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Continental TKC70 Dual Sport Tires

Bridging the gap between the more off-road oriented TKC 80 Twinduro Tires and the Trail Attack 2 Tires, the Continental TKC70 Tires make an excellent 60% on-road and 40% off-road option. Featuring innovations you've come to expect from Continental like 0° steel belt construction for superior stability and comfort even at high cruising speeds and Continuous Compound-Technology, the TKC70 tires adapt to changing conditions with ease. Specifically designed to help alleviate the complaints of short wear-life of the TKC80 Tires, the usability of a slightly more street-oriented design has been improved and is apparent with the TKC 70. An ideal ADV Tire choice for larger displacement bikes like the KTM 1190 Adventure, the Triumph Tiger Explorer 1200, the BMW R1200GSW, the Suzuki V-Strom 1000, the Yamaha Super Tenere and other similar models. 

Features:

  • Provides a high level of grip in all wet and dry conditions
  • Equally at home on light trail work as they are on slab
  • Excellent mileage for long trips on asphalt
  • Quiet high-speed stability due to the central band on the rear tire
  • Aggressive siping and self-cleaning grooves add to the all-weather prowess
  • Ideal ADV Tire choice for larger displacement bikes
  • Eligible for Continental's free 3 year roadside warranty
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3.8 / 5.0
74 Reviews
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Bang For The Buck
3.7 / 5
Features
3.6 / 5
Style
4.3 / 5
Grip
4.3 / 5
Tread Life
3.9 / 5
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
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5 / 5
Grip
5 / 5
Tread Life
5 / 5
Best ADV tire EVER!!!
The TKC 70’s I purchased & put on my 2015 KLR 650 are just Incredible! I’ve been riding Adventure Bikes for over 20 years & have been told by many of my riding buddies to try the TKC 70’s & I finally did!!! I’m so happy with my decision. The wet handling is far Superior to any other tire I’ve owned. They are quite & handle the corners great. I’ll definitely purchase these tires again. Thank you, Doug Thompson RCP,CRT,RRT-E Respiratory Therapist/Clinical Specialist
March 15, 2019
Purchased
2 months ago
Bang For The Buck
1 / 5
Features
1 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Grip
2 / 5
Tread Life
1 / 5
Very similar tread life to the tkc80
I put these tires on a 2014 Triumph Explorer XC that I take off road, on the beach, on fire roads, and gravel semi-regularly. These tires lasted me, maybe 6,000 miles. After about 4,000 miles it became really evident that the front tire was wearing unevenly. Then at 6k miles air bubbles can be felt through the tread which is less than safe. The rear tire is still pretty decent. Honestly, get tkc 80 tires over these because these tires have been disappointing. I thought they'd be better for the road but they are really marginal and wear almost as quickly as tkc 80s do.
December 13, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Grip
5 / 5
Tread Life
5 / 5
Amazing rear tire, not so much for the front
So I've had the tk70s for about 25,000 miles now on my bike which is a tiger 800. I do a little off roading here and there but mainly street lately. I bought these expecting to do more off roading than i did.

First off the tires did great on trails and did really well for what they are on loose dirt and gravel. On street they seem to do equally as well but there was a weird wobble i had probably for about the first 2 to 3 thousand miles on the tires when I did about 70 to 75 miles an hour it would cause the front tire to wobble not uncontrollably but enough to where you either wanted to speed up or slow down to make it go away. I’ve only been riding for a 4 years now but it seemed odd to me, when i asked my more experienced friends they found it odd too. After doing a little research other riders have reported the same thing.

The only other complaint i have is that the front tire seems to wear down in an extremely odd way. The best way i can describe the wear is that the front tire looks like it has scales for tread.
The rear tired on the other hand still looks like new. Ill probably replace the front tire in another 10k miles since the tread looks to be going.

Hope this helps anyone considering these tires.
August 7, 2018
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
haven't tried the tires in rain yet. no noise issues. the tires do tend to follow the cracks in the pavement. They feel very sure footed. no issues
May 11, 2018
Purchased
11 months ago
Bang For The Buck
1 / 5
Features
1 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Grip
2 / 5
Tread Life
5 / 5
Wobbles
Like many others before me I too have the death wobble at 65+. First happened to me a few days ago on a highway I have ridden more than 50 times on this bike, but with metzlers. As soon as I hit 70 the wobble came on, at times it was so intense I really thought I might go down. I couldn’t keep up with my wife who is also on a f650gs but with Shinkos. I can’t wait for this tire to ware out! Staying off the highway for long stretches until then
February 1, 2018
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Why am I using these tires on an FJR?
First of all, I want to thank you all for your very informative reviews of this tire. Now, down to business, when I had these tires installed on my FJR, I cheated in having the front tire balanced on the machine first, then I had them add 2 oz. Dyna Beads, this smoothed the tire by eliminated any vibration before it could start. While still scuffing in these tires I was riding in the rain, there was never any groove tracking issues mentioned by other riders, as I have been running my tire pressures at 32F & 26R for off-road traction, and to extend tread life.
Because of the newness of these tires, couldn't give you a traction, or tread life report. So why do I use dual sport-tires on a sport-touring bike? Because I have run into snow three times, muddy potholes on US HWY 2 in Montana, gravel on US HWY 12 in Nebraska, pea gravel in several states, a dirt and clay causeway over a flooded road, and lastly just plain mud. Friends all I want to do is just get to were I'm going. I fill in the blanks when spring comes.
January 31, 2018
Bang For The Buck
1 / 5
Features
2 / 5
Style
3 / 5
Grip
1 / 5
Not my first TKC70
I put these on my V Strom and they were fantastic except for the amount of effort to get the front balanced to reduce the bad wobble. Because they felt so good on the V Strom I put these on my Stelvio and it is a different animal. Horrible handling creating a "hinged in the middle" feel when leaning into a turn and a nearly out of control tracking, front and rear, over rain grooves and bridge grates. The unsafe feel lead me to have everything checked by the dealer. ALL measurements were spot on. They strongly suggested I contact Conti. I did and the end result of the conversation... May just need more break in time or go pound salt. Never again a Conti product, car or bike.
December 18, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Ride:
2005 Harley Davidson Electra Glide Ultra Classic FLHTCU/I
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Grip
5 / 5
Tread Life
5 / 5
The best so far
I have had my 2014 GS 12 beyond 130 without any kind of shake on the front or back. Now on my 3rd set with about 2500. Fully loaded with cases, in the wet, the dry, or the dirt NOTHING beats this TKC70. I am not a paid Conti rep. Just telling you how it is. I am hard on tires. My boots grind when I am in the twisties, I never get 5000k out of a rear unless the threads are showing through. I do put the liquid self balance and sealer (Ride On) in front and rear because I don't like weights on the rim and I don't like getting stuck having to patch a nail hole on the side of the road. Reviews talking about wobble in the front is alien to me. Never found another tire that does as much or as well as these tkc 70. Complaints may have something to do with alignment, or maybe a questionable batch of tires? BUT if it's only the front there is a reason for it. The GSW1200 runs 19 120 front, 17 170 60 rear. I'm a big man - 225. I do my own tire changes lately because it's not that hard, and it is a whole lot more convenient. What else to say? Just thought there should be another review from somebody with plenty of TKC 70 use for a full perspective.
July 26, 2017
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Grip
4 / 5
Tread Life
5 / 5
good tire
I'm on my second rear TKC70 on my Tiger 800 XRx. I changed out the first one after 7000 miles. It looked like it had at least a thousand left, but I was preparing for a 1500 mile trip. I'm still on the first front at 9100 miles, but will change it soon.

Good traction on mountain twisties, gravel and fire roads. I don't like sand and I don't think these tires do either. The worst I can say is the front tire makes a "whirr" sound on pavement. I never had a wobble, but the front DID take more balancing weights than the rear. Good tire.
July 23, 2017
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Features
2 / 5
Style
3 / 5
Grip
2 / 5
Tread Life
3 / 5
More of a "no-rounder" than an "all-rounder"
The back tire is good and grippy on-road, but the front is really bad. As many others have mentioned, the front tires wear unevenly, creating a horrible wobble and vibration after ~2000 miles use.

Off-road they grip OK on light gravel but I don't feel safe taking them on anything softer or chunkier.

I won't be buying these again.
July 19, 2017
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TKC80's are too noisy and wear out too fast. This is the next best choice.
SSG Edward R on Oct 2, 2017
Off-road protection and mileage
Rebecca T on Aug 25, 2017
TKC80's are too noisy and wear out too fast. This is the next best choice.
SSG Edward R on Oct 2, 2017
recommendation from a friend
Klaus S on Aug 30, 2017
Off-road protection and mileage
Rebecca T on Aug 25, 2017
Like medium road/ off road tire. Gets better mileage than the TKC 80 which is a great tire.
Donald E on Aug 10, 2017
Have used the TKC 80 tires for off road use and really liked them. Now I need a tire better suited to long paved road trips. Thought I'd give the TKC 70 a try.
ROBERT M on Aug 4, 2017
Husband bought these for his BMW.
J L on Aug 2, 2017
Winter is coming
William M on Jul 22, 2017
Friend and reviews on the tire
Edward G on Jul 5, 2017
Based on some reviews will see how it goes. Seem to be a little more street user than the Mitas E-07
William A on May 10, 2017
reviews
David U on May 8, 2017
This is my second pair. Used Anakee 3s before. The TKC 70s are better both on and off road and get longer tread life. Great tires.
Thom F on Apr 24, 2017
has continental on front
Gary P on Apr 20, 2017
I ride mostly on road and these tires for the rear seem to grip really well. I get decent mileage out of this tire riding two up. I think I got around 6500-7000 miles when I removed it to install a new tire for an Alaska trip. At that time it still had 4/32nds tread left. I would not recommend the fronts however as they developed severe cupping. My friend had the same issue on our BMW R1200 GSAs
Vern W on Apr 19, 2017
A lot of planned highway miles this summer
David Van R on Apr 11, 2017
I was happy with wet weather performance, but abnormal wear was an issue. So I'm switching to something else.
Nathan M on Apr 9, 2017
New tire model from Continental and wanted to try it. Works great for street and less technical off-road use, gavel/dirt roads this tire is good.
Rex M on Mar 13, 2017
Need new tires for my GSA LC and lots of great reviews.
Todd M on Oct 1, 2016
I've used the TKC 80 but realize that 30-40 % is off road on our trips and these give out subtle vibration on highways that is why I'm trying these out after going through lot of reviews
Ahmad K on Sep 16, 2016
Needed new tire for Africa Twin--wanted to give this one a try
Rick G on Aug 31, 2016
Wanted a more balanced street/trail tire without knobbies.
stormarty s on Aug 4, 2016
Great 60/40 tire for my R1200GS-LC. Now on my second set. Road from Philly to Prudhoe Bay; they were great on the slab across the midwest, on the poorly paved Alaska Highway, and on the gravel Dalton Highway. Got 7k+ miles out of the rear, and could have ridden further but wanted a fresh set before heading home. I felt just as confident on pavement as I did with the OEM Tourance, and had no trouble in mixed/gravel.
K A on Jun 8, 2016
This is my second set now and to me these are the best ADV tires at the moment. They held up really well in off road conditions like the AZ BDR as well as on the road. The first set lasted about 8K miles, so great durability too.
Hans J on Jun 7, 2016
While I'm riding more primitive roads, my trips are usually 7-10 thousand miles, so the TKC-80 wasn't an option for the rear because I don't relish the idea of changing tires mid-trip unless I have to.
KRISTOPHER D on Jun 6, 2016
Looking for a good tire for the right price with good off road ability and better on road performance. Also tire size plays a roll which I have rare sizes on my bike.
Nathanial W on Apr 9, 2016
Great Tire, just ordered a second set!
Jonathan B on Apr 9, 2016
great reviews, and cost per mile
A C on Mar 18, 2016
Road them before on my 700 GS, great tires.
Gregory W on Mar 14, 2016
Had these tires on my wife's GS1200 and they helped the bike perform better off road and didn't hurt any on road. They are great 70/30 tire in my opinion. The wear was above average even with some aggressive on road riding. It started to square off after 3000 miles but still performed well and did not tip in dramatically at that wear.
LEE B on Mar 10, 2016
After three sets of Metzelers, I wanted to try Conti. Hoping they'll be a good match for my Triumph Scrambler.
Stephen R on Jan 23, 2016
Continental tires are a high quality. Revzilla pricing is competitive and delivery is superfast!
Carol S on Jan 22, 2016
This is my 2nd TKC 70 and I really enjoy the feel and life of this tire. The last one lasted 10k miles.
Toby H on Jan 1, 2016
I've installed a TKC 70 on the front of my Bonneville and am happy with it, so when the time came I got this for the back.
roaddog2015 on Dec 23, 2015
I wanted a tire between the trail attacks and the TKC 80.
I have no complaints so far, I now know I wont ever go with any less tread, but may try a little more at some point in time.
They are great for what I foresee me doing, mostly paved road, with weekend voyages down gravel and rocky dirt roads.
Tim N on Oct 4, 2015
Looking for good on-road and off road performance.
Dominic P on Aug 19, 2015
These are a fine choice on gravel and highway conditions. Mud not so much and not that great in deep sand. That is to be expected looking at the tread design. They run quiet on the pavement and I have about 4K on the back tire. It is about done.
A L on Aug 15, 2015
After reading the reviews on ADVRIDER I decided it was a good choice based off of the general thoughts of the dual sport community. Have now ran the Mefo, TKC80 and Conti Attack I am interested in seeing how this new tire performs
Jeff P on Jul 27, 2015
Cause there the best !!
William J on Jul 25, 2015
This will be my second set. The original set lasted well beyond my expectations. They are great in the dry, wet, twisties, and dirt (unless riden in mud).
Lionel N on Jul 14, 2015
Love the tire with 70% road and 30% off road
TrongHai L on Jul 14, 2015
Based on the positive reviews, and a fan of continental tires, I decided to give this tire a chance. So far I put over 2500 miles on it and i have nothing negative to say. The tire has performed better than expected on the road in all different kinds of weather. Still have not taken it off road yet. I highly recommend this great all around tire!
Salvador V on Jul 13, 2015
Wanted to try out the new product.
Houck c/o M on Jun 15, 2015
Needed a more dirt oriented tire, but not as aggressive as a TKC80.
Robert H on Jun 6, 2015
Hoping to increase mileage over TKC80
Paul A on Jun 3, 2015
Based on forum research for my application, as well as other reviews.
Terry A on Jun 2, 2015
Looking for a rear tire to compliment the TKC-80 on the front of my R1200GS ADV. I had been running a Tourance (not Next ) on the rear and it worked pretty well, just looking for something more dirt - orientated. After 500 miles ( highway,
backroad and dirt roads), the rear TKC-70 seems to be working pretty well although at this point, I am not convinced it will be better all-around tire than the Tourance. Time will tell.
Daniel W on May 4, 2015
My tkc 80 rear tire burned off too quickly, and I wanted to try a semi off road tire to match the tkc 80 front tire to try that combination.
Cliff D on May 1, 2015
i ve read lot of reviews and these seem to meet my needs in terms of 70 to 80 road use and 30 20 off road use. also because they last long and behaves well in all weather conditions. bmw r 1200 gsa W
Julian C on Apr 30, 2015
Looked cool, had good reviews, my old tires were shot.
Drzmaniac on Apr 30, 2015
Its the perfect dual sport tire,
Diego A on Apr 28, 2015
Need more of an aggressive tread than the types that came on the GS, and don't want full knobby TKC80s.
David W on Apr 27, 2015
recommendation from a friend
Klaus S on Aug 30, 2017
Like medium road/ off road tire. Gets better mileage than the TKC 80 which is a great tire.
Donald E on Aug 10, 2017
Hi, is this tire M+S rated?
A shopper on Jan 13, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I dont know what MS means.
What I can tell you is that the TKC 70 is the best 50%-50% I ever used.
If your ride is on streat and gravel it is perfect.
It has a great grip in rain.
If you use it in sand or mud it wont work.
Regards
Enrique
Can these tires be run with tubes? Need the 90/90 and 130 x 17 for my KLR 650.
A shopper on Jan 19, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes. I am running a 90/90-21 on the front of my Husky Terra. Be advised to use plenty of soapy lubricant between the rim and the tire. I didn't and the tire did not seat evenly making for a self-induced humpy ride. Easy fixed by deflating the tire and using dish detergent. It self centered on the rim just fine.
When will this tire be available in180/55?
Kyle L on Dec 26, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Now! I have them on my Yamaha FJR
This summer I'm riding from MN to CO, to ride The Boreas pass and the Monarch pass. I can't seem to decide between the TKC 70 or Karoo 3. I'm leaning towards TKC 70 because of road performance but I'm not if they are aggressive enough for the off-road rides I mentioed. Will the Conti do the job?
Vladimir M on Mar 26, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I installed a set of TKC-70's on a 2008 BMW R1200 GS Adventure. The prior two sets were TKC-80's. Though I only have approximately 1500 miles on the tires the most dramatic difference has been the handling on paved roads particularly in corners. At high speeds the front does tend to wander a bit; not bad unless you plan on riding at 90+. Compared to the Metzler Tourance the TKC-70 feels better planted and inspires confidence in corners. Upright riding feels comparable to any tire with a rounded profile. The obvious difference in performance is in the dirt; the 70, lacking the large square knobs as the 80, does not dig in soft loose conditions. However on fire trails and pack dirt conditions the 70 is right at home. And with the solid paved road performance I have been very happy with the TKC-70!
Has anyone had any experience with this tire on a Triumph Tiger 800 (roadie)? I currently use the Anakee 3 which is great on paved roads & fairly decent off road, but am looking to try the TKC70 as it is a little more aggressive for taking off road.
Jose Luis on Dec 30, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Hey Jose! I recently installed a set of TKC-70's on a 2008 BMW R1200 GS Adventure. The prior two sets were TKC-80's. Though I only have approximately 300 miles on the tires the most dramatic difference has been the handling on paved roads particularly in corners. Compared to the Metzler Tourance the TKC-70 feels better planted and inspires confidence in corners. Upright riding feels comparable to any tire with a rounded profile. The obvious difference in performance is in the dirt; the 70, lacking the large square knobs as the 80, does not dig in soft loose conditions. However on fire trails and pack dirt conditions the 70 is right at home. And with the solid paved road performance I have been very happy with the TKC-70!
I have a 2006 Buell Ulysses that I want a more agressive tread for off road and really like the looks of the TKC 70. My rear tire is 180/55R-17 and it doesn't show it in this size. How will a 170/60R-17 compare? Will it work?
A shopper on Dec 6, 2014
BEST ANSWER: the 170/60 is actually slightly taller than the 180/55 (102 to 99). If there are close tolerances around the rear tire, you might have trouble. If not, maybe okay. It will affect your speedometer reading also. It will be more difficult to mount the narrower tire (170) on your wheel and get the bead to seal, but many tire shops have equipment that will help. The TKC 70 is an awesome tire that rides well wet or dry, pavement or dirt. I got almost 11,000 miles on my last set.
How is this for a dirt track/TT?
chris A on Jul 2, 2018
I am looking for a on road only tire that looks aggressive. So far these are the only ones I’ve found that fit the xr1200 sportster. Are there any better options?
A shopper on Mar 30, 2018
How is performance in the rain/wet roads?
Curvin B on Apr 27, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Since I live in Southern California there has not been much (any) rain to offer me the opportunity to do any extensive rain rides. However, with the little I have done I can say that the tires gripped well on flat open road as well as in the twisties. Overall I've been very happy with the TKC70. My only complaint is that at higher speeds(85mph+) the front does wander a wee bit. Nothing that is frightening, but indeed noticeable when riding a loaded BMW 1200 GS Adventure.
how many miles are you getting out of the front / rear ?
Mosey L on May 27, 2015
BEST ANSWER: So far 4k and both tires still looks in an amazing shape. I'm not that good off road, I'm learning right now, I did fire's roads and some sand and I felt very comfortable and the bike feels very stable. On the street it's incredible how much you can lean the bike in a curve .
Tires are very quiet at high speed
The only "issue" is that, the front tire, starts wobbling quite a lot over 115-120 mph
So far are te best tires for me
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