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The Continental Trail Attack Dual Sport Rear Tire
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  • Continental Trail Attack Dual Sport Rear Tire

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MSRP
$247.95 - $311.95
Savings (55%):
$136.19
Price
$111.76

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Continental Trail Attack Dual Sport Rear Tire

Features:

  • Engineered to meet the demands of today's powerful, high-performance adventure touring/enduro bikes
  • Designed for 80% on road 20% off road 
  • 0°-steel-belt construction on the rear tire for a maximum stability and comfort even at high cruising speeds and high loads
  • Great grip also in wet conditions combined with an excellent mileage due to an innovative touring-compound

Bang For The Buck
3.6 / 5
Grip
4.6 / 5
Tread Life
2.8 / 5
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
150/70R17 157701 02440010000 Out of Stock
180/55ZR17 813457 02441060000 Out of Stock

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Why did you choose this?
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Road on practically every other similar styled tire and I feel the Conti is the best for wear and performance.
William T W on May 9, 2016
because they handle well.
Dennis M on Nov 26, 2014
Road on practically every other similar styled tire and I feel the Conti is the best for wear and performance.
William T W on May 9, 2016
I rode a R1200GS with this tire at the BMW Performance Center for the "On-Road" training class. It performed very well in less than ideal conditions. It was raining with temps in the lower 40's. Even under the hard braking drills there was not a hint of slipping. I felt very confident. Time to put some miles on them and see how they perform in the long haul.
Randy V on Aug 22, 2015
because they handle well.
Dennis M on Nov 26, 2014
Grip the road well. I have these on my Buell Ulysses. Very secure on corners. I would not recommend for the gravel roads.
Dale S on Oct 29, 2014
Cost and reviews
David D on May 14, 2014
I rode a R1200GS with this tire at the BMW Performance Center for the "On-Road" training class. It performed very well in less than ideal conditions. It was raining with temps in the lower 40's. Even under the hard braking drills there was not a hint of slipping. I felt very confident. Time to put some miles on them and see how they perform in the long haul.
Randy V on Aug 22, 2015
Grip the road well. I have these on my Buell Ulysses. Very secure on corners. I would not recommend for the gravel roads.
Dale S on Oct 29, 2014