Continental Trail Attack 2 Rear Tire

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Continental Trail Attack 2 Rear Tire
  • 85% on-road and 15% off-road
  • New tread pattern adopted from the Conti Attack family
  • Engineered to meet the demands of todays powerful, high-performance adventure touring/endure machines
  • Traction skin technology provides an extremely safe and short tire break-in due to new revolutionary tread surface
  • Original equipment on the all new 2013 BMW R1200GS and 2013 KTM Adventure
  • Item # 63954
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Continental Trail Attack II tires

Have always used Continental Trail Attacks on my Triumph Tiger (2006) Work excellent in all catagories and give far superior wear than previously used Perellis. Have not tried the Trail Attack lls as of yet.

Joel - October 11, 2016

(El Prado, NM)

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great tire

This tire grips excellent. I still feel like I haven't found its limits. For as fast as I want to go, it has not even came close to losing grip.

makito - December 26, 2015

(palmdale, CA)

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Excellent 80/20 Tire

It is definitely the best set of tires I've had on my Super Tenere. The street performance is outstanding. If you primarily ride the pavement and love taking the tight twisties with your Adv bike then I highly recommend this tire. Another great quality the rear tire has is that it somehow resists the dreaded "flat band wear" better than any other tire I've used while still providing outstanding wet/dry traction. Consequently, I'm getting 10k+ miles on the rear tire and 12-13k miles on the front. The tire performs well enough in the occasional sand/gravel trails but, if you do more off-road than I do, you should consider Conti's 60/40 adventure tire that would suite you better. For me, it's 5 stars across the board!

Jerry - October 31, 2015

(Smithville, TX)