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Continental Motion Rear Tire

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Continental Motion Rear Tire
Continental Motion Rear Tire
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Competitively priced radial.

  • Outstanding all-around performance radial for year-round use with unmatched levels of wet and dry grip in all conditions.
  • Long lasting due to newly formulated polymer compound and modern force-oriented tread pattern.
  • 0° steel belt construction on the rear tires for the utmost in stability and comfort.
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Overall 4 out of 5 stars
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Location: Salt Lake City, UT, USA
alazea
None bias review!! a must READ!!

I have a GSX-R 1000. Of coarse this tire isn't a MICHELIN, DUNLOP, or PIRELLI. However, it is a GREAT tire to fit a budget. Let me tell you why. This tire has lasted me about 5,000 to 6,500 miles... Which is good for a rear tire. The center strip of the tire is where I get the most riding done. I also do a lot of canyon rides where I live in Utah. I have been wall to wall on this tire and it does great and I don't feel shaky with this tire in the canyon or on the street. I looked up the rating on the speed for the tire and it says 160 miles per hour. However, I can say that this tire holds up at 186 miles per hour which is the TOP OUT (with mods of coarse) speed for my bike and I have done it several times with this tire!!! I have raced a couple of other bullet bikes and several cars that thought they had a chance against me ... LOL ... and this tire has been great and I have never worried about it once. Now lets talk about comfort. Prior to this tire I ONLY used Michelin Power Pilot 2CT (great tire) but I HATED the way I felt about going into a turn. It felt as if I was falling because of how the tire is shaped on the center strip. I wanted a more smooth rounded feeling as if I was rolling into the turn and that's what the Continental Motion tire gave me instead of a falling feeling like I got with the Michelin tire when I was reaping through canyons. I like how it looks on my bike and the size I use the 190/50/zr17. The front tire doesn't show much wear and tear because, well, it doesn't get thrashed like a back tire does, but you can expect that from almost any front tire in the market. As for looks and styling. I think it looks great but the look is a preference thing and only the rider can make that judgment. Conditions, in Utah this season it has rained A LOT and because it has such great big grooves from the center strip to the side walls it dispels water really well. Trust me, I have been socked quit a few times this season! On the over all, I am going to buy this tire again and I do recommend this tire to others. This is my review and I hope it helps you.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Location: Scottsdale, AZ, USA
GSXRanger
Look no further

These tires are everything you would want and come to expect from quality and performance engineering. I have tried more expensive, brand names, and have now found a goto tire combo that is far and above the standards of your everyday commuter that craves performance of a track tire. I am stoked and a feeling of shopping savvy have urged me to pass this on to everyone in the market for best bang for your buck. Thanks Conti

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Location: Port Orange, FL, USA
reagge
Continental Motion Rear Tire 180/55-17

Its all good with this tire! great grip in the wet or dry. balanced out with zero weight. a great tire for the cost. Hope this doesn't cause em to go up!

Overall 4 out of 5 stars
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Location: Houston, TX, USA
automan428
Great tire

For the money it's a great tire. Have about 1200 miles on them so far, no slip in the turns, wear is ok. think i may get 4-5k on the rear.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Location: Woodruff, SC
Carlucci
Smoothest Riding Tire

Can't beat the price and it is the smoothest riding tire I have ever had on the bike. It doesn't even feel like the tires are touching the road. They handle great and even at speeds greater than 100mph it was still extremely smooth.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Location: Coast of Mississippi
Hellzrazor
Conti Motions (Reccomended)

The Conti Motions are a great tire for the price. The tread life out last many other brands and the handling on dry or wet roads for my sportbike helps me keep it rubber side down. I highly reccomend these tires as I have purchased many sets of them. (Hellsrazor)

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Location: Selinsgrove, PA, USA
xvxANGUISHxvx
Cheap Price, awesome Performance

I would recommend these tires to EVERYONE. I'm a cheapskate i;m not going to lie. So the price tag of these tires grabbed my eye right away. Anyways my point being these are worth EVERY penny. They have taken every turn I've thrown at them, and also more. So far I've only put id say 100 or so miles on them so i can't say how they are holding up. But defiantly worth it guys!

Overall 3 out of 5 stars
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Location: Kansas, USA
Wally
You get what you pay for.

Synopsis- Front- 120/60ZR17 B+ Lacks performance but wears well. Adequate wet grip. Rear- 180/55/ZR17 C- Good new performance but fades quickly. Very poor wet performance. I purchased a set to replace the badly worn Dunlops that came on my second-hand FZ6N. MotoSport had them at my door in two days! After scrubbing the new off I went in search of some twisties (hard to find in Kansas). Initially I was impressed with the tires performance. The front pushed and mushed some what, but for the money I was happy with it. The rear was very impressive! With a better front knee dragging would be no problem. It warmed up quick and leaned admirably. It was a much stickier compound than I had expected. Fast forward 1yr and 2500 miles. The rear is shot and has been for the last 300 miles. No track time, no burnouts, no wheelies, just a poor wearing tire. The first 1000 on it went great but it was quickly down hill from there. The front has held up quite well. It hasn't got any better but it hasn't got worse ether. I expect to get 6000 out of it easy. Bottom line- Cheap tires. You get what you pay for.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Location: NC
Darren
Great purchase

I bought these tires form my 04 R6. I am a new rider and wanted a long lasting touring type tire as I wont be doing any "hardcore" riding anytime soon. These tires fit the bill perfectly. I ordered them and they were at my door step literally 2 days later. The shipping on this site is incredible!!

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Location: Phoenix, AZ, USA
Phil
I really like these tires.

I get about 12k out of these tires and a try to to ride my FZ1 hard enough to have to replace both tires at the same time. I've never had the rear slide on me (except in the rain of course) and can feel the front wallow a bit when really worn. The 180/55 really lets the FZ roll over.

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Underman 2 years 3 months ago
What is the speed rating?
How fast is this tire rated for
MotoSport Staff
2 years 3 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
MotoSportExpert
This is a Z rated tire, it is good for speeds of 149 MPH +. With the way tire speed ratings work, when this system was established they never thought they would need a higher rating than a Z rate. With modern bikes and faster speeds the highest rated tires will be W, which are 168 mph rated tires.
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