I had these put on my 2010 Kawasaki Z1000 and have put nearly 300 miles on them (which I know is not much) and they are doing great. Weather is around 50 degrees and they are holding up great. Plenty of grip for some pulls and holding up great cruising on the highway around 80 mph. Greatest value I could find!
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Best tier that I have ever used I get more miles and great handling with this set.
I bought these for my ktm 500 sm , and they grip the road like glue. Great tires I will definitely be purchasing a second set
This is my 2nd set of Continentals on my Bandit 1250 , nuff said.
I bought these tires because of the price and some reviews I read. I put 200 miles so far, I have no issues. I installed and balanced them manually with motion pro tires tools (bead breakers and bead buddy).
Most bang for my Buck. Fast shipping
Great tire for cruising
Keep up the great work team
I bought a set of motions for my R1 and within the first week I rode from Indiana to Colorado on them (1100 miles) temperatures were at multiple times below freezing and these trees still performed amazingly. I now have a set on my canyon bike (R6) and I have not ad any complaint. I can pull full lean on the tire with no slip and the grip it maintains is impeccable! 10/10 I would recommend these tires and have to many others.
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Question asked by Speeder
Question:Q: Speeder.on the continental motion tire combo some of tires say zr before 17. Does this make difference in tire and would make change size or ride. I bought the sv SUZUKI 650with 650 .miles on so probably doesn't need tires yet but I don't knowQuestion asked 1 month 7 days ago
Question asked by Bigcountry97
Question:Q: What are the DOT dates on these tiresQuestion asked 4 months 1 day ago
Question answered by PaulUser's contributor status: Top 1Question answered 4 months 1 day agoAnswer: A: The manufacturing date is stamped into each individual tire.
All of our tire suppliers and manufacturers have statements on their individual websites describing how tires do not have an expiration date. We only sell and deliver tires based on the terms of the manufacturers.
The primary cause of premature tire breakdown is exposure to the sun, and other extremes of hot and cold temperatures. Our tires are stored in an environmentally controlled warehouse, protected from the weather.
We sell more tires than any other on-line motorcycle parts store on the web. Our stock is constantly rotating out with new deliveries arriving each week.
I regret that it is not feasible for us to look at the manufacturing date of each tire before ordering or before shipping. We can not accept returns for tires only because the manufacturing date is older than what may be desired.
All of our tires are covered by the manufacturer's warranty covering defects, regardless of the production date.
If the knowing the exact production date is important to you, I can only suggest looking at your local motorcycle shop so that you can read the production date on each tire.
We all buy our tires from the same manufacturers and distributors. Our prices are usually better because of the high volume we sell, which rotates our inventory faster. It is very likely that our inventory of tires is newer than that of most local motorcycle shops.
Question asked by Robbie
Question:Q: What is the expected mileage from this tireQuestion asked Over 8 months ago
Question asked by Quese
Question:Q: If I select a quantity of 1 then the price listed is for both the front tire w/ rim and the back tire w/ rim correct?Question asked Over 9 months ago
Question asked by Brim
Question:Q: I need tires for a 2004 Yamaha R6 6s sizes are 120 / 60 17 front back is 180 / 55 17 I was looking at the Continental am I picking the Right Tires I need all season long lasting and grip abilityQuestion asked 1 year ago
Question answered by PaulUser's contributor status: Top 1Question answered 1 year agoAnswer: A: The stock tire sizes on the 2004 Yamaha YZFR6 are 120/60-17 front, and 180/55-17 rear.
The Continental Motion Tire Combo is available in your correct sizes.
The Continental Motion Tire Combo is one of our best bargains in all purpose Sport tires, and are correct for your bike.
We have many other tires in properly matched sets that offer better performance and better mileage.
Question asked by George
Question:Q: I have a2006 Suzuki katana 600 with 120/70/17 on front and 150/70/17 on back can I put a170/60/17 or 180/55/17 on the backQuestion asked 1 year ago
Question asked by Shottahell
Question:Q: I have a 2004 Kawasaki VN1500-E7 I don’t believe it has the right tires on it. I would like to get the continental motion tire combo for it. Do you have them and how much please. And thank youQuestion asked 1 year 7 months ago
Question asked by Duke22
Question:Q: I want to purchase a combo. Front 120 70 ZR 17 which is in stock. Rear 200 50 ZR 17 out of stock. How long before the rear is in stockQuestion asked 1 year 9 months ago
Question answered by rknightUser's contributor status: Top 25Question answered 1 year 9 months agoAnswer: A: We just do not keep the 200 on hand. It will take about 4-5 days for us to get it in once it is ordered.
Question asked by Duke22
Question:Q: I have a custom 1999 Yamaha R1. How do these tires hold up at high speed and dropping corners low?Question asked 1 year 9 months ago
Question answered by DaveGearheadUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered 1 year 9 months agoAnswer: A: These are specifically made for sportbikes, so they should hold up well for you.
Question asked by Tom90
Question:Q: Currently have 140/18-17, will 140-70zr-17 fit?Question asked 1 year 10 months ago
Question answered by ThumbsUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered 1 year 10 months agoAnswer: A: Im not sure you have the correct numbers for that first size but if you meant 140/80-70 and you wanted to go down to a 140/70-17 that is okay. you would only be losing about 10% of your height.