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Eddy Mac

Verified Purchaser
Over 6 months ago Massachusetts
5 out of 5 stars
Ease of Installation
Great Feel

The best tire yet for my 1999 Kawasaki ZRX 1100. From the first mile I could feel the difference, the Road Attack 3 gives a smooth ride with a very sure grip of the pavement. Very happy rider


Verified Purchaser
1 year 1 month ago Richmond, VA
5 out of 5 stars
Ease of Installation
Great sport touring tire

Bike: 2008 FJR 1300
Riding style: daily commuter, more aggressive on the weekend & back roads

I've been riding on this now for a few weeks (daily commuting & a one longer ride). The tires feel great so far. Easy to balance (I installed them myself), but the front was a bit more difficult than other tires to mount by hand. As advertised, these took almost no break-in. A day or two at most. The easy turn-in surprised me a bit at first (more so than other new tires), I had to be careful not to turn in too quickly. I've already scraped pegs on my FJR and haven't had these slip once, including on wet roads. The real question will be 10,000 miles from now - I'm hoping the way Continental manufactured the multi-compound will eliminate that sharp wear line I've see on other tires where the different compounds meet. I wouldn't put these on a super sport, but 5 stars for the purpose they were built for.

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Question asked by aj7840

Question: Can these be used with a tube on spoked wheels
Question asked Over 10 months ago
Question answered by Trevor Gearhead
User's contributor status: Top 10
Question answered Over 10 months ago
Answer: Tubes can be used on tubeless type tires. Be sure to use a rim strip on spoked wheels!

Question asked by Buck

Question: Your site is a bit confusing. Do I take the price quoted to the right of the tire (on the website) and then add for front and rear tires when selecting size below? or is the quoted price to the right of the tire picture, the sales price?
Question asked 1 year 5 months ago
Question answered by DaveGearhead
User's contributor status: Top 1
Question answered 1 year 5 months ago
Answer: You will choose the tire sizes you need, then the site will quote you the correct price.

# Part Numbers

Front Tire
Product Variant Manufacturer Part #
110/80ZR-18 02445010000
110/70ZR-17 02444990000
100/90-18 02445000000
120/70ZR-19 02444980000
110/80-19 02444970000
120/60ZR-17 02444960000
100/90R-18 CR 02445640000
110/80ZR-18 CR 02445650000
120/70ZR-17 02444940000
120/70ZR-17 GT 02444950000
Rear Tire
Product Variant Manufacturer Part #
170/60-17 02445140000
150/70-17 02445130000
150/70ZR-17 02445120000
160/60ZR-17 02445090000
130/80R-18 CR 02445660000
160/60ZR-18 02445200000
130/80-17 02445170000
170/60ZR-17 02445150000
170/60ZR-17 GT 02445160000
180/55ZR-17 02445030000
130/80-18 02445190000
180/55ZR-17 GT 02445040000
110/80R-18 CR 02445830000
190/55ZR-17 02445050000
150/65R-18 CR 02445580000
190/50ZR-17 02445070000