Conti Motion Sport Touring Motorcycle Tire Features -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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Definately A Good Buy
By Hittin' Curves Mims-- The Beast
from Mobile, AL
Comments about Continental Conti Motion Sport Touring Motorcycle Tire:
Definitely a great buy, I can lean until my knee hits the ground and it won't give an inch. The only thing I can see it that the tread my not hold out quite as long as I would expect, but this is DEFINITELY a good quick replacement.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Best tire for the price
from Cookeville, Tennessee
Like any tire it is great in turns once it gets warmed up but does as good as it should in the rain and for the price is the best tire i could recomend 4.5 stars
By BAGGMANS MOTOR SHOP
Well made tire. Excellent value. BikeBandit shipED it out. Paid for Thur, got it MON. Went riding Mon afternoon. Would buy it again and refer it to anyone.Thanks BIKE BANDIT
Not good for a whole lot.
These tires are on my 2007 Triumph Daytona 675The Good: They're cheap, have a pretty long life, and are made by a reputable brand.The Bad: They take a very long time to warm up, and before they do, they are very slick. When they do warm up, they provide, at best, mediocre traction in the dry. They are horrible in the wet, warmed up or not. Also, Warmed up or not, it is very easy to lock these tires up under moderately aggressive braking (read:not slamming the brakes, but merely applying them a bit harder than normal in regular city/commuting type driving).As a 'sport' tire, they fail, in my opinion. As a 'touring' tire, they are decent in terms of the life they will give, and if you are touring in dry weather, they would do just fine. However, I wouldn't tour on a tire that does so poorly in wet or cool/cold weather conditions. I have riden on lots of different tires (Michelin, Pirelli, Dunlop, Continental) and the ContiMotions are easily the worst tire I have ever used. They are also the cheapest, so I can't fault them too much. However, on a motorcycle, just spend the money to get a better tire. It is absolutely worth it.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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