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Conti Trail Attack 2 Dual-Sport Tire

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Conti Trail Attack 2 Dual-Sport Tire.
      -Advanced adventure touring/Dual-sport tire for large-capacity bikes.
      -Engineered to meet the demands of today's modern powerful, high-performance adventure touring enduro machines.
      -0 degree steel-belt construction on the rear tire delivers superior stability and comfort even at high cruising speeds as well as high loads.
      -Reinforced carcass on the front tire utilizes a newly designed tread pattern to ensure higher precision and optimized wear.
      -Improved touring compound offers high grip in all wet and dry conditions combined with excellent mileage for longer trips.
      -Exceptionally quick warm-up time.
      -Stunning new tread pattern adapted from the Conti-Attack family.

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Perfect for my needs

By schjlatah

from San Francisco, CA


  • Good Cornering
  • Good Ride
  • Versatile


    Best Uses

    • Street Riding

    Comments about Continental Conti Trail Attack 2 Dual-Sport Tire:

    100% of my riding is in the city, but I do have plenty of unimproved roads with potholes and the occasional sand-drift that I have to negotiate.
    I have run a set of Continental Trail Attack 2's on my Ducati S2R 1000 for the past 7,000 miles and have loved every mile of it. They mainly live on the street, but handle freeways well and have taken the terror out of hitting the occasional sand-patch. I haven't done any actual "off-roading" with them, but they do afford much better control when you unexpectedly hit non-asphalt riding-surfaces.

    • Motorsports:
    • Commuter, Motorcycle Enthusiast

    Good Grip but Uneven Wear

    By lehmanhill

    from Michigan


    • Confident In Wet
    • Good Cornering
    • Good Ride


    • Difficult To Install
    • Uneven Wear

    Best Uses

    • Street Riding

    Comments about Continental Conti Trail Attack 2 Dual-Sport Tire:

    I ride a KLR650, mostly in the curves with Sport Bike friends. I always find some hardpack dirt too. I have used one front and two rears. The front and first rear was the original Trail Attack. The second was the Trail Attack 2.

    The Trail Attack tires are very confident to ride, especially when new and give good grip wet or dry. In cornering, they give strong grip with excellent feedback. I have been able to use all of the front tread and most of the rear tread with confidence. I have no trouble keeping up with the sportbikes in the corners.

    On hardpack dirt or gravel, the tire has more grip than you would expect for the tread design. It is no off-road knobby, but I can go anywhere that I want to, as long as it isn't sand or mud.

    The tires wear fairly well. I have about 6000 miles on each rear and 12000 on the front of fairly aggressive riding, with several thousand miles of useful tread left. Unfortunately, both rear tires started showing uneven wear around 3000 to 4000 miles. By 6000, there is some vibration and slightly less confidence when leaned over in a corner. What happens is that the 'V' shaped tread groove in the shoulder allows the tread inside to flex and not wear. The bigger areas on either side wear during cornering. The result is a kind of cupping wear that limits the tire life. In the end, this uneven wear has led me to try a different tire, even though I like the performance of this tire in all other ways.

    Mounting this tire is difficult, especially the rear tire. The carcass is very stiff and the bead area is thick. This makes it hard to get on an off the KLR rear rim.

    • Motorsports:
    • Motorcycle Enthusiast

    I'm impressed!

    By Dahveed

    from Texas

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    • Good grip
    • Nice ride


      Best Uses

      • Adventure touring

      Comments about Continental Conti Trail Attack 2 Dual-Sport Tire:

      These came stock on my '13 R1200GS Waterboxer. They seem to be a great tire so far. My prior favorite tire was the Anakee 2, but these offer similar performance. I'm at about 1,900 miles and the rear is starting to get a little bit of a flat section in the middle. Apparently I need to find some curvier roads!

      At times off road, I wish it had some wider snipes in it, but it goes fine on graded gravel and dirt roads.

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      Specifications and Options

      Brand Continental
      Front / Rear Front, Rear
      Tire Size 90/90-21, 100/90-19, 110/80-19, 120/70-17, 120/70-19, 130/80-17, 140/80-17, 140/80-18, 150/70-17, 150/70-18, 160/60-17, 170/60-17, 180/55-17, 190/55-17
      Rim Size 21, 19, 18, 17
      Tube / Tubeless Tubeless
      Bias / Radial Bias, Bias Ply, Radial
      Load Index 54, 57, 58, 59, 60, 65, 69, 70, 72, 73, 75
      Speed Rating H, S, V, W
      Note For BMW F650/700, For Honda NC700X / Kawasaki Versys, For KTM 1190 Adv. & Adv R.