Tyres have been divided into three categories: Three-sport, two road and one all-terrain
Continental revealed six new motorcycle tyres for 2020 season at the Milan Motorcycle Show 2019. Tyres have been divided into three category – three new sport tyres that will redefine the sport tyre world, two new road tyres for the on-the-go city rider and an all-new all-terrain tyre. Continental will also ramp up production in Asia to meet worldwide demand. Below mentioned are the tyres along with their feature:
The new ContiSportAttack 4 road sport tyre is the successor to the ContiSportAttack 3 with a significantly greater contact surface at extremely lean angles than its predecessor. Characteristics such as road grip, precision and handling were also optimized, setting new standards in excellence thanks to Continental’s secret BlackChili compound.
ContiRaceAttack 2 Street and ContiRaceAttack 2 soft / medium
For more hardcore sports riders, Korbach presents the hypersport ContiRaceAttack 2 Street road tyre in its portfolio – a racing tyre that can also handle all-round duties.
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For more extreme duties and if the amateur race track is your second home, then opt for the further enhanced ContiRaceAttack 2 and its uncompromising racing qualities – in ‘soft’ or ‘medium’, these allow reduced air pressure and tyre warmers for even greater race track performance. These two new products also excel in outstanding track stability and road grip attributes thanks to the BlackChili compound.
TKC 70 Rocks
TKC 70 Rocks is a rear tyre without a solid backbone and with knobs over the entire tread pattern. It’s a cross between the TKC 70 and TKC 80 and can be used on wider types of terrain than the TKC 70 and is better on the road than the TKC 80, offering an attractive alternative with greater versatility and freedom. The TKC 70 Rocks can be combined with the front wheel tyres of the TKC 70, creating an additional tyre option for those who yearn for the horizon off-road.
ContiRoad is engineered in Germany, and its Korbach design and technology is clearly evident. It’s placed between the ContiRoadAttack 3 and its predecessor the ContiRoadAttack 2.
ContiStreet is best suited for motorcycles with small-displacement engines – an entirely new cross-ply tyre, which replaces the ContiGO! (City).