Radial and Bias-Ply Tires: Differences and Characteristics

December 7, 2021

Radial and bias-ply tire structures Surely on more than one occasion you have heard these terms related to the structure of your tires. Well, today we are going to go deeper into them, and never better said, because to understand what they mean, their differences and how they influence the behavior of our tires, it […]

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Long life for your Continental: performance and durability is possible

December 15, 2020

Performance of Continental Tires The life span of a motorcycle tire is hard to predict due to the many variables is roads, riding style, motorcycle specifications, etc. Some tires might offer an excellent tread life, but their overall performance diminishes considerably after a few thousand miles. Continental works hard to ensure that their tires provide […]

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ZeroDegree: A Continental Core Technology

December 5, 2017

Continental implements a steel belt for excellent stability at high speeds In our last core technology post we talked about the MultiGrip technology. Now we are going to check out another technological treasure of the Continental Motorcycle Tire department: the “ZeroDegree” steel belt. This steel belt is part of the carcass of the tire. The carcass can […]

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MultiGrip: A Continental Core Technology

August 30, 2017

Looking at a tire from outside, it may just look like something round, black, with a hole in the middle that spins and has tread around it. But the reality is much more than that. Part of the “much more” are the Continental Core Technologies that we apply to manufacture our tires in order to […]

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