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Continental's SportAttack3s are likely to grow the company's presence in the sportsbike sector...

Continental had clear goals of how to better its growingly popular road-focused sportsbike tyre, seeking enhanced dry grip levels, better performance in the wet and increased durability. However, to achieve these aims it meant starting afresh with a new ground-up design of the outgoing SportAttack2. This allowed for the German brand to introduce new technologies such as Grip Limit Feedback technology – designed to make the tyre move progressively when edging towards its outer grip limits.

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