After a few full-throttle sessions on the oval, we embarked on a two-day tour of the German countryside, blasting down the Autobahn and fying along tree-lined back roads on our way to Continental’s factory in Korbach for a tour. By the time we returned to the Contidrom we’d logged nearly 500 miles on the SA2s, yet the “Continental” logosrunning down the center of the tires were still visible. A dual-compound design balances straight-line durability with cornering grip, and the SA2s appear to wear very well. And there’s no doubt that they work well—we rode them in the dry and wet, in hot and cold, on the race track and on twisty roads and they performed superbly. If you’re looking for one set of tires to handle every sporting scenario, the Sport Attack 2s might be for you. They’re available in all common sizes at prices on par with other tires in the category.