Tyre / Tire Sport Contact II Continental

Tyre / Tire Sport Contact II Continental

Continental tyre / tire Sport Contact II for mountain bike

The new Continental Sport Contact II tyres are the ideal choice for cyclists who wish to improve their performance in the hard MTB modality. Its main function is to turn your mountain-road wheels into more finite ones like the road. They stand out for being a semi slick tyre, which aims to maximize the grip with asphalt or roads. Ideal for urban commuting or demanding training, they are quickly installed on your bike.

Its surface has a small drawing that aims to minimize the drawbacks of rainy days. Even so, it is not a specific tyre for days of adverse weather, rather the opposite; they are indicated in hot situations. At these temperatures is where the slicks get their full potential.

The Continental Sport Contact has increased the anti-puncture protection using Safety System technology. This consists of a better distribution of the material, ensuring a harder and thicker layer in the middle area while in the side parts a soft and softcompound is used. This, at the same time, has also allowed the weight to be reduced. Continental declares 450 grams in the version of 26 "and 460 in the 29". The casing is nylon to increase the durability and comfort of the rider, with the hardtail rings.

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