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  • Thick tread rubber is designed and molded to provide excellent grip under all weather conditions
  • Smooth tread surface provides a seamless, asphalt-gripping ride
  • Inverted tread channels provide bite when the street surfaces are affected by erosion or debris such as gravel and sand

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Specs

Best Use Road Cycling
Wheel Size 26 inches
Thread Count Casing (tpi) 84 tpi
Tread Type Inverted Tread
Recommended Pressure (psi) 50 pounds per square inch
Weight 650 grams
Tire Width 1.9 inches
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I LOVE these tires! These tires are wonderful. I recently purchased a 2008 Novara Safari bike from REI. The bike came with these tires. I must admit the tires caught my eye, because they are large for a road/tour bike. My first day commuting to work there was about an inch of snow on the road. This was a great test for the tires, and they worked so well. There was not a moment I felt unsafe. I had plenty of traction. I've also been in the rain with them with the same experience. I'm going to buy these tires for my wife's bike, and I will definitely recommend them to friends!
Date published: 2009-03-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from satisfied overall I've had a pair of these on my Stumpjumper for 2 seasons with about 700 miles on them. I'm about due for replacement. I ride a 13 mile loop that is 10 on road, 3 on gravel/dirt. The main pro is the lower rolling resistance. The main con is I get a lot of flats, even with tuffy liners. I've crashed a few times forgetting that they are not knobbies and cornering in the dirt is sketchy. Overall they perform well for what they were designed for.
Date published: 2011-10-08
Rated 2 out of 5 by from For 2.50 more you can buy... ... the Serfas Drifter. Same tread, MUCH better product. I bought the T&C when I desperately needed to replace one of my Serfas but they were out of stock (rode over a monster piece of sharp metal that left a 1" gash in it and actually left marks in the rim, instant flat, no saving tube or tire). I saw the T&C with the almost identical tread pattern, same price range and Continental brand name, figured it would be good. 1 year later, I've had six puncture flats and the sidewalls are giving out to the point that I noticed a tube bubble beginning while doing my brakes. No abrasions to the sidewall, it was just wearing out, plain and simple. The T&C isn't a bad tire per se, it's got good traction in wet and moderately slick conditions, low rolling resistance for it's width and if you ride in pristine conditions it'll last about a year and a half. (Take at least 6 months off of that if you ride daily) I'm just saying you could get the same thing, but much tougher and longer lived, with the extra $2.50.
Date published: 2013-09-26
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