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Competition Black Chili Tubular Tire (650c)

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Already one of the most durable and versatile tubular tires on the market, the classic Continental Competition tubular is now better than ever with the addition of Conti's innovative Black Chili compound. Black Chili has molecules ten times smaller than other rubber compounds, increasing the tire's lifespan and lowering its rolling resistance. The Vectran flat protection strip also featured in the tire improves flat resistance and and reduces weight by 15 grams! High quality and hand-made in Germany. 650c (571 ISO) Sizes.


Applications: Road Racing, Performance Road Riding 


Max Pressure: 170 PSI


Threads Per Inch: 3 Plies/180 Total 


Made in: Germany 

650c x 19mm

Weight: 222 grams

Rec Pressure: 145 PSI

650c x 22mm

Weight: 244 grams

ISO (ETRTO) Size: 22-571 mm

Rec Pressure: 110 PSI

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by Anonymous
Competitive Racer

Have used these for years racing triathlons and time-trials.

Reviewed 1/14/2013
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