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Contact Plus Travel Tire 700c

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Roll in comfort. Continental's versatile Country Plus is great for city riding, dry trails or touring thanks to an understated tread which offers traction and speed. The Plus protection barrier fights off sharp obstacles, keeping out thorns and glass shards without adding too much weight. Wider widths ensure a smooth ride over rough terrain, and a reflective sidewall keeps you seen after dark.

  • 700c x 37mm (37-622 ISO; 70 Psi Max; 800 grams)
  • 700c x 42mm (42-622 ISO; 65 Psi Max; 920 grams)
  • 700c x 47mm (47-622 ISO; 580 Psi Max; 1000 grams)

Applications: Training/Recreational, Commuting/Urban, Pavement/Dirt Roads 


Threads Per Inch: 3 Plies/66 Total TPI


Made in: India 

700c x 37mm

Weight: 800 grams

ISO (ETRTO) Size: 37-622 mm

Rec Pressure: 58 PSI

Max Pressure: 70 PSI

700c x 47mm

Weight: 1000 grams

ISO (ETRTO) Size: 47-622 mm

Rec Pressure: 45 PSI

Max Pressure: 58 PSI

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Great tire, narrower than listed
by sjk4
Cycling Enthusiast
NE Ohio

I've had great luck with Continental tires on my road bike and the commuter touring bike. I wanted something a bit wider for the touring bike and found these. The listing and a bar code sticker on the label list them as 37 mm wide however the tire and the manufacturer label list them as 35 mm. Mounted they measure 30 mm. Not a deal breaker but if I had known they were that much narrower I would have gone with a wider tire. This is the only reason I gave them 4 instead of 5 stars.

Reviewed 4/25/2018
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A couple of boat anchors
by Geebsy
Cycling Enthusiast
0 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

But pretty much flat-proof. They'll slow you down enough to enjoy smelling the roses (and you'll also be able to ride over the roses without fear of the thorns, though you will have to do it slowly.

Reviewed 9/8/2014
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commuting beast!
by MSL
Daily Commuter
Wichita, KS

A beast of a tire for commuting. I bought the 47mm version to use on my 29er rigid commuter bike with tubes. I know each of these tires weigh in at 1 kg...but I wanted the assurance of a robust tire on my commute. Wichita commuting is a tough go on tires. Lots of glass, nails, weird debris, and the dreaded goat head. I was expecting these to feel like I was riding through molasses but I found they rolled along nicely for such a robust, heavy tire. The grip is good on wet pavement. and so far I've plucked many goat heads out of the tread without a puncture.

Reviewed 9/10/2018
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I'm a Conti fan already, so this was a no-brainer for me
by Jeff
Cycling Enthusiast
Mamaroneck, NY
1 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I run the Conti GP4000 on my road bikes so when I needed to replace the tires on my hybrid, my first choice was to see what was available from Conti to fit the need. Consistent with my expectations, these tires are great, good traction and good performance.

Reviewed 4/3/2017
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Excellent Tire
by Anonymous
3 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

This is a great tire,I put it on my Trek ...I had 700x35 tires...I went with a biggert tire..700x48 and it fit perfect.What a difference in the ride and stability.

Reviewed 3/3/2014
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Puncture proof commuter
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
St charles, Il
5 of 6 customers found this review helpful.

I purchased these to avoid puncture flats on my commute to/from work. Haven't had a puncture with them yet. Look at the weight specs, they're heavy.

Reviewed 11/16/2013
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Outstanding flat protection
by Year round rider
Cycling Enthusiast
Rainy Portland
7 of 7 customers found this review helpful.

I depend on these tires getting me to work on time. A flat in the morning would be very unwelcome. There is lots of glass on my route, so I was worried that no tire would prevent flats. So far, these are my favorite tire for commutes.

Reviewed 2/7/2013
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work great in gravel, roll easy on pavement
by km
Cycling Enthusiast
Western Nebraska
13 of 14 customers found this review helpful.

I ride mostly gravel grinding and I love the Country Plus tires (47-700). Its goat head season(stickers, puncture weed). I went through a place that was bad with them and counted around a dozen in my tires, no flats no problems. Roll well gravel and pavement.

Reviewed 10/7/2012
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Reliable and dependable service without, flats day after day.
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Memphis, TN
8 of 9 customers found this review helpful.

I use the CC Plus Tires for routine daily rides on streets and park paths averaging 12-18 miles per trip. My first pair has over 1,000 miles on them and I have never had a flat. Previous tires showed serious wear after this much use and thorns and other small sharp objects pentrated the casing and tubes resulting flats. I bought a second pair to have as replacemnets. Looks like it will still be a while before I need to install them. I have average 3,000 milesyear for the past 5 years. Gene C. Memphis, TN.

Reviewed 5/7/2012
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The best commuter tires I've tried
by Long-haul biker
Cycling Enthusiast
Portland Oregon
6 of 6 customers found this review helpful.

I've been commuting by bike for 4 years now, and the one thing I really can't have is a flat on the way to work. Cheap tires obviously won't work, but I've found that even some that claim to be puncture resistant don't do much better. These have been working for me these 6 months. The tread design is good for winter riding.

Reviewed 3/17/2012
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Sweet Tires
by HPV Pounder
Cycling Enthusiast
5 of 5 customers found this review helpful.

I installed these tires (700c x 42mm) on my Schwinn cross trainer yesterday and was very impressed. These tires are far more superior than the stock Cheng Shen knobby tires that came with the bike. The tires have strong sidewalls, roll very smooth and are quiet while riding. The reflective sidewall enhances saftey at night.

My only complaint is that this tire is not available in (27 x 14) for my racer.

Reviewed 2/1/2012
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Nice looking commuting tire
by Nonstop biker in PDX
Cycling Enthusiast
Portland, OR
14 of 15 customers found this review helpful.

I was looking for a tire with reflective sidewalls, flat protection, and that had a good tread pattern for winter riding. I was a bit worried that they may feel sluggish, but they don't. I was glad to be able to mount them without needing tire levers. The only negative I have noticed is that the 700X37 size ran narrow.

Reviewed 10/28/2011
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