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Continental Contact Travel Reflex 26" Tire

Contact Travel Reflex 26" Tire

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The Contact Travel Reflect 26” Tire is an all-terrain endurance and touring tire with a lightweight yet durable Kevlar-reinforced carcass and reliable sidewall protection. It’s designed to provide long-lasting comfort and adaptability.

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Made in: Germany 

26 x 1.75 - Black/Reflective

Weight: 655 grams

Wheel Size: 26" (ISO 559) 

Tire Width: 47mm (1.9in) 

Tire Type: Clincher-WireBead 

RimSize: 559 mm

Width: 47 mm

ISO (ETRTO) Size: 47-559 

Max Pressure: 85 psi

26 x 2.0 - Black/Reflective

Weight: 750 grams

Wheel Size: 26" (ISO 559) 

Tire Type: Clincher-Folding 

Tire Width: 50mm (2.0in) 

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Great tire for mixed surfaces
by I like all bikes
Cycling Enthusiast

I put these on my Surley long haul trucker to use for commuting. My driveway is 14 mile of steep gravel. Otherwise, I'm riding pavement. I have been amazed at how well these tires handle the driveway, both uphill and downhill. On pavement, they roll as smoothly as any road tire. I highly recommend these if you ride on a combination of surfaces.

Reviewed 6/16/2020
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Great Road Tire for MTB
by Michael
Cycling Enthusiast

I got a set 2 weeks ago for my old 20 year old cannondale f400 headshock with a thule child seat on the back. At max pressure there is low rolling resistance, grips reasonably on dirt and gravel and feels stable all around. But its a continental tire so i wouldn't expect anything else but excellent performance. I have continental tires on my car, motorcycle, road bike, now on my MTB.

Reviewed 7/26/2019
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On my Giro 26 high racer for gravel grinding
by Winded Lowrider
Cycling Enthusiast
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I put these on my Giro 26 high racer for gravel grinding. So far so good. They have enough tread for most packed gravel situations. With the raised center section they roll well on pavement. Not as heavy as other options like the Conti double fighter. 1.75 seemed a good compromise for a gravelall around tire. Miles will tell, but so far I like them.

Reviewed 1/16/2020
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Superb ride, handling, long lasting durability.
by Bernie B
Cycling Enthusiast
Quebec Canada.

I had originally installed the tires onto my upgraded Peugeot Canyon Express some time back in the early '90s. after I found myself using this bike more often and for longer distances instead of my road bike.

These tires work great in commuting (28 miles) handling all sorts of road and weather conditions with confidence and great low rolling resistance hence a good speed. For Touring, again my original Conti. Travel Contact tires could not be beat. Never had a flat, used over 10,000mi. Road, Gravel, Trails.. The tires were still rolling till May 2019 , little 'nicks' in the tire rolling surface the side tire wall mesh was coming loose, (just a visual), the rear tire had busted a cord ( causing a 'bump' to be felt on each rotation. -much improved upon when I rotated back tire to front.

Well I've installed the new set of ( now renamed contact travel) tires inflated them to (my standard 50psi) pressure, and taken them for a spin. Smooth ride, I'm hoping the new Conti.'s are just as good as the originals when they were manufactured in Germany. -Time and the road will tell.

Reviewed 6/15/2019
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Great 26 tires for touring
by Jeff
4 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

Really like these tires. Its getting harder and harder to find a good 26 touring tire.

Reviewed 10/29/2018
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Solid Tires
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Detroit, MI
4 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

These tires have a good tread set up for roads and gravel pathways. Smooth rolling with some decent bite on the gravel corners.

Reviewed 10/8/2018
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