Ready For Any Urban Or Gravel Adventure
Have you been rolling around town on knobby mountain bike tires and thought to yourself, why am I working so hard? Continental has a solution for you. Throw on a pair of the Continental Double Fighter III 26" Urban tires and get where you want to go faster and with less effort.
Conti defines the 'double' in Double Fighter as the two qualities that make this tire rise above the rest — it rolls lightly and is quiet on paved roads, yet it grips on gravel roads and singletrack paths.
This tire is a perfect solution for turning a knobby-tired mountain bike into one good for zipping around the metro area.
On top of its fast-rolling qualities, the Double Fighter has great puncture protection from any debris that you might encounter.
Upgrade your 26" bicycle and get from point A to point B in no time.
- Fast rolling, yet grippy tread design
- Tough sidewall construction to protect against flats
- Clincher Wirebead
- High maximum tire pressure (65 PSI)
- LIghtweight: 790g
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The product weight specified is an approximate weight based on the manufacturer's specifications (if available) or our measurement of one or two examples. For most products, the weight will typically vary by 5% to 10%.
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