Optimized performance. The GP Attack Front Tire benefits from Continental's ultra-dense Black Chili compound for a fast roll with extended durability and exceptional grip. Its narrow 22mm front-specific width minimizes rolling resistance.
Vectran puncture breaker keeps out the sharp objects without slowing you down or negatively effecting the tire's ride quality. Water dispersing channels improve traction in wet conditions.
The Grand Prix Attack Tire is available in 700c x 22mm (22-622 ISO) and features a 3 ply casing for a total of 330 TPI. 110-120 recommended PSI. Claimed weight: 175 grams. Black.
The Grand Prix Attack is designed to be paired with the Force Comp tire on the rear wheel.
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Fast and great at gripping road
by Bicycle Norm
In combination with a Conti Force on the rear wheel, this tire is one of the best that I have ever tried. I have ridden it for over 500 miles on Zipp 404, didn't have a flat (yet), and from the wear, it looks like one should expect 3000 to 3500 miles. This tire must have low rolling resistance because I have posted very good times in 5 triathlon races. Highly recommended.
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