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Continental
Grand Prix Force III Rear Tire

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In the rear, with the gear.

The Continental Grand Prix Force II Rear Tire is the latest iteration of Continental's racing tire. Designed specifically for the rear wheel, this lightweight 25mm tire delivers quick acceleration, optimal traction, and puncture-resistant durability. With the Force III on the rear wheel, race in confidence from the 30% increase in wet-weather traction and 26% reduction in rolling resistance, all while weighing in at just 210 grams.


Features:

  • Rear-specific road racing tire designed for reduced rolling resistance, increased grip, and low weight.
  • BlackChili Rubber Compound provide a 26% reduction in rolling resistance with added grip.
  • Vectran™ breaker for unsurpassed puncture protection.
  • Bead: Folding.
  • Diameter: 700c.
  • Width: 25mm.
  • Claimed weight: 210 grams.
 

ISO (ETRTO) Size: 25-622 

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