Compete with the King. The Continental Race King is built for maximum speed without sacrificing reliable traction. This RaceSport version is specifically designed for weight savings and handmade from the finest materials.
The tread features sharp, wide, and low-profile knobs which hook up well and roll fast. Closely spaced center knobs roll smooth and fast in the straights. Ample spacing on the rest of the tread resists packing up with mud.
The advanced Black Chili rubber compound performs exceptionally, increasing grip and durability while lowering rolling resistance.
Race Sport casing features 3 fabric plies for a total of 180 TPI, ensuring an incredibly supple ride while keeping weight to an absolute minimum -- the result is a tire that performs in almost any off-road racing conditions.
Recommended pressure: 50 PSI. Max. pressure: 65 PSI. Black. Available in a 29 x 2.0 Inch (50-622 ISO; 700g).
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