Continental Race King 26 Inch MTB Tire
The Continental Race King 26 Inch MTB Tire is a classic competition tire which feels at home at the Cross Country World Cup or at marathons.
This mountain bike tire has a low rolling resistance, good self-damping and low weight making it the right choice for all race bikes. Available in 26 x 2.0" and 26 x 2.2" width, it comes as a standard wire bead with a 60tpi sidewall.
Fast-rolling tire for cross country riding and racing
Recommended for dry, hardpack, and mixed terrain
Excellent cornering traction with more prominent side lugs
PureGrip compound balances grip, rolling speed, & long wear life
3-layer construction is puncture resistant
Tubeless-ready for self-sealing reassurance
130 years of tire experience from Continental
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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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