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Continental Ride Tour 700c
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Continental Ride Tour 700c

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Description

An All-Around Town Touring Tire

The Continental Tour Ride is a great tire for reliably getting around town or touring when the road conditions are unknown. It features a smooth center tread for quick rolling in the straights, but has ample tread on the shoulders for reliable cornering traction. Breakdown protection belt help ward off flats. High mileage rubber compound for long life.


The Ride Tour is E-Bike Ready.


Sizes available:

  • 700c x 28mm (28-622 ISO; 580g)
  • 700c x 32mm (32-622 ISO; 600g)
  • 700c x 42mm (42-622 ISO; 760g)
  • 700c x 47mm (47-622 ISO; 835g)

The Continental Tour Ride features a wire bead. Note this 700c version of the Tour Ride is labeled as a "28 inch" on the sidewall. It fits standard 700c rims (622mm ISO).



B-Stock - This product has one or more B-Stock units available. These units can be purchased at a discount (see option select). B-Stock units were returned from other customers and may have missing or damaged packaging materials. These units are otherwise as new. The full manufacturer warranty applies. Click Here for more information.

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%.

Specifications

 

Wheel Size: 700C/29" (ISO 622) 

 

Tire Type: Clincher-WireBead 

 

Threads Per Inch: 66 

 

RimSize: 622 mm

 

Width: 28 mm

 

Width: 32 mm

 

Width: 42 mm

 

Width: 47 mm

 

ISO (ETRTO) Size: 28-622 mm

 

ISO (ETRTO) Size: 32-622 mm

 

ISO (ETRTO) Size: 42-622 mm

 

ISO (ETRTO) Size: 47-622 mm

 

E-Bike Ready?: Yea 

700c x 28mm

Weight: 600 grams

Tire Width: 28mm (1.1in) 

Mfg PartNum: C1412717 

700c x 32mm

Weight: 650 grams

Tire Width: 32mm (1.3in) 

Mfg PartNum: C1400002 

700c x 42mm

Weight: 770 grams

Tire Width: 42mm (1.7in) 

Mfg PartNum: C1412712 

700c x 47mm

Weight: 940 grams

Tire Width: 47mm (1.9in) 

Mfg PartNum: C1412713 

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Dirty Kanza 100 Tire
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by Doug G
Casual Cyclist
Kansas City
8 of 8 customers found this review helpful.

I am a 53 year old recreational rider, who primarily rides paved bike trails with a Giant Roam with disc brakes. Last year my cousin and I decided we would challenge ourselves to ride the Dirty Kanza 100, a 100 mile gravel grinder in the Flint Hills near Emporia, Kansas. I researched gravel grinding and what we would need to do to prepare for the ride. Tires became a significant concern tube verses tubeless, what tread pattern, and I didn't want to spend a fortune on tires. After much research I settled on a set of Continental Tour Ride Tires with Kenda tubes and Continental sealant. Taking advantages of sales, I was all in for less than $50.

When I initially installed the tires and began riding on local trails, I immediate felt a difference. The Continentals rolled much easier than my original factory tires. In April we rode the Cool Hand Luke, a 50 mile gravel grind in Leavenworth, Kansas. Conditions were dry, but the roads had lots of fresh, loose gravel and the fills were very steep. I experienced no flats or traction problems. Yesterday, June 3, 2017, I completed the Dirty Kanza 100!! Conditions were great Temperatures in the 70's, cloudy, mild breezes in the afternoon, a little humid, and brief sprinkles in the afternoon. In Kansas it doesn't get much better in June. The Continental Tour Ride tires performed excellently, no flats, no traction issues.

If you're looking for an economical gravel tire, the Continental Tour Ride proved to be an excellent option for me.

Reviewed 6/4/2017
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Quality tires and quality supplier
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by PBob
Casual Cyclist
Cedar CIty, Utah
0 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I receintly purchased ssinngle speed road ebike. When I carelessly rode it off the paved course, it rather unceremniouslt dumped me. The second time, I ended up with 8 broken ribs and a punctured lung, a huge contuson on my right arm... Needless to say, my wife of many years would not let me back on the bike until I remedied the situation. The bike came with Kenda rod tires. After a few months of convalescence I began to search for some gravel tires. The brands and choices are endless. Settled on a mfr I trust - Continental - and a supplier I thought [from my internet research] looked big enough to deliver. Western Bike Works fit the bill. The ride tour 700C seemed to fit the bill. The tires and tubes came quickly and wel packaged. I am no mechanic, but the Contis were easy to install, and I have had them out in the chilly S Utah winter weather a few times with hopeful results. No snow or wet pavement yet. When I need other cycling equipment I will start by looking at Western Bike Works. I bought the tubes as spares and have not yet pressed them into service. So I raate only the tires and supplier

Reviewed 1/24/2022
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My Go-To City Tire
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by Sam C
Daily Commuter
New Orleans, LA

After a decade of riding mostly continental gatorskins and schwalbe marathons on my city bikes, I stumbled on the Continental Ride Tour tires and will not be going back. I ride about 6-8 miles/day on the rutted streets of New Orleans and burn through tires every few months, these tires are an excellent way to avoid spending $xxx each time I wear through the tread. The tires mount easily and offer great puncture protection, from what I can tell. I ride them with normal tubes and no additional puncture protection, and the only flat I've had resulted from a botched tube change that pinched the inner tube. These are probably a bit heavy for riders who weigh their bikes and use carbon parts to shave ounces, but for the rest of us, the Ride Tour is THE city tire. Look no further.

Reviewed 1/21/2022
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Tough set of tires but ride very smooth.
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by binderline
Daily Commuter
Monterey, CA

I use these for daily community and weekend rides.

Reviewed 1/19/2023
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The tires on the cannondale cx quick, are better than the stock tires on gravel roads and street.
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by Franke
Lancaster,pennsylvania
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

The tires are good on the enola low grade ,rails to trails,the gravel could be thick in spots.more suited for mountain mointain bikes,although the tires on the hybrid are enspiring.And corner at speed on the street,nice neighborhood trecks.The tread patern is self cleaning and does not throw allot od debree.steep decents on a trail were Predictable.I have not had them in snow,but i expect good maners.a little heavy fo racing.

Reviewed 1/2/2017
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Not a single flat in nearly 3,000 miles
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by drosser
Daily Commuter
Portland, OR
6 of 6 customers found this review helpful.

I put a set of these on before taking on a personal 1,000 miles in one month challenge, last year. They have survived completely unscathed and worked well in the wet, rainy Portland winter. I have previously used Schwalbe Marathons and they are comparable, except for lacking a reflective stripe on the sidewall. Currently our roads and bike lanes are lousy with broken glass. I'm not foolhardy, I don't deliberately ride over that stuff, but I haven't had a single flat in approximately 3,000 miles of commuting and recreational rides. I keep looking at lighter, more expensive tires, but why mess with something that's already working great?

Reviewed 8/7/2016
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Saved me a ton!
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by ILeftNJ
Cycling Enthusiast
Pennsylvania USA
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

My old road bike just sitting there. Nothing wrong with it. You guys recommended these tires to add to the old roadie. Now I do not need a Cross bike. I use the old ride with these nubbies for various rough road and trail scenarios. Also when I go into Philadlphia. Great on the street and less worry about getting my new bike stolen.

Reviewed 10/30/2020
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Great commuter tire
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by danstu
Casual Cyclist
Oregon
9 of 9 customers found this review helpful.

I switched from a skinny racing tire to this tire to commute to work. I liked that it has some traction but still comes in a smaller size (28) than the other commuter tires. So far it has been a great tire. I do not ride off road, but there is a lot of road debris in parts of my commute and it handles well. Overall very happy with this tire and would definitely buy again for commuting.

Reviewed 5/29/2015
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GAP TRAIL
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by bikehikeman
Cycling Enthusiast
17046

I plan on having these installed on my road bike to ride GAP trail. better over comfort and confidence.

Reviewed 2/16/2022
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Swipped from the Porch
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Portland, OR
0 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

I know these tires would have worked well on my errand bike, but someone else has them.

Reviewed 12/10/2021
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Use tires for commuting 8 miles one way.
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by Breanna
Salt Lake City
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Stable riding with these tires on my gravel bike. Salt Lake City bike path and roads have a lot of cracks and unevenness!

Reviewed 11/22/2021
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Great product ,very happy.
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by TTB
Daily Commuter
Buffalo ny
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Great tires , very happy with proformance .

Reviewed 5/21/2019
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Nice riding on mixed surfaces.
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by Anonymous
Illinois
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

These work on mixed surfaces, gravel I rate these as good, over all a great tire for the money that you can ride from asphalt to hard oack single track.

Reviewed 4/21/2021
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Reasonably priced, durable road tires
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by BikeWho
Cycling Enthusiast
Northern Virginia
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

These are reasonably priced, durable road tires. They stand up to normal road debris. I've pedaled over 4,500 miles on a pair of these tires and they just keep going and going.

Reviewed 3/11/2021
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3 Bikes and holding
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by ILeftNJ
Cycling Enthusiast
Pennsylvania USA
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Got these tires to retrofit my backup road bike. With this tire I do not need a cross bike. I use it as a travel ride and can now do some off road and gravel riding. BTW its a 2007 Giant OCR 1.

Reviewed 8/21/2020
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Great tire
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by Scott
Olympia

Needed new tires. Found these at a great price from Western Bike Works. Easy to install. Good grip. Would buy again.

Reviewed 1/28/2019
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Flat resistant, smooth rolling, just enough tread for light gravel, nice price
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by Rick
Cycling Enthusiast
Denver

Put this on my secondary, upright-sitting utility bike, bike for local errands . Mounts nicely, rolls well, seems lower rolling resistance than other tires in this class / price range. In cornering feels appropriately sticky. Pretty graphics.

Reviewed 5/10/2024
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Very smooth riding tires
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by RickyLeland
Mannford, Ok

Very smooth ride and easy to install.

Reviewed 5/9/2024
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I've tried a lot of tires and these are the best. They have a unique profile which makes cycling a breeze
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Bradenton Florida
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I have these on several bikes, and what I like the most is the puncture resistance. Not say I've never gotten a flat with one, but a thumbtack is a tough thing, to roll over.

Reviewed 4/22/2024
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Really great tires and great service
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by MW
Burbank

I found these after shopping for a long time and so happy I found your store! I love supporting owner operated business and am happy to be a part of the group. these tores are simply the best, Continental all the way!

Reviewed 1/1/2024
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