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Terra Speed Gravel 700c Tire

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More Adventure. More Comfort.

Continental joins the movement to hit gravel roads and search for the next adventure. The Terra Speed Gravel tires use hexagonal-shaped tread blocks and horizontal siping to provide predictable steering and control on loose terrain.

The faster rolling of the two Continental gravel-specific tires, the Terra Speed, is ideal for performance seeking riders or those riding less aggressive terrain. Adapted from the mountain bike, Continental's Revolution Tubeless Ready casing with ProTection layering features 3-layer, 180tpi sidewalls and 4-layer 240tpi under the tread.

Ultra-tacky and made to get you through dusty, dry and damp conditions, Continental's premium Black Chili Compound uses a non-directional tread pattern, giving you more versatility to tackle the unknown roads ahead.

Available in: 700x35mm and 700x40mm


Wheel Size: 700C/29 


Tire Tread Color: Black 


Tire Sidewall Color: Black 


Tire Color: Black 


Tire Type: Tubeless Ready 

700 x 35mm - Protection TR

Mfg PartNum: 01016930000 

700 x 40mm - Protection TR

Mfg PartNum: 01016940000 

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Good rolling on tarmac, decent grip on firm mud
by nwAR
Daily Commuter
Seattle, WA

Fitted these to a pair of ENVE G23 rims. They slipped on without tools or swearing, but I was surprised that they inflated to 38mm on these rims most tires end up wider than specified - not narrower. Still running them with inner tubes, so can't comment on tubeless setup issues.

I've been riding on this setup on muddy but reasonably firm gravel. Despite the shallower tread (to get that extra speed), the grip has been surprisingly good, even up the steep slopes of one of our local cyclocross courses.

Reviewed 3/17/2020
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Great gravel and dirt road climber
by Duck
Cycling Enthusiast
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

Have these on my Boone on an Aeolus Pro 3 TLR wheelset. Mounting was pretty straightforward, I used Orange Endurance sealant. I had a slow leak in my front tire, but after a few rides the leak stopped. Ridden at 50psi, these are great on a well traveled dirt road, an old dirt and gravel road without smooth tracks or on pavement. I rode up a local mountain (in the Berkshires) after a rainstorm, so the dirt turned to mud but I didn't experience wheel slip or get stuck. I got the 35mm version, and thought initially I should have gone with the 40, but these have been fast, grippy, and great.

Reviewed 2/5/2020
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