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Continental
Ultra Sport II 27 Inch (Wire Bead)

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Your trusty training tire.

Continental's Ultra Sport II is the continuation of a classic training tire is made with Conti's advanced new Pure Grip compound – ranked just below Conti's BlackChili compound for a fraction of the price. The tires provide great grip and high durability, for a long-lasting training partner that always performs.

Available in 1 ⅛” or 1 ¼” widths. Wire bead. Black.

Details:

Size Min. Pressure Max. Pressure Claimed Weight
1 1/8" 80 psi 115 psi 405 g
1 1/4" 65 psi 102 psi 430 g

 

ISO (ETRTO) Size: 630 mm

 

Threads Per Inch: 3 Plies/180 Total 

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Vintage 12 speed bike solution
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by Anonymous
Ohio

I'd say the best choice in an affordable training tire...

And the prices here are the lowest.

I put them on Vintage Schwinn 12 speeds from the 80's, take to 115psi and ride them hard and fast

Reviewed 11/4/2018
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Great value
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by Anonymous
chicago burbs

Smooth ride even on rough country roads

Reviewed 9/22/2018
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Great inexpensive Tire
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by Momof7
SD,Ca

Ive bought several of these tires and have had great success with them. Nice ride, hold up well. A little more difficult to get on the rim but not bad.

Reviewed 9/20/2018
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Great tire for your vintage ride
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
northern calif
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I needed a tire for my 70's era Centurion road bike. This 27 14 tire is sturdy, supple and fast, love it so far.

Reviewed 7/2/2018
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Great tire at a good price.
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by pdxbikeguy
Casual Cyclist
Portland, OR.
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

These tires are great. High quality and wear well. The 27 x 1 18 is a bit wider than expected and fits more like a 27 1 14. Very good deal for the price!

Reviewed 4/19/2018
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Overall Tire size is large
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by Luis
Daily Commuter
6 of 11 customers found this review helpful.

My tires size 27 in. for a daily commuter road bike. Seems like a good tire. However, as stated in other website reviews when full of air and installed the overall size of this tire increased almost to make contact with the bike frame and brakes caliper system. Make sure there is enough space for this in your bike. To install or remove the tire I need to remove all the air from the tire. There is about 18 in or less clearance between the tire and the calipers.

Reviewed 11/27/2016
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