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by SFBiker
Daily Commuter
San Francisco, CA
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virtually indestructible and impervious to all city and country roads throw at you! My last set saw 5k miles before failure and that was a wear hole!

see review headline! No other alternative for city streets

Reviewed 6/12/2017
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by David L
Daily Commuter
Portland, OR
Reliable Tires

I've been riding this Vittoria Randonneur tires for the last 2 years. I have very little reason to change away from this tire set. As a daily commuter, I have only had 1 flat. They are durable enough with a replacement every 6-8 months. These are by far the best bang for your buck tires.

Reviewed 6/6/2017
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by Lawrence
PORTLAND
Excellent all around tires

Superb dry grip, decent durability, reasonable puncture protection.

In my opinion, the best all around training tires at this price point. I trust these tires for high speed cornering. When WBW has these on sale, they are the best value anywhere.

Reviewed 6/5/2017
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by Doug G
Casual Cyclist
Kansas City
Dirty Kanza 100 Tire

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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