Continental’s Tour Ride reliably rolls over most surfaces, making it a real all-rounder. The smooth center tread offers effortless riding on smooth surfaces, and the larger side knobs let you handle loose dirt and gravel, too. Plus, there's a protective sub-tread that prevents punctures and a tough tread compound to keep you going for miles and miles, too.
|Option||Barcode||Manufacturer's Part Number||Store SKU|
|27 x 1-1/4||04019238371482||01000900000||34422|
|700 x 28c||04019238423778||01002220000||34420|
|700 x 32c||04019238276114||01212070000||24838|
|700 x 37c||04019238276138||01222910000|
|700 x 42c||04019238276152||01256270000|
|700 x 47c||04019238276176||01113460000||53245|
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I went to a pair of these for my neighborhood fitness riding. It was the closest I could find to a multi-terrain tire in 700x28, making gravel stretches and light snow less problematic. The 80psi maximum is fine, I wouldn't want to run at 90 or 100 anyway with all the pavement breaks on my local streets. Some users report trouble mounting these. I did not have any problem here. No they are not thin, supple racing tires, and there is a substantial amount of rubber to them, but with good technique mounting was easy. I carefully worked the tire all the way around until the final 6 inches remained, and with one judicious attempt with a plastic tire iron the bead popped easily over the rim. The ride with these is smooth and quiet, and fits my needs. Durability remains to be seen, but I expect will be good.