Continental Cross King II Tyre

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The King has returned with a step up from the original, the Continental Cross King II Tyre is a fast, smooth, quiet tread with great grip that was developed together with the Topeak-Ergon MTB pro team. Aimed directly at the XC riders this is a performance trail tyre with a great all-round to dry use case. The self-cleaning design means that you are far less likely to have mud build up.  They are also folding to save on weight and of course Tubeless Ready as standard. 

Continental use their PureGrip rubber compound on these tyres with tightly placed centre knobs for a fast smooth ride and elevated shoulder lugs to save you in those corners. ProGrip also offers excellent mileage and decent sidewall protection. PureGrip is ranked just behind Continental's BlackChili compound.


  • Recommended use: Trail / Cross Country
  • Rubber Compound: PureGrip
  • Tubeless Ready
  • Foldable
  • 180 tpi, 3 layers
  • Weight:  27.5x2.3 : 782g, 29x2.3 : 800g
  • PSI: 50-65

For a more all-round tyre from Continental check out the Continental Mountain King II Tyre

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TR Kevlar Folding
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