Continental Terra Speed Tyre

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Continental’s tubeless Terra Speed Tyre is purpose made for gravel bikes. These German-made tyres are designed for adventure with hexagonal-shaped tread blocks and horizontal siping to provide predictable steering and control on loose terrain. Tightly spaced in the centreline for faster rolling whilst opening up on the shoulders to aid in grip when cornering.

Who's this item for: Perfect for gravel bikes and riders wanting a reliable and smooth and fast tyre with a tread pattern that allows you to flow along the paths.

Suggested terrain use: Dirt and gravel roads/paths

Tubeless ready?: Yes

Which wheel?: Front and rear

Weight: 420g

Pros: Quality you can rely on. Great grip on hardpack dirt and gravel, decent rolling on road and easy to fit.

Cons: Like most gravel tyres they are not the best in wetter conditions
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700c
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3 Ply - 180TPI
Black Chili
TR Kevlar Folding
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