Continental Grand Prix 4000 Black Chili Compound Road Race Tyre
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- Blackchili compound
- Low rolling resistance
- Handmade in germany
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Top Customer Reviews
I purchased my first tyre (used on the back of my bike) in mid June 2014, yesterday I had my FIRST puncture ( 9 October, 2014).
What sort of mileage do I do? At least 25 miles each day, often with a longer ride on the weekends... so I can't say enough about how good these tyres are for me.
I have read so much about punctures and so on, all I can say is that I am absolutely puzzled by it... when I first wrote I suggested that those that experience punctures check the inside of their rims, check your wheel lining... and check the sides of your rims for sharps bits of alliminium that may have flaked off if you have had a puncture.
I have no hestition what so ever in recommending the Conti GP 4000 s and now the 4000's MK 2
Edit ;- given up on them now did the same rides as I did on my old tyres and it seems to be a puncher almost every 20 miles so going back to the 4 seasons tyres, tried increasing pressure decreasing tyre pressure in doing a 45-55 tyre pressure front and rear and still punctures
Most Recent Customer Reviews
excellent tyres, as usual continental are the best for grip, puncture resistance and rolling resistancePublished 5 months ago by IJ
Would recommend this product and will but again when needed, but not too soon, I hope!!!Published 7 months ago by Spooley
He best all round tyre money can buy. Comfortable and durable with all weather grip and speed. You won't regret buying these.Published 12 months ago by William J. P. Ginieres
Lovely tyres comfortable and roll well but be careful! I had continental grand prix 4 season tyres 28mm tyres on before but these new tyres do not fit as they are larger than the 4... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Alan Hastey