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  • Continental MTB 26 Supersonic Tube
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Continental MTB 26 Supersonic Tube

High quality butyl tube ideally suited for Racing. The Supersonic version offers the lowest rotating weight within the MTB 26 range, therefore helping to increase your speed.


ETRTO Size Weight
47-559 - 62-559 26x1.75 - 2.5 100g

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  • Size: 42mm Valve
  • Wheel Size: 26"
  • Width: 1.75 - 2.2"
  • Valve: Presta
Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 16 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Psssschchhh ....... I have gone through four of these in four training sessions , ran a puncture everytime. Used them for long distance training on rough gravel roads in Sweden. I never had any problems with the "normal" conti mtb tubes. Now if i want to save weight i´d rather invest in a pair of lighter wheels. And the little time you would save in a race with the supersonic simply wont make up the time for a puncture. Because the puncture will definetely happen! Stupid tube! 19 August 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Light Tube Aside from the lower weight I did not feel anything different. They hold the pressure very well, wish they were a bit cheaper. Great alternative to tubeless. 28 July 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Отличная покрышка Качественная легкая покрышка. Хорошо держит на грунте и не шумит на асфальте 05 June 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Уж больно тонкая ) Камера отличная, легкая, мягкая, но уж больно тонкая, как презерватив! 06 May 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good lightweight tube I've been trialling a few tubes, this and the Maxis Flyweight seem to be the lightest around. They're about the same weight, the Maxis comes with a rim strip, which turned out to be handy when I discovered my rim tape had come unstuck exposing the rough edges of the spoke holes in the wheel. But other than that, there's not much to separate them. If you want a light tube, you're probably going to have a slightly higher risk of puncture, I imagine it's best to run them at high pressure. They're more than twice the price of a regular tube, but half the weight. I'm not usually much of a weight weenie, but have to admit, the bike feels a bit more zippy with these. Have lost a race due to a palm thorn puncture in the Flyweight, but that would've happened with any tube - only tubeless could've prevented that one that one I suspect. In summary, if you want a lightweight tube setup, this will do the job well. But then, so will the Maxis Flyweight. And after a bit of testing, I'm thinking tubeless is probably the more sensible option anyway. 10 October 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Lightweight I've been using the road and MTB versions of these tubes for years now with no problems. They are as light as claimed but you do have to be careful on installation as they are very thin. I've never had a puncture with one. This is probably due to the fact that i use sensible mid-weight tires. Don't marry these with ultra light tires as you will get plenty of punctures as one of my mates found out. Yes they are expensive but for £6 over a regular tube your saving 50g at the rim. Thats a pretty good return when compared to the weight saving from other components. 26 May 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Muy ligeras 93 grms Eso pesaron las mías 93 grms cada cámara. Un par de salidas y fenomenal, no pierden aire y de momento no he pinchado 02 March 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by It has blown at 50 psi, I didnt even put back the wheel on the bike. There is a 3 centimetres hole in it. brand new never ridden. Honestly for more objective review i should try the other one which is still in the box but i will not,somehow i dont feel confident in using them. The worst twenty euros i have ever spent on the bike:):):) Featherlite but weak. 15 September 2011
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