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  • Continental Spike Claw 120 Winter Bike Tyre
  • Continental Spike Claw 120 Winter Bike Tyre
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Studs in the tread bars provide grip on ice and snow. Thanks to its open tread, it has good self-cleaning properties and gets where it is going in mud and snow.

The Spike Claw barely sinks into the surface by virtue of its large volume. For extreme MTB winter use only.

  • Metal studded tyre for use in snow or icy conditions
  • 3 ply, 84 tpi casing
  • Open tread clears snow well
  • Size: 26" x 2.1"
  • Weight: 840g
  • Colour: Black
  • Size: Wire Bead
  • Wheel Size: 26"
  • Width: 2.1"
Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good tyre I use it on my winter bike's front wheel in Moscow. It's the best and cheapest solution for snowy and a bit icy conditions. It's silent in front direction and produces nice sound in corners. Still it's good on cold dry asphalt. But be careful on wet and slopy roads especially in corners. Have a nice ride! 07 April 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by На картинке покрышка с 240 шипами. У Continental Spike Claw 120 их вдвое меньше. Будьте внимательны 22 June 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by Подходит только для города. Для более экстремальных условий не очень. Сделана точно не для чистого, байкальского льда. По чистому льду скользит словно летняя покрышка. 17 March 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by a bit safer than normal tyres From my experience these Spike Claw 120's are good on snow but only slightly better on ice than normal tyres. When I find myself sliding I realise the outer spikes are only scratching the ice, not really digging into it. I kick myself for not paying more and getting the 240's. The spikes round the edges make cornering seem more secure, even though there's no grip from the central tred, but I'm not convinced enough to risk skidding off at any speed on sheet ice. Given the choice between my Cannondale Bad Boy with these tyres and my Federal BMX with normal tyres, I'd go with the BMX as it's low centre of gravity helps it stick to the road effortlessly. Spike Claw 240 tyres on a BMX with even deeper studs would be the ideal combination. 07 January 2010
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