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Continental Touring Plus Tyre

Don't be afraid of the puncture demon!

Stones, glass splinters and thorns have no chance. Whatever you ride over will find it virtually impossible to pierce the compact highly elastic PlusBreaker band under the tread. Extremely puncture resistant. Its balanced tread pattern has bikes rolling effortlessly down roads and paths, while its finely siped shoulder blocks provide surefooted grip in corners. Its reflective sidewall helps to make you highly visible for top level safety.

Continental Touring Plus Tyre Specifications:

ETRTO Size Weight Bead Technology PSI - Rec.
Inflation
PSI - Max
 Inflation
Ply/TPI
28-622 700x28 585g Wire PlusBreaker Puncture Protection 80 102 3/66
32-622 700x32 605g Wire PlusBreaker Puncture Protection 80 102 3/66
42-622 700x42 900g Wire PlusBreaker Puncture Protection 80 102 3/66
47-622 700x47 1025g Wire PlusBreaker Puncture Protection 80 102 3/66

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  • Colour: Black
  • Size: Wire Bead
  • Wheel Size: 700c
  • Width: 42c, 32c, 28c
Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 26 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Excellent Excellent product. No punctures and still only showing slight wear on the rear wheel after 6,000 miles. 04 July 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by awful! I bought these tyres (700 x 37) last year and thankfully they have completely worn out (approx 2000 miles). They produced a lot of road noise for a road tyre (sounded like a mountain bike tyre on the road), had poor rolling resistance and were very harsh over poor road surfaces. I have now bought a pair of Schwalbe Marathon Plus tyres* (700 x 38) which are fantastic. ( *see my other review) 21 May 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Отличная прочность. Они выдерживают даже российские дороги :) Хорошо показали себя как на ужасном асфальте, так и на пересеченной местности. 15 May 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great item Got these for wife so she doesn't need to worry too much about a puncture out on her own. Not worried about the extra weight they add to the ride. 10 May 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good tyre, for what it was intended for. I got a 28c size for commuting daily 30kms. Roads can be very gritty so I opted for puncture protection over weight. I think there is a good balance with this tyre between weight and protection. The bonus feature is the reflective side stripe. Very visible, and makes the tyres look white-walled. As I have disk brakes I hope it stays looking good for a while! Note, I struggled to fit the tyre over the rims but I learned to make very sure that the tyre was well bedded down inside the well of the riml opposite to the part of the tyre I was trying to lift over the rim. Then it was ok to fit. 13 April 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good price for quality Good quality tyre. Used on the touring bike for a while, a good roller. 09 March 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Not that heavy, not that hard to fit, great tyre. First things first - these aren't that hard to fit. I got my small-handed 15 year old daughter to fit three pairs to the family tourers for practice. She needed a bit of help getting the final bead on, but did it all herself otherwise. Typically about 200g heavier than a lightweight touring tyre, but if that means saving on spares and tools maybe not such a big deal. So far they ride well - compliant, grippy and reasonably fast rolling. Yes they feel more stodgy and look less perfectly made than my German-made Top Contact IIs, but they are a third of the price. 25 January 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by good durable and with good value. It's suitable for paved roads especially. 15 January 2014
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This item is directional. The rotational direction will be marked on the sidewall of the tyre.
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I think it has direction. You can refer to it's rotation mark on the side of the tires. .
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According to the embossed print on the wall of the tyre (VERY difficult to read) there is a direction - chevrons point upwards when viewed from the rear (think of the rear view of a tractor if it helps).

However, in all honesty, I can't see myself how it makes any difference to a bike tyre with very shallow sipes/tread.
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Hi west.

The maximum recommended tyre pressure for the 700x28 tyre is 102 psi.

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I just bought the 28c and it says 102psi (max luft, I think)
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This tyre is 700c which is suitable for a 28" wheel.
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Want something more puncture resistant than the supplied BoroughXC 700x45c's on my Specialised Crosstrail. It's mainly for road use and, at this price, thought I'd give these a try! - should I go for the 42 or 47mm option?
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as you spend most of your time on the road the best option is the 42c. The thinner tyre will have less rolling resistance so will roll faster.
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I am currently wearing 700x35c. I am thinking of getting the 42c or the 1.6inch. Will they both match my rim (19mm) and if so what tubes should I buy as well?
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A 19mm rim can run anything from a 28c to a 44c (1.75") wide tyre, and you should opt for a tube that covers the range of your tyre width, keeping as close to the lower side as possible (eg if fitting a 700x42c tyre, opt for a 700x28-45c tube rather than a 700x38-52c).
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