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Continental Ultra Sport Tyre

Training Like the Professionals.

The Ultra Sport makes a good impression on every training ride and is optimally suited to the entry level enthusiast. Sound Materials and precision processing ensure excellent quality.

Continental Ultra Sport Tyre Specifications:

ETRTO Size Weight Bead Technology PSI - Rec.
Inflation
PSI - Max
 Inflation
Ply/TPI
23-622 700x23 250 Folding Performance 110 120 3/84
23-622 700x23 320 Wire Performance 110 120 3/84
25-622 700x25 330 Wire Performance 95 120 3/84
28-622 700x28 350 Wire Performance 80 116 3/84
28-630 27x1 1/8 370 Wire Performance 80 116 3/84
32-630 27x1 1/4 400 Wire Performance 70 100 3/85

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  • Colour: Black
  • Size: Wire Bead, Folding Bead
  • Wheel Size: 27", 700c
  • Width: 1.1/8", 28c, 23c, 1.1/4"
Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 54 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Produto de muito boa qualidade Produto muito bom. Aro com poucos modelos no mercado. Sem dúvida atende muito bem o que eu esperava. 21 July 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Good as an affordable modern narrow tyre for a 27" wheelset In my opinion the best thing about those tyres is that they come in narrow 27" size. If you have a vintage racing bike with old 27" wheel set, you don't have many options for tyre replacement. Usual options available are either Michelin World Tour, Swchalbe Marathons, etc, which are more in the touring side. This tyre is perfect if you need a relatively narrow 27" tyre for racing bike and in a budget price. Looks modern, which some people might like and other not (for a vintage bike). My experience with them is satisfactory. Good, smooth rolling, but I have tried faster tyres. Main drawback, as other have pointed out is that they seem to be too soft and prone to punctures: In 300km I got two flats in a route where never had a flat before. Best for smooth surfaces. Would be keen to try another tyres but keep buying those as I don't find anything similar for the price! 11 July 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great Everyday Tyre The Continental Ultra Sport Tyres are budget, medium weight tyres meant for everyday use. They are not the most puncture proof tyre but this is reflected in the weight. They do have very good traction though and are good in the wet, so stick to the road like glue. They also wear quite well, meaning they'll last longer. They do therefore represent excellent value for money. I also find that Continental Tyres are very easy to fit onto a clincher rim, this can be done by hand (no tools required) which is a big plus? I fit these to my winter trainer/commuter. 03 July 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by buon rapporto qualità prezzo Ho percorso circa 2000 km ed ho appena invertito il davanti col dietro. Uso pressione di 7,5 at. dietro e 7 at. avanti. Gli pneumatici non presentano tagli o crepe e ritengo che abbiano anche una buona aderenza sul bagnato. Da tener presente che ho sempre usato pneumatici economici e ne sono soddisfatto per percorrenza annuale di circa 5000 km. 18 May 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great for speed, damages easily. I bought a "vintage" road bike last summer and it came with a set of Continental World Tour tyres. They dragged so much against the road I needed something a bit slicker. I didn't want to spend a fortune and these tyres seemed like a good buy. They were. Riding got a lot easier, resistance from the road was greatly decreased but I could still ride the bike comfortably in damp conditions despite the "slick" appearance. They really helped pushing for some faster times. However. I only had them on for around 300 miles and in the last few miles I suffered a couple of punctures in the rear wheel. I'm not sure what the culprit was but where it had pierced the tyre the small puncture began to tear. It could have been a small piece of glass I ran over but once the tyre was punctured that was the end of it. 28 January 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good tire Good tire. Used the 4000s, and I bought these for testing. I liked the grip, despite being below the 4000s. Worth the price paid and is certainly better than any tire I've ever used. Being easy to assemble is also a positive factor for the tire. 27 January 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by poor puncture protection awful grip possibly the worst tyte i have ever ridden the grip is really poor, especially in the wet-really risky to ride on these this is supposed to be a trainning tyre but it does not have any serious puncture protection, be prepared for frequent puntures, and with a really short mileage life tyres like vittoria rubino with half the price are much much better DO NOT BUY 08 December 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Good value, but poor puncture resistance I bought a set (in red, which looked amazing on my red/white bike, although sadly they only do them in black or white now) at Easter for my old Viking road bike, which I use around town (as a student) and whilst saving up for a better bike for the winter. My new winter bike (a Boardman Comp) also came with a set. They're great value, cheap, and easy to fit. They have reasonable grip levels, and decent rolling resistance, especially considering the price. Unfortunately, they have poor puncture resistance - I've had at least two separate occasions of three-four punctures in a single week. They're fine if I'm just riding around town, but for doing any real cycling, the risk of punctures is too high. For this reason I've recently ordered a new set for my Viking for around town (the previous ones have worn), but will be ordering some better winter tyres for my Boardman (probably Hutchinson Intensives). 19 September 2013
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These tyres a re a good training tyre or entry level racing tyre. They do not have a Kevlar bead. They will offer a little in the form of being puncture proof but you could go for the likes of Gatorskins as they are specifically made for longevity and being puncture proof.
 
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No tyre is completely puncture proof. And these do not have a Kevlar coating. They therefore are not the most puncture proof tyre available, they do have a tight weave which is supposed to help. And they do represent good value for money.
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