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Continental CycloXKing Tyre Performance 28" Foldable (2019)

ID: 564338
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Product Description

Allrounder for tour and competition.
The CycloXKing feels comfortable on any terrain. It scores with a smooth and fast profile through the even centre knobs. The raised outer knobs provides a lot of cornering grip. The tyre shows its ability on different ground conditions. Cyclocrossers are therefore ideally equipped for both touring and competition.

BlackChili - The compound makes the difference
The unique tread compound, which can only be produced in Germany, revolutionises the bicycle tyre. BlackChili Compound improves rolling resistance by 26% and at the same time offers about 30% more grip than activated silica compounds. The premium tyres with BlackChili Compound also impress with higher mileage and - in contrast to many multiple compounds - consistent riding characteristics from the first to the last kilometre.

Specifications
Details
Weight depending on tyre width
Intended use
Cyclocross, Gravel
E-bike approved
Without manufacturer's recommendation  
Wheel Size
28"  Inch
Weight
380  g
Tyre
Tyre Size ETRTO (Width x Diameter): 35 - 622 mm
Build: Folding tyre
Pressure Bar: 4-6 Bar
Performance: Performance
Puncture Resistant: yes
Scope of delivery (quantity)
Single  
Gender
Unisex
Model year
2019
Product number
564338
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