An All-Around Town Touring Tire
The Continental Tour Ride is a great tire for reliably getting around town or touring when the road conditions are unknown. It features a smooth center tread for quick rolling in the straights, but has ample tread on the shoulders for reliable cornering traction. Breakdown protection belt help ward off flats. High mileage rubber compound for long life.
The Ride Tour is E-Bike Ready.
- 700c x 28mm (28-622 ISO; 580g)
- 700c x 32mm (32-622 ISO; 600g)
- 700c x 42mm (42-622 ISO; 760g)
- 700c x 47mm (47-622 ISO; 835g)
The Continental Tour Ride features a wire bead. Note this 700c version of the Tour Ride is labeled as a "28 inch" on the sidewall. It fits standard 700c rims (622mm ISO).
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Wheel Size: 700C/29" (ISO 622)
Tire Type: Clincher-WireBead
Threads Per Inch: 66
RimSize: 622 mm
Width: 28 mm
Width: 32 mm
Width: 42 mm
Width: 47 mm
ISO (ETRTO) Size: 28-622 mm
ISO (ETRTO) Size: 32-622 mm
ISO (ETRTO) Size: 42-622 mm
ISO (ETRTO) Size: 47-622 mm
E-Bike Ready?: Yea
700c x 28mm
Weight: 600 grams
Tire Width: 28mm (1.1in)
Mfg PartNum: C1412717
700c x 32mm
Weight: 650 grams
Tire Width: 32mm (1.3in)
Mfg PartNum: C1400002
700c x 42mm
Weight: 770 grams
Tire Width: 42mm (1.7in)
Mfg PartNum: C1412712
700c x 47mm
Weight: 940 grams
Tire Width: 47mm (1.9in)
Mfg PartNum: C1412713
As some have stated, they run narrow to the stated width. I picked a set of 32's knowing this and they fit my Klein Rï¿½ve perfectly like a set of 28's would under the brake arches. Love the tread on these! I had no unexpected issues installing these on Mavic CXP30 rims. Highly recommend!
I have a Crosscurrent S2 ebike. The stock tires were worn out and shot by 1000 miles. The 700x45c or 700x47c is a hard size to find. I came across these Continental Ride Tours and decided to give em a try. These are GREAT tires and after almost 700 miles I see almost no wear. I'm convinced this will be a 2000 mile plus tire, at least on the rear. And probably well over 3000 miles if I rotate. I put a lot of miles on this ebike and this is the perfect tire for what I do. I highly recommend.
Rolling the 700x47s. Had them on my commutehybrid. Super comfortable, no need to pick the best line down a bad street, just ride on. They are slow, as others have noted, but for shorter commutes, sketchy roads, light gravel, dirt, snow, rain, and short cuts through lawns and construction zones, they're a bargain buy. Plus they look awesome (the big 47's at least, that's 29'x1.75 size). They can be tough to mount, as others have said, but in my experience, most Conti's do fit tight on most rims. If you're looking for a nice, stable, stylish, and economic tire for short rides across multiple terrains, and in varying conditions, you're not going to go wrong here.
Had a set of Terravails on my gravel/touring bike. After 5 flats I had it. Yes the tires were lighter in weight but they were not reliable. . Enter the Conti Ride Tour. This tire is a solid well made tire that will perform on road and gravel. 500 miles so far no flats. Are they heavier, Yes. Do they ride a bit slower, Yes. But if I want speed, Iï¿½ll go to my Ritchey or Merckx road bikes. These are about comfort and multi surface riding. Iï¿½ve yet to load up the rack and tour, but I expect they will perform well.
I previously had some pretty fast thin road tires on my Trek but whenever I wanted to ride a trail or bike path, I'd consistently get flats. I needed something that would be reliable on trails but also fast enough on the road to have a smooth ride. This tire fits the bill flawlessly. I've been on my set two years and have ridden two Five Boro Bike Tours on them and they still look like they have a lot of life left in them. Granted most of my rides average 5-10 miles and I don't ride daily. Even so, I have enough miles on them to say that these are solid tires!
Not a super technical guy, but I can tell you what I like about the tire.
Compared to Marathons, for example, this tire is really smooth. It is a softer rubber... maybe more supple is the word. Tires seem to be wearing great. I have at least 1500 miles on them with very little wear and tear. I ride all sorts of dirt, fire roads, bike paths, asphalt, concrete, Lake Hodges (San Diego) dirt and cactus. These tires GRIP really well. The supple rubber provides superior grip to my other gravel bike with the harder rubber of the Marathons. The supple rubber seems to really absorb the bumps better as well.
Third point is the price! That price for a set of 2 tires 700 x 42? Unmatched. I expected lower quality due to price, but I am very happy with the ride, the bump absorption, the amazing grip on ALL surfaces, the traction on the dirt and dirt hills, both up and down, I have a hard time finding a con.
I was looking for a tire to replace the original set on our ebike.
These tires were reasonably priced, easy to mount and so far have proven both safe and comfortable to ride in wet and dry conditions, I am very happy with this purchase.
So I ride rough roads in San Antonio. Conti gatorskins are no match. I wanted something beefy and long-lasting.
I wanted decent puncture protection. I do weekly long training rides (60-80 mile), and for that purpose these are pretty good. Sure, I lose some speed but I gain confidence. A tradeoff. Based on the review I read, I was worried that I would have trouble mounting them, but nope. Easy. BTW, I ride a 2007 Fuji Newest 4.0 entry level road bike. Tire size: 32-622. Barely fit but good enough.
After regularly flatting on my previous tires, which included several CST, Bontrager and Kenda tires, I decided to buy a set of Conti's after hearing how some road cyclists swear by the Conti Gatorskin. At the time, I was rather skeptical given they were only [$] a piece. Now, after 500 miles, any doubts I had were gone. So far, these tires have covered 500 miles on MN roads and bike paths. My daily commute covers sections of road where there are numerous cracks and small rocks that made riding a flat-fest. I have yet to flat with the Tour Ride. The lower inflation pressure also gives a much better ride than any previous tire I used, and the aggressive tread pattern performs better than expected on dirt. I can't wait to see how they do in snow.
These tires are not the fastest, but they are not so slow that you think you're riding on a flat. For my commute and weekend trail rides, these tires are great. And at [$] a piece, a definite steal.
This is the second time I've purchased this tire. Previously I used them to update an old Schwinn, those were a 37mm width, and this go around I picked up the 32mm to upgrade from the slicks on my road bike to something that could better handle rough streets and the local trial system. A big upgrade in comfort going up from 25mm tires while not looking too out of place. A great value tire as well. If you have perfect riding surfaces then by all means go for a fancier slick, but if your roads are rough and you like to be able to hop on a trail from time to time this the tire for you!
I've put these tires on all of our bikes that we use for around town, bad weather, or winter riding. They have a nice high centerline for low rolling resistance, and some more tread for turning. Not much noise or sing on the road either. Pay attention to the tread direction when mounting them. Doing this task twice stinks.
I bought of pair of these tires for my Cannondale Quick hybrid in 32mm because I wanted a wider tire - I had been using 28mm tires with the inside rim width of only 14mm - with tread pattern for both on and off-street/trail riding, and I wanted a wider tire than the 28mm I had been riding. Initially I mounted the tires on both the front and back. After several rides on street and trail I was not happy with the tire mounted on the front strictly due to turns and cornering. Overall the tires are very low rolling resistance. IMO the rolling resistance is lower than the Continental Contact 28mm tire I've ridden for 9 years. So I switched out the front tire to a Conti Contact 32mm tire from the Conti Ride Tour. I love the combo. The Contact tire on front is secure and predictable in turns while the Ride Tour on the rear gives me added traction on any road surface.
I am very pleased with Continental's Tour Ride tires on my bike. They roll with minimal resistance on pavement while also providing decent cornering capability. The ribbed tread is adequate for riding rail trails with sand/gravel base or similar unpaved terrain. The design of the lay-up helps minimize potential punctures without having to add a supplemental liner. Treadwear appears to be better than other comparably priced tires I have used in the past.
I love these tires they have great traction they're very durable and it's a very smooth ride I highly recommend this brand and this tire. I put them on my hybrid bike for Street and mild off-roading and they are providing exactly what I need.
I am a daily exercise cyclist on small town streets. The tread on these tires is heavy enough to hang onto rough streets and sidewalks and to maintain traction in turns.
The tread is thick enough to get me over the occasional broken glass without incident.
This is a strong street tire in a narrow width, so I don't have to sacrifice speed while using a safe tire.
When I used to race all I used were Continental Grand Prix tires, so when I stepped into the recent gravel craze the Ride Tours looked like a good compromise for a commutesingle-track tire. I like the center ridge for racking up the miles and the traction is decent overall. I was able to squeeze a set onto my old Bianchi, so I am running these on 4 bikes from 33s up to 47s. Great value IMO.
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