Continental's collection of Trail King tires excel in wet rocky, root filled, and muddy conditions. Complete with Continental's Protection Apex technology, the 4 ply 240 TPI casing offers increased durability, puncture resistance, and hassle-free tubeless compatibility -- all with a minimal weight sacrifice. Featuring Continental's tacky Black Chili rubber and an open, debris-tossing tread design. The beefed up Protection casing features 4 fabric plies and a total of 240 TPI for extended durability. APEX sidewall reinforcement (2.4 inch only) furthers pinch flat protection at low pressures. And finally, RTR tubeless technology means compatibility with UST and tubeless ready rims when paired with Continental Revo Sealant.
- Advanced Black Chili rubber compound with dense particles for speed, grip and durability
- Tough ProTection casing with 4 fabric plies of 240 TPI.
- Extra fabric ply ensures puncture resistance and sidewall reinforcement over the Race Sport model
- Folding bead
- Tubeless ready.
- 26 x 2.2 Inch (55-559 ISO), 29 x 2.4 Inch (60-559 ISO)
- 825 grams (2.4 inch), 740 grams (2.2 inch)
- Recommended pressure: 36-51 (2.4"), 44-58 (2.2") PSI.
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