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Continental GP 4000 S Folding Tire

ITEM NUMBER: 320 CONGS9
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Continental GP 4000 S Folding Tire

The all black Grand Prix 4000 S catches the eye with its big silver labels. Aggressive and posh alike it matches every high-end racebike perfectly. With the reduction to black and silver the Grand Prix 4000S does not clash with the frame's color or rim stickers. S stands for sport,.

But the Grand Prix 4000 S can do more than just look good. With the new Black Chili Compound rolling resistance is reduced by 26%, grip is increased by 30% and mileage is increased by 5%.

  • Black Chili Compound: The compound with absolute lowest rolling resistance and the best grip in competition
  • Higher Mileage

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS

Size

700 x 23c, 700 x 25c

Threads Per Inch (TPI)

330

Compound

Vectran Breaker + Black Chili Compound

PSI

110psi

Bead

Folding

Weight

205g / 230g

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Good tire - Apr 30, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars
MYSTIC, CT

This have been solid performers for me as trainers (I no longer race). I rode them through the fall and didn't want to put new tires on for the winter trainer, so I left them on and they're still rideable into the Spring season. Very strong, no flats (literally: not one) and confidence-inspiring on high speed turns.

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Fast and sticky - Apr 23, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars
Murfreesboro, TN

I use these for the majority of my riding. Fast rolling over good roads and even gravel. Ride with confidence, ride with 4000S's

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Roll nice, corner differently than Michelins - Apr 03, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars
Hixson, TN

Just started using these after being on Michelins for years. I went to these because I wanted a 25, and Michelin Pro Race 25 measures more like a 28, according to most. They seem to have a more vertical profile than the Michelins, where the Michelins sort of flatten out a little. This makes cornering require less input to me, and I have had to adjust the way I approach and enter a corned slightly. It's not a HUGE difference, but I can feel it. They also don't ride with the same suppleness as the Michelins. But I still like them...they roll nice and no punctures so far.

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