Continental Mountain King II 29er Tire

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Continental Mountain King II 29er Tire

The Mountain King has undergone a complete overhaul and now features more meat that delivers improved traction and all-around performance. And in the giant 29er version, that translates into rolling right over roots, rocks, and rough spots while not even slowing down.

  • Durable 84 TPI casing
  • Folding Bead



29 x 2.2, 29 x 2.4

Threads Per Inch



Standard Compound







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Great tire! - Apr 23, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars

I've been running the 2.2 version of this tire on the front of my hardtail 29er for a few months now, and so far it's very impressive! Great traction, reasonable weight, pretty durable (3 months of pretty frequent riding, minimal wear noticeable). It set up tubeless really easily on my Stan's ArchEx rim. I haven't tried it on anything remotely wet (only have dry, rocky Southwest trails around here), but by the looks of it, it could handle itself pretty well in any condition. Also, it's held up really well to punctures and tears (and there's a lot of sharp things around where I ride!), much better than the Conti Race King I previously had as a rear tire. For a front tire with the Mountain King II, you can get away with the standard version, but I'd probably get the ProTection version for a rear tire.

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Conti mountain kings - Jul 30, 2013

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5 out of 5 stars
Mike B.
South Jordan, UT

I'm riding these in 2.4" front and rear. I'm using them on a 2011 Giant anthemX 29er and I ride on a lot of loose and hardpack mix. The lower end of my normal riding canyon is very loose sand and the upper is hardpack and an occasional gravel wash. I've been trying to find a tire that works in both conditions and I've had a very hard time. These tires are the ticket. I've used smallblock 8s, maxxis crossmarks, knobby nics, and conti race kings. The nics were my favorite before I rode these tires, I just didn't want to spend as much for the nics. I've been very happy. The only downside to these tires are that they're loud at low speed on hard, smooth surfaces. There is a resonance at low speed as well. The resonance gets quieter as the knobs round off a bit. It's barely noticeable, but completely worth it.

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tubeless setup - Jul 18, 2013

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4 out of 5 stars
Russell K.
Tabernash, CO

just set these tires up with Stans for running tubeless. Sealed great and was easy. Rode in very dry to wet conditions over various mtn trails including some recently logged routes with a lot of pine slash. Tires perform great and roll easy.

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Mountain King II - May 16, 2013

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5 out of 5 stars

I run this tire on my 29er 2.4 front and 2.2 rear. It rolls extremely well and has lots of grip. The 2.4 is more like the a 2.2 and the 2.2 is more like a 1.9/2.10. I ride in southern California where there is loose over hard pack, rocks and sand and have been very impressed with this tire. This tire grips like the Nevegal and rolls like the Slant six.

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