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Tough technology that can withstand all conditions.
With the Grand Prix 4 Season's DuraSkin™ anti-tear fabric, this tyre is as hard as nails. Featuring in the hellish Paris - Roubaix race, it was later found that riders who had been using this tyre with DuraSkin™ actually suffered less punctures and other tyre related incidents.
The 'carbon compound' featured on the Grand Prix 4 Season, means that it is a extremely wear-resistant tyre, showing minimal signs of damage after many long rides. A double Vectran® Breaker belt under the tread raises the puncture and cut protection to the highest level available on the market. Available in 23mm, 25mm and 28mm versions, the Grand Prix 4-Season is a customisable choice for all types of riders. - T.H
"The Continental GP 4-Season is the standard: full score in all categories! The tyre is lightweight and rolls well. It achieved by far the best result in offering fantastic grip and puncture protection, even in the wet and cold. Not just the top winter tyre." The test results from Road Bike Magazine
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Have used Continentals for the last 5 years or so but mainly Grand prix 40000s. Decided to give these a try for my winter bike as more suited to winter riding according to the continental chart. Also went for a 25mm rear for a change. Very happy so far, have been out in some very wet conditions and they roll fine yet seem grippy enough on corners and when stopping. Over some fairly bad roads they give a comfortable ride as long as you avoid the potholes obviously and so far no punctures. No tyre expert but I'm happy with these for winter training so far.
Upgraded from Vittoria rubino pro. The tire has more grip on dry or wet surfaces, rolling better and no flats so far.
There are of course well known quality winter tyres. I've only ridden 4 or 5 times on them so far, so longevity and puncture resistance over the longer term remains unknown, but so far, these have just felt really nice tyres - good grip and roll well - they don't feel like heavy duty winter tyres (and hopefully they are puncture resistant!)
Bought these to put on my winter bike after a little off in Feb. So far they seem pretty good...& I can see why lots of people suggest these for winter tyres..a little pricey, but worth it for the piece of mind.
Ive only done 70 miles on these new tyres, but so far Im very pleased with them. Bought them as replacements for my Vittoria Rubino Pro Clinchers that had picked up a bad split from a bit of glass, and so wanted some hard wearing tyres. Early signs for me though are that the rolling speed is less for these compared to the VRs. This is the only reason why I havent given it a 5*. But they are exceptionally tacky around corners - meaning Ive never had so much fun on high speed cornering!
A friend had these and really rated them for being half way between heavy old Gatorskins and light weight GP 4000's. I kept riding the latter of the two until I puntured and looked closely at the tyre which had been cut to shreds by General winter use. The 4 Seasons are tougher and provide more grip on the sidewall for cornering confidence on rubbishy road surfaces.
I wanted to see if riding 25mm tyres gave a smoother ride so I was looking at getting a couple of tyres. ProBikeKit were already giving a great discount and then gave an additional discount for purchasing two. With free delivery thrown in, it was a deal not to be missed. Will certaininy look to buy more from ProBikekit in the future.
First time trying these tyres, not to difficult to fit, using as a daily commute and training, first impressions are that they are very secure tyre dry or wet giving confidence while riding at speed, reason for buying these tyres is for the extra puncture protection and winter profile, so far so good, never had a problem with conti tyres as I have a puncture free time with sport contacts on a mtb.
Use these all year round on my commute to work and have only puntured once a fast tyre and long lasting highly recommit
great pair of winter tyres - good grip and puncture resistance, but still roll nicely and don't feel too sluggish
Excellent all whether Tyre with excellent grip. Also the Tyre is very strong and resilient to flats. When checking what Tyre to get for winter all my friends recommended this model.
I have used these tyres for the last few winter seasons and they are great, hard wearing and grippy. Punctures have been few and far between.
OK, I wouldn't race on these. But for my commute/winter train/utility bike I haven't bothered putting any other tyre on it for years now, these are such good all-rounders. Good grip, durable, not light, but not overly heavy or 'dead' feeling either. Just great reliable all purpose tyres.
I decided to upgrade to winter tyres after having 3 punctures on the same bit of cycle path in the space of a week (basically since the weather turned and autumn made the paths all leafy). I had been running Panracer Passela tyres which up until now I thought were perfectly fine. Its not until you switch to a premium tyre like the GP 4 season do you actually appreciate the benefits of them. A steep section on which my previous tyres always lost traction (even in the dry) I now grip all the way (it was wet today) and the increased efficiency actually makes my commute feel easier. The bike feels generally more nimble (possibly less rolling resistance - they also come up a bit narrower and lower volume than the passelas of supposedly the same 28mm width). Ride quality isn't unduly affected but then I was running quite high pressures before and the skinny old steel frame makes the ride pretty supple anyway. Just running my finger over the surface of the tread I can feel its actually a softer and more sticky rubber compound. Wet cornering also feels safer. I traversed the section of path where all the punctures occurred without issue so although I've only ridden them once I can alerady testify to their attributes.
A great winter training tyre or commuting tyre. Excellent grip in both the dry on those cold mornings and in wet conditions. I'm now on my second set as the others wore out after two winter seasons worth of riding.
Simply must be the best winter/autumn road tyre at a reasonable price, especially with inner tubes thrown in. My only gripe is that when I entered a first time buyer discount code it was rejected because it was a multi buy(two tyres) and therefor did not qualify for the discount. Make me think twice about shopping here again, possibly.
Second set of these and they are a great tyre set for autumn/winter. Have used 23/25 combo but they roll great so went for 25/25 for added comfort. It gets wet and slippy on local lanes and these give me the confidence to keep the speed up!
Great, confidence inspiring tyre in the wet, not so much on the country lanes with tractor mud on. Roll fantastically well with little resistance, still managing to set Strava top 10s!!
Not used the tyres yet as brought them for the rainy season, but have had good feed back and can't wait to use them.
light tyre for training year-round cycling It grip well enough for you to ride confidently through the worst weather, and thin and flexible puncture-proofing layers Very durable. Great grip. Decent weight. Very nice road. The best all weather tire I've owned
As a returning cyclist I was becoming disillusioned with 5 punctures on my first 4 rides! I was walking furrther than riding. I was advised to try the continental grand prix and (at the risk of tempting fate) I have done a few hundred miles since with no problems. The tyres are excellent and whereas I may lack experience to compare and contrast them against the 'balloons' the bike came with, I would certainly not change them.
I have used this tyre for a number of years in all weather,fantastic grip and cornering, Would highly recommend this tyre.
Bought these to swap out a pair of GP4000s which were cutting and puncturing badly during winter riding, These are slightly slower (hardly noticeable) but much more confidence inspiring in the wet and as yet (500+ miles) no punctures or cuts. They are tight on the rim so tyre levers are a must.
Good tyres, no issues although I've only done 600 miles on them. Went on ok, grips well. not much to say really - I would buy them again.
Love these tyres on my winter bike. They fill me with confidence in the wet and frosty roads and a reasonably puncture resistant. Nothing's immune from punctures though. I've suffered mostly with damaged sidewalls with 4 seasons. I'd still be reluctant to move to other rubber though as the strengths outweigh the weaknesses.
These tyres are the best all rounder out there.!! The quality is 2nd to none, which is what you would expect from a hand made product...In Germany. The tread pattern is fantastic and the compound is like an F1 tyre. With the built in puncture protection, you have a tyre that just oozes confidence. The grip in the wet is amazing and with the 25mm versions you have that extra width to boot. Overall veridct......AMAZING.!!!! Wet weather riding has never been so good.!!
This was my first bike upgrade to my audax bike and after much deliberation and research decided to get a set of these tyres. Being a nervous descender and cornerer I was looking for a tyre that would help give me more confidence. These tyres do exactly that these stick to any road surface or condition like glue and my cycling experience has been greatly improved best price on the net via PBK and arrived next day. If you make any upgrade to your bike make sure this is the first purchase you make.
These Conti 4 Seasons tyres replaced a pair of Michelin Pro4 Endurance. Over 500+ miles neither set of tyres punctured though, its fair to say i have probably replaced them early in their wear lifecycle. I'm not that interested in fixing punctures in a country lane thats dark and wet !. I decided on the Conti's not just because I fancied a change but mainly because of their reputation and their high TPI - they promised better comfort. 25C's will fit my bike but not with mudguards for they could not be considered. To improve on comfort further I have paired these tyres with my (reused) Michelin Latex tubes. In terms of fitting they are not that bad; its important to make sure they are warm and you have decent levers as you will need them - these could not be fitted on my Ritchey wheels by hand alone. So far, I have only used them for less than 100miles but on the same roads and conditions they appear umarked so far with no punctures but its harder to see any nicks or cuts as they can appear in the sipes.. In terms of grip then I'm not inclined to push them hard in winter conditions but I'd say they are probably on par with the Pro4's time will tell. That said, my ride is now signficantly more comfortable than before - tar/chipped roads produce much less vibration, road cracks/joints etc are felt much less too and generally they seem to roll much better - thats not to say that they are faster. Overall everything has been dulled or 'damped' but you still feel the road and I'd be tempted to say the bike steers with more stability (is that the tread ?). For me, given the discounted prices, thats a good trade off. A ride on these seems much less tiring now and for that reason i can highly recommend them - lets hope they last !.
Brilliant service. Fantastic tyres. Great price.
I bought these after my GP 4000s' started cutting easily and had a few punctures at the beginning of winter. There is no noticeable difference in rolling resistance between the 23mm 4000s' and the 25mm 4 seasons but the 4 seasons seem a lot tougher. I would be surprised if these are as grippy in corners as the 4000s' but being winter I haven't really tested them yet and can fault them. They are also great value at this price.
You always expect something good from Continental and these 4 season tyres do not fail to delivery. For me i need puncture resistance and they most certainly have the grip and rolling resistance you can expect from such a premium tyre. Most definatley a recommended product for anyone...
These are great 3Seasons tyres! For the two or three months the UK has near summer weather it is nice to fit a pair of lighter tyres however, for the remainder of the time I have found the 4Seasons to provide an ideal compromise between coping with horrible road surfaces and weather conditions whilst providing a decent level of comfort/ road feel. Some of the alternative winter tyres feel leaden by comparison. The compound, I suspect, is relatively soft which results in the rear tyre wearing out a bit quicker than some competitors however, I think this is an acceptable trade-off for the benefits enjoyed.
I ride the lunar surface that is Surrey on the weekends plus other rides during the week. In all, I do roughly 300-350km a week on these tyres. These tyres last 4-5 months (rear) and bit longer for the front. In all they grip well and the only times I slide is if I am unlucky to hit the side of a manhole cover, some diesel, or ice, none of which is the tyre's fault! It is faultless in the wet, I am confident pushing it when everyone else is cautious. I rarely get punctures, and generally only with glass, again not the fault of the tyre. And this generally happens once during a tyre's useful life for me. The tyre is heavier than others but if you do miles and ride over potholed roads, this is the tyre for you.
The best i had in my 8 year of riding
In my view the best there are for all year riding , just watch the sidewalls .
Perfect, excellent value, good rolling, great grip
Best all condition sportive/winter training tyre out there. The 25c still gives you great rolling, but has that all important additional contact with the road when conditions aren't great. At the reduced price these are untouchable. PBK service was second to none as usual - keep up the good work guys
A great winter training tyre, excellent grip and long life. These are not the cheapest tyre but I feel they are worth the extra expense as wear rate is very low and life very long.
Have used 4 seasons for many years now, and always feel confident in wet conditions with these tyres. Not the longest lasting tyres but see me through the winter. The only minus point is when they start to wear they go quickly so keep checking. Good puncture protection, but will puncture if you are unlucky and hit the wrong thing.
I have done about 80 miles on them so far in the wet and dry. So far so good. Good grip in almost all situations I still carry a spare inner tube just in case they fail!
I've just bough a second pair of these tyres for my spare bike. They are great winter tyres. Slightly slower than my summer ones (but not by much) but I've yet to have a puncture despite covering about.100 miles a week in all weather conditions and on some pretty poor road surfaces. I've used other winter tyres over the years but so far these seem to be the best for puncture resistance.
Fast rolling, excellent puncture resistance, confidence inspiring roadholding and looks that won't frighten the horses. For training, commuting, club rides, sportives - basically anything on-road* apart from racing, these are the nuts all year round but especially in the winter
The Continental Grand Prix 4-Season Clincher Road Tyre is a fantastic wet weather tyre, I've never felt so sure footed on a bike in the wet ever. It's slower than GP4000s in general conditions but I bought these for the winter mileage and wet weather. They are so much better than Gators.
I have used Conti's for years and the GP Four Seasons for at least the last four years. Reliable; fast rolling; very puncture resistant especially when used with Panasonic tubes, and last for aeons.
I had these on my commuter last winter and they were great. I've just bought a set for my Pinarello for this season. Excellent grip in the wet. Confidence inspiring in the corners. Very good puncture resistance. All in all a tyre that ticks all the boxes all year round but especially in winter. Highly recommended.
Great tyre, great price and great Services.
These survived Hampshire flints through last Winter. I do not look elsewhere any more.
A good winter tyre for grip and low rolling resistance. However, punctured after 50 meters on the start of an Audax. Changed the tube but did clear a thorn which had penetrated the tyre into the inner tube. May be bad luck but also had a side wall blow out on these tyres.
Fitting was a little fiddly and I did have to use tyre levers to fit them to my Trek. Like others I've gone for the 25mm version, which I have found to be very smooth over a variety of surfaces. Very happy with my purchase and looking forward to a busy winter of cycling! Will probably go for the summer versions next year.
Have had the 25mm version of these tyres on my winter bikes in the past and found them to be real grippy and fast rolling. Have not had a puncture (yet). Measured the width of the 25mm old tyre and it came up as 26mm, put on the new 28mm and it came up at 26mm! Eh? Perhaps it needs a bit of time (and use) to flex and 'grow'. The greater width over a 23mm eans you can run them at a lower pressure and get a smoother ride.