The Continental Grand Prix Clincher Road Tyre is a part of cycling history. In the late eighties it signalled the start of the modern racing bike clincher and is known for its outstanding quality and performance. This latest version includes a densely woven PolyX breaker layer in the casing for anti-puncture protection and the Black Chili compound for improved grip. It also features a modern profile design and TWI (wear indicator). - A.D.
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Needed a fast tyre (don't we all?) I haven't race for years, so I don't have a fully spec'd race bike with speedy tyres for the weekend anymore, but life is too short to ride round on tyres that feel like a piece of garden hose on the rim compared to silk tubs. I used some Pro 3 Race for 1500 miles - no probs. They get a bad rap for being fragile, and while they are pretty flimsy I had no troubles. Yet the doubt is always there that you are vulnerable to the odd sharp thing on the ground, so I tried various options, and found that the Conti Grand Prix is a great balance of 'race-able' and durable (the Rapha Condor JLT team race them in 25mm). I have switched to 25mm, and the benefits are tremendous. Try it, you'll be amazed. There are some very mixed reviews about tyres, but honestly, I am no noob that is giving subject opinions here - I've been a cyclist for 32 years, raced since I was 14, had LOOK pedals in 1986!! (everyone said they'll never catch on.....), won road races, and rode the junior nation road champs (with Chris Boardman among others), so I'm not without a decent frame of reference lol. And I'm VERY fussy about my kit too :-) Good tyres for crits and rough roads particularly, but they belt along on the smooth stuff too. I can't recommend them highly enough.
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