Continental Grand Prix 5000 Tubeless Clincher Road Tyre Twin Pack - Black
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Designed with the latest iteration of Continental’s legendary Black Chili rubber compound, the Grand Prix 5000 tubeless tyres offer an extra 5% reduction in rolling resistance and a 5% increase in puncture protection compared with a regular clincher GP5000. Thanks to the proprietary Laser Grip Technology which creates a micro tread pattern that expands over the shoulder of the tyre, the GP5000 TL offers incredible all-weather grip, giving you the confidence to take even the most technical corners at speed. In this tubeless iteration, you can run the GP5000 at even lower pressures for maximum comfort and grip out on the road.
Continental believes a comfortable tyre is a fast tyre – which is why the GP5000 now comes in a 32c width and is constructed with Active Comfort Technology to help smooth the sharpest shocks from the roughest roads. Lined with the tear-resistant but ultra-lightweight Vectran fibres, the GP5000 sets new standards for puncture protection in road bike tyres. If you decide to run this tyre tubeless, you get even more puncture protection, perfect for riding and racing over very rough roads.
- Two handmade tubeless tyres
- Proprietary Black Chili compound for more grip, and 12% lower rolling resistance
- Active comfort technology for vibration damping and increased rider comfort
- Vectren protection shield for higher puncture protection and a 20% increase in durability
- When set up tubeless, the tyre offers an extra 5% better rolling resistance and 5% more puncture protection.
- Laser grip technology, expands tread over the shoulder of the tyre for added grip
- Weight: 300 grams – 700 x 25mm // 340 grams – 700 x 28mm // 380 grams – 700 x 32mm
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PRIX 5000 tubeless
So far tires are holding up well for riding on winter roads with lots of Debris. Good grip & Set up tubeless w/ no problem. Just bought 2nd set for other bike!
Continental Grand Prix 5000 tubeless road tire
First, I'm from Southern California so roads are pretty good and wet roads are unusual. I've run Continental tires for years and switched last year to the tubeless system. In that time I've had only one puncture that I've noticed because it sprayed sealant for a few seconds till I got the bike stopped, put the hole at the bottom, covered it with my finger for a few seconds while the sealant plugged the hole and got back on the bike and road the last seven miles down Glendora Mountain road back to my car. I also carry plugs in case that doesn't work but I've only used them on other peoples tires. Typically, when I take the tires off, I find 5 or 6 spots where the sealant has clumped up over a puncture from radial tire wire or something, but those holes get plugged so quickly I don't know they happened until I see them on the inside of the tire. These tires last a couple of thousand miles on the back and roughly twice that on the front for me but I'm pretty easy on tires for some reason. Old and cautious around corners would be my guess... But I still weigh 180 lbs. I run the rear tire at 72 lbs pressure and the front at 63.
I’ve tried many tyres from many brands over the years, it’s fair to say I’m a bit obsessed with them, in fact. I haven’t dabbled in the cheaper end of the market for years though, because I believe to a regular cyclist and enthusiast you get what you pay for and anything less is a false economy. I enjoy cornering hard, in all conditions and I take a lot of comfort knowing I’m riding on something that’s been highly engineered. On to the GP5000 TL. I first tried the non tubeless GP5000 25mm on a 28mm wide rim and found them to be a game changer on all levels when going from Continentals excellent 4Seasons tyres. I swore by the 4Seasons tyres for years. The GP5’s though, wow, faster, more comfortable, more compliant, more grip, zero punctures on two sets in over 6000 miles in all conditions. So impressed I wanted to try the TL versions next in 25mm when I needed new tyres. I’m now up to 2000 miles on the TL’s and still zero punctures, but there is just a tiny bit of trade off in comfort. They are not slower that I can notice but the TL are not as sublime/plush as the tubed version. It’s not enough to put me off though, still super comfy and I’ve ordered another set of TL’s because my other rims are tubeless capable and I just want that peace of mind that most punctures will be dealt with instantly. I use OKO magic milk high fibre race sealant. Naturally there is also some trade off in longevity, after 3000 miles on each set I’ve got they are getting close to end of life and I only expect to get another 500-1000 miles before they’re done, so a total of about 4000 miles per set. I’m happy with this though given the all round high performance they offer. Bravo, continental, these tyres are just fantastic and since they perform so well in winter I’ve used them to replace all my 4 seasons tyres too.
GP 5000 TL
Most everything you have read about these tires is true. They are a huge hassle to mount. I put them on Ksyrium elite rims and as far as I can tell, that simply cannot be done without using a lot of force with tire levers and considerable profanity. It is not as bad if you have previously mounted them with tubes on a spare rim, gassed them up and let them sit for a few weeks. But even so, they are just awful to mount. The upside is that they do not flat. Where I ride, there are goatheads everywhere. In the late summer and early fall, you cannot go for a ride without getting at least one or two flats on conventional tires. But I have been riding the GP 5000 TL tires 200 - 250 miles per week for the last 10 months, and have yet to get a flat. For that, I am willing to put up with the hassle of mounting them.
The Continental GP 5000 TL tires are great! They stick to the road and hold a corner at higher speeds. Having less tire pressure since the tires are tubeless smooths out the ride making the ride more enjoyable.
These tires ride very well and are much improved
It's been a while since I've ridden on Continentals. I found their previous offerings (clinchers) to be harsh and its tubulars were great for the velodrome due to their high pressure; however, using the road version was always sketchy in the wet. I found these tubeless tires to be much improved. They are mated to Vision KOM rims where I've put them to use on varied road surfaces. They've worked well, though I haven't put them through their paces on a wet road. Of course, the real issue with tubeless is getting them on the rim and inflating. Since all manufacturer's rims — even those tubeless specific — your results may differ with other hoops. For me, the rear tire went on fairly easily with only the use of a tire lever (plastic) to finish off the mount. That one was quickly seated and inflated with a regular track pump. However, the front wheel was a bit more finicky. It mounted easily using the aforementioned tire lever but just wouldn't inflate. Even using all the tips and tricks I found online I still stymied. Finally, I made sure to push down the tire over the valve opening and wiggle it as I used the hand pump. Success! For some reason you don't get that satisfying "pop" sound when the tires seat on the rim but they are securely beaded to the hooks on the rim. I've put on a couple of hundred miles (300 kilometers±) and they work well. I've tried various tire pressures to find the optimal ride quality.
Last time I buy GP 5000s
I have ridden GP4000s for several years and been very pleased with them. I just blew out the sidewall on my GP5000 rear tire after only about two months of riding. I didn't hit anything. The 5000 seems to be a much less durable tire with very little sidewall support. Almost crashed on my way down the hill after it blew out, so I am very disappointed with this tire.
Continental Grand Prix 5000 Tubeless
Went on to the rims like a dream, so much easier than the schwalbe that were previously on. I was able to simply use my track pump. Ridden a couple of times and they feel really good
Best in class
Well priced, best performance.. Fitting was difficult, since the bead is the hardest compared to other brands. Did not need any special pump to inflate, and you just need to do the right things with sealant, and off you go in the morning!
Great tyres....once fitted
First impression was what have I done....found them almost impossible to fit to my Giant SL1 wheels, had to enlist the help of a friend. Once fitted though I found them to be excellent, smooth rolling, fast and comfortable. Long term the jury's out, just hope I don't have a puncture that won't seal and requires tyre removal/refitting at the roadside!