Continental Ride Tour Tire (Black) (700 x 37)

Continental Ride Tour Tire (Black) (700 x 37)
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Expected to ship Sunday, November 1 2020
Price: $19.96
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For superb durability, reliability, and puncture resistance in your commuting/touring/trekking endeavors, choose the Continental Ride Tour Tire. The super-durable tread compound is ideal for putting in plenty of miles while its tread pattern ensures low rolling resistance for straight-line speed while the edges deliver ample traction in wet conditions or on dirt roads. A puncture-resistant belt helps reduce the occurrence of flats, particularly of importance when venturing out on rougher surfaces, and a wide variety of size options ensures there's a Ride Tour tire for your bike.

Note: Size on the label may be in imperial or metric measurements, but convert to the sizes listed below.

Features:

  • Tread design provides smooth rolling characteristics as well as ample cornering traction
  • Tread is versatile enough to handle both asphalt and dirt roads
  • Puncture-resistant belt helps minimize likelihood of flats
  • Long-lasting tread compound ideal for high mileage
  • 3/180 TPI casing
  • Wire bead
  • Wide variety of tire size options to fit following wheel sizes: 12", 16", 20", 24", 26", 27", and 700c

Size Conversion:
27 x 1-1/4": 27 x 1-1/4" (Labeled Size)
700 x 28mm: 28" x 1-5/8" x 1-1/8" (Labeled Size)
700 x 37mm: 28" x 1-3/8" x 1-5/8" (Labeled Size)
700 x 42mm: 28" x 1.60" (Labeled Size)
700 x 47mm: 28" x 1.75" (Labeled Size)

This product is expected to become available for purchase and ship on Sunday, November 1 2020

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Saturday, Sep 5 2020 (7 weeks ago)
Continental Ride Tour Tire (Black) (27 x 1-1/4)
Tires were not too tight on the rims and they roll quite well considering the tread pattern, only 60 psi of air in them, and the no-flat strips between the tubes and tire (we live on a gravel road). Good value in tires for a nearly 50 year old Schwinn Varsity.