The Continental Competition Tubular Road Tyre is the choice of tyre for pro road racers and triathletes. It's the most dependable tyre in the pro pelaton and has proven itself time and time again on the world stage, including Cadel Evans' win at the Tour de France in 2011.
With a combination of the 22mm dimpled Black Chili compound and reliable construction, the Competition tubular increases grip while also lowering rolling resistance. All this technology doesn't affect wear and 4 layers of puncture protection provides additional durability.
A layer of cut Vectran under the tread of the nylon breakers to reduce weight and improve rolling resistance and comfort. Handmade in Germany, the Competition Tubular is made by the seamstress team and production staff in Korbach. - A.D.
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Been riding Conti Sprinters for 20 years, finally got interested in their top-of-the-line Competition tires when I got a good deal. They're awesome. Helped me get my best average. And they look, dare I say, "sexy". Suggest getting the thinnest/lightest 19cc tires instead of 22 or 25, if you're going to spend good money on it.
Have over 400 mi on the tire w/o any problems and it still look brand new. I ride in NYC streets and bike trails. Very good grip in wet conditions. 105 psi on front and 115 psi on rear. I also put 2 oz of tire sealant into the tire. Extremely difficult to put on following manufacturer's instructions otherwise 5 stars.