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The Continental Cyclocross Speed Clincher CX Tyre is designed for hard and frozen ground. It's the number one choice for a pure cross bike due to the diamond-coated centre section and large shoulder knobs. This race ready tyre comes in a 35mm width and 3/180 TPI casing. - A.D.
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I've just switched from a road bike on Conti GP4000S 700x25C tyres, to a cyclocross bike with these tyres. Maybe I'm just insensitive, and I don't watch my times obsessively so I can't be sure, but it doesn't feel as the change has slowed me down very much. I'm loving the gentler ride (running them at 5.2bar), the grip when braking (phenomenal, seems much safer) and the fact that I don't need to fear being forced into loose gravel (common on the margins of NZ roads). To say nothing of being able to ride on trails. Too early to make a call on durability.
My Cannondale CAADx came with these tires stock. For a 35mm width they are surprisingly light. Rolling resistance is also not that far off from a regular road tire. They perform very well on dirt, grass, and light gravel as well as paved roads without any buzz or vibration. For mud and large gravel I would go with a more aggressive tread. Overall they are great tires, but they are not the most puncture resistant. This of course is off set by how light the tire is. I use these tires on my cross bike for winter training.