The Continental Grand Prix 4000 works on any road surface, its activated silica compound improves the handling at stability limits and offers excellent rolling resistance. This tyre provides long-term performance and precision production qualities.
The Vectran breaker belt is made from an extremely strong fabric that's more flexible and lighter than other puncture protection materials. Vectran's anti-tear formula stops tread brittleness and increased mileage performance. Five times as strong as steel, Vectran is a lightweight nylon double breaker that remains strong in wet conditions.
Tread wear indicators ensure riders can measure the life of the GP 4000 tyre. This ensures riders won't lose mileage performance by replacing the tyre too soon, and you won't use the tyre beyond its tread life. - A.D.
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I believe Continental makes the best bike tires; and the Grand Prix 4000 & Grand Prix 4000S are their best. I like the rolling feel and I get great durability---as much as 4000 miles on a set. I highly recommend.
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I don't have a lot to compare it to except some Michelin PRO 3 Service Course that came on the bike originally. The GP are not as comfy and seems to weigh more, but the grip seems on-par or better than the PRO3s. The GPs also seem to be wearing much better and are MUCH less likely to get flats. Lastly, the GPs are easier to fit onto the bike. The PRO3s I had to wait until they were on the bike to fully inflate.
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