The Continental Grand Prix 4000S II is one of the most popular road bike tyres.
The Continental Grand Prix 4000S II is used by many cyclists. This is not only because of its good puncture resistance, but also because of its low rolling resistance. Add to that the very good grip in dry and wet conditions and you know why the Continental Grand Prix 4000S II is the choice of many cyclists.
The central tread of the of the Continental Grand Prix 4000S II is very thick, hard and strong to help prevent punctures. And that good tread also ensures that the rolling resistance remains well low. And then this road bike tyre is also very durable. Most cyclists can easily cycle an entire road season, between 5000 and 8000 kilometres, with this tyre. But of course that also depends partly on the circumstances and surface you cycle on.
The Continental Grand Prix 4000S II is available in different bandwidths; 23mm, 25mm and 28mm.
This popular road bike tyre is known for its good grip, low rolling resistance, good puncture resistance and durable rubber. Among fans, these are the points that distinguish the Continental Grand Prix 4000S II from the competition.
There are also two wear indicators in this road bike tyre. These are two small holes that, when worn, indicate exactly when this road bike tyre needs replacing. Can't see the holes anymore? Then you have to replace your Continental Grand Prix 4000S II. Then you can be sure that you will never have to change your bicycle tyre unnecessarily early.
Please note! Wear indicator is incorporated in the tread of the tyre.
• Black Chili compound
• Maximum tyre pressure: 8.5 bar
• Protection: Vectran breaker
• Weight: 205 grams