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Continental Explorer Tire

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I do not like this thing

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The Good:

i got it cheap, very grippy

The Bad:

Very unpredictable

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I bought two of these things back in the day when i used to race XC a little. While this tire climbs really well, when corning its very unpredictable, meaning i could never get the hang of when it would break free. I eventually got so sick of them i gave them away to someone.

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Specifications
Product Continental Explorer Tire
Riding Type Trail
Wheel Size
Tire Width
Tubeless Compatible
Bead
Durometer
Sidewall
Weight
  • 1 lb 5.9 oz (620 g)
  • 1 lb 2.5 oz (525 g)
  • 1 lb 0.2 oz (460 g)
Miscellaneous Continental's Explorer is a good choice for all-around use. It works well in many of the MTB trail conditions you'll encounter. With several options to choose from, there is a version of the Explorer for virtually any application: 2.1, Steel bead offers the same tread pattern in an economical wire bead; 620 grams 2.1 ProTection adds a folding kevlar bead and lightweight 170 TPI casing; 525 grams 2.1 SuperSonic is folding kevlar bead, and a feathery 460 grams for race use
Price $18.34
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