Continental X-King Bike Tire - 26 x 2.2 / 26 x 2.4

Priced: $35.00 Rated:   - 3 stars out of 5 by 2 reviews.
Continental X-King Bike Tire - 26 x 2.2 / 26 x 2.4
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Continental X-King mountain bike tire supplies solid cross-country performance with low rolling resistance and confident grip on a variety of trail conditions.



  • Tread is optimized to balance fast-rolling and cornering performance, all while delivering good self-cleaning properties
  • 84 tpi casing with steel wire bead
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Activity:Mountain biking
Foldable tires:26 inches
Recommended pressure (psi):No
Thread count casing (tpi):2.4
Tire width:26 inches
Tread type:No
Wheel size:Mountain biking

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Continental X-King Bike Tire - 26 x 2.2 / 26 x 2.4 Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Very satisfied

Overall, I'm very pleased with these tires. The tread is aggressive enough to grip and climb in loose dirt and gravel but still fast rolling enough to really get moving on dusty hardpack. The biggest downside is that washout resistance is average at best. Being in southern California, I don't often encounter mud so I can't comment there.

I have almost 500 miles on these tires and suffered only a couple of pinch flats (using lightweight tubes, no less) so puncture resistance has been satisfactory. This is especially true given the prevalence of cacti along my favorite trails.

Lately, I've noticed some wear on the side walls that I attribute to frequent runs through softball-sized river rocks. But, I have seen no signs that cause me to worry about premature failure from manufacturer defect.

I plan to run these tires until they're bald. Once they are, I'll strongly consider replacing them with new versions of the same.
macatron at REI on 06/06/2013

Negative Reviews:

cheap tire

1 ride is all took for this flimsy tire to fall apart. The tire wall completely burst after about 1 mile on trail.
TarzanPeacocok at REI on 06/06/2013