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Lightest clincher tires and tubes on the market.
Continental Supersonic Folding Tyre x 2 Weight 140gm
Continental Race Supersonic Long Valve Inner Tube 700c X 18-25mm Weight 50g
$93.57 from Ribble including postage.
Continental Supersonic Folding Tyre
The lightest clincher tyre on the market Slick tread & super fine 310 tpi casing Designed purely for the speed of competition The Grand Prix Supersonic offers exceptionally low rolling resistance Continental's super-fine, polyamide casing combined with a thin layer of ASC? Silica treads compound is extremely lightweight and is designed to allow unusually high inflation pressures. Possibly one of the best time trial tires ever designed, the distinctive black sidewall and anthracite tread looks fast standing still.
â€¢ The lightest clincher tyre on the market (20mm 140gm) (23mm 155gm.)
â€¢ Slick tread & super fine 310 tpi casing.
â€¢ Designed purely for the speed of competition.
â€¢ Available in 700c x 20 or 23mm.
Please note tyres inc Tubulars are covered for warranty against manufacturing defects only.
Damaged caused by incorrect fitting, debris, solvents, UV damage and wear and tear are not covered.
Tubular tyres should be checked for leaks prior to fitting as damage to the valve can occur during fitting, tubular tyres that have been fitted are not covered by warranty.
Puncture protection increases the tyres protection against punctures compared to a similar weight of tyre without protection , while the likely hood of puncturing is reduced there is still a possibility of puncturing.
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