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Specifications of this Folding tire Continental Cross King 2.2 29 x 2.20" / 55-622 - black
The all rounder
The first-class tire for competitions and tours
Safe cornering and smooth running properties
Versatile and smooth-running profile that adapts perfectly to any surface
Available in different sizes and designs
A new relationship between grip and rolling resistance
The unique compound compound for the tread is a true revolution in the world of bicycle tires.
BlackChili compound improves rolling resistance by 26% and provides 30% more grip compared to silica gel-based materials. Premium tires with BlackChili compound convince with better performance and, unlike many other multi -compounds, consistent driving characteristics from the first to the last kilometer. BlackChili compound: The Research & Design department of Continental in Korbach in Hesse is constantly looking for to the solution to an old problem: The rolling properties of the rubber of a something tire are mainly determined by three different factors: grip, rolling resistance and lifespan. The dilemma: Improving one quality often comes at the expense of another. A tire with a lot of grip wears out faster and rolls slower. But if the tire has to be faster, or has to last longer, then this is at the expense of grip. A very good compromise has already been reached with the current state-of-the-art technology based on silica gel. However, our engineers were not satisfied yet. They broke new ground and in 2005 a breakthrough in the composition of the mixture was achieved: BlackChili compound is the name of the material for the tread, based on the latest knowledge of natural raw materials and polymers.