Continental Double Fighter II Mountain Bike Tyre
Continental Double Fighter II Mountain Bike Tyre
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|Black||26 x 1.9||
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The new Double Fighter II is modeled on the successful concept of its predecessor. The centre, with its light tread rolls smoothly and quietly on tarmac. Off-road, the shoulder's heavy tread provides the necessary grip.
Top Features of the Continental Double Fighter II Mountain Bike Tyre
- Fast centre tread with shoulder lugs for assured traction on occasional offroad rides
- Tread is based on the highly successful original Double Fighter MTB racing tyre
- PSI: 50-65
- Weight: 780g
|Threads Per Inch:||84|
|Use:||Commuting, Urban Riding, Trail|
|Wheel Size:||26" (559)|
The Double Fighter II playfully combines high speed on the road with reliable grip on off-road terrain This means it is also suitable for MTBs that are used mainly on-road and occasional light off-road terrain. The use of a tough 'gumwall' sidewall means that the tyre will be more resistant to urban detritus and the service life of the tyre will also be improved.
Ideal for commuters needing on/off road performance and reliability.
About MTB Slick Tyres
These road tyres will fit Mountain Bike wheels and are primarily for road and light trail use. They will be faster and grip better than a standard ‘knobbly’ styled cross country tyre on road. These tyres work by putting a large area of grippy rubber in contact with the road so they only need a minimal tread pattern. This semi-slick design reduces rolling resistance and improves both speed and safety. Sharp objects like thorns and glass are likely to work their way through your tyres and cause punctures so choose a model with built-in puncture protection. After all, you will want to get home from work or morning ride on time... especially if it's raining! Kevlar shielding as found in the Schwalbe tyre range is a common choice and works well at reducing the amount of punctures. Some Continental tyres even come with a 1 year anti puncture guarantee and use a Kevlar and Polyamide filaments to form a protective belt under the tread.
|ETRTO Number||Dimension (26")|
|25-559||26 x 1|
|32-559||26 x 1.25|
|40-559||26 x 1.5|
|47-559||26 x 1.75|
|50-559||26 x 1.9|
|54-559||26 x 2.1|
|57-559||26 x 2.125|
|55-559||26 x 2.2|
|60-559||26 x 2.4|
|ETRTO Number||Dimension (29")|
|50-622||29 x 2.0|
|55-622||29 x 2.2|
|60-622||29 x 2.4|
|This is a generic size guide and not all tyres will come in the sizes shown.|
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Product Q & A
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Could anyone recommend a suitable inner tube for this tyre or does it not matter that much?
As for inner tubes, it's never mattered what sort I use as long as they're the right size, for instance, don't try 2.1-2.6 tubes if your tyres are 2.1's, go for the 1.7-2.1's instead.
Just one thing when fitting the tyres I presume the front tyre has the front directional arrow facing to the front of the bike!
With the rear does the front arrow face the front or the rear arrow face the front??
I assumed the arrow was for the direction of travel.
So for the front, use the front arrow as direction of travel and for the rear use the rear arrow.
I was a little confused also at first.
What are the min\max widths I should consider assuming I cannot get the 1.95 width?
Have a look at the Twin Rail 2.2's, see my review, they're wider than 1.95's but weren't too wide in the frame, and were very fast rolling without being a slick.
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