Continental Rubber Queen Reviews


Continental Rubber Queen

Avg Rating: (5.00 out of 5) 1 gear reviews
MSRP: $69.99
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Big and small queen.

Extra soft Black Chili compound makes our Rubber Queen 2.4 one hot chica! It?s phenomenal grip on even wet rocks and roots is just captivating. The side walls of our Rubber Queen are cushioned with an apex. This special form not only protects against punctures tubes but stabilizes tyres when you really push the tyres hard into corners. Brake, drop, push the curve ? the Rubber Queen never bails out. For it not to remain a mere flirtation the Rubber Queen is the faithful type.

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John Fisch on January 7, 2010
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Pros: Lightweight and low rolling resistance for a big tire.
Great grip.
Great cornering.

Cons: Expensive (but worth every penny).

Recommendation: These tires were on a bike I demoed in St George, Ut. The gave me tremendous confidence on everything from slickrock to hardpack to sand. I could lay into corners with confidence regardless of the surface. They were surprisingly light and had unbelievable rolling resistance for such a big, confidence inspiring tire. It was like the best of all possible worlds in one tire. This is my #1 all-mountain tire for western conditions. Can't speak yet for their wet/mud performace.

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Continental Rubber Queen 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 ratings. 1 user reviews.