Conti Speed Kings are great at suvvern rooty, sandy , woodsy stuff...
So ive heard
Could you tell us more ( ihave a set of these, yet to try)
And great info dr.s. Made me think about my tyre choice in the future
My usual terrain is Surrey heathland; (sometimes)deep sand in the summer ,, firming up in winter to an easily rideable hardness, with peaty mulch thrown in for good measure.. They cope with it all. Real mud, claggy clay, is just about non existent, so I can't comment on that,, but damp slippery roots are a doddle. The only rocks around here are grippy sandstone, but they cope with the odd flint patches OK. I wouldn't want to ride flints much on them since they're very thin walled , but mostly, they're brilliant! Fast rolling, even in 2.3",, and surprisingly hard wearing. I've had them on a bike for nearly three years, year round, and they're about 25% worn,, though I do VERY little road riding (don't need to!
Up until this week I've never had a puncture, though this week I've had three....
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