- Continental Tyres – Mountain Kings or X-Kings
I have been a big fan of Maxxis tyres and still will be, but I fancy something else to replace my aging Ardents which I use for trail centre and long ridy stuff.Posted 4 years ago
Anybody give me some ideas on what to choose.
I do ride quite aggressively and am 13 stone (if that helps).creameggMember
And where is the best place to purchase such items.
I found that bike-components were cheapest(even after a hefty delivery charge), although I do buy a few items there to make it worthwhile. The delivery is pretty quick too considering they’re coming from Germany. You may need google translate to help with some of the descriptions but you can cross check the product reference code against conti’s website.
I like RQ black chilli myself although have MKII on my other bikePosted 4 years agouwe-rMember
Whatever you do, get black chili compound.
I got a cheaper ‘folding’ x-king for the rear and it is un-usable / non fit for purpose. It does not fit on the rim even if pumped up like a rock – it spins with the tube inside sheering of the valve. The Black chili m-king on the front is great.Posted 4 years ago
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