Product Review: Continental Grand Prix 4000 Road Tires

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12/7/2005| 0 comments
by Corey Whalen
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Product Review: Continental Grand Prix 4000 Road Tires

When I first saw and felt the GP 4000 tires they looked and felt as if someone had dunked them into a lubricant.

stopped before continuing my ride up the mountain to check the tires for cuts and glass embedded into the tire.   There wasn?t even a cut.   There wasn?t even as much as a scuff from rocks.   So I continued climbing.

 

Upon reaching the top summit of the pass, I immediately turned up the screws.   I soon found myself going a little too hot into a corner thinking I was going to go down.   The GP 4000 tires stuck to the ground and kept on going without any hopping or sliding.   I was ecstatic!   I finally found some tires that I could continue to purchase for racing and training alike.   They were so nimble and reliable in cornering at high speeds that I would definitely recommend them to any climber or Criterium rider that needs a stable tire at high speeds.

 

Overall, I would definitely recommend and ride the Continental Grand Prix 4000 series of tire.   They performed perfectly in every condition I put them through with hardly any signs of wear and no cuts, scuffs, or chunks taken out of them.   All in all I would say Continental has a winner for quite awhile to come.

 

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