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Continental Mountain King II Fold Tire

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Continental Mountain King II Fold Tire

The Mountain King II, is an all around tire available in sizes 26x 2.2" and 26x 2.4". The wider tread is recommended for more aggressive riding. The 2.2 is an excellent tire for XC bikes.

  • Intended use: Mountain
  • Color: Black
  • Tire Diameter: 26”
  • Tire Bead: Folding
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I am running these on my Moto. The 2.4 ones. They hook up great. Dig in and hold on corners. On climbs they seem to stick to the trail. I hardly have ever had them break loose. I heard the side walls could be weak. I have taken them over some pretty tough rock gardens and have had no issues. I am running them with Stans and have never had a issue. They seated to the rim and have held the bead. The one puncture I did get sealed right up. Due to their size I am running about 4oz of sealant in each tire.

PROS: durability, Weight, Tread, Traction

CONS: None so far
February 28, 2012
Location:
Ft Worth, Tx
Strong Performer with Great Traction
I've been running Continental tires since I decided to go tubeless a few seasons ago. I had a 2.2 Mountain King on the rear and a 2.4 on the front of the bike. I decided to go with the 2.4 on the rear because of the terrain I prefer to ride as well as my riding style. These tires have phenomenal traction (at high and low PSI), perform in all sorts of terrain and trail conditions, and wear extremely well. If you're looking for a great tubeless tire, this is an excellent option.

PROS: Durable, Easy To Install, Hugs The Trail

BEST USES: Mountain Biking, Upgrade
August 31, 2015
Location:
Denver, CO
All rounder with good durability.
I bought this tire for the soft and wet conditions in the NW. I'm running a 2.4 in protection version as my rear tire on my Reign. At 170 lbs, I run this tire at 23-25 psi with Stans sealent. The tread rolls well, but the flexy center knobs feel nervous on hard pack. The tire sheds mud well and has impressive grip in the wet. The 2.4 in size has a nice size casing but the tread is more narrow than other tires like the Conti Trail King. I will be swapping this tire out with a tire like a Maxxis Ardent once the dry season arrives.

PROS: Wet grip, Sheds mud really well, Black-chilli durability, Sidewall protection

CONS: Center knobs too flexy, Minimal transition knobs

BEST USES: Trail, Am
February 25, 2012
Location:
Portland, OR

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