Continental Retro Ride Tires - Clincher

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MSRP : $39.99

Product Description

The Retro Ride is a modern take on a classic cruiser tire. Stylish brown or cream rubber perfectly compliments your vintage ride and the legendary Conti cruiser tread provides grip over a wide variety of terrain. A robust rubber breaker beneath the tread helps prevent punctures caused by broken glass and thorns. The Retro Ride 700c/29 Inch tire features a three ply casing for a total of 66 TPI. Available in 700c x 50mm (29 x 2.0 Inch; 50-622 ISO). 58 max. PSI. Wire bead. 850 gram claimed weight. A reflective sidewall stripe increases visibility after dark. Cream or Brown.

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My 1885 Bianchi in a Retro Ride?

Greetings- The owner of my pro shop is a racer, mechanic, and sponsor of a team and many rides and events. One of the regular events this year will be a Sunday retro ride, and not a ride just for 70's Colnagos and Bianchi's. Actually my 1885 mod. Bianchi will qualify to participate. Why?...bec ... Read More »

First ride on my new retro ride.

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