Continental Mountain King II 27.5 Tires

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Product Description

  • Aggressive tread design gives outstanding grip and traction under braking
  • Versatile profile design suitable for every terrain
  • Self cleaning open tread design
  • Exceptionally low rolling resistance due to BlackChili compound
  • Handmade in Korbach

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Conti Mountain King II Race Sport discontinued?

At least that's what my LBS said when trying to order one. So I got the Protection. Also and more importantly, which should I have up front. The RaceSport (which is currently up front) w/ a 180 TPI or the Protection version w/ a TPI of 240? Both are 2.4" and I assume the treads will be the same.Read More »

Mountain King II Protection "fuzzy" sidewall

I bought a set of MK2 Protection 2.4 26" tires, and very quickly the sidewall rubber had worn away so much that you can see what looks like a very fuzzy material underneath. This fuzziness picks up dirt and holds it like glue. The shop warrantied them, but my second pair is doing the same thing. ... Read More »

Conti Mountain King II or Trail King on HD?

Anyone have experience with these two tires on their HD? I do a fair bit of road riding to my Trails so I'm looking for a good rolling tire that's grippy for the wet season. Generally I run Weirwolfs due to my drier and hardpack conditions in the summer. In the winter it gets kind of mucky, clay, ... Read More »

Mountain King II 2.4 Fit Stumpy FSR 2012?

Will a Mountain King II or X-King 2.4 fit my Stumpy FSR comp 26"? I just stuck a Mountain King 2.2 on there and they seem narrower than my captains 2.2. Would 2.4 tire be overkill?Read More »

Mountain King II vs Ardent up front

Ready for a new front tire (I a ride rigid Karate Monkey in the LA area) and I'm debating between the Continental Mountain King II 2.4 and Maxxis Ardent 2.4. I currently have a X-King 2.4 front and back and as a front tire I'm finding that i need a bit more grip up front especially on the rougher/l ... Read More »

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