Continental Explorer 2.1 Tire

4/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $22.49

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Product Description

2.1", Steel bead offersThe sameTread pattern in an economical wire bead; 620 grams 2.1" ProTection adds a folding kevlar bead and lightweight 170TPI casing; 525 grams 2.1" SuperSonic is folding kevlar bead, and a feathery 460 grams for race use

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User Reviews

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by third

Date Reviewed: September 18, 2014

Strengths:    All weather tyre. Either in muddy surface no problem. Good in cross country too.

Weaknesses:    None so far.

Bottom Line:   
Great and best value for your money.

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Conti Edge & Explorer 2.1

Anyone know where online to get the conti edge 1.9? I can't seem to find it anywhere and was thinking of trying it as my rainy day race tire this year. I love them narrow tires. Also what about the Explorer 2.1? Anyone running them? What do you think. Any accurate width measurements? Avai ... Read More »

Maxxis Ignitor 2.1 vs. Conti Explorer 2.1

I've ran Conti Explorer 2.1 as my front race tire last season and was happy with it's cornering ability, but would like to find something with a higher volume and that is a better roller (if possible). It looks like the Maxxis Ignitor 2.1 has a similar but slightly less aggressive tread pattern. Go ... Read More »

Continental Explorer 2.1 (folding) and Eclipse tubeless system

Hi! I found a good deal on these tires on ebay.. I got a pair for 20 EUR (about $25) they have kevlar bead and are new. I bought them to convert to tubeless with Eclipse. What do you think about these tires? Do they seal well?? Thanks, -CrisRead More »

That's it, I'm changing from 2.1 Conti Explorer Supersonics to 2.35 Blue Groove??

I've not had much experience using different bike tires. My past and current bikes always seemed to have fairly narrrow and fast rolling tires: 2.1's Bontrager ST2, IRC Serac XC, and currently Conti Explorer Supersonics. I always thought that low rolling resistance was preferable over slower kno ... Read More »

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