The Continental Sprinter Tubular Tyre is an ultra fast tyre for shorter road events such as criteriums. The nylon puncture protection breaker is incredibly reliable with no loss to the excellent rolling quality. Flexible casing and the incredibly adhesive Black Chili Compound maintains contact with the road even in quick 90° bends. Lightweight and excellent acceleration makes this the fastest tyre in the last 400 metres. - A.D.
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Relatively easy to mount, inexpensive, and decent performance. You may get 2500 to 4000km on the front, most likely 1500-2000km on the rear, but at this price it's still cheaper to glue up new ones than to run more expensive tubs.
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I had these tires installed on my new wheels at the suggestion of my local bike store. So far, I have been overall quite happy with them. They are a good balance of comfort, speed, and price. I did have 2 punctures in 2 rides a couple of months ago, one was a small thorn or some other kind of sharp object that went right through and created a slow leak (I was able to get home pumping up my tire several times), the second was a blow out on a pot hole that instantaneously destroyed the tire and rim actually (not good to ride in the dark!). Since getting the rim replaced, and a new sprinter mounted, no problems, and no worries, so as I say, though I only have a couple of hundred KM on my tires, so far so good.
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