Why We Like The Continental Xynotal 29in Tire
When we're ripping down hard, rocky trails, we like the confidence and control the Continental Xynotal 29in Tire provides. Its BlackChili compound balances grip and rolling resistance to deliver a fast ride with the continuous grip we need to fly around any corner with unmatched control. The versatile, lightweight Xynotal tire features a tubeless-ready design and is also E-25-rated for use with e-bikes.
- A 29in MTB tire ideal for hardpack and rocky trails
- BlackChili compound balances grip and rolling resistance
- Contact edges improve traction and braking performance
- Carcass construction protects against damage from foreign objects
- E-25 rated for use with e-bikes
- Item #CONF03Z
- 29 x 2.4
- [trail] 3/180 [enduro] 3/330 [downhill] 6/660
- black skin foldable
- Claimed Weight
- [trail] 1040g [enduro] 1125g [downhill] 1290g
- Manufacturer Warranty
- mountain biking
5 based on 1 ratings
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April 30, 2023
- I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Ive always been a Maxxis man because everyone tells me I should love them but these Continentals are actually amazing. I replaced an Assegai and DHRII with the Xynotal DH casing in the rear and Enduro casing in the front. Probably could've gone with enduro casing on both and been fine but these things are designed for exactly what they claim; loose over hardpack, square rocks and massive amounts of grip over it all. The compound is pretty soft on the these tires and Im a bigger guy. So, I may go through 2-3 sets per season due to the soft compound but Im okay with that because the performance is amazing on these things. Truly what Ive been looking for in a tire for Colorado!
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