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Continental Touring Plus Reflex Tire (Black)

The Continental Touring Plus Reflex Tire makes an excellent choice for commuting, city riding, as well as touring. It features Continental's Plus Breaker technology to help keep flats to a minimum while the reflective strip on each side of the sidewall helps keep you visible out on the road. The tread pattern ensures fast-rolling performance as well as traction through corners for negotiating roads as well as paths. Furthermore, this tire is available in both a 700x28 size as well as 26x1.75" size for use with a 700c road bike as well as a 26" mountain/city bike.
  • Tread pattern provides optimal balance between low rolling resistance and cornering traction
  • Plus Breaker belt helps minimize chance of punctures
  • Sizes: 700x28 and 26x1.75"
  • Reflective strip on sidewall enhances visibility in low-light conditions
  • Wire bead

This product was added to our catalog on February 18, 2019

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"Continental race tyres set global standards. They offer an outstanding riding experience by providing the best combination of grip, low rolling (speed), puncture protection and weight. They are made using some unique craftsmanship and technologies at our German production plant at Korbach and are serial winners in magazine product tests across the world."

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A compact, highly elastic rubber breaker makes the Touring Plus extremely resistant. Stones, glass splinters and thorns have no chance. Whatever you ride over will find it virtually impossible to pierce the thick Security Breaker band under the tread.

The layer strength of the breaker is adapted to the rolling movement of the tyre. The Touring Plus Reflex remains very comfortable in spite of its protective coating and rolls and steers very lightly.

– Extremely tough puncture-proof layer is virtually impenetrable to stones, glass and thorns

– For those riders whose only concern is puncture protection

– High grade silica tread compound for high mileage and improved adhesion under all conditions

– Weight: 580g (700×28)

Continental Touring Plus Tyre Review:

Level 1 Recommended – anti-puncture protection

Continental Touring Plus –

Travelling Plus is as durable as it is lightweight and yet durable enough for carrying the most punishing environments.

Continental Touring Plus – top Drive

Travelling Plus is as durable as it is lightweight and yet durable enough for carrying the most punishing environments.

– Extremely tough puncture-proof layer is virtually impenetrable to stones, glass and thorns- For those riders whose only concern is puncture protection- High grade silica tread compound for high mileage and improved adhesion under all conditions- Weight: 580g (700×28)

Continental Touring Plus Review:

Level 4 Recommended – extended tyre life

Continental Touring Plus –

Travelling Plus is as durable as it is lightweight and yet durable enough for carrying the most punishing environments.

Continental Touring Plus –

Travelling Plus is as durable as it is lightweight and yet durable enough for carrying the most punishing environments.

Travelling Plus is as durable as it is lightweight and yet durable enough for carrying the most punishing environments.

– The tread contains anti-puncture technology which extends tyre life enormously

– It’s virtually impenetrable to stones, glass and thorns- Extremely tough puncture-proof layer is virtually impenetrable to stones, glass and thorns- High grade silica tread compound for high mileage and improved adhesion under all conditions- Weight: 580g

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Continental Touring Plus Review:

Level 6 Recommended – high performance and excellent traction

Continental Touring Plus –

Travelling Plus is as durable as it is lightweight and yet durable enough for carrying the most punishing environments.

Continental Touring Plus –

Travelling Plus is as durable as it is lightweight and yet durable enough for carrying the most punishing environments.

Travelling Plus is as durable as it is lightweight and yet durable enough for carrying the most punishing environments.

– Very tough puncture-proof overlay with compressive strength ensures long-lasting protection- Overall weight of the tyre is similar to hard-wearing soft-compound tyres- Strong structure with shanks that provide very good grip in the ruts for aggressive riding

– Resistance is extremely high, Especially on the rear tyre- Lightweight and robust tyre which is suitable for all conditions and rough terrains- The outer shell is impervious to punctures and has a fine-grain bumpy texture- Lightweight tyre for touring. Excellent grip in all conditions

– Resistance is extremely high, Especially on the rear tyre- Lightweight and robust tyre which is suitable for all conditions and rough terrains- The outer shell is impervious to punctures and has a fine-grain bumpy texture- Lightweight tyre for touring. Excellent grip in all conditions

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Continental Touring Plus Review:

Level 7 Recommended – bombproof protection

Continental Touring Plus –

Travelling Plus is as durable as it is lightweight and yet durable enough for carrying

the most punishing environments.

Continental Touring Plus –

Travelling Plus is as durable as it is lightweight and yet durable enough for carrying the most punishing environments.

Continental Touring Plus –

Travelling Plus is as durable as it is lightweight and yet durable enough for carrying the most punishing environments.

– Extremely tough puncture-proof overlay with compressive strength ensures long-lasting protection- Overall weight of the tyre is similar to hard-wearing soft-compound tyres- Strong structure with shanks that provide very good grip in the ruts for aggressive riding- Resistance is extremely high, Especially on the rear tyre- Lightweight and robust tyre which is suitable for all conditions and rough terrains- The outer shell is impervious to punctures and has a fine-grain bumpy texture- Lightweight tyre for touring. Excellent grip in all conditions

– Resistance is extremely high, Especially on the rear tyre- Lightweight and robust tyre which is suitable for all conditions and rough terrains- The outer shell is impervious to punctures and has a fine-grain bumpy texture- Lightweight tyre for touring. Excellent grip in all conditions

Originating from the European tire company Continental, this product has a long history of martial martial law. The new Continental Touring Plus is a very tough and hard-wearing tyre that is known for being superb on the riding surface. The secret here is to get a tyre which is 100% puncture proof, which incorporates the Continental’s patented GRIPtech technologies. Its outer shell features a very fine bumpy texture as well as a nice retailed GRIPtech black reflective layer for you to give it a very tactical look. This way it can improve the traction on the bike. With GRIPtech technology you will get a very high level of adhesion when riding over wet and slippery surfaces. A perfectly set-up tyre that is also very lightweight for carrying the most punishing environment.

As a very tough tyre, this tyre comes in four rigid compound for different riding scenarios. All of these are designed to help protect your bike from punctures and other road hazards. This provides you with long, reliable protection.

– Extremely tough puncture-proof layer is virtually impenetrable to stones, glass and thorns- For those riders whose only concern is puncture protection- High grade silica thread compound for high mileage and improved adhesion under all conditions- Weight: 580g (700×28)

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Continental Touring Plus Tyre Review:

Level 8 Recommended – minimum puncture resistance

Continental Touring Plus –

Travelling Plus is as durable as it is lightweight and yet durable enough for carrying the most punishing environments.

Continental Touring Plus –

Travelling Plus is as durable as it is lightweight and yet durable enough for carrying the most punishing environments.

Continental Touring Plus –

Travelling Plus is as durable as it is lightweight and yet durable enough for carrying the most punishing environments.

– Extremely tough puncture-proof layer is virtually impenetrable to stones, glass and thorns- For those riders whose only concern is puncture protection- High grade silica thread compound for high mileage and improved adhesion under all conditions- Weight: 580g (700×28 )

Continental Touring Plus Review:

Level 9 Recommended – extremely durable

Continental Touring Plus –

Travelling Plus is as durable as it is lightweight and yet durable enough for carrying the most punishing environments.

Continental Touring Plus –

Travelling Plus is as durable as it is lightweight and yet durable enough for carrying the most punishing environments.

Continental Touring Plus –

Travelling Plus is as durable as it is lightweight and yet durable enough for carrying the most punishing environments.

– Extremely tough puncture-proof overlay with compressive strength ensures long-lasting protection- Overall weight of the tyre is similar to hard-wearing soft-compound tyres- Strong structure with shanks that provide very good grip in the ruts for aggressive riding- Resistance is extremely high, Especially on the rear tyre- Lightweight and robust tyre which is suitable for all conditions and rough terrains- The outer shell is impervious to punctures and has a fine-grain bumpy texture- Lightweight tyre for touring. Excellent grip in all environments

– Resistance is extremely high, Especially on the rear tyre- Lightweight and robust tyre which is suitable for all conditions and rough terrains- The outer shell is impervious to punctures and has a fine-grain bumpy texture- Lightweight tyre for touring. Excellent grip in all environments.

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Continental Touring Plus tyre

Despite its name, the Continental Touring Plus is primarily a tyre for commuting. It's a direct rival to Schwalbe's Marathon Plus. Like that, it has a thick layer of rubber under the tread that makes it impervious to most potential punctures, but also heavy and unyielding to ride on.

The negative characteristics are more noticeable in this 28-622 (700x28) version, the narrowest in the range, because you'll be putting around 85-100psi in the tyres and fitting them to a road bike.

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That's right: a road bike. The Touring Plus is narrower than its nominal size, to the extent that you're unlikely to want to fit it to your tourer or cyclo-cross bike. My vernier calliper says that while the height from the rim is about 28mm, it measures just under 24mm at its widest when fitted to a normal, 14mm-internal road rim.

The tyres fitted comfortably under mudguards and a 57mm-drop brake on my Ridgeback Solo World. In fact, they were narrower than the 25mm Schwalbe Durano Plus tyres they replaced.

Continental Touring Plus tyre - detail

But first I had to fit them. It was extraordinarily difficult. Of the scores, perhaps hundreds, of different tyres I've fitted, these were the toughest. In the end, it took: six to eight cable-ties around each rim, squeezing the tyre down into the well; a liberal application of chalk; much swearing; and considerable discomfort. My hands afterwards were like claws.

I've fitted Marathon Plus tyres with nothing more than my fingers and thumbs, albeit in wider sizes. (I remember struggling to fit a 700x25 M+ too.) Plus-style springy rubber under the tread makes any tyre harder to manipulate. The narrower the tyre, the less malleable it is. It's good that the Touring Plus is virtually impregnable, because you'd have a real fight on your hands trying to change a tube at the roadside with winter-chilled hands.

The lack of suppleness and flex in the hand is matched on the road. There's a lifeless, wooden feel to the tyres that transmitted more road vibration to my hands than I was comfortable with. I've not noticed this so much with wider versions of the Marathon Plus – I have 35-349 versions on my Brompton, and I've used 47-559s around town.

They roll better than you might think from the weight. There is, nevertheless, a notable drop in speed, of the order of 1mph compared to the Durano Plus tyres I was using before.

So they're heavier, slower, and unyielding. So far, so bad. On the (Touring) plus side: they are very, very tough, and they're still about one thousand per cent better to ride on than solid tyres. For some purchasers, this puncture resistance will trump everything. They just want to ride a handful of miles to work and not get a flat tyre – ever. These cyclists can cheerfully ignore almost everything I've written, although even they would be better served by a wider version – the extra weight won't be as noticeable in a wider tyre (on a heavier bike), the lack of suppleness will be masked by the bigger air pocket, and they'll be easier to fit.

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For road.cc readers (and writers), the Touring Plus will suit some bikes... but not the kind of bike that you would ordinarily fit with 24mm tyres. In 42mm on an urban dreadnought like a Pashley Roadster? Sure. In 35mm on a short-hop folding bike (if such a size were produced)? No problem.

On a road bike or audax bike, you're trading away everything – weight, feel, speed, roadbikeyness – for reliability. Before purchasing, be sure that's what you want to do. There are less tough tyres that, for me and you, are a better compromise. If you want a really tough 25-28mm tyre that rolls reasonably well, try Schwalbe's Durano Plus. If you want a reasonably tough tyre that rolls really well, try the Michelin Pro4 Endurance.

Verdict

A fantastically tough tyre that, in this narrow size, feels uncomfortably wooden and slow. Go wider!

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Make and model: Continental Touring Plus tyre

Tell us what the product is for, and who it's aimed at. What do the manufacturers say about it? How does that compare to your own feelings about it?

Continental says:

"Extremely tough general commuter with a puncture-proof layer that's virtually impenetrable to stones, glass & thorns

For those riders whose only concern is puncture protection

When changing a tube is really not an option!

Don't be afraid of the puncture demon!"

Tell us some more about the technical aspects of the product?

Continental says:

A compact, highly elastic rubber breaker makes the Touring Plus extremely resistant. Stones, glass splinters and thorns have no chance. Whatever you ride over will find it virtually impossible to pierce the thick Security Breaker band under the tread (see diagram).

The layer strength of the breaker is adapted to the rolling movement of the tyre. The Touring Plus remains very comfortable in spite of its protective coating and rolls and steers very lightly.

Tyre has a wire bead.

Sizes: 47-507, 47-559, 28-622, 32-622, 37-622, 42-622, 47-622, 42-635

Rate the product for quality of construction:

8/10

The dynamo track on the side won't be needed by most, but the reflective sidewalls are a good idea for commuters.

Rate the product for performance:

7/10

10/10 for puncture resistance, 4/10 for ride feel. I'm averaging those out.

Rate the product for durability:

10/10

Extremely tough, with no signs of wear so far.

Rate the product for weight, if applicable:

3/10

The heaviest 24mm-wide pneumatic tyre I have ever encountered, by some margin.

Rate the product for comfort, if applicable:

5/10

Okay for short distances. Not great for more than a few miles in this width.

Rate the product for value:

8/10

Given the longevity, a good price.

Tell us how the product performed overall when used for its designed purpose

I was not afraid of the puncture demon while using these tyres.

Tell us what you particularly liked about the product

Puncture resistance. Reflective sidewalls.

Tell us what you particularly disliked about the product

Ride quality. Fitting difficulty.

Did you enjoy using the product? No

Would you consider buying the product? In a wider size for a different kind of bike, yes.

Would you recommend the product to a friend? In a wider size, yes.

Use this box to explain your score

The rating reflects the 28-622 tyres that I tested. I'd very likely rate wider, lower-pressure versions of this tyre more highly.

Age: 46  

I usually ride: Genesis Longitude  My best bike is: Planet X Pro Carbon Track

I've been riding for: Over 20 years  I ride: Every day  I would class myself as: Expert

I regularly do the following types of riding: time trialling, cyclo-cross, commuting, touring, club rides, sportives, general fitness riding, fixed/singlespeed, mountain biking

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