Continental Grand Prix 5000 TL 700 Tire 6005-062

Continental Grand Prix 5000 TL 700 Tire

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One of Continental’s top performing tires has gone tubeless. The GP 5000 is known for its low rolling resistance, great grip in wet conditions and excellent puncture protection. The new tubeless-ready GP 5000 take puncture protection to the next level and make pinch flats a thing of the past.

  • BlackChili rubber compound provides excellent grip, speed and durability.
  • Lazer Grip textured profile increases grip when cornering.
  • Active Comfort technology helps disperse vibrations common with lower TPI tires, offering a smoother ride.
  • Tough and nimble 3-ply, 180 TPI casing.

Tech specs

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  • 300g (25c)
  • 340g (28c)
Ideal for Road cycling
Tire type Tubeless
Wheel position
  • Rear
  • Front

The bead holds the tire onto the rim. Beads may be hoops of wire, or made of a flexible material which allows them to be folded compactly. Folding tires are easier to store or pack on trips.

Tire size
  • 700 X 25 (25c)
  • 700 X 28 (28c)
Recommended PSI

Inflating your tires over the recommended PSI (pounds per square inch) could cause your tube and/or tire to rupture.

  • 88-109psi (25c)
  • 65-94psi (28c)

Threads per inch. Tires with a higher TPI tend to be more supple and lighter, with less rolling resistance, but are less durable.

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