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The Continental Mountain King II Protection is a versatile trail tyre that can handle drenched trails and some mud well, but you need to buy the Black Chilli version tested here for maximum performance.
This is made in Germany so is more expensive, but tread wear is excellent. The 4-ply design has a UST bead, so can be run tubeless, and the ProTection sidewalls defend well against the cuts and rips that can kill tyres in rocky areas.
Mud clearing is decent, and even in the Lakes , on notoriously soapy limestone, the compound never feels too nervy.
The next perception-buster is how fast it rolls. With a beefy 2. This makes it a great option for anyone wanting to get the miles in while retaining enough grip, climbing and braking traction in reserve for the occasional steep and loose sketchy section.
Aggressive riders on gnarly, natural DH trails might find the Conti is not the best for hard cornering at speed — the edge blocks sit a fair way from the rounded crown so, transitioning to the shoulder zone, the grip gives way when leant over hard — both in wet earth, loamy berms and in ruts.
With summer ending and the mud season coming soon for many people, I've tested the Continental Mountain King to see how it compares to the Continental Race King and X-King.
The Mountain King has some seriously big knobs with enough space in between to shed mud easily.
I'm testing the RaceSport version, which is the fastest version. The stronger version is a bit smaller as well for the same rated size. I'm very happy to have those 4 Continental tires on the website and have the opportunity to compare them side by side.
When I started doing these tests, this was one of my objectives. The Schwalbe Nobby Nic will be next in line, which means the most important Schwalbe tires will be tested and can be compared side by side as well.
My sample of the Mountain King comes in at a weight of grams, this is much less than the specified weight of grams.
The Mountain King has the biggest knobs of all tires that have been tested up to now. The center knobs measure in at 4. The knobs at the edge of the tire have a height of 4.
The edge knobs are much bigger than those found on the Race King 2. At the very high air pressure of 55 psi, rolling resistance is Dropping air pressure to 45 psi results in a rolling resistance of This difference of 0.
I wouldn't be surprised if rolling resistance would rise when upping air pressure to 65 psi. When dropping air pressure to a more realistic air pressure of 25 psi, rolling resistance goes up to It's worth noting that this means there's only a 2.
I suspect this is a side-effect of the higher and wider spaced knobs, rolling resistance doesn't go down as much at higher air pressures when compared to tires with more and smaller knobs.
Rolling resistance of the Mountain King is quite a bit higher than the X-King. The X-King already has a rolling resistance that's on the high side when compared to its main competitor: the Schwalbe Rocket Ron.
It's quite hard to judge this tire when I do not have the data of its main competitor yet. I will test the Nobby Nic next week.
The Mountain King scores 9 points in the puncture resistance tread test. It's hard to judge the Continental Mountain King because I haven't tested any similar tires yet.
I will test a new Nobby Nic next week which should make it easier to judge the Mountain King. I'm still undecided on how to rate the Mountain King.
With this test, I've completed the Continental XC tire line-up. For example, a Speed King will save More From Bicycle Rolling Resistance.
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