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Continental Grand Prix 4000S II Folding Road Tyre Pair (25c) @ Wiggle - £44.99 with new customer code NEWGB
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Continental Grand Prix 4000S II Folding Road Tyre Pair (25c) @ Wiggle - £44.99 with new customer code NEWGB

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Posted 25th May

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NEWGB code gets £10 off £50 spend so...

Great set of tyres for £54.99 even without the new customer code, and for £44.99 if you are a ‘New customer’ makes this a great deal if you’re on the look out for new tyres, ready for the sun!

Probably end of line making way for the 5000 series.

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Comfortable tyres but I found them to be puncture magnets, prefer Gatorskins for normal use.
Zimmy25/05/2019 09:32

Comfortable tyres but I found them to be puncture magnets, prefer …Comfortable tyres but I found them to be puncture magnets, prefer Gatorskins for normal use.


Yes Gatorskins are great at puncture resistance but a little heavy. I’ve not had issues with punctures with these. Thought they had a great balance of performance/puncture resistance. Also great in the wet.
jezzery25/05/2019 09:36

Yes Gatorskins are great at puncture resistance but a little heavy. I’ve n …Yes Gatorskins are great at puncture resistance but a little heavy. I’ve not had issues with punctures with these. Thought they had a great balance of performance/puncture resistance. Also great in the wet.


The four seasons are a good compromise between the 4000s and Gatorskins.
Would these be better then giant gavia race 1 tyres that came with my propel
kyegoon22125/05/2019 12:29

Would these be better then giant gavia race 1 tyres that came with my …Would these be better then giant gavia race 1 tyres that came with my propel


The gp4000s will probably roll faster and will be slightly lighter, but the gavias support tubeless which is the only reason I’ve stuck with the gavias. Gp5000s support tubeless but are a lot more...
sysenblaze25/05/2019 14:01

The gp4000s will probably roll faster and will be slightly lighter, but …The gp4000s will probably roll faster and will be slightly lighter, but the gavias support tubeless which is the only reason I’ve stuck with the gavias. Gp5000s support tubeless but are a lot more...


So the GP's won't make a massive difference then surely. Won't help my average reach 18.5
Wish I could use these, but chavs around here think it is hilarious to smash bottles and even throw screws across cycle paths so I'm stuck with Marathon Plus. Otherwise puncture every other day.

Roads so miserable I try to avoid them where possible - knocked off my bike twice last year, once by a driver on the wrong side of the road overtaking (fractured wrist), and once by a car that didn't slow down or stop for a mini roundabout and hit me side on (scrapes and bruises).

That is with hi-vis and very bright lights. I am very reticent about allowing my daughter to cycle on the roads, too many poor drivers around here.

(Even the M+ didn't survive the 7cm screw)
Great tyres, although selling off old stock as the GP5000's are out
smileyboy25/05/2019 10:49

The four seasons are a good compromise between the 4000s and Gatorskins.


Found the four seasons a bit noisy but good to cycle to...
Great tyres. And this is a great deal.
Absolutely no idea how they justify the price though......
wilf123425/05/2019 16:28

Great tyres. And this is a great deal. Absolutely no idea how they justify …Great tyres. And this is a great deal. Absolutely no idea how they justify the price though......


Well... it feels like you are driving an electric bike with them on
They have 2x less rolling resistance than regular mid range good tyres.. If you stick to below 15km/h where there isn't much wind resistance and most of the power is needed just to pedal further you barely have to pedal as the bike just glides itself.
I'm a frugal person but this is one of the things I will spend on more... Yes they are damn expensive, but there really isn't alternative if you just want to sit on your bike and do nothing if you don't have electric bike already!
Tom_Reys25/05/2019 17:18

Well... it feels like you are driving an electric bike with them on Well... it feels like you are driving an electric bike with them on They have 2x less rolling resistance than regular mid range good tyres.. If you stick to below 15km/h where there isn't much wind resistance and most of the power is needed just to pedal further you barely have to pedal as the bike just glides itself.I'm a frugal person but this is one of the things I will spend on more... Yes they are damn expensive, but there really isn't alternative if you just want to sit on your bike and do nothing if you don't have electric bike already!


I wish mine felt that good!!
sysenblaze25/05/2019 14:01

The gp4000s will probably roll faster and will be slightly lighter, but …The gp4000s will probably roll faster and will be slightly lighter, but the gavias support tubeless which is the only reason I’ve stuck with the gavias. Gp5000s support tubeless but are a lot more...


Think I would stick with the tubeless and survive more punctures! The gp4000s felt nice but not any faster really - I found swapping tubes out slowed me down a LOT
Zimmy25/05/2019 23:13

Think I would stick with the tubeless and survive more punctures! The …Think I would stick with the tubeless and survive more punctures! The gp4000s felt nice but not any faster really - I found swapping tubes out slowed me down a LOT


I'll stick with my tubeless then, and just save up amd replace the giant wheels eventually
bicyclerollingresistance.com/

If it helps this site shows you rolling resistance and puncture resistance comparison between tyre
Edited by: "martynpd" 26th May
martynpd26/05/2019 21:22

bicyclerollingresistance.com/If it helps this site shows you rolling …bicyclerollingresistance.com/If it helps this site shows you rolling resistance and puncture resistance comparison between tyre


I looked at this site a few weeks ago when needing to replace my worn out GP4000S II's. IIRC they still came out slightly better in terms of puncture resistance than the new GP5000 and no real difference otherwise. Making it a no-brainer to buy again at the reduced price whilst they are clearing out stock. Hopefully by the time they are no longer available the GP5000 price will normalize...
pl612530/05/2019 16:25

I looked at this site a few weeks ago when needing to replace my worn out …I looked at this site a few weeks ago when needing to replace my worn out GP4000S II's. IIRC they still came out slightly better in terms of puncture resistance than the new GP5000 and no real difference otherwise. Making it a no-brainer to buy again at the reduced price whilst they are clearing out stock. Hopefully by the time they are no longer available the GP5000 price will normalize...


A whole two watts
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