Continental Grand Prix 4000S II Road Tyres - PAIR - £50.98 @ CRC
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Continental Grand Prix 4000S II Road Tyres - PAIR - £50.98 @ CRC

£50.98£119.9858%Chain Reaction Cycles Deals
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Found 4th Aug
Popular and well reviewed road bike tyres, assorted sized 23,25 and 28mm.

Seems to be the cheapest place I can find these tyres, £25 each with free delivery/Collect+

Code is for new customers with £10 on first spend over £50.
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I would take the plunge but I'm eager to try the lifeline range first.
Best all round tyres for summer. Low rolling resistance and decent p*****ure resistance
This or the contential grand Prix 4? For touring what's the difference lol
Purchased some of these in size 23 and found them fantastic for speed but comfort was very harsh and steering very snappy. Got the same tyres in 25 and just as fast but way more enjoyable to ride, much smoother, comfortable and confident.
Great deal on these, I wonder if you can combine British Cycling discount. Might buy a pair as spares, I run these in size 25, grippy, fast and no punctures yet. Tempted to try them in size 28
Decent tyres but go for 25 for comfort 23 were harsh
I had these but they wear quite fast (flatten off) and will crack/glaze after a year or so. I switched to Michelin Pro4 Endurances and they’re meant to be equal to the GP4Ks for RR but also much more puncture resistance - but not being made any more, though my local Decathlon has stock. Ironically their replacements, the Lithion 3 I think were pretty poorly reviewed.
I like mine but two punctures in about 6 rides 👎🏼
I'm trying to buy but it keeps saying theres a problem with my card.... I've triple checked all my information but still keeps saying theres a problem
rugman2 h, 15 m ago

Great deal on these, I wonder if you can combine British Cycling discount. …Great deal on these, I wonder if you can combine British Cycling discount. Might buy a pair as spares, I run these in size 25, grippy, fast and no punctures yet. Tempted to try them in size 28


Same here - tempted to try 28's to see if more comfortable for longer rides
I was looking at 28's for longer rides to but my front tyre has little clearance with a 25 already, so I played it safe and got the 25 but I'm hoping to have confidence in my tyres now with some better performance and comfort.
plewis001 h, 54 m ago

I had these but they wear quite fast (flatten off) and will crack/glaze …I had these but they wear quite fast (flatten off) and will crack/glaze after a year or so. I switched to Michelin Pro4 Endurances and they’re meant to be equal to the GP4Ks for RR but also much more puncture resistance - but not being made any more, though my local Decathlon has stock. Ironically their replacements, the Lithion 3 I think were pretty poorly reviewed.


I use both. Gp4s are grippy, comfy and fast. Pro4 endurance are bit harder compound, less grippy and cut up quite easily but probably more puncture resistant.
gooeynote1 h, 1 m ago

I use both. Gp4s are grippy, comfy and fast. Pro4 endurance are bit harder …I use both. Gp4s are grippy, comfy and fast. Pro4 endurance are bit harder compound, less grippy and cut up quite easily but probably more puncture resistant.


They’re both good but if I have to choose, I’d get Pro4 again, the GP4K just don’t last long enough for my liking but people swear by them. I run tubs on my race bike, I got told that’s ‘proper old school’ but they feel fast
Great price. Unfortunately there are so many little s***s around here who think it is funny to smash bottles on cycle lanes that I had to get Marathon+s. Even Gatorskins were getting shredded.
Ps not the cheapest - on wiggle you can get 2 + 2 Continental inner tubes for £50.49 using the £10 off code for new users
Laurynas_Misevicius5 h, 17 m ago

This or the contential grand Prix 4? For touring what's the difference lol


I use the gp 4 seasons and there puncture resistance is very good, only punctures I have ever had are from stapples. After around 5000 miles on a set they started to wear , which led to punctures from glass and thorns .
I'm looking for 4 seasons any deals on that?
graeme19656 h, 44 m ago

Best all round tyres for summer. Low rolling resistance and decent …Best all round tyres for summer. Low rolling resistance and decent p*****ure resistance


I love how this was filtered
plewis002 h, 11 m ago

They’re both good but if I have to choose, I’d get Pro4 again, the GP4K jus …They’re both good but if I have to choose, I’d get Pro4 again, the GP4K just don’t last long enough for my liking but people swear by them. I run tubs on my race bike, I got told that’s ‘proper old school’ but they feel fast


4 seasons last 1 winter on the back. Not great. Agreed
bigbigchilli42 m ago

I love how this was filtered


Hah I just realised that, weird..
How do these compare to gaitor skins at twice the price?
Ordered just now after having 2 recent punctures on Giant tyre.
tom_g2 h, 33 m ago

Ps not the cheapest - on wiggle you can get 2 + 2 Continental inner tubes …Ps not the cheapest - on wiggle you can get 2 + 2 Continental inner tubes for £50.49 using the £10 off code for new users


How?
allesclar1 h, 55 m ago

How do these compare to gaitor skins at twice the price?


The 4 seasons are like the gator skins but these are much weaker but ok I guess
I use to use these types riding into London but got to many punctures so switched to 4 seasons which have been great 6000 miles and the rear had been falling apart then I got a gash and had to change now would be a good time to switch back
thewolfman218 h, 19 m ago

How?


Its £60.49 here but then you get £10 off using a code on their website as a new customer. So £50.49 with 2 inner tubes. Have only checked 25mm though.

wiggle.co.uk/con…es/
I bought these a week ago for this price (from wiggle as new customer). Didn't realise that this constituted a deal :s
allesclar9 h, 54 m ago

How do these compare to gaitor skins at twice the price?


These are a considerably lighter and faster tyre than the gators, but don't offer the same puncture resistantance or durability. Although, for a performance tyre these are probably the best all-rounders out there.
No one's paying the retail price for those tyres, standard price is maybe £28 each.

I'm on my second pair, Amazon replaced the first after a year (fabric started coming out the side wall).
Too delicate and harsh for London roads, but might be fine for some.
I have been using the first versions of these for over a year, and they are still going strong.
These or Michelin pro4 endurance v2? For same price except inner tubes ? wiggle.co.uk/mic…re/
plewis0019 h, 36 m ago

I had these but they wear quite fast (flatten off) and will crack/glaze …I had these but they wear quite fast (flatten off) and will crack/glaze after a year or so. I switched to Michelin Pro4 Endurances and they’re meant to be equal to the GP4Ks for RR but also much more puncture resistance - but not being made any more, though my local Decathlon has stock. Ironically their replacements, the Lithion 3 I think were pretty poorly reviewed.


I haven't had a problem with the first versions of these and had them way over a year, may coming up two and I have hit 40moh+ on dual carriageways etc. I use the 23s, but might grab the higher up one's to test comfort.
allesclar13 h, 56 m ago

How do these compare to gaitor skins at twice the price?


Gatorskins are usually £25 too?

I probably wouldnt buy them again because they're a ballache to put on. 4000s are much easier.
They're usually £30ish, no? So RRP with a generic code
TheLondonCyclist10 m ago

I haven't had a problem with the first versions of these and had them way …I haven't had a problem with the first versions of these and had them way over a year, may coming up two and I have hit 40moh+ on dual carriageways etc. I use the 23s, but might grab the higher up one's to test comfort.


I never said they’re bad, just I do believe there are better out there. They were the first premium tyre I had and I do think they performed well in most situations - they do seem to suffer cuts and punctures a bit more than average. I had 23s but got 25s next time round. All considered, I don’t think you can go far wrong with them anyway.
plewis0019 h, 53 m ago

I had these but they wear quite fast (flatten off) and will crack/glaze …I had these but they wear quite fast (flatten off) and will crack/glaze after a year or so. I switched to Michelin Pro4 Endurances and they’re meant to be equal to the GP4Ks for RR but also much more puncture resistance - but not being made any more, though my local Decathlon has stock. Ironically their replacements, the Lithion 3 I think were pretty poorly reviewed.


Hi wiggle is selling Michelin pro 4 v2. £25 at declathon. Will you prefer them over these?
plewis006 m ago

I never said they’re bad, just I do believe there are better out there. T …I never said they’re bad, just I do believe there are better out there. They were the first premium tyre I had and I do think they performed well in most situations - they do seem to suffer cuts and punctures a bit more than average. I had 23s but got 25s next time round. All considered, I don’t think you can go far wrong with them anyway.


Which ones would you say are better? I will have a look.
tom_g5 h, 4 m ago

Its £60.49 here but then you get £10 off using a code on their website as a …Its £60.49 here but then you get £10 off using a code on their website as a new customer. So £50.49 with 2 inner tubes. Have only checked 25mm though.http://www.wiggle.co.uk/continental-2-grand-prix-4000s-ii-25c-tyres-and-2-tubes/


Note: make sure 42mm valve length tubes fit your rims.
thewolfman2114 m ago

Hi wiggle is selling Michelin pro 4 v2. £25 at declathon. Will you prefer …Hi wiggle is selling Michelin pro 4 v2. £25 at declathon. Will you prefer them over these?


TheLondonCyclist13 m ago

Which ones would you say are better? I will have a look.



At the same price and for any given ride, I’d take the Michelin Pro4 Endurance in 25mm (not the Service Course or Training) - I think they hold up as well as the Continentals and can take a lot more miles and abuse too. Reviews on rolling resistance show they are equal or better than them as well.

But you would not be doing yourself a disservice with the GP4000s, it’s one of those things if you don’t have them side-by-side you will probably never miss it (like people who claim one TV is miles better than the other, I don’t own an OLED so I don’t miss it).
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