Conti GP 4 seasons
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    Conti GP 4 seasons

    First I did a search on this topic but did not find much info, so Im posting for some help

    I was thinking of picking up some Conti GP 4 seasons tires and was wondering what your experiences are with them. For the last few years I have used michelin pro race tires and currently Im on Vredestein Fortezza tri comps. Both of which I really like, just looking for the chance to try something new. Any thoughts opinions welcome??

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    I've used them for winter riding and on my fixie for commuting. Great tires - light and durable.
    -Jeff

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    The GP Force/Attack combo rolls better with more cornering grip. Having said that, a glass shard trashed the sidewall of the rear, which is why I tried the 4 Seasons. But that could probably happen to any tire, possibly even the 4 Seasons.

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    nice but soft

    I rode these for a while and they rode nicely with good grip and flat resistance, but i would wear out a rear tire in 1500 miles which is pretty short for a training tire, so i have switched to training and race specific tires

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    I agree...

    I've used the Conti Grand Prix 4 Season tires on some long rides and never had a flat. But like the poster above I only got about 1000 miles out of them before I started to get flat spots on the tire...lost that nice point that new tires have. That said I still use them today.

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    I do agree on that one...they do wear on the faster side. That said, I have two sets. My first was 25c, and my newer, 23c.
    -Jeff

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