Continental Mountain King Tubeless Tyres review

Middle-of-the-road tyre that’s pretty good at most things

Our rating 
3.3 out of 5 star rating 3.3
GBP £34.95 RRP | USD $65.99
Mountain King Tubeless Tyres

Our review

A predictable tyre that fares well in most conditions
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The tread design of the Mountain King is designed to hook up in a variety of conditions and comes in several casing options including the lightweight Supersonic Tubeless, and in 2.2in and 2.4in sizes.


Our UST versions took several swearing outbursts to fit. [The steel-core tyre levers are under your desk Doddy – Ed]

The tread pattern is directional for front and rear wheels, and is formed of small wedges – this makes them roll and clear quickly – although they suffer in the wet because the small knobbles tend to slice through, rather than dig in. 

The profile of the casing is very round – there are no defined shoulders to dig in on the turns. As a result the tyres feel great on hard surfaces, but struggle on anything wet or loamy.


But the fact that this tyre fares well in most conditions is a big plus – if you want a middle-of-the-road tyre that’s pretty good at most things – this could be it.

Product Specifications


Name Mountain King Tubeless Tyres
Brand Continental

Tyre Width Sizes Available 2.2in 2.4
Rear Tyre Size 26x2.2
Front Tyre Size 26x2.4
Weight (g) 550
Features Folding Bead
Colour Black