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Continental Grand Prix 5000 S TR Road Tire

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Description

Faster, Lighter, Hookless-Compatible, & Already Won Paris-Roubaix

Introducing the all-new Continental Grand Prix 5000 S TR Road Tire — 20% faster, 28% more puncture-proof, & 50 grams lighter than the previous GP5000 tubeless model.

Even before its release to the public, the Grand Prix 5000 S TR already had top podium appearances at some of the world's greatest cycling races including Fillipo Ganna's 2021 World Championship time trial victory and Sonny Colbrelli's remarkable Paris-Roubaix win. Both races put this new tire to the test — the time trial with its long flat straightaways and the Paris-Roubaix with its wet cobbles, mud, and slick pavement.

Suffice it to say, this is the best road tire that Continental has ever made.

Here's how the new GP5K S TR looks compared to its predecessor:

+20% More Speed — 2/220 TPI carcass under the tread reduces material deflection

+28% More Sidewall Protection — 3/330 TPI adds one more protective layer in the sidewall, and it also makes running the tire at lower pressure more stable

Minus 50 grams in weight (700x25mm size) — With the new construction. Conti removed an inner liner while still keeping the tire tubeless

The flagship Grand Prix is just the tip of the iceberg though. For all-season grip and durability, check out the AS TR. If you're after pure speed, only the TT TR will do. And if you don't ride tubeless/hookless, we have the original, gold standard GP5K.

Features

  • Lazer Grip — The lasered micro profile structure expands over the tire's shoulder and provides outstanding cornering
  • Black Chili Rubber Compound — Proprietary rubber formula for optimal grip and minimal rolling resistance
  • Vectran — Conti's Vectran Breaker has excellent tear and puncture resistance while also being a very low weight
  • Tubeless Ready — Conti's carcass construction keeps the tire from losing air while also being extremely puncture proof

  • Hookless rim compatible up to 73 PSI / 5 bars
  • Hooked: Max. 7.5 BAR / 109 PSI (700x25mm), Hookless: Max. 6.5 BAR / 94 PSI (700x28mm)
  • Please Note: The black & transparent colors both weigh the same

B-Stock - This product has one or more B-Stock units available. These units can be purchased at a discount (see option select). B-Stock units were returned from other customers and may have missing or damaged packaging materials. These units are otherwise as new. The full manufacturer warranty applies. Click Here for more information.

The product weight specified is an approximate weight based on the manufacturer's specifications (if available) or our measurement of one or two examples. For most products, the weight will typically vary by 5% to 10%.

Specifications

 

Threads Per Inch: 220 

 

Tire Type: Tubeless Ready 

 

Wheel Size: 700C/29" (ISO 622) 

700 x 25mm - Black

Weight: 250 grams

Tire Width: 25mm (1.0in) 

Mfg PartNum: 0101866 

700 x 28mm - Black

Weight: 250 grams

Tire Width: 28mm (1.1in) 

Mfg PartNum: 0101867 

700 x 30mm - Black

Weight: 275 grams

Tire Width: 30mm (1.2in) 

Mfg PartNum: 0101868 

700 x 32mm - Black

Weight: 275 grams

Tire Width: 32mm (1.3in) 

Mfg PartNum: 0101869 

700 x 25mm - Transparent

Weight: 295 grams

Tire Width: 25mm (1.0in) 

Mfg PartNum: 0101873 

700 x 28mm - Transparent

Weight: 295 grams

Tire Width: 28mm (1.1in) 

Mfg PartNum: 0101874 

700 x 30mm - Transparent

Weight: 320 grams

Tire Width: 30mm (1.2in) 

Mfg PartNum: 0101875 

700 x 32mm - Transparent

Weight: 320 grams

Tire Width: 32mm (1.3in) 

Mfg PartNum: 0101876 

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Best combination of tubeless performance and durability -- in my experience
by Ian A
Cycling Enthusiast
New York, NY
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I'm a pretty big guy (190lbs), I ride in and around New York City (lots of less-than-ideal road surfaces, to put it kindly) and I rack up meaningful mileage (~9,000 miles/yr). So I am a destroyer of tires. I'm not really road racing right now, but I still prefer the road feel of a good race tire.

Other tires I have run (all in 28mm tubeless, mostly on ENVE rims) :

Schwalbe Pro One - it's been a few years, but the pair I had got cut up faster than any other tire I had used to date

Enve SES - loved the road feel of these tires, but have never gone more than 100 miles without puncturing a rear tire. Front tire was ok for a decent amount of time.

Vittoria Corsa Pro and variations: loved the way these rolled, but not durable enough for me

Hutchinson Secteur: a very durable tire that rolled acceptably, but seems to be gone now?

Teravail Rampart: durable, but honestly I didn't realize how terrible a road tire could feel! It was like riding in mud

Once I landed on the GP5K S TR, I have not looked back, except to occasionally test out other tires. They are really nice on the road, and, in my experience, have been more durable than other tires.

Punctures happen, and not generally in consistent ways, so I am careful not to blame a new tire if I happen to puncture early in its service. But when a tire consistently punctures early in its life, over multiple tires, that's when I say goodbye.

Reviewed 4/9/2024
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Impressive quality out of the box
by Michigander
Ann Arbor, MI

This is my first time using the GP 5000 S TR, and right out of the packaging, these tires are super impressive. They a supple, which made installation easy and effortless. I was able to get them seated on my carbon rims with a floor pump. I�m a novice mechanic at best, and it took me less than 30 minutes to get them installed, filled with sealant, and out on the road. That�s a win for me. The ride is plush and I feel like I�m on rails when entering turns at speed. Really impressed with these tires. Aesthetically, they look fantastic, too.

Reviewed 4/11/2024
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Best tires!
by Chad
Boston MA

best performance tires going right now. Breeze to setup tubeless and easy to mount.

Reviewed 4/4/2024
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Fast- not durable. Great for race day
by Anonymous
9 of 17 customers found this review helpful.

Really love the feel of these, they�re light and fast. Unlike the schwalbes and the enves they seem to retain their speed after the first hundred miles.

Very susceptible to small punctures- definitely not as durable as the schwalbes. Probably equivalent to the enves.

Reviewed 10/13/2022
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Great all-around tire
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
California
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

Fast pace group rides.

Have been using these and the previous model for years now. For me the overall feel is what I like best. Connected to the road but very supple. I seem to get about one flat a year with these and most of the time the sealant keeps the tire from going flat. They do not last as long as some harder tires but the handling and feel are well worth it. I now run about 90psi in the back and 85 up front in the 25s. I get almost two to one on changes front to back.

Reviewed 12/11/2023
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Very Happy with These
by John
NYC Area
5 of 5 customers found this review helpful.

I got these in 28mm and mounted them on HED Ardennes LT+ TR rim brake rims (21mm interior width). Replaced a set of tubed GP4000s. Like other commenters note, the 28mm tubeless look like my former 25mm tubed tires, but I haven�t measured them. I didn�t have any trouble mounting these, though I used tire levers to mount them. They�re a pleasure to ride; tubeless is always a little plusher than tubed, but these are a bit silkier than other tubeless I�ve ridden. It may be my imagination but they seem a little faster than my previous GPs. I�ve ridden about 300 miles on them over all kinds of surface, including milled asphalt, crappy NYC streets, and dirt, and I�ve had no flats and no premature wear. Expensive but I expect to get every penny out of them.

Reviewed 9/18/2022
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Great for performance
by Anonymous

Fast and comfortable. They wear fast tho.

Reviewed 3/19/2024
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great tires
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast

Great tires, ,maybe not the best value but roll well and slick looking.

Reviewed 3/21/2024
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Dependable and grippy
by frizbking
Cycling Enthusiast
Central Oregon
5 of 5 customers found this review helpful.

The tubeless journey started with the MTB tires and then I tried the road tires. This new version of the Grand Prix is superb. I have acquired the appropriate tools and I can now change this tire in my garage in 5-10 minutes. Check out the Park Tool wheel block, it makes it much easier to get the needed leverage. I have been using Orange Seal Endurance without incident. The occasional puncture gives off a little spray and then seals. I'm talking 4k miles this year without a ride ending flat. I ride in Central Oregon on chip seal and on local mountain roads with debris and pot holes and snow plow gouges. I continue to lower the pressure on the tires until this year 64 front and 70 rear. I'm 189 pounds and this has significantly softened the ride.

Reviewed 11/2/2023
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Fast and Grippy
by Santo
Federal Way, WA USA
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

The tires are great. For a point of reference, I ride them on a Canyon Endurace - carbon fiber frame, aluminum wheels and Di2 drivetrain. 700x28. They are fast but, still smooth. A more comfortable ride than Gatorskins. They�re very grippy. I�m taking corners and descending with these like perhaps and old man shouldn�t. I did over time end up with gashes that wouldn�t seal and had tubes in both tires before the wear indicators were all the way down. It�s my third set so, I definitely like them. I weigh 210 lbs (95ish kg) and they last me 1500 to 2000 miles.

Reviewed 11/2/2023
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QC issues
by daveK Scientist
Daily Commuter
Chicago in the City
4 of 5 customers found this review helpful.

I outfitted my new dream road bike with these pricey tires, and I have nearly 1400 mi on these 28C tires without a single flat, despite frequently being unable to avoid rolling through broken glass on Chicago streets, so I'm impressed with the puncture resistance. Indeed, the tires are remarkably unscarred considering the miles. Similarly, the rear tire is showing minimal wear despite my 215 lbs, so I'm also impressed with tread wear. Together with the sweet ride, these are the best-performing Contis I've ever ridden, and I anticipate that they will serve me well beyond my typical life cycle of 2500mi for road tires except... Unfortunately, the loss of 2 stars in my rating is due to the regular appearance of threads peeling from the sidewalls approximately 5mm from the rim on my Enve SES 3.4s at what appears to be a subtle seam line. The threads of up to several inches in length fray from the sidewall of both front and rear tires, indicating the issue is not unique to a single tire. I trim away the loose ends, rather than pulling them due to concern for somehow compromising the tire. I've ridden mostly Contis for the last 40,000mi, and I've never experienced this issue with Conti road tires or any other tires on any of my bikes. Very disappointing for a pricey tire that's otherwise worth every penny!

Reviewed 10/3/2023
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Tubeless is the way to go!
by Lastostrogoth
Cycling Enthusiast
Bonney Lake, WA
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

After a series of flat tires, 5 or six flats over a 6 month period, an extremely unusual experience for me, I chose to tubeless. I rode the same routes where I had repeatedly flatted w/o a problem. I have ridden these tires about 1800 miles since installing them and had only one flat, a week after I installed. Beyond being far less prone to flatting, they were noticeably faster than my tubed GP 5000s. They also corner noticeably better, and, at the same time, have to same wonderful road feel I expect from GP tires. I have been using Continental tires for more than 40 years. These are, by far, the best I have ever used. The wear dimples are still showing after 1800 miles of chip seal rides, so they look like they will last well into the 3000 mile range. Tubeless systems do require rims specifically designed for the purpose, and a pump capable of delivering an initial burst of air sufficient to set the bead of the tire before it can be inflated. It is much easier than I anticipated, and having done it, I will never go back. Continental, as I said, is my go to first choice, and they have never disappointed me.

Reviewed 9/8/2023
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Continental great new tire
by Darecki
Cycling Enthusiast
Plainfield IL
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

After 1k miles ridden on this tires I can say Conti 5000 S TR new tire is better than old 5000 one. Feels like is faster, more supple and have better grip probably due to lower pressure. Max tire pressure for 700x30 is listed 70psi but since its made for tubless setup - shall be fine for even for heavier riders. No flats or cuts or other issues so far and based on regular tear and wear seems like I can squeeze more miles from those, compare to the previous Conti 5000`s.

Reviewed 8/24/2023
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Great tires, however they wear fast
by Joel_CA
Cycling Enthusiast
Norcal
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

My first go around with these tires and I absolutely love them. Fast, smooth, confidence inspiring, and the tan sidewalls look great on my 22 Roubaix Comp. The only negative is that I've only put only 1700 miles on them and the TWI is almost indistinguishable. Gonna switch to the "all season" version of these tires in hopes that they last me over 1 season.

Reviewed 1/9/2024
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Don't seem to be very durable
by AtxBikeRider
Cycling Enthusiast
Austin, Texas
4 of 5 customers found this review helpful.

I decided to try out a pair of these tires based upon reviews that I had read.

I must say that from a performance perspective the lived up the hype. Grippy and fast. Although the ride seemed to be a bit harsher than what I experienced with the Enve tires I had ridden previously.

What I don't like is that they seem to be more prone to punctures & cuts than my Enves. The surfaces I ride are primarily chip seal, so sharp little rocks are the norm for these types of roads.

After 4 weeks, I've already had to replace one of my tires due to a cut, that couldn't be plugged. I rode my Enves on these same roads with no significant issues.

I'm giving these tires a 2nd chance but will find something else to ride, if they continue to cut & puncture so easily.

Reviewed 7/10/2023
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Great all around tire
by Anonymous
East Coast (US)
4 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

Comfortable, good grip, and feels fast. Great so far. I need more miles to test their puncture protection and durability.

The 30mm were easy to setup on Zipp 303s with a regular floor pump.

Reviewed 12/18/2023
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Best road tire
by Anonymous
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

Very few tires last so long that the tread is the first to go, after probably 1,000 + miles. With the tubeless setup I don't even notice when I get a thorn, and glass hardly creates a cut in the rubber.

Reviewed 12/18/2023
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My favorite slick tire
by Rough road rider
Cycling Enthusiast
Western WA
5 of 5 customers found this review helpful.

I've seen great performance from these tires in the 30mm width running tubeless on a wide carbon rim. On road they roll fast and feel like a magic carpet. Very grippy. On broken tarmac they soak up the bumps and on gravel they endure way better than they should. So far no punctures after about 1k miles and they still hold pressure for days. I found them no more difficult than other tubeless tires to mount. Technique is key. Study some online videos to make the task easier.

Reviewed 6/19/2023
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Excellent rolling resistance and weight
by Mondingas
Cycling Enthusiast
Los Angeles
8 of 8 customers found this review helpful.

I had previous experience with the 32mm tubeless GP5000 on a gravel bike with 38mm rims. On very unscientific downhill rolling tests, I would consistently gap riders on road bikes -- I chalked up the surprising downhill speed to the higher weight of the gravel bike.

Going to an aero road bike I first used 28mm tubeless Vittoria Corsas. Seemed fine, but when I was ready to replace them and wanted 30mm tires, the GP5000s were the only easily available option.

Again, not a scientific comparison, but there's every indication that the 30mm Contis are faster than the 28mm Vittorias. First ride with the Contis was no big deal, but once scrubbed in they really started to shine. It felt like going from the Vittorias to the Contis was like going from the gravel bike to the aero road bike -- the Contis are that good. Possibly a good mile-an-hour faster or more.

Grip and comfort are excellent (rider+bike=175lbs; front 58 PSI, rear 62 PSI). I don't bother mounting my own TL tires -- it's always a struggle on my Reserve wheels so I let a shop take care of it, especially with their air compressor. That said, I struggled to even get one side of the Contis over the rim; they're extremely tight.

Reviewed 6/8/2023
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As Advertised
by Anonymous
Pittsburgh

This wheel contributed greatly towards a smoother ride, on alloy or carbon. Unfortunately I�ve had three puncture flats in two months and will be switching to something else. I knew I was taking a risk. These are excellent as far as performance goes, so my advice would be to use in a specific situation and not expect it to commute well or withstand city roads for very long.

Reviewed 12/1/2023
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