The Xynotal Mountain Bike Tire is the perfect choice for riders looking to push their limits on hardpack and rocky surfaces. This tire boasts low rolling resistance and contact edges that give you superior traction and braking, allowing you to ride with confidence and speed even on challenging terrain.
The New Compounds
The Xynotal Mountain Bike Tire comes in three different compound options to suit every riding style. The SuperSoft compound is Continental's softest and grippiest option, ideal for downhill and enduro riders who demand maximum grip and control. The Soft compound strikes a balance between grip and rolling resistance, making it a great choice for gravity-focused rides. The Endurance compound is designed to offer a high level of durability and good rolling resistance and grip, making it a versatile option for trail riders and e-bikes.
The New Casing
The Xynotal Mountain Bike Tire also features a casing construction tailored to different riding styles. The Downhill option is the most durable and reinforced carcass in the gravity lineup, while the Enduro casing is a durable single-ply construction with Apex to prevent snakebites. The Trail option offers comparable performance to the Enduro casing but is tailored specifically for trail use cases.
Continental's new mountain bike tire lineup is Tubeless Ready, with a robust carcass construction that is impervious to damage and penetration from foreign objects. This technology allows for versatility, low weight, and an attractive design.
The Xynotal Mountain Bike Tire is suitable for use with e-bikes, and Continental draws on over 100 years of experience with moped and motorcycle tires to ensure their city and trekking tires are rated to a standard speed of at least 25 km/h.
Experience the Xynotal Mountain Bike Tire and enjoy the freedom to push your limits and explore challenging terrain with confidence and speed. Don't forget to pair your tubeless setup with Tire Sealant for optimal performance.
Grip To Push Your Limits
Less rolling resistance than the kryp Re, but also less braking traction and cornering traction. Still plenty of both, but the krypt Re has gobs. This tire in the rear is more fun than the krypt Re if you like a bit of drift in the corners or are more playful. Equivalent climbing traction to the krypt Re in all situations except for notably less on wet rocks.
YES, yes it is, both the xynotal and the kryptotal tires are great. The enduro casing is amazingly tuff. And the soft compound is greatly grippy! Love these tires! Got the 29’ers and the role over power is great! Kinda thick sidewall that makes bumps a little bit sensitive but it’s worth it for the cornering support! Thanks for the read. If you want a long term review then go to my YouTube Channel “chasendirtMTB”, i will be releasing one soon.
Fast shipping, great price, as advertised. Great shop!
I have a lot of time on the Xynotal in Enduro casing Soft, and also on the DH casing Soft, as a rear tire. it breaks loose in corners just a bit sooner than the Kryptotal RE, climbs almost as good and is a great FAST rolling option for the back. Enduro casing is very tough, DH , even more so. The Enduro Soft has GREAT tread life. For a Maxxis comparison think of it as a more burly Dissector, it grips more everywhere than the Dissector in my testing. and lasts a LONG time. great tire if you dont need the bigger DHRII style of treat pattern of the Kryptotal RE.
Love it for a back tire. Grippy, predictable, and if it wears as well as my other Contis then I’ll be very happy with longevity. So far, so good. Also, the soft and super soft compounds are made in Germany - nice to know that someone manufacturing our toys is making a decent wage and had good working conditions.