Continental Ultra Sport III Tire (Black) (700c / 622 ISO) (23mm) (Wire) (PureGrip)

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Continental Ultra Sport III Tire (Black) (700c / 622 ISO) (23mm)
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1. Tire Diameter | 2. Tire Width:

  • 700c / 622 ISO | 23mm
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Continental Ultra Sport III tires are completely renewed, sporting a dynamic tread pattern design. Matches with a race bike, as well as a classic city road bike.


  • Pure Grip rubber compound delivers countless training and racing miles
  • Long lasting silica based tread compound
  • Robust 330 TPI casing
  • Available in different widths

Tire Type: Clincher
Bead: Wire
Compound | Casing: PureGrip | -
TPI (Threads Per Inch): 3/180 TPI
Puncture Protection: -
Inflation: 123 PSI (23mm, 25mm), 116 PSI (28mm)
Color: Black
Weight: 320g (700c | 23mm), 335g (700c | 25mm), 365g (700c | 28mm)

This product was added to our catalog on May 7, 2020

Tuesday, Feb 1 2022 (4 months ago)
Continental Ultra Sport III Tire (Black) (700c / 622 ISO) (23mm)
I bought the 700x25's for indoor roller and trainer use and they have been running very smooth so far and roll quietly and without vibration. They show no signs of wear on either tire, especially the rear after a couple hundred miles of use. They were relatively tight during placement, but I was able to install by hand. I cannot comment on outdoor use, but would certainly buy again for indoor roller and fluid trainer use.
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Saturday, Dec 11 2021 (5 months ago)
Continental Ultra Sport III Tire (Black) (700c / 622 ISO) (23mm)
Fair, as it comes to tires for commuting. Heavier than race tires, not as supple, which is to be expected, but these are probably the hardest tires I ever had to fit on. I put them on a pair of FIR PIN(?) rims, and it could be the tire/rim combo, but I don't remember the same issue with the older tires. I do not think there are a set of human hands that can flip these onto the rim, or even tire levers (I used the forbidden flat head screwdriver). I am dreading the day I get a flat, and I'm stranded because I don't have the use of a thick steel screwdriver. Maybe they'll stretch out and won't be so bad later, but until then these 1 star.

Tire Size Chart

Inch SizingISO / ETRTO
16" BMX / Kids305
16" Recumbent349
18" BMX / Kids355
20" BMX / Kids406
20 x 1-3/4"419
20 x 1-3/8", 20 x 1-1/8"451
22" Wheel Chair501
24" BMX / Kids507
24" BMX Race (Fractional)
24" Road
24" Old Schwinn S-7 Size521
24" Wheel Chair540
24" Old Schwinn S-5 Size547
26" Mountain559
650c Small Road Bike571
27.5 / 650b584
26 x 1-3/8590
26" Old Schwinn S-6597
700c / 29" / 28"622
27" Road (Fractional)630
28" Track Tubular635
36" Big Bike787