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For the speedy.
The Vittoria Saguaro tire is built for all-mountain use, but truly excels on dry, hardpack trails. The small, tight lugs reduce rolling resistance, and the round profile makes cornering smooth and predictable.
Vittoria built the Saguaro with its 120tpi casing and reinforced sidewalls. It calls this Phase 3.1 casing. The bead is a traditional lightweight, folding Aramid.
- Grippy side lugs
- 120tpi casing
- Reinforced sidewalls
- Phase 3.1 casing
- Aramid bead
- Item #VIT000Q
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Super fast tire. Great on hard pack. Only negative thing would be that you need exact tire pressure for it to perform correctly.
From the description, Competitive Cyclist is based in Utah. I would like to know how this tire behaves on the Wasatch Front trails, as well as the rough singletrack of the higher alpine ski resorts.
Also, the last tubeless ready tires I owned leaked sealant from the sidewalls uncontrollably. What kind of sealant seepage can I expect from this tire?
These tires are what most of use here at CC ride on our 29ers. They lack the bit on smaller wheels. They are a little bit heavier than some tires, but they don't leak/seep like many others either. If you can looks back at when they were branded under the GEAX name, they reviews from all employees were fabulous. I'd say we all highly recommend these. The other tire of Choice is the Maxxis Adrent if you're looking for a little more volume.