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Corsa G2.0 Tubeless Tire

1.4285714285714286 out of 5 stars
7 Reviews
Current price: $43.99 Original price: $87.99
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Corsa G2.0 Tire

The Corsa G2.0 Tubeless Tire combines the winning performance of the Corsa with a tubeless-ready casing, giving you the option to run it tubeless at lower pressures for increased comfort and grip, less rolling resistance, and a lower risk of flats. Additionally, the tire features Vittoria's revised Graphene 2.0 compound that specifically tailors the performance benefits of graphene for each specific application. In the case of the Corsa G2.0, the targeted improvement is to lower rolling resistance, without sacrificing durability. One thing that stays consistent is Vittoria's 320 TPI Corespun cotton casing, providing you with a supple ride across rough roads.

Vittoria owns the only machine in the world that allows for 4 compounds in a single tread, which they then fortify with Graphene 2.0. This allows Vittoria to fine-tune the flex of the tread-base and tread-surface separately, placing the correct durometer Graphene 2.0 compound exactly where it's needed for maximum grip, rolling speed, cornering control, and wear life. Vittoria claims that Graphene 2.0 significantly reduces rolling resistance, while at the same time increasing abrasion-resistance, making this tire both faster and more resistant to flats than the previous generation.


  • Tubeless-ready road tire offering race-worthy performance
  • Run it tubeless for a plush ride with increased flat resistance
  • 4 compounds in the tread optimize grip, rolling speed, & wear life
  • Graphene 2.0 reduces rolling resistance while increasing durability
  • 320 TPI core-spun casing offers a smooth and supple ride
  • Item #VIT005D
4C Graphene 2.0
700c x 25mm, 700c x 28mm
[700 x 25mm] 130
Claimed Weight
[700c x 25mm] 10.2oz (290g), [700c x 28mm] 10.9oz (310g)
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Overall Rating

1.5 based on 7 ratings

Review Summary

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2 Stars - 1 reviews
3 Stars - 1 reviews
4 Stars - 0 reviews
5 Stars - 0 reviews

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1 out of 5 stars

May 23, 2024

Very Poor Experience with these

I've put it through the wringer

I rode three pairs of these over a period of two years or so. Pros- Supple casing gives the bike a nice feel on the road. Cons- I experienced tread separation from the casing, several blowouts from the fragile sidewall failing at the juncture between rim bead and tire sidewall, tread imperfection that caused a 'thump, thump' feeling through the bars on every wheel revolution, poor tread life. I would not recommend these. Too fragile, too problematic.

ped101368707 p

Originally reviewed on

1 out of 5 stars

December 28, 2023

Setting up tubeless overly frustrating

Like many other reviews online, I found this tire to be the most frustrating to set up tubeless and I have many years experience in tubeless tires for my road, gravel, and mountain bikes. One video review online did help the most by putting in a tube for a day to (a) round out the unpackaged natural "flat across" shape of the tire profile, and (b) get one side of the tire to be fully seated (with popping sound) so when the tube is removed you are halfway there in the actual sealant/tubeless stage. Now that it is finally set up, I may review again later once I get some miles on them as I am eager to realize the positive performance reviews I have read. This video was the most helpful, especially as he uses the same Airshot that I do: The nice news is my 25mm tire has favorable volume at 27mm with my Reynolds AR41 carbon wheels.

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ste101567500 s
1 out of 5 stars

October 28, 2023

This tire is trash

I've used it several times

It popped few days ago. It wasn't puncture. It was a structural failure of the tire. It's leaking air along the 6 inch long crevice in the thread and even through the smooth section of the sidewall! My sealant is bubbling through the whole section of the tire!!! That's a factory defect. Avoid

Sergei K
1 out of 5 stars

May 22, 2023


Sidewalls rubber is thin and easier rubs away down to the casing. Still holds air at pressure but doesn’t look good and I now question integrity of entire tyre.

Jon B

Originally reviewed on

2 out of 5 stars

February 27, 2023

Second one where tread came unglued

I've used it several times

After using Vitoria tires for at least 40 years with nothing but great experiences I just had the second one of these (I bought 3) have the tread come unglued from the casing after very little use, can’t see any wear yet on the tread. Love the ride feel of these, like all the high end Vitoria tires, but with 2 getting destroyed in a very short time I’ll look elsewhere for my next tires. As soon as the tread edges start to come unglued they don’t hold air either.

Joe B

Originally reviewed on

1 out of 5 stars

January 7, 2023

Uncomfortable, Impossible to Seat

I've used it several times

Definitely the least comfortable tires I've ever ridden when fitted with tubes. Unable to seat as tubeless. *** Initially setup with tubes with the intention of swapping tires easily. Tire one of the tightest fits of any tubless tires I've used. Very difficult to get on rim. (Note this is opposite to the other reviewer's experience). Spent over an hour inflating and deflating, using soapy water before I was able to get the beads seated properly. Once setup and running at 65psi they felt rock hard and were the most uncomfortable tires I've ever ridden. Attempted to remove tubes to see if they were tolerable running tubeless, but due to the overly tight fit or possibly the shape/inflexibility of the tire as a result of the glued-on tread, was unable to get to seat after another hour of working using air compressor, soapy water, and all the tricks I've used in the past 10-15 years to seat tubeless tires. Now sitting unused in my garage.

robp753796 r

Originally reviewed on

3 out of 5 stars

November 16, 2020

Tough to seat, seem OK

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Size Bought:

Put these tires onto ENVE SES 3.4 AR rims. These tires were so loose I was able to get both beads into the center channel with NO tools. While that sounds like a good thing, I repeatedly had issues getting the tire to take any air to try to seat the beads. I tried pumping with no valve core, I tried soapy water, I tried the Airshot cylinder. Nothing would get them to take air and seat. I finally took them to a bike shop - we got one seated, but the other would STILL not take air. The employee told me to reach out to backcountry to return the tire. I had one trick left: put in a tube, seat the tire, take out the tube and try again. This was successful, but I will note that I had to pressure up to 130psi to get both beads to seat and "click". This is technically at the max rating of the tire tubed, and near/above the max rating of the rim. With both tires seated, I thought I was victorious, added the sealant and pressured up to about 60psi per ENVE weight recommendations. The tires proceeded to lose air and sealant at about 10psi/hr (with me repumping them, rotating them) for about 24 hours. After the 24 hrs, the tires seemed to hold and I did a test ride. Again things seemed to hold, but I'm pretty weary after the significant pressure loss initially. I've put about 120 miles in 2 rides on them now and they seem OK. For such nice tires and brand, I feel like things could have been smoother in the setup. Now that they're holding air, things seem to be OK, but I'm not overly "wowed" by them. They're fine. I have some tubeless Panaracers on my gravel bike and have been very happy there so far.

Michael H