Why We Like The Vittoria Corsa N.EXT G2.0 TLR Tubeless Tire
Seeing as the Corsa N.EXT G2.0 Tubeless Tire is deemed worthy of professionals that race at the highest level, we're happy to spec it on our road bike when looking for peak performance. Vittoria uses their TLR Tubeless design on this tire which lets us run lower pressures for enhanced traction, and the 320TPI Corespun-K casing provides reliable durability to ensure we make it through race day.
- Road tire suited for training regimens and Saturday group rides
- Graphene rubber compound is fast-rolling for efficiency
- Reinforced sidewall protection helps prevent punctures
- Tubeless design reduces the chance of flat tires
- Item #VITC044
- Corespun-K casing
- 700x24mm, 700x26mm, 700x28mm, 700x30mm, 700x32mm, 700x34mm
- [700 x 30c] 87 (TLR), 72 (hookless)
- tubeless TLR
- Claimed Weight
- [700x28mm] 310g
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 1 year
- road cycling
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May 16, 2023
Think the "Details" aren't quite right..
- I've put it through the wringer
I bought this tires with concerns and reservations that the Details section on this site described the tires to be "Road tire suited for training regimens and Saturday group rides". Ive done tons of weekend rides + 2 century rides since Feb and here is my take: -- In terms of overall feel... These seem VERY inline with Conti Grand Prix or Pirelli offerings... a bit more comfortable but also just a smidge slower. -- Ride is one of the better i've tried with its stability at higher speed descents(>30Mph) -- Wet handling is fantastic -- On the other hand, these tires are seem to have the puncture resistance that I want for the long hauls. I just did a 50 mile + ride where two other folks I rode with had punctures.. my Vittorias were fine. -- Downside is that they are a PAIN to get over the rim. The bead is made of some crazy material mix. I was able to get one of the tires mounted but had to take the other tire/rim into the shop. -- Other downside is that the bead needed considerable break in time via distance (approx 80 miles of riding) to get seated properly and get the sealant fully distributed, During the early miles, I was losing a large amount of air out of each tire after 6-8 hours. However, I now only have to add 10psi or so per week.
Originally reviewed on Competitivecyclist.com
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