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Take the tubular plunge without resorting to messy glues or expensive wheels with the Vittoria Cross XG TNT Tire. Similar to the ease of a UST system found on mountain bike tires, the Cross XG TNT features Vittoria's all new TNT (Tube No Tube) technology, allowing you to mount the tire to any tubeless-ready wheelset with just a little liquid latex (like that of Vittoria Pit Stop). Or, if you're not ready to take the tubeless plunge, run it on regular rims with a standard tube. The advantages are the same as a UST tire system—it runs lighter and faster, with greater puncture resistance. But more importantly, TNT allows for greater stability at lower inflation pressures, giving you the versatility to tailor your ride to whatever the course or the weather might throw at you.

  • All-around lug pattern optimized for both wet and dry courses
  • 150 TPI casing gives a stable and supple ride quality

  • All-around lug pattern optimized for both wet and dry courses
  • 150 TPI casing gives a stable and supple ride quality

Tech Specs

28 in x 32 mm
Claimed Weight:
390 g
Recommended Use:
cyclocross, steeplechasing glory

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I read a lot about tubeless specific CX tires before making this purchase. I was looking for a tire I could use for racing and for training. The Vittoria Cross XG Pro TNT kept coming up as the best choice. The all-around chevron clement style tread pattern, the durability and the quality of construction are all reasons why I chose this tire. It is meant to be run tubeless (Vittoria’s TubeNoTube [TNT] system). The tire bead is thicker and more squared off than other CX tires I’ve run, which allows for better seating/sealing on the rim hook. The sidewalls of the tire are coated with rubber inside and out and although the 150 tpi casing is compliant enough to fold, it is also somewhat stiffer than higher tpi tires. This may sound like an issue, lack of sidewall compliance, but it’s not. Although it does not feel as supple as a nice tubular, this tire can be run at very low pressure without burping and with great compliance, feedback and control. The grip for me has been predictable and awesome. I've raced it and trained it for about 1000 miles now with pressures down to 28psi and I think it could go lower, if needed. Apart from a sidewall puncture, which was my fault, the tire has performed flawlessly. After successfully patching the sidewall puncture, I am again running that same tire tubeless with no issues.

My advice is to buy these tires if you are looking for a really good, true tubeless, CX setup. They provide awesome performance and reliability for both racing and for training. For reference, I am a 160lb intermediate rider. I am doing about 10 CX races this season (2014) with 5 of them out of the way. I am running these tires on a wide-for-CX custom Pacenti TL28 wheel set.

I've never raced these in crazy deep mud or inclement northwest, eastern or any other place kind of real weather. I'm in San Francisco so I've seen lots of sand, loose dirt, pine needles, gravel, rocks, grass, clay, lots of off-camber and rooty stuff, and some mud, water and tarmac. Like many tires, these have lots of grip at the right pressure.

Great tire to run tubeless

    To date, this tire has been hard to find. Other places claim to have the TNT version, but actually don't. This one is the legitimate TNT version. On Stan's Alpha rim, it mounted up super easy - needed only a floor pump. Tire holds pressure for nearly a week before needing top off. So far only used in gravel-grinder type races, so have only run pressure down to 40psi. I trust that this tire could go quite a bit lower w/o burping.