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Roll into your next training ride on the Vittoria Rally Classic Tubular Tire and spank the blacktop like it has been seriously naughty. A lightly textured pattern means this rubber rolls like it’s on fire and sticks to the pavement with resolve. KEVLAR® fibers mixed into the rubber give this standard, tubular tire a tough-as-nails build and puncture resistance that’s second to none all the way around. A cotton casing with a dense 220pi thread count allows you to roll over nasty roads with little resistance and steadfast protection against blowouts.

Tech Specs

rubber, cotton
700 C x 21 mm
Claimed Weight:
300 g
Recommended Use:
cycling, trainging
Manufacturer Warranty:
1 year

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Is the Vittoria Rally good for training

Is the Vittoria Rally good for training

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Yes, the rally tubular is a more durable longer lasting tire. A little on the heavier side, so I wouldn't recommend them for racing. Good tire to take to the dirt roads.

How important is the width?

How important is the width?

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Width is important depending on the type of riding your doing. 21mm tires are more for a time trial or if you are a person who feels really comfortable with turning on a skinner tire. For training I would recommend a 22-23mm tire. Unless your typical training rides are done on relatively straight roads. The smaller the width of the tire used to be considered faster but there was a study done recently saying that if their to narrow they are slower. Yet, you can't go wrong with a training tubular tire for $22.46.

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I agree that that width can make a significant difference...
Narrower is usually faster and lighter.
Wider may perform better in sub-optimal conditions (rain, ditty corners, etc).
The main advantage of 23mm over 21mm, however in my opinion, is comfort on rough terrain such as cobbles or whatnot.