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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

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?

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.

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.