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Cinturato GRAVEL H Tubeless Tire

4.625 out of 5 stars
8 Reviews
$76.90 - $78.90



Why We Like The Cinturato GRAVEL H Tire

We find the perfect harmony between grip and efficiency in the Pirelli Cinturato GRAVEL H Tire to conquer graveled and rocky terrain. As a tire purpose-built for compact surfaces, the Cinturato Gravel H is refreshingly capable of withstanding firm ground without adding bulk to your ride. Tightly packed knobs along the center of the tire create a broader surface area for improved contact, and bigger shoulder knobs provide improved off-road capability when a gravel road transforms into a rock garden.


  • Fast-rolling gravel tire dominates compact, rough terrain
  • Tiled center tread pattern aids rolling resistance
  • Tubeless deisng allows for lower tire pressure
  • Reinforced sidewall casing prevents punctures
  • Supportive ride feel for better control in varied terrain
  • Optimized for wider modern rims to enhance comfort
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700 x 35c, 700 x 40c, 700 x 45c
clincher, tubeless ready
[maximum] 58
Claimed Weight
[700 x 35c] 14.5oz (410g), [700 x 40c] 16.9oz (480g), [700 x 45c] 1lb 3.4oz (550g)

Overall Rating

4.5 based on 8 ratings

Review Summary

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4 out of 5 stars

December 10, 2023

Durable - solid gravel tire mixed use

I've put it through the wringer

I put about 2 seasons and 2500+ miles on this pair of tires. I run around 30-35psi (tubeless), and see mixed gravel terrain. I like the tan sidewall, and the tread pattern allows for reasonable use in varying conditions. I would not push this tire very hard in a single-track/mtb situation, but that is not what this tire is for. 4 stars: the price is a bit high, but in life I’ve found that you get what you pay for. Mass is about average for this tire.

bro5579459 b

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com

4 out of 5 stars

June 4, 2023

Fast Rolling, Look Awesome, but Meh

I've put it through the wringer
Size Bought:
5' 6"

These are installed on Hunt Aero 34s on my Cinelli Della Strada flat bar gravel bike. Like the Cinturato Ms, these were the easiest TL tire I ever mounted. Thank you Pirelli! I commute, run errands, and it's often through gravel and single track paths, so hard pack, pea or medium gravel and pavement - doing about as good in all three. Grass is okay, not for mud and they stick well unless it's wet. They've slid on my in turns a few times now, and not at speed. BUT - not a single flat or leak. Very very reliable rubber. Could be stickier. I do like them, just not as much as the Ms, which is my favorite all time tire - up there with Dart and Smoke from the 90s MTB race scene. Lol. I probably would pass on them unless on major sale now that I have had them over a year, but for the bike they're mounted on, they could not be a more perfect match. If I sell that bike and repurpose the Hunt wheels, these tires will likely be sold off.

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spychica s
5 out of 5 stars

May 20, 2022


I've used it several times

I have 15 years of experience in XC MTB, but have started dabbling in gravel. Supplies were short so I ended up with 35c from my local Trek shop. I'm 185lb and have ridden them at 38f/40r. Most of my road riding is for training purposes and these add so much more grip for seemingly little additional rolling resistance to my 32c tubeless Schwalbe g one road tires. I raced these cinturatos over a mix of tarmac to loose gravel and they we're surprisingly bombproof. They're fine through an occasional section of damp dirt, but I wouldn't ride them in any sort of slop. Like other reviews mention, you have to lean them pretty far before you feel the side knobs bite. If you feel comfortable handling a mountain bike you should be able to adapt to the lower profile knobs on this tire, just find a safe place to test the limits before you blindly bomb some back roads.

ben102421995 b

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com

5 out of 5 stars

May 17, 2022

Beast of a tire

I've put it through the wringer

I got this tire in 47mm to spend more time on CO mtb trails with my friends who mountain bike. It’s fast and tough and will not flat. I recently road them in a race and was floored at how well they handled road and gravel with 43lbs in them. Stable on the fast gravel sections and I got up to 42mph on the road with minimal perceptible tread buzz. If I had to choose one tire for gravel and road, it would be this one in 40mm. Because I do so much rough single track with friends, I need the 47mm.

pau3087795 p

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com

4 out of 5 stars

March 22, 2022

Nice but pricey

I've put it through the wringer

Bought a set of 40s for a gravel event and they performed well. I ran them with tubes at 40 psi and didn't have any issues. Rode them through a good amount of mud and they still held the line pretty well. On the hardpack, they really shine. Would give them 5 stars, but 70 bucks is steep.

Stuart O
5 out of 5 stars

March 10, 2022

Fast rolling beauties

I've used it several times

I like a gravel tire that feels fast on the road but also gives you confidence when pavement turns to dirt. Still, the fastest rolling and lightest feeling gravel tire I have ridden is the Terravail Cannonball, but the Pirelli Cinturado Gravel H is a close second. Where it does beat the Terravail is in having sexier tanwalls. The slightly darker-colored tanwalls that Pirelli uses just look so good on any bike. The center tread is very close together, and while it's not going to be quite as fast-rolling as tires like the WTB Byway or Specialized Pathfinder, it's still very quick. While I would opt for the Pirelli Cinturado Gravel M for a tire with more bite and more grip for gnarlier terrain, the Gravel H still gets the job done on some pretty rocky roads and trails. I've taken them through snow, ice, slush, mud, dirt, and various qualities of pavement and so far they've proven themselves to be worthy.

Riley F
5 out of 5 stars

February 22, 2022

Absolutely awesome gravel tires

I've put it through the wringer

I have legitimately never been so impressed with a bike tire. Over the past 5 months or so, I have put these tires through hell and have yet to see a puncture. From MTB trails, to loose/chunky gravel, to long rides on pure-gravel roads, to pavement-only rides, and more. It's also worth noting that I am a 6'3", 210lbs and I pride myself in my above-average sprint power. These are lighter and faster on pavement and hard-pack surfaces than most gravel tires. Oh and they also happen to be an absolute BREEZE to set up tubeless. I have truly found my "goldilocks" tire and I will not go back. Of course, if you are doing loads of riding in thick mud, you these will not be the best option out there. That said, I have put them through lots of mud pits and the loss of traction is really not terrible.

Parker L

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com

5 out of 5 stars

December 28, 2021

Great race tire

I've put it through the wringer

This has been a consistently fast and reliable tire. It rolls very fast and has reasonable grip for the shorter, tightly spaced, center treads. It feels soft enough at lower pressures but still feels sturdy on the side walls. I was able to mount it to my reserve wheels without tire levers. Using Muc-Off tape and sealant I had zero issues inflating and holding seal. No compressor just my Topeak floor pump with built in canister. Attached photos are on Reserve 40/44 carbon wheels. Tire shown is on 25mm internal rim. For all out grip I would go with the Cinturato M but for a fast tire on tighter gravel this is your ticket!!

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Brian D

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com