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Pirelli
Cinturato GRAVEL M Tubeless Tire

3.6 out of 5 stars
5 Reviews
$76.90 - $84.90
Color:Black

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Why We Like The Cinturato GRAVEL M Tire

Pirelli's Cinturato GRAVEL M Tires are chunky enough to handle whatever mixed terrain we're throwing at them. They're designed to thrive on loose surfaces, thanks to the SpeedGrip rubber compound which maintains traction on steep climbs. They maintain a high level of puncture protection, and we're loving the knobby tread height and spacing that deliver versatile performance in mixed off-road terrain.


Details

  • Sturdy tire for the gravel enthusiast who loves to go hard
  • Designed specifically for unstable surfaces and mixed terrain riding
  • Knobs with height and spacing that guarantee performance
  • SpeedGrip Compound features that don't compromise rolling efficiency
  • High level of puncture protection reduces the chance of a flat
  • Item #PIR1WUC
Compound
Speedgrip
Size
700 x 35c, 700 x 40c, 700 x 45c
Type
clincher, tubeless ready
TPI
127
PSI
36 PSI
Bead
folding
Claimed Weight
[700 x 35c] 15.2oz (430g), [700 x 40c] 1lb 1.6oz (500g), [700 x 45c] 1lb 4.1oz (570g)
Activity
gravel

Overall Rating

3.5 based on 5 ratings

Review Summary

1 Stars - 1 reviews
2 Stars - 0 reviews
3 Stars - 1 reviews
4 Stars - 1 reviews
5 Stars - 2 reviews

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4 out of 5 stars

August 18, 2023

Decent tire for rougher roads

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Compared to the Teravail Cannonball which I rode before, the Cinturato Gravel M has a bit more grip on gravel and the loose stuff, and a bit more rolling resistance. The difference is not as big as I expected though - I would say that the Cinturato looks more aggressive than it really is. The good - the compound is grippy, it went on pretty easily, and it's a decent all around tire. If you want to go mainly on paved roads and smooth gravel, it's probably a bit too rough. Conversely, if your primary target is singletrack, then you may want something with a bit more bite. No opinions on wet grip since I haven't tried it. The bad - it went on easily and popped on the rim right away, but it did not seal properly until I pumped it up to 80 psi and left it like that overnight. After that it was fine. I got the tan wall which looks cool, but it's a pretty dark brown compared to other tan wall tires. So if you want something with a light color that really "pops", this may not be for you.

aar105315641 a
3 out of 5 stars

June 12, 2023

Great Tread Pattern for rough terrain

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Size Bought:
42c
Height:
5' 10"
Weight:
190

I rode a set over the winter when I spend less time on Tarmac and more on Western North Carolina fire roads. The tread is excellent for rooty rocky terrain, zero complaints there. The 2-star deduction is for the sidewall tear I got on a gravel downhill section. Instant deflation of the front tire, heart in my throat moment. The tear was from a piece of gravel; it wasn't glass or metal or anything like that. I don't like having second thoughts descending at speed, so I switched to a different tire after that.

Steven M
5 out of 5 stars

November 2, 2021

Nice-looking, aggressive tire

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Size Bought:
40 mm
Height:
5' 11"
Weight:
180

UPDATE: Still loving this tire after a few thousand miles. Supremely confident on rougher gravel, at least in terms of durability. I am of course running them tubeless with sealant just in case but to my knowledge have not had even a tiny puncture even as the center knobs are starting to wear thinner. Still tend to air them up to 35 psi but at that pressure they are pretty hard/firm on gravel and could come down 5 psi. Easy to mount. I have swapped them back and forth several times between Zipp 303s (hookless) and Stans wheel sets (700c) without a problem. Original Review: This tire looks nice and is more aggressive than the average gravel tire. The side knobs are good for cornering on dirt but not so ideal for cornering on street. My intent for this tire is mainly off-road, for which I find <35psi to be best. When I have to take them on-road, 45psi+ feels pretty solid. In at least the 40mm width I do notice the extra rolling weight when trying to accelerate. These were very easy to mount and seat with a canister-type floor pump.

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abcp1015761 a
5 out of 5 stars

August 3, 2021

Sticky on Pavement & Dirt/Mud

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

UPDATE JUNE 27, 2021 (350 miles) -- am in love with this tire and count it among the very best all rounders I have ever ridden on any surface. these rank up there with my love for IRC Mythos and Panaracer Dart/Smoke from my MTB Racing days 35 years ago. they are just a capable, predictable, and just a very solid performer. with ZERO punctures! can be a bit slippery in rain and deep mud puddles, but this tire clings to chunky mud very well, and has not washed out in sand, even at high pressure. if only these came in a 50mm. May 2021 - got these in 700x45 for my Bombtrack Hook to be more road worthy but still maintain off road beast mode. having removed too large Vittoria Barzo's in 29 x 2.1, these skinny tires have a lot to live up to. while I did not traverse deep mud well, they sleighed gravel, dirt, and tall grass, while being among the stickiest on blacktop/pavement that I have ever ridden. by far these were the easiest tubeless set up I have ever attempted in 6 years being a rider of tubeless tires. I don't understand how anyone has issues getting these on rims. for me (57yo lady) they seated immediately to Shimano GRX wheels, got bathed in Stans by shaking tires parallel to floor, then aired up (at higher pressure at first to allow better seating and coverage - pro tip from a mech) and have held prefect alignment to rim. they will likely stretch a bit wider as they break in, but if not, the bike handles so much better with the more narrow width. the dark brown side wall looks exceptional in person, but not all bikes will be as handsome or match. will update once I have more miles and can speak to durability. both tires had seams visible on the sidewall through the casing but hoping that's how they're supposed to look. i would not hesitate to put these on any gravel or road bike with the clearance to try adventure rides.

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spychica
Backcountry.com

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com

1 out of 5 stars

July 23, 2021

Disappointment

Familiarity:
I returned this product before using it
Size Bought:
700 X 50c

I couldn't begin to get these tires on the rim. It's almost as if they were 650's marked as 700's. Couldn't even get the first bead around the wheel. The tire levers were ten inches apart and not going anywhere. I have Pirelli P Zero tires on my road bike and they fit fine. I wanted this tread for gravel and was truly disappointed when they wouldn't mount. And I paid for overnight shipping because one of the WTB tires that came with my bike was defective and blew before I got one mile down the road. Wound up with the Maxxis Rambler which is working out quite well. Easy to install and have taken quite a beating.

Peter C