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PirelliP Zero Race Tubeless Tire

$79.90 - $84.90

Item # PIR1WUE

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  • Black, 700x26c ($79.90)
  • Black, 700x28c ($79.90)
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Item # PIR1WUE

Why We Like The P Zero Race Tire

The P Zero Race Tire allows us to reach peak performance in all conditions. Whether we're bombing descents in drizzly weather or tackling a tough climb under the hot sun, this tire will get us to our endpoint with speed and purpose.

  • A tire designed to allow every cyclist to excel and perform
  • All of the benefits of tubeless tech in a race-ready all-rounder
  • Fastest road tire in the Pirelli cycling range for excellent speed
  • A slick tread pattern for solid rolling efficiency
  • Its light weight keeps up top speeds

Tech Specs
Size700c x 24mm, 700c x 26mm, 700c x 28mm, 700c x 30mm
Activityroad cycling

Actual Weight

Black, 700x26c
Black, 700x28c
Classic Para, 700x26

Claimed Weight

Claimed weights are provided by the vendor.

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[700c x 24mm] 8.6oz (245g), [700c x 26mm] 9.5oz (270g), [700c x 28mm] 10.4oz (295g), [700c x 30mm] 11.3oz
245g), [700c x 26mm] 9.5oz (270g), [700c x 28mm] 10.4oz (295g), [700c x 30mm] 11.3oz (320g

Actual weights are measured in-house by the Competitive Cyclist team.

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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Outstanding tires

I've put it through the wringer
True to size
Size Bought
6` 2"
170 lbs

I was told to expect around 1000 miles out of the S-Works Turbo Rapid Air tires that I started with. If you look at the review of those tires, you’ll see a picture of one customer that had blistering after a short time. Same here. Went with these P Zero tires and have nothing but praise for them. Set them on the dash of my car for twenty minutes to warm them up and they slipped right on the rim without using any levers. I prefer Stans Race, so I didn’t have to worry about (1) trying to get it through the stem, or, (2) making a puddle around my feet. Running fifteen pounds (front) and ten pounds (rear) below the pressure on the label makes for a very comfortable ride. Twenty mph corners are very sure and stable. After changing out of the Specialized, I ran the rest of the entire outdoor season on one set (2500 miles). Looking at them, there’s still more life, but I’ll probably start out fresh in the spring and see how long they go. I got one massive goat head in there and when I pulled it out the air started to escape. Turned the tire over and in seconds the Stans stopped it. Lost 8 pounds. Would have been less if I hadn’t hesitated. FWIW, at 90 lbs, the 26c measures 27.124 OD

>Rating: 5

Best of the Best

I've put it through the wringer
True to size
Size Bought
5` 7"
182 lbs

No question, these are hands-down the best tubules road tires. I've ridden Continental 5000 TL and Specialized RapidAir. Those two are excellent on their own, very good choices. But Pirelli stands out: - very low rolling resistance. Immediately noticeable. - consistent cornering: unlike the Conti that force you to corner sharply, or Specialized that lose their cornering after only a few hundred miles. - superb road holding (left and right over bumps) and road handling (descending, cornering) - so far, amazing wear: I still have 25% to 30% tread after 1,500 miles. I would have been thrilled if they made it to 1,000. They exceed my expectations. - they hold the air better than other tubules tires. In fact, for the first few weeks, I was riding without sealant. They lose little to no air even after a few days of sitting idle. - relatively easy to mount on my difficult Campi Eurus rims. That's a bonus. Haven't tried removing them yet. Downside? Only one so far: - the PSI recommendations are 90 PSI for my weight. But that's a very hard ride. I've dropped them to 80 to make them more comfortable with some loss of stability in the corners. Hope this helps.