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SpecializedPathfinder Pro 2Bliss Tire

$50.00

Item # SCQ00C0

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Item # SCQ00C0
Description

Pathfinder Pro 2Bliss Tire

Gravel riding is one of the fastest-growing segments of cycling. The sense of adventure, conquering new challenges, and simply experiencing a new style of riding appeals to a broad range of riders. The Pathfinder delivers the versatility that these adventure-laden rides deserve—fast rolling, lots of grip, and a whole lot of fun.

  • Take to the dirt with Specialized's go-to gravel tire
  • GRIPTON rubber compound is grippy and rolls fast
  • Tread pattern grips confidently on hardpack, medium, and loose roads
  • 120 TPI casing offers a supple ride without sacrificing durability
  • Endurant casing and BlackBelt protection layer resist flatting

Tech Specs
CompoundGRIPTON
Size700 x 38mm, 700 x 42mm
Typetubeless-ready
CasingEndurant
ProtectionBlackBelt
TPI120
Beadfolding
Recommended Usegravel
Manufacturer Warranty2 years
Weight

Actual Weight

Black, 700 x 38mm
485g
17.11oz
Black/Transparent, 700 x 38mm
n/a
n/a
Black/Transparent, 700 x 42mm
n/a
n/a

Claimed Weight

Claimed weights are provided by the vendor.

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[700 x 38mm] 480g, [700 x 42mm] 540g

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>Rating: 4

Great tire for road and light gravel

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Using these tires as my primary road/gravel tire while I wait for a second wheelset. Being primarily a roadie, I love the compound and slick design of the center rubber. These really can act like road tires in a straight line. In hard, road turns the tire does lose some composure with the tread pattern, but it's not enough to disrupt the fun. Off-road, this tire excels on tame/moderate hardpack and open gravel roads, but I'm still learning how they behave in summer-baked, single-track descents with a top-coat of fine, loose gravel. The traction doesn't inspire confidence, but I haven't tried PSI changes yet to find more grip. Setting up was challenging on Zipp 303 Firecrest, but I found that putting the tire beads in the center of the rim bed and using a C02 canister worked to inflate properly. I purchased the 38mm version, and while I haven't measured perfectly, my eye-ball with a tape measure efforts recorded 37-38mm.

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