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Roubaix Pro 2Bliss Tire

3 out of 5 stars
1 Review



Roubaix Pro 2Bliss Tire

Miles of open road stretch before you, and the day is yours—just the way you like it. Beneath you rolls the Roubaix Pro 2Bliss Tire, built for long rides, blue skies, and fresh air. It can get going just as fast as any competitive road tire, but this one features Specialized's unique Endurant casing with bead-to-bead puncture protection and increased sidewall stability. This means you can travel longer stretches without worry, and the casing smooths your ride so you can keep your energy up. Responsive tread and the pinch-flat protection of a tubeless setup bring it all together, helping you corner each turn with confidence.


  • An endurance road tire that can handle rough patches
  • Puncture-resistant casing prevents flats and repairs
  • 120 TPI balances durability with lightweight, supple response
  • Durable compound holds traction in both dry and wet conditions
  • Butyl wrapped bead makes them tubeless ready
  • Item #SCQ00C6
700 x 32mm
45 - 90
foldable, butyl-wrapped
Claimed Weight
13.2oz (375g)
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

Overall Rating

3 based on 1 ratings

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3 out of 5 stars

May 21, 2023

Decent tire. Rolls good. Loses air fast.

I've used it several times

It is a good tire. Very easy to mount tubeless. Rolls pretty good and smooth. The only issue as many noted is that it loses air pretty quickly. I need to pump it up before every ride. Not an issue if you run tubes but for tubeless setup have a pump handy on long rides.

Pavel L

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com