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VittoriaCorsa Control G2.0 Tire - Clincher

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Item # VIT005F

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Item # VIT005F
Description

Corsa Control G2.0 Tire

The Vittoria Corsa Control G2.0 Tire is made for riding and racing on greasy cobbles and rough roads, or in generally slick conditions. Compared to the standard Corsa, you'll see the addition of textured shoulder tread for improved grip on slippery surfaces, as well as increased tread thickness for better puncture resistance and durability. The 320 TPI Corespun-K casing ensures the tire feels supple though, smoothing out chattering chip-seal surfaces while remaining strong thanks to its Kevlar reinforcement.

Vittoria owns the only extruder in the world that allows for 4 compounds in a single tread, which it then fortifies with Graphene 2.0. This allows Vittoria to fine-tune the flex of the tread-base and tread-surface separately, placing the correct durometer Graphene 2.0 compound exactly where it's needed for maximum grip, rolling speed, cornering control, and wear life. Vittoria claims that Graphene 2.0 significantly reduces rolling resistance, while at the same time increasing abrasion-resistance, making this tire both faster and more resistant to flats than the previous generation of Corsa Control.

  • An ideal race tire for rough roads or slick conditions
  • Textured shoulder tread increases grip on slippery surfaces
  • Thicker tread improves puncture protection over standard Corsa
  • 4 compounds in the tread optimize grip, rolling speed, & wear life
  • Graphene 2.0 reduces rolling resistance while increasing durability
  • 320 TPI core-spun casing offers a smooth, supple ride
  • Available in black or classic gumwall colorways

Tech Specs
Compound4C Graphene 2.0
Size700c x 25mm, 700c x 28mm, 700c x 30mm
Typeclincher
CasingCorespun-K
Protectionthicker tread for increased puncture protection, breaker
TPI320
Beadfolding
Recommended Useroad cycling
Manufacturer Warranty1 year
Weight

Actual Weight

Black, 700x25mm
268g
9.45oz
Black, 700x30mm
279g
9.84oz
Gumwall/Black, 700x25mm
268g
9.45oz
Gumwall/Black, 700x28mm
278g
9.81oz
Gumwall/Black, 700x30mm
279g
9.84oz

Claimed Weight

Claimed weights are provided by the vendor.

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[700c x 25mm] 9.3oz (265g), [700c x 28mm] 9.9oz (280g), [700c x 30mm] 9.9oz
265g), [700c x 28mm] 9.9oz (280g), [700c x 30mm] 9.9oz (280g

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

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>Rating: 2

Wouldn’t recommend

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
700x30
Height
5` 11"
Weight
195 lbs

Was super excited about the tires. Living in Seattle, I need something solid and grippy for the wet winter. Unfortunately, these tires are way to thin and susceptible to flats. 6 flats in 2 months is just unacceptable. Time to get something new. Fortunately, backcountry is awesome and receptive to issues.

>Rating: 5

Bad first choice for a starter tire...

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
700x25C
Height
5` 11"
Weight
145 lbs

But a fantastic tire nonetheless. If you have a "competition" set of wheels (or any set of wheels you go vroom vroom in), this is an excellent choice. Just don't make the rookie mistake I made and use these tires on *all* of your wheel sets. In my defense, I had Black Inc 60s and 30s, but in reality, with the miles I was putting on both wheel sets, I could've used at least one set of tires meant for long distance rides. You wouldn't believe the things I got flats from, mostly little sharp pebbles that pierced through the extremely weak tread. I think in just 2.5k miles, I purchased well over ten tubes just to accommodate these tires (two sets, mind you). I gave up on trying to use latex after the first set, lol. Oh, and if anyone needs a suggestion on how to patch these tires up after a bad flat (one that cuts through the treads entirely, leaving a significant hole from the inside), I used clear wrap vinyl to cover most of the large holes produced from those pesky pebbles. And, as you put miles on it, it begins to meld quite well with the interior of the tire. Very light, too! Anyway, if you are patient with these tires, you'll certainly appreciate the quality and true improvement to your rides. Couple them with a set of latex tube, and boy, you'll feel like a pro min-maxing watt savings in no time. Now, if the roads you ride on are covered in debris and aforementioned small, sharp pebbles, or if flats infuriate you more than losing a KOM, look elsewhere :)

>Rating: 1

Worst tire I ever used!

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
700x28

I buy this tire two months ago since Im a big fan of Vittoria but I have two puncture the same day I use for the first time and a lot of cuts in the tires like it was a year with a tire is like a tire made of paper. I lost my money. Doesn’t recommend to anyone! I order again my old ones the Vittoria Rubino Pro Control.

I
>Rating: 2

Where do I start...?

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Size Bought
28

3 flats in the first 75 miles. Waaay too much slipping and skidding when accelerating or braking in wet conditions. Fitting them to the wheel is a little awkward. The tread picks up a lot of sand & grit. I complained about these on Strava, and 3 guys immediately shared similar disappointment with Vittoria tires. For what it's worth, they seem to ride really nicely -- on smooth, flat pavement when traveling in a straight line. I'll be relegating these to the indoor trainer and sticking with Michelin Power race compound tires. They have great ride quality and last a long time for racing tires.

that's a shame. I use mine on some pretty rough chip & seal and back country Amish roads and have yet to experience any flats.

>Rating: 5

Love it!!

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
700x28
Height
5` 9"
Weight
172 lbs

The tire feels soft which makes the ride smooth and quiet. It definitely had less rolling resistance than my Victorria Corsa clinhers (700x25). They also rolled from bead to bead easier and the bike handled much more responsive. Maybe a little too much. Is that a thing? The grip was really good. I took the bike through a roundabout at 30 plus mph and held the line nicely. I haven't had a puncture test yet and I'm hoping not to for a long time. The tire did feel more puncture resistant. I also hit a few pot holes just to see and of course the tire handled them nicely.

The
>Rating: 5

Great tire

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
700x28
Weight
225 lbs

When I first got these I ran them pretty low pressure (within the recommendation on the sidewalls). Found I got flats pretty frequently. never could determine if they were pinch flats or not. Raised pressure to 100psi out back and 85 in front. Rides like a dream now. Flats are slow let-downs rather than blowouts. Usually enough time to coast to the side of the road and repair. Sometimes able to pump up every few miles and ride home. Tires last about 1500-2000 miles. I rotate front to rear when replacing a tire. Ride 150 miles a week and weigh 225. Have had about ten sets of these. Pro tip, the gumwalls look racy and give you a clear visual indicator you might have a leak (buldging). I do wish the tubeless tires were also available in gumwall.

>Rating: 5

race tire

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Great set of tires. Purchased 2 sets to try out the tan wall look on my bike and save a set for when race season returns. Really smooth and fast ride but easily prone to cuts and puncture. Got about 400 miles on the first set before I started to see the rear tire get a little shredded, but no flat, from road debris (one ride specifically on a tough road caused multiple cuts). Definitely a great race tire, but not something ideal for training miles.

>Rating: 4

Great for Speed/Not for Puncture Resist

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I've had these for 7-months and love them except they're prone to punctures.

Yep, just had my 4th rear flat in about 1500 miles. Plenty of tread left though.