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VittoriaRubino Pro Endurance G2.0 Tire - Clincher

Sale 36% OffCurrent price:$28.99 Original price:$44.99

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Rubino Pro Endurance G2.0 Tire

When conditions are extreme, Vittoria's Rubino Pro Engurance G2.0 Clincher Tire is built to keep you rolling with confidence. It features intensely tough flat protection across the sidewalls and center treat, and an aggressive tread pattern built for variable conditions. It utilizes the revolutionary Graphene compound, a carbon-based material with variable properties that change depending on the load being applied to the tread — this means when you're rolling straight, the center tread hardens for quick-rolling speed, and upon cornering the tread softens for intense grip. Built to last over long winter training miles and inclement early season races, this tire features exceptional all-weather grip, will handle sub-freezing temperatures with ease, and rolls fast over the toughest roads.

Vittoria constructs the Rubino Pro Endurance with a triple compound designed to provide a balance of durability, flat protection, fast rolling speed, and solid cornering grip in both dry and wet conditions. This newest iteration switches things up from the G+ Isotech we saw used before, and gets a little more specific and deliberate with its Graphene placement, creating the all new G2.0 compound. G2.0 starts with the same carbon-graphite base as the G+, but is a bit more strategic about its placement, instead of adding it to the entire batch of rubber. This means that it can be targeted to boost grip in the corners, and reduce rolling resistance, without adding more than there needs to be and increasing weight and bulk. The results? A tire that is fast and supple regardless of weather and will conquer the roughest of roads with the smoothness of a racing tire and the durability of a training tire.

  • Vittoria's favorite endurance tire just got techier
  • G2.0 targets graphene placement for improved performance
  • Graphene hardens on smooth, flat surfaces, reducing rolling resistance
  • Elevate cornering grip with Graphene's dynamic properties
  • Tread pattern is designed to boost control in variable conditions
  • Puncture-resistant design helps to keep flats at bay
  • 3 compounds in tread increase wear life and performance

Tech Specs
Compound3C Graphene 2.0
Size700c x 23mm, 700c x 25mm, 700c x 28mm
Protectionbreaker, extra anti-puncture layer
Recommended Useroad cycling
Manufacturer Warranty1 year

Actual Weight

Black, 700x23mm

Claimed Weight

Claimed weights are provided by the vendor.

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[700c x 23mm] 365g, [700c x 25mm] 390g, [700c x 28mm] 470g

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

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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 4

Quick Note Regarding Mounting

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Runs small

I read all the reviews about how difficult these were to mount and was a bit nervous. I'm going to guess my training wheelset is a bit on the large size of spec as literally every set of tires is a royal pain to get mounted. These were no different. Pulled them till about 5-6" of the bead needed to be set and they just didn't want to roll onto the rim. I then ignored them in this state overnight. Next day I came back and that last little bit was suddenly not quite that much of a pain in the ass to pull onto the rim. Not sure if something about them being flat-folded with no C-shape has to do with it or what. Have zero miles on these other than that so no clue how they perform outside of that. Will update in the future!

>Rating: 3

Could not mount it

I returned this product before using it

I have rarely had a problem like this. The last time I had an issue like it was with Conti Gatorskins. That time I broke two tire levers trying to mount them, but ever since, I have used a bead-jack and have succeeded with all kinds of tires. Not with these. I ordered the 28mm ones. I must add that I use HED Belgium + rims and those have tended to make some tire installations harder. It is too bad as I was looking forward to using these.

I have the same problem, cannot mount these tires on my Reynolds Solitude wheels. Bummer.

>Rating: 5

Seemingly indestructible

I've put it through the wringer

I bought two of these in a 28mm clincher on the recommendation of a Gear Head after I told her I was looking to turn my winter bike into a "gravel bike light". Man she was right. No noticeable issues with mounting so nothing else to say about that. The tires perform exceptionally well on wet and dry pavement, sandy pavement, and wet or dry gravel roads. No, they don't roll as fast as a set of Conti 5000's or absorb shocks like a 40mm Schwalbe Tubeless. But for the purpose of giving your road bike a the ability to get outside its normal comfort zone with confidence these tires have been fantastic. I have run them down to 30 degrees F. and they were still grippy and flawless. In the approximately 600 miles of chip-seal, gritty New England winter roads and gravel roads that I have run these on I have not had a single flat nor can I find a blemish in the outer casing of either tire. I have found that 68psi front/ 72psi rear works well for me as a 175 pound rider delivering a nice mix of comfort and performance with no pinch flats. If I had to find a fault with these tires it would be their weight. The table on this website is incorrect (how could the 28mm weigh significantly LESS than the 25mm and 23mm?) One of my 28mm weighed in at approximately 430 grams. Does that heavy weight matter to me for the type of riding I am using these for and for the performance they have delivered? Not at all. If you are looking for a great set of "work boots" for your road bike then these are the right tires for you.


i'm curious how these handle gravel and hard-pack/off-road conditions...? would love to hear some feedback from those with hands on experience.

Hey Luke. I have been running these in a 28mm for a few hundred miles of an even mix sandy New England winter roads and gravel roads. I have put them through their paces and encountered some pretty sharp nasty gravel, mud and even a little single track. Not a single flat. Not a nick in the outer casing of either tire. Full review to come