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VittoriaRubino Pro G2.0 Limited Edition Clincher Tire

Sale 50% OffCurrent price:$24.99 Original price:$49.99

Item # VITC03M

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Item # VITC03M
Description

Why We Like The Rubino Pro G2.0 Limited Edition Tire - Clincher

Vittoria is known for its Italian-made tires that are catered to decisive riders and racers. No matter if it's training, long-distance days, or racing, Vittoria has a tire versatile enough to be what you need. With the Rubino Pro G2.0 Limited Edition Tire, graphene is used to offer outstanding performance for this all-around road tire. It's one that's suited just as well for high-intensity training as it is for sprinting to the front of the pack in a race. We like the versatility and longevity of the Rubino Pro G2.0 Limited Edition Tire thanks to a long-lasting tread and 3C compound with graphene.

  • A durable tire that's versatile enough for training and racing
  • 3C and Graphene 2.0 compound is long-lasting and durable
  • 150TPI nylon casing stands up against punctures and flats
  • Long-lasting tread is tough and up for anything
  • All-around road tire that's perfect for racing to daily riding
  • Folding, non-tubeless version maintains light weight

Tech Specs
Compound3C Graphene 2.0
Typeclincher
Casingnylon
TPI150
Beadfoldable
Recommended Useroad cycling
Manufacturer Warranty1 year
Weight

Actual Weight

Gumwall, 700x25mm
242g
8.54oz
Gumwall, 700x28mm
293g
10.34oz

Claimed Weight

Claimed weights are provided by the vendor.

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250g

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

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What do you think about this product?

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>Rating: 5

28mm and 25mm widths

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
25 & 28mm
Height
5` 10"
Weight
145 lbs

Was looking for an inexpensive natural sidewall tire...these were $24.99. Read a review that said they run narrow...so bought 25mm. Put on my 23mm wide (outside dimension) rims, and they inflated to 29mm - pretty fat, but fit great in my 2017 Fuji SL Elite. Ride great, and took them up and down Sassafras Mountain (SC) and over to Brevard (NC) via See Off Mtn & Becky Mtn Roads. Be sure to not overinflate, as with a lot of volume effective pressure at the rim wall is very high even at 90 psi! Liked them so much, wanted a less wide pair for an older "tight clearance" frame (2007 BLUE RC7) - a snug fit as the 25mm inflated to 26mm on 24mm wide rims (outside width). So ordered 2 more sets of 25mm (figure can't mix-and-match and keep a cool look like you can with all black tires...at this price, might as well keep some on hand). May stick the 28's on my 1985 Bianchi Trofeo as it has lots of clearance. Rode the 25mm on the local race pace group ride and no problems. My high end tires are 320 tpi, but at 150 tpi these are still a nice ride (remember that a lot of high end tires are at this or below...127 tpi being a common thread count). I am an old dude (over 60) and have ridden a lot of different bikes and tires and wheel combos...so am pretty happy with the price and performance of this tire...though I have only been riding them for about a month (the 28's) and have only 4 rides of about a total of 200 miles on the 25's.

>Rating: 5

Vittoria Rubino Pro Limited Edition

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
700x25mm
Height
5` 11"
Weight
160 lbs

I have used the all black versions of this tire (700x25mm) for several years and found them to be very durable. I typically get a year's worth of road miles, about 6,000, per set. The skin wall limited edition Rubino Pro tires are no different, and I really like their classic looks for my vintage steel road bike.

>Rating: 2

Bad set of tires?

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
700 x 28
Height
5` 8"
Weight
200 lbs

I purchased my 5th pair of vittoria rubino pros, since they have been a very good reliable dependable tire. However this last set I purchased was the worst tire I have had. In 31 days I had 5 flats. I had to restock my tube inventory. I hadn't had a flat in months with my old set of rubinos. With the new set I had a flat the second ride with them installed. Then I had a simultaneous front and back flat at the same time. Then I had a rear flat 2 times on 1 ride. I checked the tires for anything that might be stuck like glass or something. Nothing. So not sure if just this set was bad. I installed an old pair of gp 5000s I had sitting here. No flats so far. So it's not the rim tape or the wheel.

The casings on these are rock solid, but the bead is very tight/rigid. I regularly puncture at least one tube getting a pair of these on. I’m guessing, but not accusing, that you may be pinching or otherwise compromising your tubes during the install resulting in flats during your ride.