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VittoriaRubino Pro G2.0 Tire - Tubeless

Sale 20% OffCurrent price:$44.79 Original price:$55.99

Item # VIT005L

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Item # VIT005L

Rubino Pro G2.0 Tire

We've coveted Vittoria's Rubino tire line for its base-mile longevity and versatility for some time, and this year's Rubino Pro G2.0 Tire continues to hold true to our asks when it comes to a training tire that can transcend to race days. It builds from the standard Rubino platform, utilizing the 3C Graphene compound we covet for its long lifespan, puncture protection, and sharp handling, but strays away to offer a foldable bead that sheds grams. A tubeless-ready casing allows you to extend the Rubino's flat resistance a step further than its predecessor, but can be run with an inner tube if you're not of the tubeless-persuasion.

The Rubino Pro G2.0 Tubeless tire features a technical tread pattern for stability across a wide variety of road conditions including surprise gravel adventures when your favorite country road is unexpectedly graded in the middle of summer. Vittoria’s nylon anti-puncture belt adds peace of mind while fending off flats, and the ride quality afforded by the 150 TPI nylon casing will smooth out decaying tarmac and the occasional rumble strip.

  • A base-mile tire for all conditions
  • Graphene compound reduces rolling resistance
  • Improve mileage thanks to 3C compound construction
  • Subtle tread pattern clears water for planted traction
  • 150 TPI nylon casing offers a supple ride and durability

Tech Specs
Compound3C Graphene 2.0
Size700c x 25mm, 700c x 28mm, 700c x 30mm
Recommended Useroad cycling
Manufacturer Warranty1 year

Actual Weight

Black, 700x25mm
Black, 700x28mm
Black, 700x30mm

Claimed Weight

Claimed weights are provided by the vendor.

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[700c x 25mm] 250g, [700c x 28mm] 270g, [700c x 30mm] 330g

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

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    What do you think about this product?


    >Rating: 5

    My favorite So Far

    I've used it several times
    Runs small
    Size Bought
    153 lbs

    Been running tubeless for 4 years, on Giant SLR rims with 17mm internal width. I like these Vittorias better than the Giant Gavias that came with the bike, and better than the Hutchinson Sector 28s I mounted after I wore out the Giants. Why? 1: mounted easily without needing levers. 2: Sealed quickly with a little boost from the compressor. 3: Immediately held pressure overnight. 4: Riding them feels fast and smooth. One caution: these tires run narrower than the labeled size. 25mm measured just under 23, so I returned them and ordered 28s, which measure about 27. Only 150 miles so far, so I can't speak to durability. I have the same question as Giorgio regarding pressure. I find they work well at 65 - 70. Can't seem to get an answer to why the manufacturers all specify an unrealistically high minimum pressure.


    Will these work on Mavic UST wheels?

    >Rating: 5

    Skeptical but sold

    I've put it through the wringer

    I was a road tubeless skeptic. These were my first set of tubeless tires. I thought I would have issues with them but I have been pleasantly surprised. Set up was actually quite easy. They are easy to mount with levers. Set them up with stans. The only problem I encountered was they would loose pressure overnight. This was solved after adding more stans. They seem to have marinated now and hold pressure like a normal tire. They measured small at first 28mm measuring at about 26.5 on a 25mm wide rim but now they measure dead on 28mm. I bought these as a training/ winter tire. They are perfect for the riding I do. There's random gravel and rocks all over the roads where I live. It slashes tires easily. Conti 4000s don't stand a chance. These tires have held up great. There's been time I hit sharp rocks hard expecting a big old slash but nothing, not even a mark. Running lower pressure is also great for the Chip Seal around here. It smooths things out like a nice road would be. I think they sacrifice some speed at the lower pressures but they defiantly ride great. I've also tested these off road and they perform stellar. Great all around tire. I've got 1000 miles on them and hardly a sign of wear.

    Hey Eric, I have the same tires set on Fulcrum Carbon Zero wheels and observed the same facts you describe, initial loss of pressure overnight and smaller diameter than nominal (26.5mm). My question to you is: at what pressure do you run them? I'm asking because on the older wheels, Fulcrum Racing 7 that I ran with tubes, I had the Zaffiro Pro, same size (700 x 28), but on the tire there's a lower pressure range, 60min/90max, than in the Rubino Pro TLR, 87min/115max. On the tubeless I can't run the same lower pressure as on the Zaffiro Pro, thus losing the comfort. Am I missing something?

    I ordered 2 of these. Had them installed at LBS with Peaty’s sealant. Tires lose a lot of lbs. per night, but hold air for a day of riding. Front tire has its slashes but no sealant came out. Rear tire has been a problem. Picked up a staple, couldn’t get it fully sealed. It’s a tiny hole. I also got some slashes but no sealant was needed, got another smaller than a pin sized hole and sealant never stopped it as it should. Removed, remounted, Cleaned tire with soap and can see many super small air holes around the tire bubbling up. Is this normal with tires without sealant? Seems like manufacturing issue to me.