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Terreno Zero 2C Clincher Tire

5 out of 5 stars
1 Review



Why We Like The Terreno Zero 2C Tire

The Vittoria Terreno Zero 2C Tire works well on paved surfaces and hard-packed gravel. It uses a smooth center tread for quick rolling, paired with a low-profile side tread that gives us good grip for cornering and braking. Please note that this option is not tubeless-ready, it is a clincher that should be used with tubes.


  • Mixed-surface tire for road and gravel cycling
  • Dual compound with graphene offers long-term durability
  • Available in 700 x 35mm or 700 x 38mm sizes
  • Item #VITC03R
2C Graphene
700 x 35c, 700 x 38c
clincher, not hookless compatible
Claimed Weight
[700 x 35c] 730g, [700 x 38c] 732g
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year
road cycling, gravel

Overall Rating

5 based on 1 ratings

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Fits True To Size

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5 out of 5 stars

August 26, 2023

Cannot Recommend These Tires Enough!

I've put it through the wringer

Bought a CX bike about 6 months ago & it had these tires on it (38c). Initially, I liked the tires, but I was considering buying something a bit narrower because most of my riding was going to be on paved roads and only a little bit of gravel. After putting about 1,500 miles on the bike, I can confidently say that I would repurchase these tires in a heartbeat! They’re so fast on pavement, I honestly don’t think going narrower would change much. They also have performed exceptionally well on gravel, and I even took them on a gravel century ride I did a few weeks ago and they were excellent! My girlfriend’s bike has terravail Washburns on it & they just aren’t quite the same. The narrower smooth section in the center of tire has considerably more resistance than the more generous smooth section on these. Also have been good in wet conditions. Truth is, most of the pavement here In Minneapolis kinda sucks, & I’d rather float over it on 38s than a 25c or even 30c any day. Bottom line- If you want a tire that can do it all and still be fast on tarmac, this is it.

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Alex A

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com