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Strada Bianca TLR Tire

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The Strada Bianca TLR Tire from Challenge is tubeless ready and efficient, at home on gravel and dirt roads with its larger volume tire which provides compliance on rough and bumpy roads.

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Weight: 355 grams

 

Weight: 355 grams

700 x 30mm - Tan Sidewall

Mfg PartNum: 00555 

700 x 36mm - Brown Sidewall

Mfg PartNum: 02089 

700 x 36mm - Black

Mfg PartNum: 02084 

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supple and handles well but can be hard to set up!
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by KP
Competitive Racer
Maine

really fast, really smooth. But setting up onto my particular rims was HARD.

Like breaking tire levers hard.

Once on, they lasted well and ride really nice.

NOTE : being handmade, mine were NOT perfectly round. Only noticed 1x when I was on rollers

Reviewed 9/11/2020
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Love em!
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Princeton, NJ
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Nice a grippy, supple, and work well as tubeless. Also, the tan sidewall looks slick. I'd buy again!

Reviewed 5/21/2020
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heavier than claimed weight
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by Anonymous
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

List weight was 355grams. I ordered two and the both weighed in at over 420grams which is not a competitive weight for this class of tire at this price. The gravelking tire in 38mm is lighter and cheaper.

Reviewed 2/12/2020
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Excellent tire for pavement and well maintained dirt roads.
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by FlashBazbo
Competitive Racer
Middle Tennessee
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

These are excellent tires for paved and manicured dirt roads. They roll smooth and, for their size, reasonably fast. They mount easily on UST wheels and seep air at a rate of 5 or 10 psi per day with sealant. One caution Although they mount up true to size, over the span of a couple weeks, the width will grow about 10%. My 36mm tires are now a little over 40mm wide. Fortunately, Ive got room for them.

Reviewed 8/14/2019
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Excellent for paved, rough, gravel, and dirt roads. Fast and versatile.
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by FlashBazbo
Competitive Racer
Middle Tennessee
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I have over 800 miles on a set of these (tubeless), including a century that included good pavement, ultra-rough pavement, and civilized gravel. These tires are fast, ride smooth, and stand up to abuse. I weigh 180 pounds and I keep the tires inflated to about 50 psi tubeless. I regularly ride with roadies and I don't find these tires slow me down enough to matter. At the same time, on sketchy surfaces, these tires provide excellent traction and handling. Very confidence inspiring. In fact, I've never had these threaten to slide out - even in monsoon rain conditions. I will be a repeat customer. You may ask, What do you NOT like about these tires? Well . . . even though they mount up easily, they seep air over time. They've never seeped any sealant, but they lose about 7 to 10 psi in 24 hours. So, I almost always air them up before a ride. Also, the jury is still out on durability. At 800 miles, the tread texture has worn away from the center of the rear tire. The texture on the front is still fully intact. Probably not a big deal, but I doubt the rear will last a full 7200-mile season. We will see.

Reviewed 6/21/2019
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Excellent for paved, rough, gravel, and dirt roads - but . . .
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by FlashBazbo
Competitive Racer
Middle Tennessee
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I like the Strada Bianca. It's the tire I use on my gravel bike when I plan to be on paved roads, but want to be ready for anything. It's the definition of the allroad tire. Not really for unmaintained roads or MTB trails. It's for civilized dirt, gravel, and pavement. Smooth ride even on rough chipseal. And it doesn't surrender much speed on smooth pavement. Excellent all-around tire. BUT . . . why not 5 stars? I have these tires set up on a set of Mavic Allroad Pro UST disc wheels. They set up easily enough but, no matter what I do or how many times I slosh the sealant into every nook and cranny, they seep air. Not enough seepage to be a problem on all-day rides, but I definitely have to air them up before every ride. They lose about 20 pounds of air pressure over 24 hours. (This is using Orange Seal sealant.) Otherwise, these tires are just about perfect for a huge variety of surfaces.

Reviewed 5/31/2019
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For paved and maintained dirt roads, this is the tire!
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by FlashBazbo
Competitive Racer
Middle Tennessee
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

For paved, broken pavement, chipseal, and maintained dirt roads - all road riding - it is hard to beat the Strada Bianca tubeless. It provides excellent traction, gives a comfy ride, and rolls fast. With these tires mounted, I can easily keep up with roadie group rides moving at an endurance and even a tempo pace. Is it as fast as my road racing bike mounting 25mm slicks? No. But it's incredibly close. Unless I'm out to get a road Strava segment or to mix it up with the hammerheads, this is the tire I use . . . yes, even on roadie group rides. When the pavement gets a little rough, my fellow riders may complain, but I don't notice the difference. These tires soak up the rumble on rough surfaces. (For reference, I weigh about 178 and I inflate the tires to about 50-55 psi. I feel as if I could get away with up to 10 psi less than that.)

What they are not These tires are not suitable for open range gravel racing. No knobbies. Not very wide. Strada Biancas are at their best on firm surfaces. For gravel racing, Challenge's Gravel Grinder is a vastly better choice.

Reviewed 5/13/2019
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