The Most Supple Tubeless Road Tires On The Market
The Challenge Strada Pro tires are inspired by the dusty cobbles of the Paris-Roubaix and the uneven streets of Italy where they are made. The Strada is undoubtedly the best option for riders who may not know what the road ahead looks like. With their supple tire casing and tubeless technology, you can bust through the worst roads with confidence while still maintaining high speeds on the tarmac.
The Strada Pro TLR is Challenge's go-to tire for long days on the road. This all-condition tire combines a round profile (that takes the sting out of rough pavement) with a strong construction that provides maximum control and low rolling resistance.
This tire takes tubeless to a higher level by combining TLR's properties with a handmade construction for ultimate traction and ride quality.
This tire includes PPS, a Puncture Protection System placed between the tread and casing to increase resistance to punctures. And puncture protection is enhanced when combined with the appropriate tubeless sealant.
- 300 TPI SuperPoly casing
- Puncture Protection System (PPS)
- Polyester casing is lightweight, supple, and durable
- Herringbone tread pattern for added grip
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Road feel unmatched
Lake Tahoe, CA
Seriously awesome tires.
After 3000 mi I can confidently say these are among the best tires I have used. I have tried just about every brand out there and the road feel of these is beyond anything else. I am running the 27mm version tubeless. They are difficult to mount and required 2 levers but such is the case with many tubeless tires. Mounting was about on par with conti.
I also raced these tires on quite long rough gravel sections and abyssmal pavement at an unforgiving pace and they held up flawlessly. I have many long technical descents where I live and they have loads of cornering stability and grip and performed well in the wet, although I'll admit this is an area I am not fond of testing where the limits are.
Overall I can confidently say they are worth a shot if you are on the fence about these. I bought 3 pairs as backup and don't plan on switching any time soon. Plus the tan walls look badass on my bike.
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