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Ultra Sport (Folding)

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With low rolling resistance and plenty of color options the Ultra sport is a fast tire that's bound to turn heads on your next training ride.

  • Ideal for newcomers to road biking
  • 120 max. PSI
  • 700c x 23mm
  • All Black, Yellow/Black
  • Folding bead
  • 220g
 

Weight: 310 grams

 

Weight: 310 grams

 

Applications: Performance Road Riding, Training/Recreational, Indoor Trainer 

 

ISO (ETRTO) Size: 23-622 mm

 

Rec Pressure: 110 PSI

 

Max Pressure: 120 PSI

 

Made in: Taiwan 

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Good quality road bike tire for long distance rides and stylish too
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by tirebuyer
Cycling Enthusiast
Kirkland WA

Great design

Good quality

Excellent road grip

Thicker surface at contact points

Not difficult but not too easy to put on the first time

Reviewed 8/2/2014
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Good training tire
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by Ice2th
Utah

This is a good training tire. It adds noticeability to your ride. It's durable and nicely priced. I've gotten a few thorns in it during commute. But I have yet to find a economy tire that is 100% thorn proof.

Reviewed 7/28/2014
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Good all purpose tire
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Santa Cruz, Ca
2 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

I ride once a week on typical roads, 40-80 miles. These tires have great gripping, durability, no flats yet after 500 miles so a plus. I rated them low because they are suseptable to pitting from rocks and road debris, I have multiple pits right now and scratches from asfalt. I expect to only get 1000 miles from these before I question the durability but 100% better than the vittoria's I had previously. A note to make, I got the White tires, they match my bike so it is so easy to see condition and pitting since as they pit I see black where white should be. I may not have any more pitting than previous tires, its just a lot easier to see.

Reviewed 11/7/2013
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These tires aren't made in Germany, as listed.
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by Xenos
Cycling Enthusiast
E. Washington
0 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

Cheap tires, would be OK at a low price, but overpriced at [$] each. Tires I received (ordered 3)had 2 made in Taiwan, 1 made in Thailand.

Reviewed 3/11/2014
WesternBikeworks.com Comments

Hi,

Thanks for the review, and for pointing out the error in our product listing! We've corrected it now. If you have any further questions or comments, or if we can help you with a return, get in touch with us at [email protected]

Thanks,
Stacia

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Great wheels
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
0 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

So far so good no issues they hold out very well

Reviewed 1/20/2014
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Pleased for the price
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by Anonymous
Mission Viejo, CA
1 of 5 customers found this review helpful.

Converted my 20 year old Trek 8000 hard-tailrigid fork aluminum (very early) MTB to a road bike. Replaced V-Brakes with SRAM road calipers. Bike is white with blue labeling. Cables are white. Rims are white. Brake calipers are white. Bar tape blue. Tires blue. It works!

Reviewed 5/20/2013
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So far so good
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Houston
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

These came standard on my Motobecane. I've put about 600 miles on them with out a flat. I generally ride about about 16.5 miles an hour on pretty clean highways, but have hit a few bumps and glass along the way. And I keep the pressure at about 100 PSI. They feel a bit heavy, but otherwise no complaints. If I was buying new they look expensive.

Reviewed 5/17/2012
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Good tire for the price
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by Have2Ride
Cycling Enthusiast
Burbank, WA
5 of 7 customers found this review helpful.

The price was great and have logged over 1000 miles on these tires. I am impressed with how they held up, no cuts or holes, like some others I had that were more expensive. I ride on chip sealed roads and other roads that have debris on them. They have held up fine, I am buying some more

Reviewed 4/14/2010
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Great tire at an affordable price
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Prairieville, LA
8 of 10 customers found this review helpful.

I used Ultra Gatorskins, Ultra Race and Ultra Sports for the past 6 years and would recommend them to anyone. I've run these U sports up to 2200 miles without a single puncture. I've installed on many customers bikes that I do work on and they all are very satisfied with them. They hold up quite well and if you do have a tire ending accident then you're not out $45 - $60. Buy a set for under $50 and change them every 2000 miles.

I've had these tires up to 48 mph and through turns at 30 and they held like glue. Chip seal roads don't tear them up. I have them on 3 personal bikes with a total of 6500 miles and ZERO flats.

Highly recommended!

Reviewed 11/29/2009
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