Viva LAS Velocity
The Donnelly LAS Tubeless Cyclocross Tire is your choice for a low-profile, high speed CX tire. The diamond-file tread at the tire center offers extremely low rolling resistance for flat-out efforts. However, the tread grows larger as it moves outside to the race-proven PDX side knobs for incredible grip in corners.
LAS is the airport code for Las Vegas, Nevada, the original home of the world-famous Cross Vegas cyclocross race. This mostly grass course required the fastest tire a racer could use and the LAS delivered. Far from the Mojave Desert sands though, this is also the go-to for snowy, rutted, icy cyclocross courses conditions when you need as much surface contact as possible to keep your tires planted.
- Diamond file tread pattern for low rolling resistance
- Side knobs offer superior cornering
- Soft rubber compound provides extra grip and shock absorption
- Precision design creates a straight tire with no variances in size or alignment
- Tubeless Ready
- 700 x 33 (33-622)
- 120 TPI
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The product weight specified is an approximate weight based on the manufacturer's specifications (if available) or our measurement of one or two examples. For most products, the weight will typically vary by 5% to 10%.
Weight: 464 grams
Mfg PartNum: D10025
Wheel Size: 700C/29" (ISO 622)
Tire Width: 33mm (1.3in)
Tire Type: Tubeless Ready
Threads Per Inch: 120
Best tubeless tire ever, I think.
I've used a lot of tubeless road, gravel, and MTB tires, but never have I had this stellar an experience with one.
This tire fit so beautifully on the rim. It was the average effort to get it on the rim compared to the other tubeless road and gravel tires I've used, but it got much better from there. When I inflated it, the bead popped right into the rim and it instantly held air, no leaking, without using any sealant. Ive never experienced that and I was stunned. It didn't lose any pressure, at all after sitting. I did deflate it and add sealant before riding it.
On the road it initially made a bit of noise, but that went away after a couple miles.
Traction on the road, wet or dry, and on dry dirt has been good, and it feels fast.
Thank you Donnelly! A new higher bar has been set, for me
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