Pirelli Introduces New Cross-Specific Treads to the Off-Road Drop Bar Category
The Pirelli Cinturato Cross H (hard terrain) is a 700x33c cyclocross-specific tire designed for tighter, drier terrain where hardpacked and paved surfaces feature prominently. The tread features a more aggressive pattern than their gravel H line with a tight center section for rolling efficiency over hard surfaces while ample shoulder lugs keep it locked down in the corners.
The properties of the new SpeedGRIP Compound are tailored for all conditions, rain or shine. The new SpeedGRIP Compound shares DNA with Pirelli's fast-rolling mountain bike line.
Coupling a reinforced woven fabric layer with a tubeless-ready Aramid bead optimized for wide modern rims, Cinturato Cross H tires offer an extremely high level of puncture protection, aggressive
- 127 TPI
- SpeedGRIP compound
- Bead-to-bead nylon fabric anti-puncture technology
- Tubeless Ready
- 33mm size meets UCI max requirements
- Weight: 380g
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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%.
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