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Tufo
Flexus Dry Plus Tubular Cyclocross Tire

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Tufo now offers three tread patterns in the Flexus line, Primus, Cubus, and Dry Plus. The Flexus Dry plus features a diamond tread patterns that offers grip with a lower rolling resistance.

  • Silica plus VP Si 363 tread compound is shock dampening
  • Diamond pattern with shoulder knobs increases traction on tight corners
  • 210 TPI casing is fast rolling
  • 700 x 32mm (335 grams; 32-622 ISO)
  • 700 x 34mm (347 grams; 34-622 ISO)
  • Gray or Maroon tread with Black sidewall
 

Max Pressure: 65 psi

 

Applications: Cyclocross 

 

Made in: Czech Republic 

Black/Black - 700 x 32mm

Weight: 340 grams

Gray/Black - 700 x 32mm

Weight: 335 grams

ISO (ETRTO) Size: 32-622 

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Great feel , but fragile .
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by T. White
Competitive Racer
Helena , MT.
4 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

Probably the nicest feeling tires I've ever ridden on both pavement and dirt roads. I use them when riding the backdirt roads in the mountains of Montana . The only problem I've had is with durability on dirt , in which case I've had 3 flat tires within the first week of use . Being 15-20 miles into the mountains of Montana is not where I want to have any problems . It's a bit of a dilemma , because they are such nice riding tire , but not knowing if they'll hold - up makes me question whether to use them when I know I'll be in the backcountry . Any suggestions ?

Reviewed 7/26/2012
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