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Veloflex Corsa EVO TLR 700c Road Tire Veloflex Corsa EVO TLR 700c Road Tire
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Corsa EVO TLR 700c Road Tire

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Artisan Craftsmanship Meets Contemporary Tire Tech

Designed for high standards of performance during racing and training, the Veloflex Corsa EVO TLR 700c Road Tire is a Tubeless Ready clincher tire that meets the needs of both serious and amateur cyclists who want to achieve the greatest results.

This clincher tire is handmade in Italy with a very soft 320 TPI (Threads Per Inch) Corespun casing; its innovative compound provides exceptional grip and very low rolling resistance.

Features:

  • Handmade in Italy
  • Use: Racing, Training
  • 320 TPI Corespun Tubeless Ready Air-Lock Casing
  • Beds: Zylon® inextensible yarn
  • Protection Belt: RKB (Resilient Kinetic Belt)
  • Sidewall protection: SPS - Sidewall Protection System (New for 2020!)
  • Casing: Compressed Pes/Co corespun
  • Rubber tread: Natural rubber and silica exclusive compound
  • Available in both Black and Gum Sidewall.
  • Sizes: 700 x 25mm and 28mm widths
  • Weight: 700 x 25c - 235 gr. / 700 x28c - 265 gr.

B-Stock - This product has one or more B-Stock units available. These units can be purchased at a discount (see option select). B-Stock units were returned from other customers and may have missing or damaged packaging materials. These units are otherwise as new. The full manufacturer warranty applies. Click Here for more information.

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%.

 

Wheel Size: 700C/29" (ISO 622) 

 

Tire Type: Tubeless Ready 

 

Threads Per Inch: 320 

700 x 25mm - Black

Weight: 230 grams

Tire Width: 25mm (1.0in) 

Mfg PartNum: TE25B 

700 x 28mm - Black

Weight: 265 grams

Mfg PartNum: TE28B 

Tire Width: 28mm (1.1in) 

700 x 25mm - Gum wall

Weight: 230 grams

Tire Width: 25mm (1.0in) 

Mfg PartNum: TE25G 

700 x 28mm - Gum wall

Weight: 265 grams

Mfg PartNum: TE28G 

Tire Width: 28mm (1.1in) 

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Tan wall tubeless road tires - hallelujah!
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by Nick Hu
Competitive Racer
Pasadena, CA
0 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Why are there virtually no tan wall tubeless tires? Well if you want that look then Veloflex have your back. These tires have the "pro" tan wall look (and look amazing on my all black bike), puncture resistance appears good so far, they are light, supple, ride well and appear to be wearing well too. They also fitted my Zipp 303's easily and sealed straight away. However, I switched the tires over to another set of wheels (Hunt 4050's) after a couple of months and they had stretched noticeably. Hunts are know to be a tight fit (although I've never had an issue) but these were soooo loose when I transferred them. I got them to seal eventually with extra layers of rim tape. Also, they are close but they don't roll as well as Conti GP5000TL. All in all I am happy, because of the tan side walls, but the amount of stretch in the bead was alarming. If tan walls aren't your thing then get Contis (if your rims aren't hookless and they are in stock), they are better, but these are a nice aesthetically pleasing alternative.

Reviewed 4/15/2021
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Great Feel & Traction - Porous Sidewalls
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast

I pump these to 70PSI. They roll easily and have great traction. However, the cotton casing allows a lot of air to escape. Tried Stan's & Orange Seal. I lose 20PSI overnight and appears to taper off at around 40PSI. Soft casing makes them easy to install onto the rim but inflating & seating the tires requires a compressor. Pleased with performance but the air loss worries me.

Reviewed 6/1/2021
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Pleasantly surprised
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by Moby
Competitive Racer
PNW & Central OR

I've put ~10 hours on these in the 28m on ENVE 5.6 disc (18/20 internal width f/r) on my 3T Strada Due. I was preciously running Conti 5000TLR in 25mm on this same combo.

I mount a fair amount of tubeless tires/year. ~20 (I switch tires a lot for gravel and endurance MTB racing). Normally I mount tubeless with the 60 gallon air compressor and a Prestaflator that are in my main shop. Usually though I can seat most tires with a floor pump and some manipulation of the tire. I just ordered a compressor for my current residence but had to give these a go with an older floor pump. No go. The sidewalls are so supple they just stayed folded. The shop down the street was nice enough to let me use the compressor in their shop and they mounted no problem. No soap and they were solidly seated when fully deflated. I don't like to use a tire that won't stay on the wheel bead when fully deflated

After inflating they leaked down completely in a min or two. But with slight overfill of Stan's and some spinning of the wheels vertically and horizontally (both sides) they lost only 10 psi overnight. After the first ride they are holding pressure fine. I always pump my tires before riding so a small overnight bleed down is a non-issue for me. Might be for others.

Tires measured just over 27mm on both wheels, regardless of the difference in internal width f/r of these wheels. They've settled out to right at 28mm.

I ran the 5000 at 80/85 psi (I'm 165) on these wheels. ENVE recommends 66psi with this wheelset and tire width. I started the first ride at 75/80 f/r. Too much. Currently running about 68/72.

All 10 hours have been on pretty bad roads with rough paving, lots of cracks and a fair amount of gravel that gets dragged out of rural gravel driveways and into the shoulder. Tires handled this very well so far, and I'm not particularly easy on gear. At 68/72 the suppleness of this tire comes through a lot better. I have not found any noticeable cuts or tears in the tread so far and I've hit chunks of gravel that made me wince a bit.

I would like to try these on my wider (25mm internal) ENVE 4.5AR wheels. The Strada's frame has plenty of room, and the 25mm internal and wider wheel for support would allow dropping to more like 45/50 which I think would allow the suppleness of this tire to shine even more.

All in all I like this tire so far. We'll see how it holds up over time, but the price/performance is hard to beat. Minus one star only because of the mounting hassle.

Reviewed 6/26/2021
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Supple, good grip
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by Phil W
Cycling Enthusiast
Portland, OR

Bought these as a first tubeless road tire set up. I've been using tubeless for my mountain bike for years, so understand the challenges to overcome. I purchased these since reviews were good, and my first choice of tubeless tires (Continental 5000 TL) have been out of stock for nearly 1 year due to COVID. Set up was as expected - needed to use an air compressor to seat the tires before adding sealant.

The ride on these tires has been excellent and is very noticeable on the first ride compared to the prior tubed tires - very supple given the high TPI. Grip has also been excellent on dry and wet roads.

Their weight is also lighter than most others that makes these tires more responsive, but their resistance to punctures and overall mileage durability is to be seen. After about 300 miles I have had no flats.

So far, very pleased with these tires.

Reviewed 5/12/2021
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excellent tire
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by Anonymous
New Orleans, LA

These tires are light and fast, but most of all they appear to be very durable. After 500 miles on Louisiana roads, these tires have no visible cuts on the tread. I'm quite impressed. While they are not the best handling tire i've used, the endurance and weight make choosing these tires a no-brainer for me.

Reviewed 6/3/2021
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Do not recommend for tubeless setups
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by Al
Kapolei, Hawaii
0 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Recently purchased a set. No issues with setup. Got a puncture within the first 100 miles. Hole is too small to use a repair plug but will not deal with the tire at the recommended 6-8 bar (85-110psi) pressure. Tires will seal up with sealant around 4 bar (60psi). At this pressure the tire is very squishy and feels like a flat. I am 63kg with a 25c wide tire. I will be sticking to my schwalbe pro one tubeless tires.

Reviewed 4/27/2021
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Easy setup, fast and supple ride
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by Hoeferland
Competitive Racer
Mercer Island, WA
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I just got my first pair of these tires in size 28 and set them up on a set of Roval CLX 50's. The setup was super easy and I only needed a brief "puff" of air from my air compressor to properly seat the tire. Once done, I added a bit of latex based sealant (important for these tires), let the system seal, and off I went for my first ride. They ride very, very well. Fast and supple. Absolutely loving them so far.

Reviewed 3/14/2021
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