A new level of performance.
Veloflex describes the Extreme as their masterpiece, and it's easy to see why. This no-holds-barred racing tubular is handmade using the finest materials to provide uncompromising grip, unreal acceleration, and an ultra-low weight.
Like all top tubulars, Veloflex equips the Extreme with their exclusive natural rubber compound for reliable traction in wet or dry conditions, allowing you to lean into the corners with complete confidence. A lightweight Calicot puncture resistant belt beneath the tread ensures reliability, and the Extreme uses an unprecedented 350 TPI corespun casing and latex inner tube to deliver an incredibly supple ride.
The Veloflex Extreme Tubular is available in 700c x 22mm (22-622 ISO) and features a 36mm Presta valve with a removable core. Recommended pressure: 100-145 PSI. Color: Black/Black. Actual weight: 240 grams.
*Note: This is the manufacturer's claimed weight.
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Classic handmade tire with guts.
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.
I love the ride of a handmade traditional sew-up tire, but can live without the hassle of flatting. The Veloflex Extreme has a puncture protection layer that reduces the chance of a flat, at least from tiny pieces of glass etc. Other tires do the same, but this is the only one I know of that keeps the high thread count casing (350 TPI) that delivers a supple, confidence inspiring ride.
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