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Veloflex
Record Tubular 700c Road Tire

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Top quality tubular tire for racing. 350 threads per inch core spun cotton casing construction. Latex tube, removable valve cores. Calicot puncture resistant layer under the tread. 145 PSI max. 700c x 22mm (20-622 ISO). 203 grams. Black tread/gumwall side. Handmade in Italy.

 

Weight: 190 grams

 

Weight: 190 grams

 

ISO (ETRTO) Size: 20-622 

 

Max Pressure: 145 psi

 

Made in: Italy 

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Great tubulars
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by Anonymous
Competitive Racer
94960

Veloflex are some of the most supple tires on the market. The best for racing even though they might not handle very rough pavement as well as Contis. These are the ultimate racing tires.

Reviewed 8/31/2018
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light, fast, but fragile
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by djconnel
Competitive Racer
San Francisco, CA
0 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Light and very fast but highly prone to flats - for example if you skid the tire it's basically done. So ride with extreme care, races only, and don't let it touch a trainer and it should be good for limited time trials and hill climbs but for more general use stick to the Veloflex Carbon.

Reviewed 9/25/2015
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Great price on a fast racing tire.
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by Rick
Competitive Racer
Henderson, NV
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

IRONMAN RACING use

Lightweight

Low Rolling resistance

Reviewed 5/16/2014
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Racing tire only. Rolls very fast. Susceptible to sidewall pinch flats at 100 psi with a 145 lb rider. No problem at 120 psi.
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by Rick
Competitive Racer
Stevens Point, Wisconsin
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Used for racing only. This is a lightweight, easy rolling tire that is VERY fast. The good news is the sidewalls are thin making the tire very supple and allowing a low rolling resistance. The bad news is the sidewalls are thin making the tire susceptible to sidewall pinch flats at 100 psi with a 145 lb rider. No problem at 120 psi. I rode this tire to 2nd place in the Kona IRONMAN in the 60-64 mens age group. This is a VERY good racing tire - just make sure you ride it with enough pressure.

Reviewed 10/21/2013
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gold standard of tubulars for TT and Track TT
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
san jose
14 of 14 customers found this review helpful.

expensive but the best tire for anything where speed is required. It can take and needs high pressure because its ends up at about 20c width.

Excellent life span considering what it is, great traction for a narrow tire, not a trainer, not a ride on your vintage, a true racing tire. It is on the durable side of racing tires, deadly fast, and use mastik and it will fly. Make sure to go to full pressure while glue drys. Latex tube so it will leak air, thats normal. 30 psi a day roughly. Superb tire and I am qualified to say I think- had many, tried many

Reviewed 9/1/2009
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