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Vittoria Corsa G+ Clincher
Vittoria Corsa G+ Clincher
Vittoria Corsa G+ Clincher

Vittoria
Corsa G+ Clincher

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Testa della corsa.

Stay with the best by riding the best with Vittoria's iconic Corsa Clincher that now features a state-of-the-art G+ graphene-impregnated Isotech® rubber compound for increased performance. Partnered with fellow Italian company Directa Plus, Vittoria is able to source the highest quality of this extremely lightweight, flexible, yet durable graphene material, and by incorporating it into the Corsa Clincher's 4-rubber compound, you get a competition tire that makes no compromise when it comes to delivering excellent speed, wet grip, longevity, and flat protection. Wrap all this over Vittoria's renowned 320 TPI Kevlar® reinforced cotton casing, and being at the head of the race has never been more assured.

Available in multiple widths.

Claimed weights:

  • 700c x 23 mm: 245 g
  • 700c x 25 mm: 250 g
  • 700c x 28 mm: 270 g
 
 

TPI: 320 

Black/Tan - 700 x 23 mm

Mfg PartNum: 111.3CX.00.23.411BX 

Black/Tan - 700 x 25 mm

Mfg PartNum: 111.3CX.00.25.411BX 

Black/Tan - 700 x 28 mm

Mfg PartNum: 111.3CX.00.28.411BX 

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GRIP, SPEED, AND...RELIABILITY?
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by James W. (WesternBikeworks.com Staff)
Cycling Enthusiast
Portland, OR
21 of 21 customers found this review helpful.

I was lucky enough to snag a pair of these brand new tires before we even got our first shipment, and—this being the dead of winter—I threw them on my road training bike to abuse them outside of their comfort zone. Traditionally, Vittoria's elite Corsa models are thoroughbred race tires through-and-through, so for training purposes I was signing up to accept the risk of a few extra "roadside breaks." A couple of minutes spent patching tubes would be worth the promise of an extra supple ride and super amazing handling, right? To my surprise, this new Corsa design actually surpassed my pessimistic preconceptions, raising the bar on pretty much every front.

First off, the ride quality rivals that of tubulars. Yeah, everyone says that when talking about high-end clincher tires, but this is the real deal. I'm on the lighter end of the spectrum, and have been running the 700c x 25mm variety a little below 90PSI. The result is super speedy and road-conforming, even on rough pavement and gravel. The supple casing construction allows the tire to float over surface imperfections without any of the buzz or chatter you get with rigid training tires or lesser race tires (it makes them easier to mount too, but your experience may vary :) ). As for the grip, the brand new G+ compound is a shockingly noticeable step up from the already pretty great multi-stage compounds of the previous Corsa and Rubino lines. Combined with the slightly lower pressures I've been running, this new rubber layup delivers such positive cornering feedback, it actually begs you to lean a little further than you might normally when navigating twisty, technical decents.

Finally, despite these major performance enhancements, and after a couple hundred harsh winter miles, I am surprised to have not yet experienced any significant trade-offs in the durability department. That said, I should still point out that obviously these are far from the toughest tires on the block. As I eluded to above, they're designed for competitive conditions and the demands of pro riders—all-out speed and superb cornering traction come first. So while the Corsas are absolutely ideal for groomed course conditions and summer hammer-fests, if you're going to use them in a similar training capacity to my experience on them, you'll have to be a bit careful about where you aim your wheel (broken glass and potholes should be avoided, for starters). All disclaimers aside, they're tougher than they let on.

So, if you've stuck with me so far I'll do you a favor and wrap this up quickly. By way of summation, I'd dare to say that with an exceptional ride, outstanding grip, and surprising durability for a competition-worthy race tire, Vittoria's new Corsa design is up there with some of the best tires I've ever had the pleasure to ride. Another glass of Kool-Aid please.

Reviewed 12/30/2015
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Nice rolling tire
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by Chris R
San Francisco
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I used the Vittoria Pave CG for years. Compared to that, the rubber is softer and rides smooth. They seem bigger than other 25mm tires, which is welcome. After a couple months of use, the back tire hasnt flattened too much either. I like them and will buy again.

Reviewed 12/28/2017
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Smooth rolling. Cut easily.
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by El Pato
Cycling Enthusiast
salem oregon
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

These tires are light, and glide on the smooth pavement. An added plus is that they look great. Unfortunately, they are not as durable as I had hoped. I read about the new graphene for increased durability. I've got about 900 miles on them, and I will need to replace very soon. the tread cuts easily, and one of the cuts has just penetrated the rubber a little. A more major concern is that some of the rubber at the siping edge of the contact patch is starting to detach. Almost like it was glued on, and I don't want it to come unglued on a long descent. Nice tires, but safety and durability are suspect.

Reviewed 8/2/2017
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Good tires
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by Brian
Cycling Enthusiast
WA
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Used to use the Paves. These seems as good or better for cornering, but so far have been very durable. Nice tire.

Reviewed 7/16/2017
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Nothing better!
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by mlongman
Cycling Enthusiast
Seattle, WA

Supple and smooth. This is my favorite summer tire, hands down.

Reviewed 6/22/2017
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Strong, light and buttery
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by markjlongman
Competitive Racer
Seattle, Washington
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

I put these on my Seven Evergreen S and they've been great for a responsive, supple ride across mostly urban conditions. I have yet to take them out on the gravel but that's next!

Reviewed 2/12/2017
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Very smooth
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by NEA
Cycling Enthusiast
Portland, OR
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I've been very happy with these tires. They're easy to mount on full carbon wheels being the tire is quite soft, they ride very smoothly on the race bike I've been running them on. I've been running the 25c size no complaints, they've been durable for normal road use ie chip seal, debris and generally not great NW road surfaces. They can take a little getting used to as the rubber is soft and sticks well, wear has been really nice given that I'm a bigger rider. If you're thinking of making the switch I'd say do it I used to ride Continental's and Michelin's but no more I'm all in on these Corsa's. For me, I'll accept the trade off of a softer tire that may wear a little quicker over the life for how smooth these have made my race bike.

Reviewed 8/15/2017
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do it
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by  Bennett
Portland
1 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

there are two types of bike rides the ones where you are on these insanely nice tires and feel like a world tour pro, and the ones where you are on some other billshut.

Reviewed 6/12/2017
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Very fast and comfortable
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
St Louis, MO
6 of 6 customers found this review helpful.

I have been riding the continental GP 4000 II tires for the past two seasons, I decided to try these VITTORIA CORSA CLINCHER tires and I have to say these are just as fast, just as grippe and more of a supple ride. they maybe a little more pricy but you won't be disappointed in the purchase.

these will be my go to tires.

Reviewed 5/16/2016
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When done right, you won't even know it's there...
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by Richey
Competitive Racer
PNW
4 of 5 customers found this review helpful.

I've put about 150 miles on a 23 mm pair of these tires so far, including a P12 race that included some pretty torn up roads. When I first pulled them out of the box, they definitely feel like a race clincher, that is to say the feel pretty thin and fast like the old Open Corsa CX (which are quick but rather delicate), so I was skeptical of their durability at first sight, though the whole point of the new graphene compound is that it adds protection without compromising speed, grip, or suppleness.

So far they've held up every bit as good as Vittoria claimed they would. Through glass, gutter debris, and chewed up asphalt, I've still been railing corners at 35 mph with complete confidence. The best part about this tire is that it feels exactly how the highest-end race-only clinchers from just the last couple years feel, except now, they don't get a puncture or a slashed sidewall every time you look at them the wrong way. The protection of the graphene is not something that affects the ride quality of this tire at all. You only know it's there because you consistently come out of a debris-ladened lines unscathed and still ready to keep racing.

Grip, speed, and suppleness are all there, too, but that's to be expected from a race clincher these days. However, in tandem with confidence-inspiring flat protection without losing grip or making by bike ride like a brick, that's what will be keeping these tires on my race rig all season. Heck, after I put some more miles on them, I might even decide they're robust enough to use as an everyday tire, too.

And also, skinwalls are always the correct choice.

Reviewed 5/2/2016
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I love this tire
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by Steve Linden
SF bay area
2 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

All anecdotal, but they seem even smoother-riding, more flat resistant and longer wearing than the Vittoria Open Corsa CX and Pave CGs Ive been riding on for years. And the straight grooves make me think theyve got more traction against slides.

Reviewed 1/11/2018
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New favorite
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by Mark A
Cycling Enthusiast
Princeton, NJ
4 of 5 customers found this review helpful.

I waited to accumulate 500 or so miles before sending in my initial impressions. In short, this is a remarkable tire in multiple facets. I noted some earlier reviews in order to refute or agree on others' experiences. I was made aware of this tire through an article in Bicycling Magazine featuring the author's picks on latest and greatest. With the Corsa, he was already a fan of the former model and was touting the Graphine and other enhancements while suggesting the tire simply was a great thing that got even greater. He noted the former model was all about feel and grip while lacking durability. Would the Graphine pick up that slack? I would say yes. I am riding on backroads of Central New Jersey where all kinds of debris are waiting to strike (i.e. metal, glass chips, etc.). These have held up without an issue. Ride quality on straights is super supple and quiet. Cadillac all the way. When you do turn, the intelligent tire does reveal a squeal of sorts suggesting its design is at play to provide greater grip. I find this to the be the case. I am turning with more confidence and quite frankly I don't really care if they are noisy (per other reviews), it's just the tire material being squeezed as the weight sets into the turns. I'll take the confidence of road feel over whatever it is. The noise is fine. Reduced rolling resistance is notable also over the Conti All Seasons I had prior. Overall, this tire was a pleasant surprise in performance. I'd like to get around 2500 miles to see how they hold up puncture-wise but my money is that they will be just fine. As a side note, they are really attractive looking as well. I highly recommend riders to try these once. Happy riding!

Reviewed 12/2/2017
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Love the ride, but tires don't last many miles
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by Anonymous
5 of 7 customers found this review helpful.

The ride with these tires is excellent.

Grip in cornersweather can't be beat.

Love everything about the tires.

Except how they wear or last.

I can't get very miles out of these tires before they are showing extensive wear. Verses the price of the tire, I view that as a disappointment.

Reviewed 7/3/2017
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Great product
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Atlanta ga
2 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

Filling good on the road awesome tires,,

Reviewed 10/9/2017
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Great ride. Some issues with longevity.
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Concord, CA
4 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

I am a huge Vittoria fan, and have purchased and loved their tires for several years. This latest product, however, gets mixed reviews from me. Ride quality, like all Vittoria high-end tires, is supple and confident. I read several reviews of the tire that said it was flat-prone. And, while I have not had problems with flats, the tire tread is particularly soft, and susceptible to cuts. Also, the edges of the tread on one tire started to peel up after not that many miles, and I had to replace the tire. On another tire, when my rear wheel came loose, and rubbed against the inside of the chain stay for a short distance, the sidewalls were damaged in a manner that made me decide to replace that tire also. As much as I love the ride quality of these tires (especially in the 25 and 28mm sizes), I do not think I will buy them again. In my experience, they are simply not durable.

Reviewed 10/6/2017
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Long lasting and provides an incomparably smooth ride.
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by Anonymous
Competitive Racer
Monterey, CA
8 of 8 customers found this review helpful.

Definitely an improvement over the Corsa CX. The tires provide a very smooth ride as well as low rolling resistance.

Reviewed 3/9/2017
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very happy with these
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by TC
Cycling Enthusiast
NJ
10 of 13 customers found this review helpful.

I ride these for fast casual riding, 10 - 25 miles at a time on my own. They are extremely tough to get on the rims. That is the bad, however, by putting them in a warm clothes dryer for 10 minutes, it becomes a lot easier. I like that they hold a high pressure, produce a very smooth ride and seem to grip the road nicely. I used Conti's before and liked them, but these have become my go to tire.

Reviewed 2/2/2017
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Nce riding tire.
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by dide
Cycling Enthusiast
N. Michigan
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

I have ridden Vittoria tires for years. The ride has always been exceptional , but punctures have been a problem.

I think Vittoria's new Graphene compound makes a big difference. I've got 4500 miles on these tires, each rear lasts at least 2500 miles, and the front doesn't seem to wear , so I rotate it to the back.

It is very easy to mount and remove these tires also, because of the high tread per inch making them so flexible.

Great tires.

Reviewed 9/25/2017
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After one year of use, these are my favorite tires...
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by bradci
Cycling Enthusiast
Seattle
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

I've been riding the 28mm version of these tires for over a year, mostly on road but some gravel too. They feel great, provide a really smooth ride, and inspire confidence while cornering. In the year of use, I've had just one flat. I love these tires and will buy another set when the time comes!

Reviewed 9/20/2017
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I really love these tires !!!
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by G.Pow
Cycling Enthusiast
Central Massachusetts
2 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

These tire roll exceptionally smooth, especially when they are paired with latex tubes. I have complete confidence cornering with these tires. My only concern, is overall the durability of the tire, especially the sidewalls. I can get good mileage by rotating the tires, when the rear tire tread starts to wear down. I really don't have many issues with flatting, as long as I maintain the proper air pressure and avoid road the hazards.

Given the quality of the ride, I will be willing to sacrifice durability. The smoothness, grip in the corners and rolling resistance is worth the expense. Plus, they look awesome, when mounted on my Zipp 404's. I only wish I could run the 28's.

Reviewed 9/13/2017
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