The Vittoria Corsa Pro G2.0 Road Tire is the choice of the pro peloton, now even faster and with increased wet weather grip and puncture resistance. Now you, too, can have the conqueror of Paris-Roubaix on your bike in any size that suits your style.
G2.0 Graphene + Silica compound ensures speed and confidence through a range of surface conditions, for the ultimate control. Proven cotton casing material, wrapped in a revolutionary new construction process provides the foundation for the new standard in race-day performance road tires.
The Corsa Pro features a zylon bead for easy fitting and air retention. It's protected by a reinforced Bead Shield as well as a high-density protection belt below the tread surface.
- G2.0 Graphene + Silica Compound
- Corespun 320 TPI Ultralight Cotton Casing
- TSS (Hookless) Compatible size 28+
- Tubeless Ready
- Classic Tanwall
- 700c x 24/26/28/30/32
- 265/275/295/300/320 grams
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Wheel Size: 700C/29" (ISO 622)
Tire Type: Tubeless Ready
Threads Per Inch: 320
700 x 24mm - Para (Gumwall)/Black
Tire Width: 24mm (0.9in)
Tire Width: 24mm (0.9in)
Mfg PartNum: 11A00387
700 x 26mm - Para (Gumwall)/Black
Mfg PartNum: 11A00388
Tire Width: 26mm (1.0in)
700 x 28mm - Para (Gumwall)/Black
Tire Width: 28mm (1.1in)
Mfg PartNum: 11A00389
700 x 30mm - Para (Gumwall)/Black
Mfg PartNum: 11A00390
Tire Width: 30mm (1.2in)
700 x 32mm - Para (Gumwall)/Black
Tire Width: 32mm (1.3in)
Mfg PartNum: 11A00391
IMO, Vittoria tires roll better than other great tires -- Continentals, Michelins, Pirellis. These tires are a case in point. They are wonderfully fast and comfortable. Continentals may last longer but these ride better.
Used primarily for road training and racing. The tires feel really fast and generally last a while. I had the previous generation of this tire get tread and sidewall cuts occasionally but this new model has been solid so far.
Have run the tires with tubes in the past and enjoy ride quality. Unfortunately, neither I nor my bike tech could get the tires to seat on HED Vanquish wheels. I returned the Vittoria's for Continental 5000 S TR and they seated perfectly
Bought these tires when they first came out. They usually last for me about 1000 to 1200 miles. If you want a Corsa Pro tire that lasts longer, check out the Corsa Pro Control tire. Have not been disappointed at all with this tire. I have ridden just as out every tire imaginable over a 30+ year cycling history.
I've been riding Vittoria Corsa Pro tires since 2003, both tubular on my track bikes and clincher on my road bikes. To me, there was nothing like the feeling of that first ride with a new set of Corsa's - they were so supple and grippy. I could get more and more aggressive in cornering with those tires, and yet never reaching the slipping point, even with my inside pedal mere centimeters from the ground. But... they were expensive, and when budget sacrifices had to be made (mortgages, kids, car payments, new roofs, etc) the Vittorias sadly were usually one of the first dispensable luxuries. I settled for Conti GP 4000s and then 5000's, and frankly those are still in my opinion, the gold standard for the perfect balance of wear, grip, rolling resistance, and value.
Fast-forward 20 years, and I decided to go back to those silky smooth tires that I lusted after in my youth for my new Enve Melee road bike. I decided to go big and bought the new Corsa. Pro G2.0 tubeless for my new rig. The passion was rekindled immediately - these are simply the best road tires money can buy. Yes, they're expensive. But there is really no other tire like them. These roll so smooth, and so fast, and I found myself leaning into corners just that much harder, knowing these tires would stick like they were on rails. I also thought for sure, I would be puncturing these left and right, spewing my unsuspecting comrades riding in my draft with sealant, but so far (knock on wood) not a single puncture in 500 miles.
Will they wear out a little faster? Probably. Will they puncture more when the weather starts to turn wet and cold and the little glass shards on the road are standing on end? Maybe. But my summer with my Corsa Pro's was like no other in the past 20 years. These Corsa's will now and forever be my go-to "good weather" tires, suitable for just about any road, some dirt included. It's proven to be an undying love affair, and I'm already pining for next summer, and that first ride with a fresh set of 30mm Corsa's quietly gobbling up the road along under me.
I have been using the higher-end Vittoria tires on my road and gravel bikes for the past two seasons, and really like the performance. I had been using the Corsa nxt and was really happy with them, and when the new Corsa Pro came out, I decided to try them. I expected them to be fast, but fragile and quick-wearing. They havenï¿½t disappointed, and have proven to be quite tough. I have ridden them on some pretty gnarly pavement as well as gravel with no problems, and they seem to be wearing considerably better than I had expected for what really is a race tire. I had purchased another pair of nxts which I mounted to a spare wheel set, intending to use those for most training rides, but several months later, I have yet to use the ï¿½training wheelsï¿½
These are great tires and I love the ride quality. My LBS was able to set them up tubeless, but they wouldn't hold air for more than an hour or so. We tried every trick we knew but in the end they just wouldn't hold air. Switched to a TPU tube and they are working great. For reference, I was running them on DT Swiss ERC 1100 wheels.
If they play well with your rims I think you'll find them to be a great option.
I love this tire. After replacing two tires two separate times that got slices in them, this tire fit the bill. It's the best tire that really hugs the rim (with hardly any air leakage). It's a tough tire but not heavy and the look is cool.
I love the feel of these tires over rough pavement - nothing like a cotton-like casing. Set many downhill PRs on these. But also punctured catastophically more frequently than any other tubeless, and cracked two rims on two occasions. High risk to reward ratio. You are warned!
Fast, grippy tire. I have set a bunch of downhill PRs on my 28s (run tubeless). I use these opposite GP 5000 TLRs, which are also great. I'd say the Corsa Pros offer more road feel and sense of smooth connectedness (a bit like the Turbo Cottons I used to run) that instills more confidence as far as knowing how the tires are gripping. Both feel fast, and I've had similar degrees of luck with punctures on both. My guess, looking at the tires, is that the GP5000 will wear longer, and they are cheaper at street prices. However, I now PREFER to ride the Corsa Pros day to day.
These tires are stupid easy to mount, hold air well and have the most incredible road feel out of any tire I have ever tried. Oh yeah, and they are obscenely fast.
I am a huge Challenge/Pirelli fan but had to try these once they dropped. I always loved the old Corsa but was always scared of how fragile they were. Definitely big improvement on this new version and have sent these things through a bit of gravel, dirt and glass shard fields without issue.
Durability is not a strong suit but that should come as no surprise. They feel like a rubber band in your hand, what do you expect? If you are looking for a moderately durable tire that is obscenely fast and feels like you are riding on clouds with a tailwind, look no further.
Very easy tubeless setup on Zipp hookless rims. The ride it provides is just like an old cotton sew-up, this alone is worth the price of admission, not even mentioning the superior grip and handling.
Unfortunately I suffered a glass puncture on the first ride, it did seal quickly and held normal pressure after the first air fill post incident. Highly recommended!
I have logged about 500 miles on these since my purchase. I have them paired with a set of 21mm internal rims. They measure out to 32.5 (set up tubeless), so relatively true to size. They are incredibly supple and comfortable. The give you confidence in corners and roll fast. I will definitely purchase again.
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