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Vittoria
Rubino Pro G+ Road Tire

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No compromise.

Vittoria changes what we think is possible with performance tires with the introduction of their G+ Isotech® graphene compound. Partnered with fellow Italian company Directa Plus, Vittoria is able to source the highest quality of this extremely lightweight, flexible, yet durable material, and by incorporating it into the Rubino Pro's 3C rubber compound, you get an all-around tire that makes no compromise when it comes to delivering excellent speed, grip, longevity, and flat protection.

Available in multiple colors and widths. Folding bead. 150 TPI casing. Claimed weight is 225 g (23 mm width).

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Excellent tires
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by Sparks cyclist
Cycling Enthusiast
Sparks, NV

Excellent supple, smooth roll. great grip and very stable on the downhills.

Reviewed 7/1/2018
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Dependable, great stability while providing solid comfort that gives me extreme confidence in this V. Rubino Pro
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by Endurlist MMMichael
Daily Commuter
Portland, OR

I'm an endurance cyclist and puts on some long mileage so I need a dependable tire that will get me up the mountain climbs and handle the back roads out in the forest roads, the Rubino has served me very well and I am extremely happy with it!

Reviewed 7/31/2018
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The Best!!
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by BPBiker
Cycling Enthusiast
Brush Prairie, WA
1 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

Vittoria tires are the best.... Plenty of miles & never had a flat. Reliable & fast rolling

Reviewed 1/19/2018
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My Go To Tire
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by AnthonyHI
Competitive Racer
NYC and HNL
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I have been using Rubino Pro for years. They last me about 3,500 to 4,000 miles, unless I was lucky enough to hit a large nail just right. I used to get the orange and black and now get the red and black.

Reviewed 6/21/2018
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awesome tire
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by SteveO
Cycling Enthusiast
Alameda, CA
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Nice combo of puncture protection and rolling resistance for a training tire. Nice price too.

Reviewed 1/22/2018
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Great tire
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by Sue moerer
portland, or
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Was sad the Paves are not made anymore. These are just as good, maybe better. Roll smoothly, hug the road, great in turns.

Reviewed 12/8/2017
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A step up from the old Rubino
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by Allen F.
Competitive Racer
High Desert
6 of 7 customers found this review helpful.

Somehow my tire box always has a pair of Rubinos in it, so I always throw them on my training bike when I just need a reliable tire. The old Rubinos were plenty good at that, but they were always underwhelming as far as ride quality and traction went. The new G model definitely feels more supple without feeling any less durable, so now I can thrash them around on long rides on dirty roads without my bike feeling quite as harsh.

Reviewed 5/2/2016
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Impressive All Weather Performance
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by D$
Competitive Racer
Portland, OR
12 of 12 customers found this review helpful.

pI have been riding these tires for a few months, on terrain ranging from smooth racetracks at the races to long gravel climbs and loose descents out in the hills, and in pouring rainhttpswww.westernbikeworks.comimagessubmit-review-button.gif to unseasonably hot sun, and they have been confidence inspiring the whole time. I have not found a tire up until this point that has allowed such a variety of use while still feeling up to the job in each situation. I'm not sure if it's the Graphene technology or what, but these tires are noticeably a step above the last generation of rubber from the likes of Michelin and Continental. Would definitely recommend these to anyone riding road bikes to their fullest capability.p

Reviewed 4/28/2016
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Smooth ride
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by Bob
tucson
0 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

Perfect for my Raleigh bike, smother ride, no roll resistance.

Reviewed 6/8/2017
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really good all-around tire
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Burlington, VT
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Have used Rubino Pro III 28c in the past and loved them. Very few, if any cuts in the tire and no punctures over thousands of miles on 3 road and 2 adventure bikes. We ride pavement, gravel, and dirt. The PRO G tire does not feel quite as supple after approx. 500 miles but it is a minor difference. Handling, speed, and control feel the same.

Reviewed 6/6/2017
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really good all-around tire
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Burlington, VT

Have used Rubino Pro III 28c in the past and loved them. Very few, if any cuts in the tire and no punctures over thousands of miles on 3 road and 2 adventure bikes. We ride pavement, gravel, and dirt. The PRO G tire does not feel quite as supple after approx. 500 miles but it is a minor difference. Handling, speed, and control feel the same.

Reviewed 6/6/2017
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Nice tire so far- need to put some more miles on it- looks good!! Great Price
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by CFrider
Cycling Enthusiast
NE Ohio

Switching over to these from Continental 4000SII's. Two years running I had sidewall damage and had to replace a Conti. We'll see how this one does. 2 pack is a great deal.

Reviewed 9/8/2018
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Great rolling tires with good punture resistance at a great price.
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by Marty
Cycling Enthusiast
Lehigh Valley PA
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

My primary tires on my road bikes. I ride an average of 200 miles a week on them and they hold up great.

Reviewed 8/9/2018
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Good tire, but not great.
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
San Francisco Bay Area

I am a weekend recreational cyclist and ride approximately 4500 miles yr outside, including a lot of climbing.

I had seen some good reviews of this tire and decides to try them on my new road bike,

(To be honest, I was attracted to the bling factor of it being one of the few tires offered with a red sidewall stripe which happen to look great on my bike), and reviews indicated it was an all around fast durable tire.

In general, I like them, but not quite as much as the Continental GP4000s series tires.

I had 3 flats in my first few months of riding (could have been bad luck) and the tires seem to wear a bit faster

and have less grip than the Conti's.

I'm still generally happy with them, but I think the Conti's are a better value, more durable, and higher quality clincher tire.

Reviewed 8/20/2018
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Excellent tire
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by Dennis S. (WesternBikeworks.com Staff)
Competitive Racer
Portland, OR
8 of 8 customers found this review helpful.

I have been able to ride these tires on a few rides now, and I am super impressed. The roll well, have excellent grip, and do a great job at flat prevention. I have ridden them in the rain and have found they do excellent there as well. I have done long gravel descents with out any issues, and I have done full speed curvy descents with confidence all while enjoying a surprisingly supple ride for a training clincher tire. This is a great all around tire and would definitely recommend it to anyone who wants a fast, grippy, and reliable tire.

Reviewed 4/28/2016
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Casing failure after 12K miles
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by Thomas
Cycling Enthusiast
Michigan City.In
0 of 7 customers found this review helpful.

Rear tire had weird feel when cornering from first mounting.

Reviewed 7/15/2018
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G Vittoria - Grade A
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by CJH
Casper, Wyoming
12 of 12 customers found this review helpful.

3rd set of Rubino Pro tires. I'm 6' 0' - 185 - the roads available in Wyoming are primarily chip seal where I ride and usually full of shoulder debris and sand and gravel left from road salting and sanding. With my weight and the road type I do not get the miles out of these tires that I see in others reviews. I'm also one who will put on new rubber at the slightest sign of squaring off. If I rotate every 500 I might get more miles. I'm on a Trek so I've used some of the Bontrager lines as well some of the Michelin lines. Others I ride with swear by the Contas but after trying my first Rubinos I've kept buying them as I need them. Flats are few and it seems like when I do get a flat it's from metal - I can find the only braid on the road for 50 miles. Never had one due to glass or sharp gravel schards. I'm anxious for the snow and ice to be gone to see how this new line of compound and the graphene hold up under my weight and the endless miles of chip seal - easy to mount with minimal rolling resistance. Bike is black so I get the red sidewall just for the way it looks - have run size 23 but prefer the 25 just for a little more air under my 57 year old butt. I change out at around 1200-1500 miles. Trek on

Reviewed 1/6/2017
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I am on my third pair and have the next ones on the shelf. Great overall ride and performance affordably!
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by Dr. Mike
Cycling Enthusiast
Florida
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I train on these and do club rides. They are reliable and corner well.

Reviewed 7/23/2018
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Overall great tire with low rolling resistance ay a great price.
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by Marty
Cycling Enthusiast
Lehigh Valley PA
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

These are my go to every ride tire since they provide a high level of performance at a reasonable price. I've gtten great mileage from these tires on all sorts of road surfaces with very few punctures.

Reviewed 7/5/2018
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Good value
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by Breid
portland oregon

With all the Weight v. Durability v. Price v. Puncture resistance factors, these tires are favorites. The colors probably factor heavily into my preference, FWIW.

Reviewed 7/13/2018
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