Vittoria's Rubino Pro G+ Road Tire utilizes their revolutionary G+ Isotech® compound that incorporates graphene to deliver a tire that provides both excellent performance and excellent longevity. The extremely lightweight, flexible, yet durable properties of this high-tech material make the Rubino Pro G+ Vittoria's best all-around option for speed, grip, 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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The product weight specified is an approximate weight based on the manufacturer's specifications (if available) or our measurement of one or two examples. For most products, the weight will typically vary by 5% to 10%.
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After riding Michelin Pros for years they discontinue manufacturing with a yellow sidewall. Since itï¿½s form, not function, I could only find yellow in vittorias and so purchased. They roll and grip nicely (no discernible differences with the Michelin's), the look is great and the price was right.
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