Lets get tubular.
The Vittoria Rubino Pro G+ Tubular Tire brings the reliable performance that the Rubino Pro is known for, and brings it to the world of tubular road tires. Featuring Vittoria's exclusive 3C Graphene compound structure, the Rubino Pro G+ offers unrelenting puncture protection, long service life, and sharp, responsive handling. The Rubino Pro has long been a favorite for training and racing, but with the addition of a Tubular tire casing, it's a sure-fire success on the race course.
- Durable, puncture resistant tubular tire casing.
- Vittoria's exclusive 3C Graphene compound for natural puncture protection, grip, and low weight.
- Available in two widths: 23mm, and 25mm.
- Claimed weight: 285g (23mm), and 295g (25mm).
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Great puncture resistant tire with great handling.
by Eric Chunn
5 of 5 customers found this review helpful.
800 miles and no issue. Had a slight puncture which sealed itself by using a sealant. I used the Tufo sealant and it works like a charm. I highly recommend this tire, along with sealant, to make these tires last longer.
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