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Terreno Dry Tubular Tire
When thinking of a cyclocross race, most people immediately think of mud-caked bikes and a good hose down when it is all over. It can be easy to forget about the dry races, and most people don't have a tire suitable for those conditions. Depending on your location and which part of your season, these dry tubular tires will give you the advantage you're looking for when conditions have yet to turn. This tire has an incredibly fast-rolling, smoother ramped center scales and larger side knobs for cornering and aggressive braking and accelerating. For added longevity, Vittoria has used the 3C compound with Graphene 2.0. The high TPI cotton casing will further increase comfort and speed.
- Can be used as dry weather cyclocross or gravel-grinder tire
- Cotton tubular casing
- Extremely fast and light
- Great corner traction
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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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