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Terreno Dry Gravel Tire

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Terreno it up.

Tear up the hard-packed terrain with this dry terrain-specific Terreno Gravel tire from Vittoria. Featuring a new take on the file tread pattern, this stepped scale center patch rolls fast over hard-packed terrain while still offering superior traction for traction and cornering. Transitional mid and side tread allow this tire to dig in and grip the terrain as you dive into corners and bends.

The Terreno lineup offers three separate variants catered to specific terrain conditions, but all three feature the Vittoria 3C rubber compound designed to optimize speed, grip, and puncture protection. Add in their Graphene technology and you get a faster rolling, longer lasting tire that doesn't shy away from wet weather. Lower your tire pressure and kiss flat tires goodbye with the 120 TPI TNT tubeless gravel casing, allowing you to take your tubeless-ready wheelset to the next level.


  • Dry condition-specific tread pattern features scaled center tread and transitional mid and side tread.
  • Available in three sizes: 700 x 31c, 700 x 33c, and 700 x 40c.
  • 3C compound construction with Graphene provides a faster, grippier, more protective tire.
  • 120 TPI TNT Gravel Casing.
  • Tubeless ready.

Tire Type: Tubeless Ready 

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Fast rollling, grippy tire for dry to damp conditions
by San Jose Cx
Competitive Racer
San Jose, CA
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

This is definetly a tire for drier conditions, but I would say it's execeptional in this category. The center tread pattern is an improvement over tradition file treads. I believe this tire has better traction and lower rolling resistance than your typical file tread. The shoulder knobs are great while cornering and for off cambers. The ride feel is somewhat supple, not on par with tubulars. What it lacks in supplness I think it will make up for in durability.

I am running this tire on a Stan's Valor rim. In the 33mm size the tire measures 35mm on the Valor rim. About average effort to mount tubeless. I use stan's sealant. Zero problems with burping, or losing pressure over night. No flats through 5 cx races and several gravel rides. I weigh 175 and have run the tires 3230 psi. on dry hard course and 3028 on dry grass courses.

Reviewed 10/12/2018
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Won't fit Stan's rim
by Joe
Cycling Enthusiast

The 40c is virtually impossible to mount on my Stan's rims. I have been mounting tires for 40 years and never had a problem like this.

Reviewed 6/6/2019
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Be Cautious Of Sharp Objects. Thin side Walls.
by Anonymous
Rowland Heights

My Rear tire only lasted a week, the I received a large gash from a sharp Rock and had to put a tube in the tire as I was running tubeless, the tires roll great and grip really well but those side walls are not meant for riding around Rocks or Trails with mixed terrain, I think it's more of a racing tire, I'm really bummed.

Reviewed 7/23/2018
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Amazingly versatile tread
by tzed250
Competitive Racer
New England
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

I raced the first half of cross season on the 33c size last year. They worked in the dry on grass, dirt, sand, and rocks. They worked in the wet on grass, dirt, sand, and rocks. I didn't get the chance to try them in real mud where I suspect they wouldn't work as well as a dedicated mud tire. I didn't get a chance to race them in ice or snow, but I suspect they work pretty well there. I bought a pair of the 40c version and raced Rasputitsa on them and they were amazing in all the conditions found there this year wet and dry pavement, wet and dry VT pav (muddy, sandy, gravely dirt roads), ice, and snow. I only had to dismount because people in front of me did, or I could have ridden the entire course. Run them tubeless and run them LOW PRESSURE. I raced the 33c as low as 22psi. I've been afraid to go much lower with the 40c but I'm sure I can...

Reviewed 6/4/2018
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Fantastic all-around tire!
by Tom Menrath
Cycling Enthusiast
Oakland, SF, Marin
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

I have tried dozens of tires on my Steve Potts gravel grinder. This is the perfect tire for mixed surface use. Fast & quiet on pavement with great cornering traction (even at 30mph downhill on pavement). Plenty of traction on fire roads & single track. Also, the best sealing tubeless tire I've used so far (loses less than 5 psi per week).

Reviewed 12/28/2017
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Great rolling gravel tire
by dlw
Cycling Enthusiast
Eastern Oregon
11 of 11 customers found this review helpful.

I've been on the hunt for the elusive fast-rolling mixed-tread tubeless gravel tire. I've ridden a small handful of options. The Terreno Dry rolls great on all surfaces, corners reasonably well on gravel but finds its limit when climbing out of the saddle on graveldirt. It just does not have the tread to offer full traction when out of the saddle in loose conditions. It set up tubeless without any trouble and has proven to hold pressure great. They size true their 40c spec, though the sidewall says 38c. The rear tire is showing considerable wear at about 700 miles ridden. It's been a great tire for mixed rides where road leads to graveldirt. You can do better for full graveldirt use.

Reviewed 9/14/2017
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