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Tangente Course Clincher Tire

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Aero in your tires.

The Zipp Tangente tires gain speed and efficiency from knowledge learned during the development of Zipp's Firecrest® rim shapes. An aero tread pattern combined with a specially formulated rubber lets this tire slip through air while providing optimum grip and acceleration. This Tangente Course model uses a 120 TPI casing and a puncture protection belt to keep the mileage racking up on both training and racing days.

Available in 700c x 23 mm or 700c x 25 mm. Claimed weight is 205 g (23 mm).


Threads Per Inch: 120 TPI


Min Pressure: 90 PSI


Max Pressure: 125 PSI

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Fast tire with pretty good durability
by RivakHoffman
Competitive Racer
Mesa, Arizona

The Zipp Tangente Course Clincher has been my go to training tire for the past 2 years. Like any tire it will flat out with steel splinters from blown car tires and sharp fragments. However, I never have to worry about side wall blow outs that seem to be a common event on Continental GP 4000S. I have had my share of sidewall blowouts leaving me stranded on hot Arizona roads with no cell phone reception.

I have put deep trust in these tires and change them out every 3500 miles of riding regardless of remaining tread life. I ride 300 miles per week on average according to Strava.

This tire is light durable and rolls very well. At this point there is no reason to change training tires.

Reviewed 3/27/2017
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typical expected quality from an industry leader
by brkr
Cycling Enthusiast
northern WI

a go-to choice for road tires. I've ridden many other brands including the most expensive clinchers on the market but the Zipps just keep cranking along w no problems-just like their other products.

Reviewed 10/1/2018
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Great tire, fast, corners great very firm. Noticly fast tire. Definatly recomends this for races or every day.
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast

This tire is smooth, corner great an seems firm grip to the road. Very fast tire. So far nothing i don't like about it.

Reviewed 3/28/2016
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Nice ride and very durable for the price.
by Anonymous
Competitive Racer
Bellingham WA
4 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

Very happy with the tire, nice ride and 1,500 miles with no flats.

Reviewed 6/4/2015
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Not happy with this product
by Maurice
Cycling Enthusiast
0 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

The tires are very delicate took on one ride just to find out tha there were to hole on side that I have no idea how they got there simply because I don't remember going to any debris on the road.

Reviewed 9/5/2017
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