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  • Vittoria - Corsa G Plus Tire - Tubular - Anthracite
Vittoria - Corsa G Plus Tire - Tubular

Vittoria Corsa G Plus Tire - Tubular

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    • Anthracite,700c x 28mm
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    Tech Specs

    Compound:
    4 compound
    Size:
    700 c x 23 mm, 700 c x 25 mm, 700 c x 28 mm
    Type:
    tubular
    Casing:
    Corespun with KEVLAR®
    TPI:
    320
    Claimed Weight:
    [700c x 23mm] 265 g, [700c x 25mm] 280 g, [700c x 28mm] 330 g
    Recommended Use:
    road cycling
    Manufacturer Warranty:
    1 year

    Luxurious.

    If you're the one known amongst your ride crew for always showing up to your group ride with the newest, most on-trend gear, give everyone something to ogle and wrap a Vittoria Corsa G Plus Tubular Tire around each of your rims just in time for your next group ride. Made using a heavily-hyped 4C construction that includes a new wonder material known as graphene, the new Corsa G Plus has all the makings of a Big Thing, delivering smooth, supple handling on straightaways with its 320 TPI and reliable grip on the corners, all without sacrificing low rolling resistance or weight. Ever-reliable KEVLAR makes an appearance in the Corsa G's construction as well, strengthening the already durable core spun casing to lower chances of mid-ride flats and help with longevity, delivering a tire you can be comfortable using during both your training rides and races.

    • Four compound construction featuring graphene
    • 320 TPI
    • Tubular

    Crazy Awesome Race Performance

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These are race tires, plain and simple.

    I own the clincher and tubular versions of this tire but reserve this one for races only. The tub ride quality is noticeably better than its clincher sister. I haven't had issues with flats except when the tread gets really low which happens fairly quickly. After about 2000 miles, plan on replacing these.

    Mostly the worst tire I ever had

      Great handling, awesome feeling and nice rolling resistance, but the tubular version is the worst tire I'v ever tried. Loses air avery hour, near 5 to 10 psi during a ride. Because of that if you hit a small rock o even a very tinny hole in the road you are 100% sure it will puncture.
      For more than $100 is inadmissible this quality. All of this, because of its material.

      The tube inside the tubular is latex so that's expected.

      Perfect

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      - Low rolling resistance (something i have to trust from other sources)
      - Easy to put on and align properly
      - Great handling in wet and dry condition
      - No issues in the gluing process
      - Typical puncture protection to previous versions
      - Expected racing lifespan around 500-600 miles, 600-1000 with an increased risk for a puncture, beyond 1000 miles i would not race the tire.
      - As always with latex tubes you will bleed air more quickly when compared to a buty tube. Typical air loss is around 2-4 psi per hour, specific conditions can alter this rate.

      Overall i would argue this is the go to racing tubular on the market.