Found A Better Price? We'll Match It!
Price Match Guarantee
"This carousel displays a list of buttons that updates the main product image when a button is clicked"
Vittoria - Rubino Pro G2.0 Clincher Tire

Vittoria Rubino Pro G2.0 Clincher Tire

26% Off
$36.99 - $42.74 Original price:$49.99
Changing the size selection, or changing the selected color after selecting a size, may change the associated price

Select Style & Size

Select options
  • Select options
    • Black, 700x23mm
      sale $42.74
    • Black, 700x25mm
      sale $42.74
    • Black, 700x28mm
      sale $36.99
    • Black, 700x30mm
      sale $42.74
    • Red/Black, 700x25mm
      sale $42.74
    • White/Black, 700x25mm
      sale $41.99
    • Yellow/Black, 700x25mm
      sale $42.74



    Tech Specs

    3C Graphene 2.0
    700x23mm, 700x25mm, 700x28mm, 700x30mm
    Claimed Weight:
    [23c] 8.1oz (230g), [25c] 8.8oz (250g), [28c] 9.5oz (270g), [30c] 10.6oz (300g)
    Recommended Use:
    road cycling
    Manufacturer Warranty:
    1 year

    Rubino Pro G2.0 Tire

    While some cyclists may completely revamp their bikes on day of the race, others covet the familiar consistency of racing on your bike built up just like you've been riding all season. Vittoria's Rubino Pro G2.0 Tires make a perfect partner for those who want to get the same feel from their tire, whether it's race day or through their training regiment. The Rubino Pro builds on the familiar Rubino platform, using the same 3C and Graphene 2.0 compound structure that we've known for its logevity and strength, but substitutes in a foldable bead maerial that reduces weight to shed grams wherever possible.

    • A durable tire that transcends training to race season
    • Familiar Rubino platform elevated with foldable bead
    • Foldable bead sheds weight for a lighter ride
    • 3C and Graphene 2.0 compound is long lasting and tough
    • 150TPI nylon casing resists punctures and flats
    • Available in a range of sizes for any kind of cycling

    A very good tire for what I do...

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size

    A little bit of background; I am old. I am 66 (I hate to see that number when I type it) and I still ride a steel bike, a Waterford that was built for me almost two decades ago. Because of age and years of sustain injuries on the job, I am just not a fast rider anymore and century rides seem to indicate something that is related to my age now rather than distance. So, what does this have to do with tires? Simply this; the Vittoria is a very good tire for me and what I do. To try and stay in shape and keep me out of hospitals and all, I try to get a 20-25 mile ride in each day. Not very "studly" compared to many others out there, but hey, I am happy I am able to still do this. The Vittoria Rubino Pro G2.0 replaced the old and darn near threadbare Conti 4000 tires that were on my Waterford. I was not expecting what I got from the Vittorios that is, I expected something a lot slower but so far, I am pretty impressed with the speed of this tire. Roads near me have a lot of builders' debris and the Contis were not spared the abuse from this crap in the road, but the Vittorios seem to be able to shrug off any damage (so far). Damp pavement has not caused me to slip or crash as the Vittorios seem to have some very nice wet pavement gripping abilities (I live near Seattle so rain is no stranger to this area).
    I bought these as a training / everyday kind of tire and it seems that these fit that bill. For an old fart that is not scorching up the tarmac and not looking for 12 hours in the saddle but rather a rather nice few hours ride or so on something reliable and rugged these tires fill that bill rather nicely. Also, these are a rather handsome tire as far as tires go.

    I enjoyed reading this. Used to live (and bike) all over Portland Oregon for 3 years. Love from texas ✌️

    Great but.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I bought these because I can't get Contis 4000 anymore. They are a fast tires faster then the 4000s. I have right at 2000 miles on them and they are shot. See pic. I could always get 5000 miles on the Contis. I was hoping they would last as long.

    Great but.

    I have a very similar experience. I went to these after Contis, and while these do great in terms of ride and avoiding punctures, I wear through them much more quickly than I'd hope.

    I have a very similar experience. I went to these after Contis, and while these do great in terms of ride and avoiding punctures, I wear through them much more quickly than I'd hope.

    Good tire, perfect price.

      Very good option if you want to give more style to your bike. The design is simple and impeccable, I think about buying a pair of spare parts for my track bike!