"This carousel displays a list of buttons that updates the main product image when a button is clicked"
Vittoria - Terreno Zero G2.0 Tire - Tubeless

Vittoria Terreno Zero G2.0 Tire - Tubeless

37% Off
$33.99 Original price:$53.99
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
    • Anthracite/Black, 700x38mm
      sale $33.99
    • Gumwall/Black, 700x40mm
      sale $33.99



    Tech Specs

    3C Graphene 2.0
    700 x 35mm, 700 x 38mm, 700 x 40mm
    tubeless-ready clincher
    Claimed Weight:
    Recommended Use:
    Manufacturer Warranty:
    1 year

    Terreno Zero G2.0 Tire

    Not all of us are blessed with perfectly graded gravel roads, but that doesn't mean we don't want to take on miles of unpaved routes, exploring country roads just to find what's on the far end of them. If your riding conditions are a bit on the firmer side of things, deep knobby tires just aren't necessary on your gravel rig, and can even slow you down, so toss on the Vittoria Terreno Zero G2.0 Tubeless Tires and find a happy medium. The Terreno Zero aims to find a balance between slick and knobby by utilizing technology of the smooth rolling of Corsa line, and fish-scale knobs we see throughout other Terreno tires to provide reliable bite when you're booking it into corners.

    The tires receive Vittoria's TNT casing, which offers easy tubeless setup and seals for running lower air pressure for better grip and more comfort. Its 3C rubber compound includes Vittoria's exclusive Graphene2.0 for easier rolling, longer life, and outstanding traction on a variety of surfaces and its 120 TPI Nylon casing provides a bit more protection across rugged terrain.

    • Tires that keep things quick on the hard pack and asphalt
    • Slick center optimized for packed dirt and asphalt
    • Fish scale side knob offer braking and cornering traction
    • 3C compound with Graphene for smooth-rolling efficiency and grip
    • TNT casing is tubeless-ready with supple 120 TPI nylon carcass

    Hooked Rim Only

    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it


    I bought to mount on a set of Enve rims, not compatible.

    2000 miles during which I got 4 flats

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Size Bought: 700x65c

    I bought these last year and put them on my Scott Scale MTB. My riding is 90% paved trails, 10% hardpack dirt or gravel roads. I run the pressure at about 75 psi letting them get down to maybe 50 before I fill them up again. Last year I rode about 1100 miles and had not flats. This years I've had 4 flats all within the last month. As I look closely at the tire tread I can see multiple small slices and several tiny holes. Two of the flats were caused by pokes through the tire from what I guess was wire. Two flats were caused by tiny but very sharp pointed stones.

    The tight bead on these tires made getting them off my rims challenging. Getting them back on was not difficult at all.

    I really don't know if 2000 miles is great, average or so-so but I feel that 2000 miles on a set of tires is pretty darn good despite the flats. Maybe my luck will change with a new set of tires. That's why I've ordered them again. They ride well, are quiet and for my type of riding, a good choice.


    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: Runs small

    3 hours in, and I managed to mount ONE of the two tires and my hands are covered in blood. Soapy water, hair dryer, nothing did the trick. Nothing I tried would get the second tire to mount to the rim (yes, I was using tire levers). I finally got so frustrated that I decided to return the tires. I'm now having an equally hard time trying to take the tire off! These are by far the most difficult tires I have ever encountered to install or remove. I know they're "tubeless ready", but don't even think of using these with an inner tube - you won't even be able to get the tire off on the side of the road to fix a flat! Totally disappointed, and I will honestly never consider a Vittoria tire again.

    I agree. I found these tires incredibly difficult to mount, and once mounted, it was even tougher to get them to align properly to the rim without wobbling. I mounted these TNT tires with tubes in 35s (37-622). I did get them mounted and aligned after about three hours and they do ride really well compared to the Vittoria Zaffiro IV in 30-622. But I am nervous about completing a flat repair on the roadside.

    My 35s are true to size and outstanding

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

    I can't speak for other reviews but I can say that my tires are labeled 35s and the are 35s inflated. Now I've been able to log a few hundred miles on these, I absolutely love them. The ride is smooth and fast on pavement and are confident and grippy on packed gravel. I don't think they'd be well suited for loose and more technical terrain. But that's why I have a mountain bike.

    Mounting them wasn't any more difficult than other tubeless tires I've had. In fact it was a bit easier. Took less than one hour to mount both tires to a set of Boyd 36 wheels.

    I've also ridden the Schwalbe G-One All Arounds, also a great tire but less road-smooth and more gravel-adept. For the riding I do (mostly road and packed gravel) I intend to stick with the Vittorias.

    I'd certainly buy these again.

    wider than expected

      Was very excited to use these tires for some mixed surface training on some Fulcrum Racing Sport Disc wheels. However, after struggling for over an hour to get them on those rims, the 35mm size ended up being almost 40mm when inflated on those rims which caused them rub on my rear stays. I wasn't able to use them for my bike due to that but am still keeping the tires for future use on other rims and a different bike. Just something to consider in case they run big on other rims.

      these are labeled 700x38 not 700x35. buyers beware.....

      I ordered 700 x 38 and kept getting 700 x 35. What size were your tires actually labeled? Thanks