The masterpiece of our production! Modeled on its predecessor "Servizio Corse" and more performing thanks to years of experience. A pro-competition tubular with outstanding grip and low rolling resistance. Its tread grants great cornering stability and traction control both on dry and wet roads.
The 350TPI corespun will give you the best available weight, resistance and comfort. Extreme comes with black coloured sidewalls for a more aggressive look that will match perfectly every wheel. - A.D.
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Racing tubulars are like red wines. Everyone prefers a Grand Cru over a two buch chuck, but which chateaux is best is arguable. Racing tubulars are the pinnacle of tires, but some prefer Vittoria, other Contis, others Schwalbe. I prefer Veloflex. All these tires offer excellent performance, especially feel, resistance and durability. The irony of tubulars is that they seem to be much more durable than clinchers. Which is a good thing because they cannot be repaired on the road, and are very difficult to repair normally. I just throw them away when punctured or cut. But honestly that's not too often and I certianly don't think tubulars are expensive on a smile per mile basis. Veloflex tubs are beautifully made, very consistent, round and straight. They offer competitive weights. Easy to install, and relatively easy to get straight. The Carbon is a great choice although I prefer the Extreme just because it weighs a little less. I do put a small amount of sealant in the tires which adds a little weight, but it works very well for goathead punctures all too common where I ride. I would have to put sealant in any tire I ride, so the Veloflex is still my weight conscious, high performance choice.
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