The Vittoria Rally Tubular features 220 TPI cotton casing and grippy tread compound. This tough and dependable tyre is ideal for training or racing, with its long wear life. - A.D.
|Tyre Type||Dimensions||Weight||Min / Max PSI|
|Tubular||700 x 21||21-622||300/310g||100/130|
|Tubular||700 x 23||23-622||300/310g||100/130|
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I have ridden 3 pairs of Conti Sprinters, a set of Challenge CX, and a Dugast CX. Can't say I really notice a difference in build quality between these Rallys and the aforementioned tyres. I put off this purchase for two years because I read horrible reviews, but my girlfriend wanted tan sidewalls. So, they are really cheap, can be had in 25mm!, and they look great right out of the box. They mount (Mavic Reflex) just as well as any other tubular I have ever mounted. Haven't seen any 'bubbles' in the rubber, haven't flatted in the first mile, don't feel any abnormally high rolling resistance. I have ridden a couple hundred miles on them, and I can't think of any real reason not to buy them.
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Been riding on Vittoria tubulars for over 30 years. This is a first for black sidewalls. Wasn't sure about the look, but they are growing on me. So far they are holding up fine. Rode only once for 20 miles.
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