The Tacx Clincher Turbo Trainer Tyre will allow you to train at home, without the need for stepping foot outside. Boasting a special rubber compound which prevents slipping, wear and overheating, it also produces a quiet ride for minimal disturbance. - L.M.
If ordered before 9pm, delivered by courier next working day. Available on orders placed before 9pm (2pm weekends and Bank Holidays) for delivery next business day. Applies to most delivery addresses within mainland UK.
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I have ridden both this & the Conti variant. There is no difference that I can discern. They both roll smoothly on the turbo. They both roll quietly. They both wear well. Neither slips on the turbo.
If I had to decide between them, then I would lean toward the Tacx. The blue tire is obviously an indoor tire & you're unlikely to forget about it & ride it outdoors. However, the Tacx is $20 more than the Conti - the convenience of the blue reminder isn't worth $20 to me.
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I am now on my second set of these tires on a road bike on a trainer. I find that they grip the roller well and are very smooth and quiet when I am riding. I don't know the miles I rode on the first set, but it was a lot. It was at least an order of magnitude the number of miles I would see by sticking old road tires on the trainer.
I would never think of taking these outside (helped because my trainer bike is an old bike left 100% on the trainer).
I would recommend these highly. I use a Tacx trainer with them.
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