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Super fast tyre for pure speed events, profiled for the latest wide-aero rims.
The Corsa Speed (Tubeless ready) has been measured at 40% less rolling resistance compared to the same product without pristine Graphene. Vittoria has done elaborate independent testing that clearly proves it is the fastest tyre in the world. Lab tests have shown a 32 second speed advantage over the nearest competitor after 50 kilometers.
G+Isotech® is Vittoria’s unique Graphene compound with revolutionary G+, as provided by technology partner Directa Plus. No compromise is necessary with this compound that is superior in speed (rolling resistance), grip, durability and wear resistance.
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As the title says, these tires are not very durable or puncture resistant. They do mount quite easily compared to other tubeless tires but they are so very thin on the tread. I usually get a full season out of my Schwalbe tubeless - about 6000km but the back tire of these Vittoria Corsa Speed G+ TR is already worn to the threads after maybe 1000km at most. The rubber on these tires does stick to the road very well in all conditions, perhaps since the rubber is a little softer than others and possibly why they wear out faster - or maybe just less rubber on them to start, to keep the weight down. I don't feel that these were any faster than Schwalbe's, though that is the reason that I wanted to try them. I am also giving the Conti GP5000 TL's a try next, since these will be coming off now. For the price, I will not go back for the Vittoria's.
My Review Title says it all! Based upon a trusted ride buddy's experience-based feedback, I chose these tires for a new bike/new wheelset build. My timing was "good" in that I was able to use a discount. Based on the first 300k use, it's clear that the tires are fast rolling. Tho' not tested on, say, a gravel sector, I have caught scattered gravel at speed and head-on with no cuts. So far, QUITE good!
Bought these as they can be used tubeless or with tubes except they are impossible to get onto normal wheels without using tyre levers and are then far too tight. Puncturing every inner tube was inevitable as the tyres are just too tight on the rims. These can ONLY be used as tubeless, don’t believe the hype.
I have been riding the Schwalbe One tubeless for TT's. These tires seem much faster. Fit true to size. Installed a 23c up front for a closer match to the wide Enve 7.8 clincher rim and the 25c for the rear Sub 9.