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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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Awesome tire already got 400+ miles great choice they roll awesome really recommend it very affordable.
Great spare. Keep it under saddle in case of flat. Does the job.
I’ve been using the Victoria Rally tubular tyres for 20+ years and have always been happy with them. They are relatively inexpensive, generally last a long time, and perform well. Recommended!
I live in a glass enriched road environment. One season April to October, I scored a puncture once each and every week. I usually keep a few dozen Tubulars hanging aging like good wine, but that year really cost a pretty penny, I love Tubulars. I been rolling on tubulars 43 years. On flatting Tubulars are secure handling and will roll evenly, allow braking to a graceful stop. Even with a side wall blowout. So finding a good, honest and economical source of Tubulars is essential to my cycling well being, and financial health. I have used Vittoria Rally's for decades, exclusively. The field of dealers selling them at a great price is getting smaller and smaller. ProBike is a awesome source. Fast, responsive, professional in all aspects: and a great source for good inexpensive Tubulars. Buy here with confidence
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.
I have used these for some years. They have served me well and at 23mm they are less liable to 'check' punctures through loose stones etc. Their main advantage is that they are able to be repaired without subsequent distortion which is common in more expensive, lighter racing tubulars. This is a major advantage to those who are living in areas with little quick access to bicycle supplies as well as the opportunity to extract maximum usage from each tyre. It is a well known adage that fitting new tyres invites punctures! It goes without saying that the retail price is remarkably low.
I am a big Vittoria fan and I ran the Rally for a number of years as a trainer tire but I switched to the Elite as I started to get numerous flats with the Rally and at first thought it coincidental but as time went on it was continuous. I would rather spend a little extra on the Elite and have fewer flats. You can always find a reasonable deal on the Elite somewhere if money is a big issue.
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.
Really good value, easy to put on. I found it best to not inflate them beforehand as some people advise, better to get the tyre over the rim then spend a bit of time making sure it is true with a little bit of pressure in. Roll nicely, everything you could expect from a tyre at this price.
After puncturing Corsa's and CX i was about to go mad. Tried these and feel that there is hope. A little stiffer in the casing than the others but you can drop the pressure a little. Road feel is not as good as the Corsa but still really good. Ideal real tyre