Vittoria Rally Tubular

 
5.0 stars
 (2 Reviews)
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Description

Many experienced riders place their trust in Vittoria tubulars, and the Rally upholds this tradition of quality at a sweet price. Vittoria's Kevlar 3D-compound tread provides outstanding handling and cornering, reduced rolling resistance, and a smooth, quiet ride. Plus, the cotton casing sports a full 220 threads per inch for the supple road feel that you look for in a high-quality road tire.

Weight:
- 300 grams (21mm)
- 310 grams (23mm)
- 320 grams (25mm)

Features & Info

Vittoria Rally Tire Benefit Graph

Vittoria Rally Tire Benefit Graph
700 x 21c
700 x 23c
700 x 25c

Consumer Reviews

 
5.0 stars

(2 reviews)

100% of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Resistant To Element  (2)
  • Durable Rubber  (2)
  • Multi-Use 
  • Great Traction 
  • Price 

Cons

  • Fixing Flats 

Best Uses

  • Road Biking  (2)
  • Casual Riding  (2)
  • Upgrade 
  • Racing 

 
5.0
May 06, 2011

Excellent Value!

Pros:
Resistant To Element, Durable Rubber, Multi-Use, Price
Cons:
Fixing Flats
Best Uses:
Racing, Casual Riding, Road Biking
Awesome tubs at awesome prices. If you're on a budget (and who isn't?) the 700x21 size fits most rims for an excellent training/racing/performance tub. Need a softer ride? The 700x23 is also a wonderful choice - and the Kevlar belts make this the dominant choice for all-around performance. To extend your time and defend against flats (and repairing a flat tub is NOT a roadside repair!) use an internal sealant. I LOVE these tubs!!!!
by Darkman from Halifax, NS

 
5.0
Feb 24, 2011

Durable and Good Ride.

Pros:
Resistant To Element, Great Traction, Durable Rubber
Cons:
Best Uses:
Upgrade, Road Biking, Casual Riding
I have used these tires on all my bicycles for years. They last long time, the tread wear is good, and it handles very well, even on wet surface. They are good weight for training and all around riding. If you have carbonfiber wheels, with 10 or 12 spoks buy more expensive tires (240-260 grms.),but with my old aluminium wheels with 36 spoks they do just fine.
by TeePee from CUPERTINO, CA