Vittoria Rubino Pro Tires - Clincher

3.76/5 (68 Reviews)
MSRP : $45.99


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Product Description

  Vittoria "raises the bar" for what concerns the standard casing quality level of modern nylon race tyres. Up to now 120 TPI casings were considered as good performing, now the new benchmark has been set to 150 TPI, that means lower...


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Evan Siegel a Recreational Rider

Date Reviewed: June 20, 2013

Strengths:    No Flats

Weaknesses:    None that I've noticed.

Bottom Line:   
I'm relatively new to the road game, but have been a Mt. Biker for 20 years. The Rubino Pro came stock on my bike and after riding them for a year/ 2-3 thousand miles, I'm very happy to say (knock on wood) I haven't flatted on them. While I can't speak of a comparison for weight/grip, I never felt them to be sluggish or under par when cornering at speed. The fact that I haven't flatted in so long is impressive. The tires are 23 in width and I run them at 120 psi. THey are finally starting to show some wear, so a buddy of mine recommended the Vittoria Diamonte Pro and 25 width. I'm going to give them a shot and at least I will start to have a comparison.

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Bike Setup:   Cervelo R3


Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Rob Harrison

Date Reviewed: September 28, 2012

Strengths:    Great confidence in the wet. Long lasting. Reasonably priced. Large variety of colours.

Weaknesses:    The new version with 150 threads per inch are the ones to get, with improved comfort and less rolling resistance.

Bottom Line:   
I notice that some reviewers have mentioned susceptabilty to cuts in the treads. I have never experienced this and have been using Rubinos for several years.


Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:4
Submitted by Steve from melbourne

Date Reviewed: September 15, 2012

Strengths:    As an all rounder this tyre fits the bill admirably, living in melbourne where we can often get 4 seasons in one day it's a good value fit

Weaknesses:    Susceptible to Knicks and cuts

Bottom Line:   
Ive tried all sorts but always came back to the rubino, so some plus 40 yrs experience and I always come back to them.


Overall Rating:2
Value Rating:2
Submitted by TomR a Commuter

Date Reviewed: August 1, 2012

Strengths:    Rolling resistance, High Pressure, Grip, light

Weaknesses:    Durability, cut resistance,

Bottom Line:   
Very disappointing in the tires, I bought them as a fast commuting tire (about 25 miles a day). Was drawn by high pressure and past reviews. Tire just did not hold up. I've run Tioga City slickers for years which averaged 1500-2000 miles before substantial damage or squaring off. Changed to 700C wheels this year and needed to find a new tire. This tire (the Vittoria) lasted about a month and a half maybe 500 miles. Rear tire eventually sliced open (1 inch or so) without my hitting anything significant. Examining the tire there were slices all over the tire (never saw this on the Tioga's running the same route). Front tire is also already squaring off. Tire grips nicely in both good weather and wet I like the high pressure and weight. But with a durability issue like this I won't buy them again. Suggest avoiding them.

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Favorite Ride:   Kingdom Trails

Price Paid:    $42.00

Purchased At:   Arts Cyclery

Similar Products Used:   Tioga City slicker, Michelin Pro Race, Michelin Lithium, Michelin Krylion Carbon.

Bike Setup:   Soma Groove, running 700C wheels, Carbon Fork, 24Gears,


Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:4
Submitted by dave

Date Reviewed: April 24, 2012

Strengths:    durable thread, good properties on wet and when cornering; not had them long so cannot speak re life span / mileage

Weaknesses:    price; seem stiff when fitting

Bottom Line:   
never heard of clinchers? Vittoria RUBINO PRO are definitely my favourite so far, good choice of colours and wide range of recommended pressure / PSI




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