Vittoria Rubino Tyre The Rubino Pro rigid version, updated with all the new features: Nylon 60 TPI casing, synonimous of good performance. New Kevlar Endura 3D Compound, with high duration and exciting road-behavior. PRB puncture protection. Updated tread pattern, with Dot C.O.M. Vector Design. Grommet rigid bead (4 wires), for an easier fitting. Kevlar Endura 3D Compound - When making this new compound, we decided to capitalize on our glorious Kevlar 3D Compound and increase its wear-resistance. Superior tread-life. Very good grip, on all roads. Low energy absorption. Strongly recommended for its high-mileage, both training and racing. Vittoria Rubino Tyre Specifications: Sizes: 700 x 23c Bead: Wire PSI: 100/145 Weight: 310g Buy Vittoria Rubino Tyre from Chain Reaction Cycles, the worlds largest online bicycle store.
My [URL="http://www.jensonusa.com/!0kSbaaecw71Hr38FDAgFqA!/Rocky-Mountain-Solo-70-CR-Bike-2012"]Rocky Mountain Solo CR7[/URL] came with Fulcrum Racing 7 wheels and Vittoria Rubino Pro). When I initially put it together, I noticed that the wheels were true, but the front tire was not. I called suppor ... Read More »
I wanted to know from someone who's owned both the Vittoria Rubino Pro 3 Slicks and the regular Pro 3s how they compare to each other. I've always enjoyed the regular Pro 3 because it's durable, rolls well, and has good flat protection. I'm curious, though, to know if the Slick version offers any di ... Read More »
I've only really ridden on one type of tire, 23mm Vittoria Rubino Pro Slick. I've gone through 5 so far and I am getting around 1800mi out of the rear tire.
What are some other good choices which are about the same quality and price. If anything I'd like to get a little more tire lif ... Read More »
New wheels will be purchased soon. I have Vittorio Rubino Pro Slicks 700x23 on my Cervelo RS and I have about 1400 miles on it with no problems including inclement weather. I do enjoy a ride in the rain so I am wondering if my new set should have Pros (non slicks) that are also rated for wet roads. ... Read More »