The Twister 700c is a 'fully lugged' 700c tyre designed for cyclo cross and all-round trekking performances. Available in three sizes 700x32/37 & 42. The 32mm is the choice for cyclo-cross riders who need a tyre that'll perform well in a variety of conditions (available in wire or folding bead). The 37 & 42mm versions are aimed at the hybrid owner who spends a lot of time riding off road, with the new wider 42mm option giving extra comfort & even safer handling. Featuring Endless Edge® tread design, the TwisterPro 700c uses five-sided lugs oriented to provide consistent and predictable handling when cornering and braking.
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listen to the guy's breathing, sheer terror, man. pound for pound i dont know there is any form of meterological anomaly more terrifying. and these arent even in the first category. cat one can blow close t ... Read More »
So, my will power took a back seat... (yet again) and the fruit of that event was this bike. A 2006 Guerciotti Twister. I built it with Record/Chorus mix and Proton wheels. For me to keep this bike, I agreed (with the Mrs) to list my 2005 Wilier Triestina Lavaredo (Campy Daytona w/ Vent ... Read More »
Just got the $19 Conti's from performance. These things are no where near 37mm.
31.65mm sidewall to sidewall
34.27mm Treadblock to treadblock.
on a 13mm inside 20mm outside rim (FIR Net 97)
Made in Taiwan
Labeled as 28x1 3/8 x 1 5/8Read More »
I see these tires on sale for about $20 right now. How are these tires as cross tires? Are they worth it?
I have used the twisters on a MTB tire and thought they were pretty good tires, definately were fast and offered a lot more traction than they look like they would have.
Buy or skip (wou ... Read More »
Does anyone have an idea where I could scare up a pair of 37 x 700c Conti Twister Pro cross tires in the US? Webcyclery had them for a while and sold them all out.
Any other suggestions for cross tires in the 37-38c range that would be suitable for trail riding? I can't fit anything bigger than ... Read More »