Tufo Elite Ride Tires - Tubular

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MSRP : $109.99

Product Description

Tufo Elite Ride Tubular 700c Tire: Tire provides comfortable, smooth and fast ride with minimum vibrations in the most demanding road cycling conditions. Special system of grooves in center and double diamond tread pattern on shoulder

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New Ride(s)! Tarmac SL4 Pro + Dolce Elite

Well, after 8+ years of riding the same Allez Comp Double, it was time for an upgrade. I really had my eye on a Roubaix, but as we all know, you have to ride different bikes to find one that fits your preferences. The family and I were out shopping last weekend for something that might fit our 1 ... Read More »

First ride on new Allez Elite

So picked up a '10 Allez Elite yesterday, today went out for my first road cycle in many years - did an slow (13 mph/avg i think) 22 mile ride on very flat roads. beautiful spring day, flowers out, bikers out... i am really amazed by the smoothness of the ride - of course i'm coming from riding a ... Read More »

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Ride Report - FSA Carbon Pro Elite Compact

I went out last night on my maiden voyage with my new FSA Carbon Pro Elite Compact crank installed...one word...WOW!! I accept that the "new" factor may have been kicking in, but as I road my usual evening training course I began to notice how I really wasn't feeling tired...my legs felt fresh. At ... Read More »

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