Vittoria has a history of success, with its tubulars and treads winning the greatest number of races. The Vittoria Pro CX cotton tyres feature 320 TPI (threads-per-inch) to provide outstanding flexibility and lightness. The ISOgrip compound provides much more grip and safety than before.
Corsa CX is the world's most known and most used cotton tubular tyres. The choice of champions and exclusive to Vittoria, Corsa CX delivers a uniquely supple ride and exceptional handling. - A.D.
|Tyre Type||Dimensions||Weight||Min / Max PSI|
|Tubular||28" x 21mm||21-28"||245g||115/200|
|Tubular||28" x 23mm||23-28"||250g||115/200|
|Tubular||28" x 25mm||25-28"||255g||115/200|
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Personally I think this is more reliable than their new G+, I have the new G+ from PBK but the valve base leak, write in to Vittoria but they didn't reply me.
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I bought 2 sets of 25mm vittoria corsa cx tubular tires to use for race duties after previously using the 23mm versions. I have used continental gp4000 tubulars but I prefer these - the difference is a smoother more supple ride which is probably down to the high thread count, cotton casing and a latex rather than butyl inner tube. Only downsides are cost, less puncture resistence (which can be an issue as I ride these to and from summer crits about 15ks from my home) and that they need pumping up before each ride. The quality of the ride outweighs those disadvantages and if you are prepared to carry either a spare pre-glued tire or a cannister to deal with punctures (and to learn how to self-repair these) then they are an excellent high performance race tire. Shame they don't appear to come with gumwalls in 25mm.
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