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Veloflex Carbon Tubular Road Tire

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Durable and long wearing, the Veloflex Carbon is tough enough for everyday riding, but fast enough for race day.

Features include a top quality 320 TPI core spun cotton casing, natural rubber exclusive compound, and a Calicot puncture resistant layer under the tread.

The Veloflex Carbon Tubular features a 36mm Presta valve with removable core and Latex tube. 145 max PSI. 700c x 23mm (23-622 ISO). All black. Handmade in Italy. Actual weight: 260 grams.

Weight: 260 grams

Application: Road Racing 

Tire Type: Tubular 

ISO (ETRTO) Size: 23-622 

Max Pressure: 145 psi

Threads Per Inch: 320 TPI

Made in: Italy 

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Reviewed 4/17/2014
by Anonymous
Competitive Racer
Colorado
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Simply look at the pro teams buy to ride. Veloflex when possible

Put simply, Veloflex is the benchmark for all racing tubulars. There are more supple tires, and more durable tires. But nobody matches the balance.

To the earlier reviewers: ALL latex tubes will drop that much PSI. These are racing specific tires you need to pump up before every ride. The fact that they include latex tubes is part of the reason they are faster. If you want a tubular that will hold air forever, buy a Tufo or Conti.

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Reviewed 2/3/2014
by Craig
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Central NJ
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0 of 5 customers found this review helpful.
Not yet ready for prime time

These are my first set of tubulars and I'm currnetly stretching them out on the wheels (Campagnolo Bora Ultra 35) and they seem to fit nicely and have a nice feel and tread pattern. However, they are losing about 40-50 psi over the course of a few days time... both front and back the same. So, I don't think it's the extension, as I applied plumbers tape to the threads and they appear tight. I bought a second pair of the same tires and expect the PSI reduction to be the same after seeing a previous post indicating a similar problem. But, I hope the ride is worth it.... yet I'm open to other suggestions.

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Reviewed 1/2/2014
by Anonymous
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Excellent grip, supple ride, but these do not hold air well

These tires have superb grip and ride very supple. They soak up bumps and give extreme confidence in corners due to their grip. I had 2 original tires and both dropped 40-50 psi after only 3 days. My rear tire picked up a piece of glass that made a 1/8 inch hole in it so I replaced it with my 3rd Veloflex Carbon. This too dropped 40-50 psi after only 3 days. If you don't mind pumping them up every 2-3 days these are great tires.

I replaced the set with Mavic Yksiums which only drop 5-10 psi after 7 days, and are cheaper.

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Reviewed 5/3/2013
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Happy with Veloflex Carbon Tubular

Purchased this tire when it was on sale. It fits easily on my Zipp FC 808 and Zipp 900 Disc and appears to ride well.

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Reviewed 4/15/2013
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My favorite tubulars for the this price range

Durable, very comfortable everyday tires that are wonderful to ride

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