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The Challenge Chicane 33 Tubular Tire is a race-proven tire that's handmade to provide the utmost speed and grip on the cyclocross course. Ideal for dry conditions, the Chicane PRO has a fast-rolling file tread down the center and aggressive shoulder knobs that hook up when leaned into loose or grassy corners. Challenge's 300 TPI SuperPoly casing and latex inner tube gives the Chicane a super supple ride quality and lets the tire conform to the track surface for superior traction.
The Chicane 33 Tubular Cyclocross Tire is 700c x 33mm (33-622 ISO) and available with black tread and tan sidewall. 23-90 PSI inflation range. 415 grams.
Compatible with tubular rims only. Not compatible with clincher wheels.
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Fort Collins, CO
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These are great dry semi wet hard pack snow tire. They combined the best of both worlds, Limus, and a file tread to create an incredible all around tire. Worth having a set glued up. Money well spent!
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