The Italian Tire Giant Conquers The Road Again
Introducing the Pirelli PZero Road Tire, the best all-around tire in its class. After years of experience constructing rubber tech for the motorsport industry, Pirelli has mastered the craft of bicycle tires.
The PZero Road has been specifically developed as a training tire for the fastest racers at the World Tour level. Pirelli designed this new tube-type tire with EVO compound and TechBELT casing technology to give great puncture protection, reliability, and comfort, while still remaining lightweight.
The tread pattern of PZero Road features the iconic lightning pattern from the PZero family. It retains grip around corners but rolls fast on straight roads. The additional siping in the tires allows the tire to shed water in wet conditions.
The EVO Compound is a high-tech formulation that provides excellent grip and low rolling resistance, while also offering a great balance of durability.
TechBELT casing technology is a tube-type carcass that was developed to provide puncture protection in a wide variety of conditions. It has a light yet flexible casing structure with an added layer of high-cut resistant fabric.
- EVO Compound for added grip
- TechBELT casing technology for added puncture protection
- Supple 127 Threads Per Inch (TPI) casing
- Grippy, but fast rolling all-around tread pattern
- Weights: 215g (24c) 235g (26c) 255g (28c)
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The product weight specified is an approximate weight based on the manufacturer's specifications (if available) or our measurement of one or two examples. For most products, the weight will typically vary by 5% to 10%.
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