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Vittoria Corsa CX III Tubular  Black - 700c x 23mm
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Vittoria Corsa CX III Tubular

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The Corsa CX is Vittoria's fastest tubular, pairing a traditional construction with innovative technology.

The incredible Corespun 320 TPI casing delivers a light and supple ride quality, along with comfortable performance at high pressures. But where this updated model really stands out is its new IsoGrip rubber. This high-performance road compound is specially reserved for Vittoria's Corsa line -- they call it the Formula 1 of cycling. It's been meticulously designed to meet the demands of the pro peloton, blending reliable all-conditions traction with unmatched speed.

Vittoria's light PRB 2.0 belt has also been placed beneath the tread for even better puncture resistance without slowing the tire down.

The Corsa CX Tubular is available in various colors, 700c x 23mm or 700 x 25mm (23-622 ISO). For use with tubular rims only. Recommended pressure: 115-145 PSI. Actual weight: 260g (700c x 23mm).

B-Stock - This product has one or more B-Stock units available. These units can be purchased at a discount (see option select). B-Stock units were returned from other customers and may have missing or damaged packaging materials. These units are otherwise as new. The full manufacturer warranty applies. Click Here for more information.

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%.

Weight: 260 grams

Wheel Size: 700C/29" (ISO 622) 

Tire Type: Tubular 

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Reviewed 1/10/2016
by BTRacing
Competitive Racer
Pittsburgh, PA
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2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.
Just Can't Find A Better Value

I bought a set of these for a dedicated race wheel-tire setup. It was my first experience with tubulars, and despite all the horror stories I read about mounting, I found them quite easy to mount (also used Vittoria's glue). Long story short - I'm going on my third season on the same wheel-tire setup (about 20 races in all - 800 miles), and never flatted. I've lined up with others who's NEW tubulars (other brands) would pop a few miles into a race, but my Vittoria's keep on going, with the original glue no less! I keep them stored in a wheel bag hanging in my garage between races and periodically check the inflation. I don't like for them to go totally flat. They are wearing evenly, and I expect it will be time to mount the new set soon (I liked them so much that I bought another set when they were on sale). Finally, they are fairly light - mine weighed in less than the claimed weight (245g), which I liked because I was aiming for a tubular that would weigh less than a good clincher-tube setup.

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Reviewed 9/9/2015
by mike
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1 of 3 customers found this review helpful.
Best all around road racing tubular

I have been on a quest to find the ideal road racing tire over the last few years. I have tried FMB, conti, veloflex, etc and keep coming back to Vittoria for a few fairly simple reasons

1. Easy to mount, the basetape is the perfect size for getting it square each time!!

2. No stretching necessary and they always come looking good and finished, unlike many other brands.

3. Good all around performance in wet, dry, dusty etc. Yes there are some better treads for wet riding but for an all around tubular this has been very good.

4. I have never flatter one yet, that is pretty impressive considering i have 10k racing miles on these, they just seem to keep on trucking, but i always replaced the tubular after 500-600 miles of racing.

5. Good price

The one negative is that they can get cuts easily, though i never have punctured.....yet. The tread life is pretty poor, in general just after 100 miles they will look pretty beat up, unlike veloflex which seems to last much longer. If you warm up a lot on a trainer do not use these tires as it will shred them pretty fast. I did one crit weekend with 3 crits warm updown on the trainer, at the end of the week the brand new tire was significantly worn down. The flip side is they have fairly low rolling resistance and overall good puncture protection for a race tire.

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Reviewed 6/8/2015
by Anonymous
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2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.
Best feeling road tire

These are the most supple tires on the market. Great grip and comfortable ride

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Reviewed 5/18/2015
by Anonymous
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1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.
Solid lightweight tire with excellent traction.

Excellent well proven race tire.

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Reviewed 5/12/2015
by COoldguy
Competitive Racer
Colorado
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4 of 4 customers found this review helpful.
great race tire

Have used this tire to race for the last couple of years. Love the feel of it as well as traction. The removable valve core has improved from the CX IIs and it is much easier to add sealant once the tire is glued. I've also used contis and schwalbes and I'd say the durability is on par with the rest. I have these on my race wheels and track wheels and with sealant, can make a full season (25 races or so) with one set.

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Reviewed 9/7/2014
by bikechefgr
Cycling Enthusiast
los altos
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9 of 9 customers found this review helpful.
Been riding 23mm for years but these are way smoother,better grip, and can ride at lower pressure&40105-110psi&41-quality excellent too.

Ride everyday on these and they seem to be better than older versions at preventing flats. Just got back from the Dolomites-they felt secure on extreme downhills. I've uses tubies for 30 years and these are the best quality I've seen. The wider size is a pleasure to ride on-lower pressure is a plus. I weigh 190lbs and use 105110psi.

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Reviewed 10/5/2017
by Anonymous
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Bullet Proof. Most reliable tubular tire I've ever used

Used these tires for hundreds of miles and have almost never flatted.

Even when you finally do a squirt of Stans works a treat )

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Reviewed 9/18/2014
by Al Abbott
Los Angeles
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4 of 4 customers found this review helpful.
The best?

Used for fast training and triathlons. Previously used continental competition - these ride very similarly with similar durability..

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Reviewed 9/5/2013
by Olympia rider
Competitive Racer
New fg Yawk
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17 of 18 customers found this review helpful.
I just rode a pair of these tires from NY to Pittsburgh. Top notch

AS the title indicates, I just completed a 400 plus mile trip on these tires. They stood up to the gravel and glass-strewn shoulders of Route 202 in New Jersey, and the rear tire picked up a staple in Reading, PA. Pulled it out with no puncture and kept on going. Granted, I weigh 152 pounds, and have hyper-vigilant riding habits, borne out of years of riding delicate tubulars. But these tires are everything I could have wanted- fast, fast, FAST, and super comfortable and grippy. All at the same time.

We've come a long way.

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Reviewed 6/12/2015
by Anonymous
Competitive Racer
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If you want to be the best, use the best

These are the best tubulars out there, light, durable and used by the pros. I use these exclusively for racing and have held up great, even on some of the part road/part gravel races we have here in CO.

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Reviewed 8/16/2013
by GreenCentury
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SLO, CA
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Nice riding tires

I use these on my Dura Ace C50 carbon rims. Previously used Conti 22's but decided to try 23's. These are a much smoother and sure footed ride. I race Cat 4 45, road races and crits. The Conit's lasted a whole season, so can't comment on longevity yet. For me I am glad I tried these, I really like them.

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