The Terreno Zero from Vittoria is a gravel tire designed with paved surfaces and hard-pack terrains in mind. The Corsa-inspired smooth center tread minimizes rolling resistance while the side tread "scales" provide dependable bite through corners, and when braking. Perfect for fast rolling rides on rougher pavement and mixed surfaces.
Features & Specs:
- Great for hardpack and mixed surfaces.
- Bead: Clincher
- Type: Folding, TLR (Tubeless Ready) and more extreme TNT tubeless versions.
- Casing: Vittoria Gravel
- Compound: 3C with Graphene
- Weight: ~560g for 584x47 TLR
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Weight: 560 grams
Wheel Size: 650B (ISO 584)
Tire Width: 47mm (1.9in)
Tire Type: Tubeless Ready
650b x 47mm - TNT Anthracite/Black
Mfg PartNum: 11A00087
I am hard on tires, but I have had good luck with Vittoria Terrenos in the past. This time, both of these tires had numerous visible cuts and multiple plugs after about 250 km running tubeless. I removed them and switched to something hopefully more robust.
I installed these on my Scott Scale 29'er. My riding is 90% on paved trails, 10% on hardback dirt trails. I chose this tire because I no longer do any mountain biking and wanted a smoother rolling tire for my mountain bike. I've been very happy with the ride and longevity of these tires. I usually run them at 65psi.
I just put a new pair of these on my bike. The last pair had 2000 miles on them and I probably could have ridden them for a few hundred more miles but the tires, had numerous small slices in the tread due to wire cuts, glass, sharp stones (apparently.) I never experienced a flat on the first 1800 miles. As fate would have it, I was plagued with 5 flats during the last 200 miles. Two were due to sharp wire (what I assume is from exploded tire debris on the side of the road), two were punctures due to running over Goat's Head weed and the last was due to a tiny, sharp arrow head shaped stone. So I finally decided to just buy new tires at that point. I've already gotten another flat with the new tires due to a tiny sharp wire. Dang. Really not the tires fault though and overall I think these are great tires for the trail riding that I do.
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