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 Vittoria Rubino Wire Bead Clincher Tyre
Vittoria Rubino Wire Bead Clincher Tyre
The popular all-rounder Rubino (wire bead) has the perfect mix of features for most amateurs, with the endurance for the toughest challenges. These tyres feature a 60 TPI nylon casing, has a technical tread pattern and long life tread compound.
 
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fromLondon, UK
Age : 25-34
"Very good quality tyre for a decent price.
Nice fine tread for city riding, which will be useful for knowing when to replace the tyre. Hard to tell with slicks, I find.
Don't know about puncture resistance yet but so far so good.
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Pros: Great Value
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 Vittoria Rubino Wire Bead Clincher Tyre
Vittoria Rubino Wire Bead Clincher Tyre
The popular all-rounder Rubino (wire bead) has the perfect mix of features for most amateurs, with the endurance for the toughest challenges. These tyres feature a 60 TPI nylon casing, has a technical tread pattern and long life tread compound.
 

Just purchased a couple of these tyres, but can't find a travel direction indication on the tyre. Which way should they be fitted?

Use the force, Luke.
Chevrons point forward when the tyre is on the bike.
2 years, 4 months ago
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JPLemond
London, UK