Vittoria Rubino Tyre

Smokin Joe

Legendary Member
Harsh ride, murder to mount on a rim and not very grippy.
 

GrahamG

Veteran
Location
Bristol
It really is weird the different impressions that you get - I've done 500 or so miles on a pair which I bought because they were cheap (!) and agree that they aren't fantastically grippy but can't say I noticed much difference in ride quality, plus they were a cinch to fit and subsequently remove with CXP33's and an MA3. Only reason I took them off was to put Spesh Armadillos on for winter as they were on an old bike I parted out - they'll probably go back on in the spring.
 

gkerr4

New Member
Location
Blackpool
I have to say, I think they are pretty good on my shimano R561's - I have tried a few pairs - the regular rubino and the rubino slick - all have been the rigid tyre type and all have been fairly good to fit.

The regular rubino is slightly more grippy - especially in the wet - than the slick version, but the slick version is much more comfy - very comfy indeed in fact.

at £16 for two with tubes from wiggle you really cant complain!
 

dan_bo

How much does it cost to Oldham?
Location
Failsworth
Mine lasted nearly TWO YEARS of 4-5x weekly use WITHOUT A P***T**E. They were a bit slip-slidey towards the end though.
 
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