Racers’ dreams come true. This super light ‚Rocket’ answers almost every demand at one time: Incredible grip with extremely low weight and fully loaded with all the latest technology – 127-Evo-carcass, PaceStar Triple Compound, U-Blocks forming an open tread that has exceptional self-cleaning properties. Countdown begins!
Size: 28 x 1.35, 700 x 35C
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Rated 3 out of 5 by Gb023 Buona tenuta di strada
Copertoni con una buona tenuta di strada sia sul bagnato che sull'asciutto.adatto a tutti i terreni.un pò rumoroso sull'asfalto
11 February 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Anonymous No durability
After 400km's the back tyre is bald. Found grip good at 50 psi till I double pinch flatted, at 65 psi grip is ok, though they seem more resistant to pinch flats this way, it makes them a little sketchy on steep off road descents. Strangely enough I found them squirmy on the road at the higher pressures but not the lower. Wouldn't buy again for the rear as the knobs just disappear like pencil erasers. They are light and easy to change/replace innertubes. Front seems to be wearing okay, how about 3 stars for the front and two for the back.
03 May 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous No problems
Five stars as simply cannot fault these tyres, used in 5 cx races and a few training sessions only this autumn, I weigh 80kg, 6'2'', put 45 psi in and haven't punctured, but wouldn't go lower pressure for my weight. Tried to mount them tubeless but failed repeatedly. Read on some review site not even to bother trying as bead is too small/light. Very grippy, it's been a wet autumn and grip is good. The nobbles have made the harder packed and Tarmac sections slower to speed up on though. But can't fault the tyre for this, it does what it says in the conditions it's meant for.
21 November 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Anonymous Tyre deformed and resulted in blow out.
A very light and grippy tyre but suspect durability. Understandably noisy on tarmac. Just finished the Trans Penine Trail on first ride out on new bike with these tyres. After coming over Woodhead noticed deformation in rear tyre. Kept an eye on it and didn't seem to be getting worse. Lasted another 50 miles or so then it blew out. I was carrying a couple of small rear panniers probably 15kgs or so. I weigh 80 kgs. I had inflated the rear tyre to 75 psi. One off dodgy tyre?
20 July 2012