Alternative to Specialized Turbo Pro 25C?

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CBJ
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by CBJ

Nobody stocks this tire locally and I am looking for a good alternative preferably I can source online for a good price?

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What do you mean "alternative"? Basically your question is "what's the best 25c-26c clincher tire?", right?

The Michelins are quite good, I think, as are Challenge and Grand Bois. But this is a very popular subject here.

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Sorry that is what I was trying to say. I tried to search but did not find a thread even though I very sure I have seen some.

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Pro4s, Open Corsas, 4000s, veloflex corsas/masters...take your pick.

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Bontrager R3 for a great all round and race tyre or R4 for a more race oriented tyre


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I'm really liking my Michelin Pro4 Service Course 25c tires. Previously had GP4000S and Veloflex Corsa, though both were 23c.
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