Anybody mounting Vittoria Pave's 25C or 27C

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welchy
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by welchy

Hi Everybody,

Currently dialling in my bike setup early to ride Paris Roubaix next year.

Wandering if anybody has measurements for Vittoria Pave in 25C or 27C mounted to a C17 internal width rim.

I am putting them on campag Zondas, so far my Conti GP 25Cs measure 26.8 at 100PSI on my rims, but I hear Vittorias are pretty true to size. If so I could get away with fitting a 27C Open Pave on my Nago C60.

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Tom

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by Marin

They'll be true to size on 17c I guess.

Good choice, I still think the Open Pave is the best riding clincher period, even compared to Grand Bois / Compass etc.

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Pave 25 on 17.5mm internal and 23mm external rim.

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They are true to size on 17mm internal width rims.

Yes the pave is the best clincher for grip and ride there has been . I wonder if the new Corsa control is the reincarnation.

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bm0p700f wrote:
Mon Dec 03, 2018 11:53 pm
I wonder if the new Corsa control is the reincarnation.
Since the new Corsa G+ rides much worse than the old Open Pave, I'd be surprised if the Control with added protection had a better ride - but I'd love to be proven wrong.

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1415chris wrote:
Mon Dec 03, 2018 10:44 pm
Pave 25 on 17.5mm internal and 23mm external rim.

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Amazing, many thanks for this. If they fit true to size my Conti GPs are measuring 26.8 on my rims at the moment so I am hoping I can get away with buying the Open Pave 27C!

Fingers crossed.

Thannks everybody!

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Marin oh that's a shame. Bring back the pave.

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Most important is, what tubes will you be running? I had the same issue during my first Roubaix, my bike would only accept tires up to 25/27mm. So i ended up getting a set of Challenge Strada 25mm open tubulars and mounted these with Challenge latex tubes. Heard the dreaded 'twoink' of the rim hitting a cobble about 5 times, but never had a flat. I'm pretty sure that a butyl inner tube would have flatted in such a collision with a cobble.
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Everywhere where you can pinch flat ist a perfect application for tubeless to be honest.

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So are we saying latex tubes is going to be the way forward for Roubaix? My only concern here was dropping psi along the way, which wouldn't be the worst I guess. It'll be 5/6hrs so not too bad.

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Roubaix is perfect for tubeless. If I go next year I will be using tubeless tyres.

The or cobbles are do rough you won't notice any difference between tubes types. Imho you need a wider tyre. The last time I went I used a 30mm tyre challange Strada Bianca at 55 psi and was passing almost everyone. Wider tyres are better.

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On my run next year i certainly hope to use the strada bianca 33mm tubeless. I hope to be wafting over the cobbles.
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