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Kees
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by Kees

He guys,

I’m looking for a set of tires but I don’t know with one..
I like the profile of the tufo but I’m ryding cylinder. So I can choose for the C Prestige 30mm and 375gr I don’t know what the cost..
Vredestein makes a similar tire but then a cylinder weights 365gr and costs 29,95 euro.

I’ll be using the tires for training and some races next winter.
Are there any other tires recommended?

Gr kees

Ps I’ll post my new specialized tricross soon!!

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Boogie
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I train with clinchers. And I like the michelins muds very much. they are good in mud. for dry roads the sprint is good. the prices are arroud 30euro.

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by mascott

Another vote for the Muds.
There that good, that cross pro's will cut the tread off them and get Dugast to stick them to his very expensive tubs.
Get the earlyer green ones if you can, there better and rare now. I was lucky to be given some.

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the green ones are very rare. I don't believe any shops sell them. If you can buy them from someone else you have to do that.
But a black red bike( I guess you have that frame) with green tyres looks akward

Kees
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Yes i have the black-red frame. and the only green is in the wcs stem/bar/seatpost. so i don't think i will put up some green tires.

i'm thinking about Vittoria cross XG pro. they have a silver profile.
does someone have experience with them?

gr kees

ps were to buy tufo elite cyclocross online?

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Boogie
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I only know a teammate ride with the tubular version and they are not so flexy as the other tubulars.

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Cyclocrossworld.com has tufos online.

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