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Vittoria launches Terreno Zero: the new gravel tyres designed for mixed surfaces.
Terreno Zero has been designed treasuring the experience and technology of Vittoria cyclocross range Terreno - which encompasses Terreno Dry, Terreno Mix and Terreno Wet models - but adapted in order to match gravel usage requirements.
That said, Terreno Zero features a central tread pattern inspired to Vittoria top-of-the-range road tyre Corsa, and slightly angled hexagonal knobs on the sides. This particular tread design is aimed to attack paved and hard-pack gravel surfaces. The slick, central part of the tread ensures the supple feel and low rolling resistance you have come to expect. The trademark hexagonal “scales” minimize resistance in the rolling direction, yet provide dependable bite when loaded in the corners, and under braking. When your road ride transitions from pavement to dirt, the Terreno Zero gravel tyres are your choice.
Terreno Zero uses Vittoria Graphene compound. This revolutionary material allows for natural material barriers of rubber to be removed. This means that there is no longer the need for such compromises between speed, grip, durability and puncture resistance. Vittoria is the only tire manufacturer applying Graphene to tires compounds.
Considering the tire casing, Terreno Zero gravel tyres is available in TNT version. Conceived as the top-of-the-line tubeless-ready clincher for Vittoria MTB tires, TNT (short for Tube/No-Tube) is the obvious casing choice for racers who demand race day dependability.
Terreno Zero TNT features a Nylon 120 TPI casing construction with supplementary reinforcements. Reinforced casing means ultimate puncture protection. Although the additional Nylon reinforcements add some weight to the tire, it improves strength, resistance and puncture protection in way never seen before in any gravel tire available in the market.
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Terreno Zero TNT will be available in stores from the 15th October 2018.
Nylon 120 TPI