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700x25c Cyclocross tire?

Old 05-15-10, 11:20 AM
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700x25c Cyclocross tire?

Has anyone seen a 700x25c cyclocross tire? My roadie will be seeing some off roadie while we tour yosemite. Thanks.
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Can't say that I have, but a decent urban tire, such as the Panaracer Pasela, should be sufficient on dusty or packed gravel trails. For loose gravel/rocky or soft surfaces, you're just really gonna want something with more volume.
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I'd certainly want more volume if the need arises. I think a 700x28 would fit. Any suggestions?
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It has a wire bead, but maybe this--in a 28mm:

https://www.biketiresdirect.com/pvirn...ur_tire/pp.htm (and in black)

I haven't seen any cyclocross tires thinner than 30mm.

Oooooh, just saw this in 25mm:

https://www.biketiresdirect.com/pscma...us_700c/pp.htm
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Many of the Tufo cross tires come in 28.
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Kenda Kwick is labeled 30, but it's not much more than 28. I was able to fit it (barely) under Tiagra calipers on my old Trek 660. FWIW, they do great on dry hard-pack, but pick up way too much mud to use when wet.
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Vittoria Randonneur Cross Pro comes in a 28mm. I don't know if the people here would consider it a "cross" tyre, but since you're actually talking about touring, it's probably the right tyre - if maybe heavy for you. I have a 32mm and 35mm.
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