Vittoria Corsa G2.0 TLR review

Vittoria's latest Corsa with its second-generation graphene-enhanced compound is faster and more durable than before

Cycling Weekly Verdict

Still the race tyre to beat, Vittoria has improved almost every aspect of the Corsa in this new G2.0 version. It's faster, provides more grip and is also a touch more durable than the outgoing version. It still won't last as long as an all-condition tyre but the performance is blistering.

Reasons to buy
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    Low rolling resistance

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    More durable than predecessor

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    Tubeless setup

Reasons to avoid
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    Still not a 'durable' tyre

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Pushing the boundaries of tyre and rubber technology and gaining a place in this years Editor’s Choice, Vittoria is on to a winner with the latest Corsa G2.0 TLR tyre. This Graphene enhanced race tyre has improved on what was already an outstanding tyre.

Vittoria's Corsa has always been the company's go-to race tyre and has been the choice of more pro teams than it's possible to list. And now Vittoria has introduced a brand new version featuring a new improved graphene compound. Vittoria has been extolling the virtues of graphene as an additive to its tyres for quite a while now. This wonder material boasts an almost unbelievable list of attributes and uses. For cycling, particularly when used in tyres, Vittoria claims that graphene can increase durability whilst decreasing rolling resistance; two attributes that are normally mutually exclusive – you can't have one without affecting the other.

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James Bracey

James Bracey's career has seen him move from geography teacher, to MBR writer, to Cycling Weekly's senior tech writer and video presenter. He possesses an in-depth knowledge of bicycle mechanics, as well as bike fit and coaching qualifications. Bracey enjoys all manner of cycling, from road to gravel and mountain biking.