Vittoria Corsa Pro tire review - supreme performance, but worth the cost?

The latest Corsa Pro is seriously rapid, and the issues with expeditated tire wear seem to have been addressed - but does that justify their lofty price?

Vittoria Corsa Pro tires mounted on a rim
(Image credit: Future)
Cycling Weekly Verdict

The Vittoria Corsa Pro tires are probably the fastest tires that I’ve used. The grip is brilliant and they roll incredibly fast. They’re not too difficult to install, either, and hold they their pressure well with relatively little sealant to keep weight down for race day gains. At $99.99 / £90.00 they are probably the most expensive big brand tires on the market, but I would argue the speed they give you is worth the cost, especially over ceramic bearings and other far more expensive and far more marginal gains.

Reasons to buy
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    Easy to fit

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    Very fast

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    Wear seems less than previous gen

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    Fairly lightweight

Reasons to avoid
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    Very expensive

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The new Vittoria Corsa Pro tires build upon the already very successful Corsa range, and continue to be the Italian brand's flagship model. There has been a raft of improvements, upgrades and tweaks - which bears out in their performance on the road.

On the flipside, it's meant that what what already a very expensive model has seen yet another hike in its price. Does the performance justify the cost? We put them to the test to find out.  

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Andy Turner

Andy is a Sport & Exercise Scientist, fully qualified and experienced cycling coach, personal trainer and gym instructor. He spent 3 years on the road riding for a UCI cycling team and 7 years as a BC Elite rider. 


After graduating in 2020 with first-class honours in his Sport & Exercise Sciences BSc, he continued to pursue his interest in research in the field of sport science alongside setting up his coaching business, ATP Performance, and working for USA-based firm, Wahoo Sports Science. He balanced this with racing at international level, competing in prestigious events such as the Tour of Britain and the Volta a Portugal.