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The P7™ Sport is the ultimate all-round training tyre. It was developed to give racers and everyday riders the same confidence and control as racing products, whilst providing added durability. Paried with 60tpi TechBELT casing technology, it is optimised for modern wider rims to offer improved handling and comfort.

  • GRIP


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The PRO Compound is a road-specific compound that privileges durability and grip and is derived from the experience of the more racing-oriented SmartEVO and PRO Compounds, wisely tuned to obtain a more reliable rubber compound for those who are looking for a predictable tyre in any weather condition. The PRO Compound is a balanced compromise between grip and durability, developed for the riders who face multiple surfaces, long distances and variable weather conditions

P7™ Sport Size 24-622 / Weight 250gm / TPI 60 / Casing TechBELT Road / Compound PRO

P7™ Sport Size 26-622 / Weight 280gm / TPI 60 / Casing TechBELT Road / Compound PRO

P7™ Sport Size 28-622 / Weight 310gm / TPI 60 / Casing TechBELT Road / Compound PRO

P7™ Sport Size 32-622 / Weight 340gm / TPI 60 / Casing TechBELT Road / Compound PRO

The performance, safety, comfort and reliability of your road bike depend on the tyres you use. That is why it is important to choose road bike tyres very carefully.

Road bike tyres are specifically designed for riding on tarmac, on both the dry and wet. There are various types, which have significant differences depending on the specific use and the performance required. There are even models that have different weights and sizes to choose from.

Road bike tyres should be lightweight, to offer optimal performance whichever conditions you find yourself cycling in. Wider road bike tyres offer better performance and comfort because they have a larger contact patch. Sizes can be expressed in millimeters, with two values indicating the width of the tyre and diameter of the rim, such as “25-662”. Or according to the French standard, which indicates the outer diameter of the tyre and the width of the corresponding rim, e.g. “700x23C”.