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Veloflex Record Clincher Folding Road Tyres - 700c is no longer available at Merlin Cycles. However you may find an alternative or updated product below.

This item was discontinued 13th August 2019.

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Code: VELOFLEX-RECORDCLIN
Veloflex Record Clincher Folding Road Tyres - 700c

No Compromise! That's the keyword to describe Veloflex's Record clincher tires. A clincher created to beat all the records, thanks to its feather-light weight, outstanding grip and cornering stability. The full diamond tread pattern will push you to the extreme while cornering without ever losing traction and control. The 350 thread per inch corespun casing allows the lowest possible weight without compromising strength,  and comfort. Perfect for time trial, record, hill climbs and track competitions.


Features:

  • Use: Time trial, fast hill climbing, record attempts, track
  • Size: 700c x 23mm
  • Weight: 130 grams
  • TPI: 350 Threads Per Inch (120/cm)
  • Pressure: 9/10 bar (130/145)
  • Protection Belt: Calicot puncture resistant layer
  • Casing: Compressed Pes/Co corespun cotton
  • Rubber tread: Natural rubber exclusive compound
  • Mileage: Front 2,000 km - Rear 1,000 km
     
Mr SIU Best road tyres ever, recommended for performance riders.
Andy Brilliant clincher for track. Supple, grippy on the boards and low rolling resistance. Will wear quickly on an outdoor concrete track, but nothing better indoors. Great value at Merlin too!
Andy Fantastic tyres. Bought for use on the track - about the closestest thing to tubs there is.
Mr Fionda For me, these are the best clinchers out there. So supple and fast, giving a great ride and road feedback. May not last as long as some of the heavier stuff, but you don't expect that.
Mr Brodie The benchmark for clincher tyres for track cycling and was not disappointed. A little hard to get on and please remember sand paper them up before using them on the boards or you will slide all over the place (as my son found out). Alternatively get some laps done on a concrete track and that will do the job.