All Pirelli Gravel Bike tyres let you ride in any weather which means you only need to choose the tyre that best suits your riding surface in order to have all of your bases covered at your favourite gravel riding spot. This Pirelli Cinturato Gravel TLR Hard Pack Tyre has a packed, low tread which is ideal for riding at high speeds on compact, rocky terrain, be it dry or wet.
Gravel Specific Tread
When cornering at high speeds on hard surfaces, it is important to have excellent feel without sacrificing smoothness which is why the height of the knobs on the PIRELLI CINTURATO GRAVEL HARD TERRAIN TUBELESS READY TYRE is reduced to increase smoothness and limit deformation when cornering on terrain. The tread on this gravel-specific tyre consists of low, densely packed knobs and is made with a rubber compound that guarantees grip, high adaptability to the terrain and, at the same time, high resistance to wear.
Improved Rolling Efficiency
What you come up against when going off road - loose rocks, hard pack, water or roots - is all part of the adventure but the mechanical resistance and chemical grip of the SpeedGRIP Compound used in a PIRELLI CINTURATO GRAVEL H TYRE greatly reduces the ability of sharp objects to penetrate or cut through the tyre. The SpeedGRIP Compound formulation makes this tyre ideal for on and off-road rolling efficiency coupled with high tear resistance and high wet grip.
You'll ride faster through the corners, and maintain higher than average speeds elsewhere on a PIRELLI CINTURATO GRAVEL H TYRE. It's constructed with a multi-ply 127tpi Nylon casing employing a woven fabric bead-to-bead layer. Add to that a TUBELESS READY Aramid folding bead which is optimised for wide modern rims and you'll enjoy a much lower ratio of punctures than your typical setup and be able to ride quickly and confidently in dry or wet conditions.
Grab Your Gravel Bike Extras Too
Rides no longer end when the tarmac runs out because gravel bikes are built to withstand some rather ferocious terrain and give you the freedom to go just about anywhere. Must have's on any outing are spare tyres and tools (including chain tools and links) because, while heading away from civilisation has its perks, it will bite you on the bum if you’re ill-equipped for a mechanical breakdown. If you're replacing a tyre today ask yourself if you need to restock with associated spares or maybe update or replace a tool or two before you complete the transaction in your 'cart'.