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Vittoria Terreno Zero, a Gravel tyre designed to ride at full speed on mixed routes

Vittoria expands its extensive range of tyres with the launch of the Terreno Zero, a new tyre targeted to the Gravel segment. What's so special about the tyre? It combines a central pattern inspired by the Vittoria Corsa road tyre with a side tread inherited from the Vittoria Terreno cyclo-cross tyres, which in terms of performance means a tyre with very low rolling resistance but with sufficient grip to tackle asphalt routes mixed with compact dirt tracks.

At TodoMountainBike: Vittoria Terreno Zero, a Gravel tyre designed to ride at full speed on mixed routes
Side grip with minimum rolling resistance, the keys of Vittoria Terreno Zero.

In addition to a smooth tread combined with two hexagon block sidebands, Vittoria Terreno Zero makes use of Vittoria Graphene compound, an advanced material that enhances the natural properties of rubber by introducing graphene into the rubber's molecular structure. With this technology, Vittoria is able to increase the performance of its range of tyres in terms of durability such as resistance, lightness and grip.

Vittoria's new Terreno Zero comes to the stores in two sizes, 700x35c and 650x47c (27.5 inches), the first with a declared weight of 490 grams and the second of 550 grams. Both versions have a 120 TNT TPI casing compatible with tubeless or inner tube mounts, available from mid-October at a recommended price of €48.95.