About Zipp Tangente Course Folding Clincher Tyre
Let’s face it, the tyre on your bike makes the primal decision for the rest of the system, both where the airflow is going to go and your connection with the road.
When Zipp introduced their Tangente line of tires in 2007 they did with a focus on leading edge airflow properties and how they interfaced with our rims. Zipp worked with an industry-leading manufacturer to develop the tire casing and tread compound, but did not have as heavy of a focus on rolling resistance.
For 2015, Zipp have taken everything that we learned from Firecrest rim shapes and updated their tire technology to not only maximize airflow, but also optimize rolling resistance. We are excited to introduce the all NEW Tangente line of tires: Course, Speed, SLSpeed.
Intended use: Racing and training
Optimized for dry road conditions
120 TPI nylon casing with nylon puncture protection strip
New aero tread pattern
Sidewalls designed for supple and compliant ride feel
Rubber formulated for grip and acceleration
Very low rolling resistance; saves power
Size: 700 x 23c, 700 x 25c, 700 x 28c, 700 x 30c
Weight: 205g (23c), 215g (25c)
TPI Thread Count: 120
Puncture Protection: Yes
Intended Use: Racing, Training
More About The Manufacturer ZIPP
Zipp Speed Weaponry serves a select group of elite companies and athletes, globally located and committed to bicycle & wheelchair competition. Zipp meets customer's needs for the highest performance, superlative quality components through innovative design and manufacturing utilizing the best material and technology available.
Zipp is built on mutual respect, delivery on promise and fastidious attention to manufacturing details. They do this by providing exceptional customer service and aggressive marketing, supporting distribution through dedicated dealers, distributors, OE's and direct sales. Market share growth is achieved through continuous product and process improvement, adding new products, additional categories and expanding the distribution channels.
Zipp are a manufacturing company located in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA and part of the SRAM group.