Let’s face it, the tire 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 our Tangente line of tires in 2007 we did with a focus on leading edge airflow properties and how they interfaced with our rims. We 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, we have taken everything that we learned from Firecrest rim shapes and updated our 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.
Available in 25mm (RT25) and 28mm (RT28) widths to meet the preferences for wider tires among today’s road riders.
127 TPI nylon casing.
Low rolling resistance, high cornering grip provide speed and stability in any situation.
Ability to run lower tire pressures with reduced risk of pinch flats.
Max tire pressure 115PSI for RT25 and 100PSI for RT28.
No tire levers needed or recommended for installation.
Polyamide puncture protection layer under tread
60 ShA durometer rubber (Shore A)
Water-siping tread pattern
Designed for tubeless wheelsets only
292g, Tangente Speed RT25
302g, Tangente Speed RT28
110psi, Tangente Speed RT25
100psi, Tangente Speed RT28
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