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  Roll-y Pol-y Tires (Rolly Poly) 700c x 28 - 10034


Availability: while supply lasts
product code: T103

Our lightest road tire. It has enough volume to be ridden as low as 80 psi, and there's no reason to ride it higher than a hundred. It's the favorite tire of many. Corners great, tough casing, smooth on the road. Should be your first choice in a light tire, but if you want the same kind of tire with extra puncture resistance, look at the Ruffy Tuffy.

293 grams

Compared to the wider Jack Brown 700x33.333:

Rolly Poly on the left, Jack on the right.

Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2   Write a review.

  0 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Sweet spot tire for rando bike January 11, 2013
Reviewer: Tom L from Northern Minnesota, USA  
Supple and light, these feel great on an all day ride and accelerate like a performance tire. If i ride a wider tire i really notice the weight. No so with these.
Much easier to mount on most rims than the Challenge Paris/Roubaix (which also perform well). I have not had a flat yet (600+ miles). Keep in mind, these are about 1/2 to 2/3 the weight of most  700x28 tires, so they will be livelier and probably faster than most while still being "tough enough"
My only slight criticism of this tire is it is delivered a bit shaggy with lots of molding flash (hair?) compared to other tires in its price range. It's OK on a $20 tire, but at $50 I'd like to see a little nicer finish. In the end, it doesn't affect performance one bit and I'm a very happy user.

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  2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
A breakthough product for me January 14, 2012
Reviewer: Gordon Roget from Lodi, California  
Year after year, my New Year's resolution was to give up tubular tires.  This is the tire that permitted me to give up my beloved Vittoria Pave CGs.  I use Mavic Open Pro CD ceramic rims and their width is fine with this tire.  I'm 170 pounds and use 70 psi front, 85 psi rear with a short rear stay 61 cm frame, no panniers. If you just have to use up those tubulars, start by putting one of these on the front so you'll be safe after a flat.

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