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Specialized S-Works Turbo RapidAir Tubeless Ready

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Options 700 x 26c Black In Store Now
700 x 28c Black In Store Now
Description When we began developing the new S-Works Turbo RapidAir tires with Deceuninck-Quick-Step, we had some lofty goals: Make the all-around fastest, lightest, and most puncture-resistant tires we`ve ever made. And of course, they had to have the ride quality of tubulars. Sure, it wasn`t easy, but one ride on them and you`ll never want to be on anything else. Just ask our World Tour teams-they`ve been racing and winning on them all season long.

The new design came from years of in-house development and testing. It features our new, patent pending construction that smooths out road imperfections and keeps rolling resistance low, while our exclusive GRIPTON compound leads the industry in both speed and cornering grip. Next up, the wide tread design and stable sidewalls deliver precise handling while diving hard into corners. All this adds up to a tire that rolls faster than a tubular, grips better in the wet and dry, and has the same supple ride. And finally, the cross-woven Blackbelt breaker is cut-resistant, but in the chance you do get a puncture, our new sealant plugs holes almost instantly.

But what about set-up? Follow our simple process and check our compatibility chart to ensure your RapidAir tires install easily on the rim, and can be seated with just a floor pump.

Casing: 120 TPI
Bead: foldable
Butyl wrapped bead = Tubeless Ready
Compound: GRIPTON
Flat Protection: BlackBelt
700x26mm, PSI 85-100
Approximate Weight: 260g
As with any product, specification is subject to change without prior notification. You are advised to confirm current specification before buying.
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