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Challenge Dune Pro Tubular Cyclocross Tire - Blemished

Regular price $ 58.99
Regular price $ 109.99 Sale price $ 58.99
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These are blemished, shop-worn tires that have never been mounted or ridden. While the tire itself is first quality, it is dusty, and the sidewalls aren't perfect because they were touched with greasy shop hands. (after your first race, you won't be able to tell the difference...)

Many other retailers would try sell an item like this as "new" - it is offered at a steep discount here because it does not meet my customer standards for "new". Limited qtys at this special price, when they're gone, they're gone. Item pictured is a stock photo, not actual item.

The Dune excels in sand, hardpack, and even ice. The center of the tire features a small file or "pyramid" tread with bigger edge knobs for cornering. Offered here in the classic tubular "look" with black tread and tan sidewalls.

Fast-rolling and built for speed

Each Dune features a seamless latex inner tube with removable valve core for easy use with Challenge Extenders when used on deep tubular rims.

  • claimed 415 grams
  • PPS puncture prevention
  • 700x33c
  • 300 TPI Super Poly casing

    TECH NOTE: this is a tubular bicycle tire with a captive (stitched-in) latex inner tube (also called a "sew-up".) It must be glued or taped onto a tubular rim for safe use. It will not work on a traditional clincher wheel/rim. Proper setup is essential for your safety - if you are not qualified to install tubular tires, please seek expert guidance first. 


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    Return any new and unused item for a full refund (less shipping charges) within 30 days of your purchase. See full return policy.

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