Lightweight Ultra High-Performance tyre for road race, time trial and triathlon competition
The Eagle F1 SuperSport is our fastest Road Ultra High-Performance tyre. Optimizing low rolling resistance with reduced weight, the Eagle F1 SuperSport is the go-to race day tyre for Road, Time-Trial, and Triathlon competition.
When Every Second Counts
Whether against the clock, facing down the competition, or achieving your personal goals, on race day only one thing matters: doing the absolute best you can do. We set out to create a tyre that maximizes your performance with no compromise. Minimal rolling resistance; paired with ultra-low rotating mass results in the no compromise race weapon.
Lightweight Ultra-High Performance
The Eagle F1 SuperSport features a thinner tread cap and smooth tread to lower weight and further reduce rolling resistance. Optimized for competition.
Tubeless Complete™ - Goodyear Bicycle Tyres proprietary design that features all the benefits of a Tubeless Ready (TLR) tyre with additional air retention properties.
A Multi-compound material layer is added to our high-pressure Road-UHP tyre casing allowing for improved air retention while providing additional puncture and cut protection with minimal weight increase. Our unique design means more sealant remains after installation, ready for the moment you need it.
Recommended sealant quantity 30-50ml per tyre. Quantity will vary dependant on rim design and rim tape used.
Graphene-Silica-Road - A proprietary blend of synthetic and natural rubbers enhanced with Graphene and next generation amorphous spherical Silica; our all-new Dynamic:GSR compound has been developed with the single purpose of expanding the ‘Magic-Triangle’ with improved Rolling Efficiency, Traction and increased Durability. The combination of Graphene, Amorphous Round Silica allows us to independently improve:
- Rolling Efficiency | +10.1%
- Traction | +8.0%
- Wear | +7.2%
% vs. standard compound Graphene up to 1 PHR.
Armour - Bead to Bead Cut and Puncture Protection. A lightweight Nylon Race fabric extending from bead to bead. We employ various fabric materials which are then formed with the casing to provide both cut and protection. We select our fabrics based upon not only the size of the tyre but also the tire’s intended use.
- Low rolling resistance with reduced weight, the Eagle F1 SuperSport is the go-to race day tyre for Road, Time-Trial and Triathlon competition.
- The Eagle F1 SuperSport features a thinner and smooth tread to lower weight and further reduce rolling resistance.
- Proprietary design features all the benefits of a Tubeless Ready (TLR) tyre with additional air retention properties.
- Multi-compound material layer is added to our high-pressure Road-UHP tyre casing allowing for improved air retention.
- The unique design means more sealant remains after installation, ready for the moment you need it.
- A lightweight Nylon Race fabric extends from bead to bead. Various fabric materials are formed with the casing to provide both cut and protection.
Occasionally, without notice, manufacturers change product design and/or specifications.
Tyre Size Guide
Whether you are replacing a worn out tyre or want a performance upgrade, it is essential that you choose a tyre that is compatible with your bicycle as well as your riding style.
To find out which size tyre you will need have a look at the sizing information on your existing tyre. You can find this information on the side wall of the tyres, either in coloured print or embossed in the rubber itself. Both rim diameter and tyre width are shown in the size info.
Road bike tyre sizing
MTB tyre sizing
You will notice that road bike tyres tend to me measured in metric units while mountain bike tyres use imperial units.
What Size Tyre Do I Need?
Ypu need to knnow your wheel size and tyre width when chosing a replacement tyre for your bike
Tyres are made to fit specific wheel sizes, so you need to know what size the wheel on your bike is.
The easiest way to do this is by looking at the tyres on your bike. On the sidewall you'll see a combination of digits such as:
700 x 28c (road bike wheel) or 27.5 x 2.4 (mountain bike wheel)
It’s the first figure that shows the diameter of the wheel or the wheel size.
The next figure is tyre width which is the other measurement you need to know.
Inner tubes are designed to fit a range of tyre widths, so the next thing you need to know is the width of your tyre.
This is shown in the second number that’s printed on the side of the tyre.
700 x 28c (road bike wheel) or 27.5 x 2.4 (mountain bike wheel)
When choosing an inner tube you need one with a width range that covers your tyre width as well as exactly matching the size of the wheel. See the tables below for examples.
Note: Sometimes metric sizes are shown as c instead of mm. This is just a different way of saying the same thing. A 25c tyre is the same width as a 25mm tyre.
Traditional and ETRTO sizing
Sometimes the sizing info is listed in two different ways; the traditional sizing method shown above and ETRTO sizing which lists the tyre width first and the rim diameter second. The rim diameter size is measured differently with ETRTO, for example:
This is a standard 700c road bike rim with a 23mm tyre width, which is the same size as 700 x 23c.
We recommend that you use the traditional sizing method wherever possible as most tyres that we stock use this system.
Traditional and ETRTO tyre size tables
If you are unsure which tyre size you need you can use our handy comparison table to find the correct size tyre
Road bike tyre sizes
|700c road bike wheels|
|18-622||700 x 18C|
|23-622||700 x 23C|
|25-622||700 x 25C|
|28-622||700 x 28C|
|32-622||700 x 32C|
|37-622||700 x 35C|
|47-622||700 x 47C|
MTB tyre sizes
|26" mountain bike wheels|
|50-559||26 x 1.9|
|54-559||26 x 2.1|
|55-559||26 x 2.2|
|58-559||26 x 2.35|
|27.5" (650b) mountain bike wheels|
|50-584||27.5 x 1.95|
|54-584||27.5 x 2.1|
|57-584||27.5 x 2.25|
|29" mountain bike wheels|
|50-622||29 x 2.0|
|54-622||29 x 2.1|
|55-622||29 x 2.2|
What are the different types of bike tyres
While road, mountain and hybrid tyres have their own specific differences there are some features that are common to all tyres.
- Clincher tyres - most bike tyres have a bead which hooks onto the rim to keep the tyre in place. Traditionally this bead is made from wire which is tough but heavy. Premium tyres use a folding Kevlar bead which is equally as strong as wire but is much lighter weight.
- Tubeless tyres - while regular clincher tyres require an inner tube to keep them inflated tubeless or tubeless ready tyres form an airtight seal with a compatible rim so you don’t need an inner tube. These are most commonly found on mountain bikes as they can be run at lower pressures without risking punctures.
- Tubular tyres - These are specialist road bike tyres that have the tube built into the tyre and are then glued onto a compatible rim.
Frequently Asked Questions
What size tyre do I need for my bike?
Look at the side wall of your tyre for any printed numbers indicating the size and width.
How do I know my bike wheel size?
The easiest way is to look at the side of your tyre. The size and width are printed on the tyre.
How do I choose a bike tyre?
Once the compatible size is known, choose an appropriate tread for the conditions you ride in.
Can I fit wider Tyres on my bike?
Look at your fork and frame where the tyre passes through, measure any available clearance to gauge what width tyre will fit.
Is a 28 inch tire the same as 700c?
700c wheels have a diameter of 622mm. While most 28 inch tyres are for a 622mm wheel, some are not. Check the ETRO number on the sidewall to confirm.
Customer reviews and Q&A's are disabled because you declined functional cookies.
To enable reviews and Q&A's click the 'Cookie Settings' button below and enable functional cookies.
Goodyear Eagle F1 SuperSport Tubeless Complete 700c Road Tyre
Christmas Delivery- this product is available for Christmas Delivery
I needed a pair of tubeless tyres which didn’t break the bank. I found these tyres online with Tredz which were reasonably priced. They’re of good quality and were delivered sooner than expected.
£5 off voucher
Sign up to our newsletter
Get all the deals and special offers first
Finance is subject to application, financial circumstances and borrowing history. Performance Cycling Limited FRN: 720557 trading as Tredz are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. We are a credit broker not a lender – credit is subject to status and affordability and is provided by Mitsubishi HC Capital UK PLC. Terms & Conditions Apply.
Learn more about Pay in 3