Goodyear Eagle F1 Tubeless tyres review

Do these tyres fly like an eagle or have they had their wings clipped?

Goodyear Eagle F1
(Image: © Colin Levitch)

Cyclingnews Verdict

The combination of the price, on-road performance and easy tubeless setup, make the Goodyear Eagle F1 a tough combo to beat

Pros

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    Dual-angle bead solves difficult tubeless setup

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    Supple ride quality

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    Price

Cons

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    Not using yellow logos is a missed opportunity

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Goodyear developed its first bicycle tyre in 1898, alongside a range of... umm, horseshoe pads and poker chips, naturally. Over the years, the American company phased out is cycling rubber, however in 2018, the automotive behemoth breathed new life into its rubber for pedal power with a full range of road and MTB tyres. 

Back in August, the brand introduced a new collection, which included the Eagle F1 'ultra-high performance all-around race tyres'. The market for road tyres is increasingly crowded, and I've been racking up miles on the new Tubeless Complete version in the 25mm width. Do they stack up against the some of the best road bike tyres from Continental, Pirelli, and Michelin, or have these Eagles had their wings clipped?

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