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S-Works Mondo 2Bliss Ready T2/T5

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Calling the S-Works Mondo just an endurance tire is an insult. We believe it’s the fastest piece of endurance engineering on earth. Delivering everything riders demand from a class-leading endurance tire — long miles durability, all-weather traction, incredible puncture protection — and amplifying it with the performance riders want, like best-in-class efficiency and light weight, the S-Works Mondo tubeless tire is the fastest endurance tire ever. 11% more efficient and 5% lighter than any other endurance tire on the road*, it’s our go-anywhere, do-anything, optimum combination of speed and durability.

Available in 28, 32, and 35 mm widths, you’ll be ready for anything the road ahead throws at you. The World Was Made For Mondo.

*When measured in a lab setting S-Works Mondo showed the lowest rolling resistance numbers and lowest weight of any competitor in its class.

Rider Reviews

  • 4.3
  • 20 Reviews

Can't go wrong!

Great product, great price. Confident riding tire, performs flawlessly!

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Bradley W.

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Great at first then horrible tubeless performance

At the 800 miles mark, these are losing air like crazy through the porous sidewalls, even with lots of fresh sealant. Never experienced this with Conti 5000 or Schwalbe Pro One. It's horrendous, as I need to reinflate tires every ride... after four days they are at 18 psi from 70psi. Totally hate them as a result, and since thread has plenty of life I feel badly throwing them away. Avoid. Pros: long wear, no flats, good grip on dry and wet, good dampening. Cons: loses 20psi a day, not the fastest or lightest.


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Max

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Durable and Great Descenders

I have put 1,000 miles on these and the wear indicators look like brand new tires. They send me twisting through descending switchbacks like I’m on rails.


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Daniel

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32 Mondo’s on a Cervelo Caledonia

I put 800 miles on this tire, mostly on the Tucson Loop. Great tire.


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Gary

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Purchased these to put on

Purchased these to put on C38s wheels. Perfect tire for roads, looking forward to new season in 2024 on these. Will update once I ride more to report how the tubeless setup is working out on these and if the sealant is able to seal punctures.

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Andrei R.

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S-Works Mondo Tire Experience

Purchased for off season base miles and exploring new routes, these roll great and feel burly enough for the occasional gravel sections or rough roads. The Mondo’s have also setup tubeless very easy with a floor pump and have barely lost pressure when I check before each ride. Which most road or gravel tubeless tires I’ve used are flat after a few days of sitting. I’d highly recommend these.

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Gus M.

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Fast delivery

Fast delivery and the products look good. I haven’t used them much yet but they have been very good so far.

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David H.

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Bad Tubeless

Wish these would hold air. I tried every trick in the book to get these to hold air properly; fresh sealant, leave them on their side overnight, etc. No luck. On the road they’re great but having to inflate them EVERY ride is a dealbreaker. Going back to the tried and true Roubaix 2BR’s till this is fixed.

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Andy

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Good on road, but weak sidewalls for gravel

Got these in 35mm as an allroad tire. Smooth and comfy on the road. Reasonable on dirt and mild to moderate gravel, though maybe a bit sketchy in loose stuff. My set has weak sidewalls though. After one ride on gravel, I was having sealant seepage from the sidewalls. On slightly chunkier gravel, I got a through-sidewall puncture that was not sealable. Now I've got one tire with like 200 miles on it and one that needs to be tossed. Not sure I'll be buying a replacement.

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Luke

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Bought for a winter tire but may ride them year round!

I picked up a set for fall/winter riding as my usual weekend route is a puncture nightmare and I wanted something tougher. So far the Mondos have been great! Reasonably quick for an endurance tire, fantastic in the wet, and no punctures! I’ve ridden these in rain and mist a few times now and the grip on wet streets is really impressive. I’m running these on a set of Roval C38s and they were very easy to mount. For real world rising these are an excellent choice and, although the rolling resistance is a bit higher than my usual hoops it’s not bad at all.

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Scott C.

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