You didn’t specify the width.
Challenge Paris Roubaix 700x28. They’re 300 TPI, latex tube. Wear well. Have OK flat protection. Won’t break the bank.
Michelin Pro4. 700x25s. 290TPI Sticky grippy. My favorite descending tire. They’re race tires (tyres) so they’re prone to flat. I used them in a few wet crits back when I was racing … dramatic improvement over the Vittoria Evo Corsa CX.
**Vittoria Rubino Pro G-**something. 700x25s. They’re inexpensive. But why ride Rubinos when you can ride Corsas?
Vittoria Corsa G+/Vittoria Corsa Control/ Vittoria Corsa Speed. Buy the Corsa Controls. You’ll thank me. 320TPI 700x25-700x30. High in protection better in traction. Really, just send me a thank you card now.
What I wouldn’t buy:
Continental GP4000s – WTF doesn’t continental offer anything over 700x25?
Anything Schwalbe Road – Maybe I had a bad batch but at least 4 of these tires dry rotted on me in under 3 months. Warranty people were not responsive. I’m not the only one to experience this.
What I’d try:
Challenge Strada Bianca – because you’re a baller if you’re racing 700x30s
Veloflex Vlaanderen – because I’m American and we think foreign words that contain a double a look rad.
Veloflex Roubaix – Because why not compare 1 roubaix vs another roubaix?
FMB PARIS ROUBAIX PRO THE SIDE WALLS ARE EFFIN GREEN!
Seriously just buy the Vittorias.