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Item # SCH001O

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Road tubeless may not have full saturation yet, but the technology is making steady gains as the seasons go by, with the One Tubeless Tire from Schwalbe being the latest example. Not content to simply manufacture a tubeless-ready tire, Schwalbe applied tubeless tech to a top-line tire. The OneStar Triple compound provides a fantastic mix of low rolling resistance, grip, and durability. Under that compound, there’s a V-Guard anti-puncture system, which uses Vectran to stop punctures before the sealant has to fix them.

  • Tubeless-ready road tire
  • OneStar Triple rubber compound makes the One a great all-rounder
  • Vectran breaker

Tech Specs

700 x 23 mm, 700 x 25 mm, 700 x 28 mm
Actual Weight:
Black/Black, 700x23: 320g
Recommended Use:
road cycling
Manufacturer Warranty:

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Avg. ride time: 23m per week
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Run tubeless? Won't regret these

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have been running the Schwalbe One Tubeless for two seasons now. I have five tires in a combination of 23mm and 25mm sizes. I prefer the 25mm now because the ride is unbelievably good.

The good:
1. Great ride on both 23mm and 25mm tires. The 23mm rides better than any other 22mm tire I have owned (Conti,, Michelin) except my Mavic GripLink/Powerlink combo. The 25mm is at a level on its own.

2. Low rolling resistance: Check this out http://www.bicyclerollingresistance.com/road-bike-reviews/schwalbe-one-tubeless-2014

3. Easier to mount compared to other tubeless tires I used Maxxis and Bontrager R3.

4. True to size, my 25mm measures at 26mm.

5. Schwalbe stands behind the product.

The not so good:
1. Wear: These wear pretty fast and don't have deep tread. I wouldn't want to compromise the ride though.

2. Reliability: I have ruined two of these. One had the bead rip back in less than two weeks of use, I contacted Schwalbe and they shipped me a replacement really quick. Another tire was damage when I cased the wheel and bent the rim. This put alot of stress on the tire and destroyed the bead.

3. Weight is a bit high compared to a clincher, but in line with other Tubeless offerings. With sealant you are looking at about a 80 gram penalty for rolling tubeless. The Specialized s-work turbo tubeless look light but expensive.

I am riding the Bontrager R3 25c's right now. Would you say the Schwalbe's are a big improvement? Weight and ride quality considered? Great review!

well, you do not need a tube, so there is not really a penalty in wight.

Trent. The Bontrager R3 25s are good tires in my opinion. I had a tubeless 25mm and I liked it but it was quickly damaged and mounting it was a difficult task.

The R3 looked like it should have better longevity than the Schwalbe One but I really do like how the Schwalbe One rides compared to every other tire I used ever.

Yea, I ride them too. Really want to try the Schwalbe Pro One, 245 grams and max psi is 120. The Specialized S-Works 700 X 25 comes in at 215g max psi is 90, not that I would ride that high but says something about the tire I think. The S-Works, like you said are way too expensive for me looking at the stats. I'll probably stick with the "Ones" and yea they wear, but it's worth it for the ride you achieve.

great riding tire; kinda heavy

    I've been a road tubeless user for four years. This is a great riding tire that mounts easy and holds air well. 6 weeks use on a commuter w dirt, pavement, etc. I am pleased w short term durability. I'd give five stars for ride quality and ease of (tubeless) use, but it is substantially heavier than a hutchison secteur. So maybe not a race tire, but i believe otherwise an improvement over hutchison tires.

    As a follow up to my review above, these tires are indestructible! Over a year of commuting and road/bikepath/dirt path riding and zero flats. the rear hasn't got a ton of life in it but still no threads showing. Hold air very well.

    Will the 25mm fit on a zipp 303?

    Oh yes the 25mm will fit the Zipp 303 quite well. I ran Zipp 202's and 808's all last year and I really really miss them (changing teams). They make a fantastic wheelset.

    JMA, you won't want the tubeless version on your 303s. Go with the standard Clincher