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SchwalbeOne Performance Tire - Tubeless

$62.00

Item # SCHG004

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Item # SCHG004
Description

One Performance Tire

We like to think our demands are simple. When we saddle up on our steeds, we want traction, low rolling resistance, and speed. The Schewalbe One Performance Tire offers all of the above, plus a bit of tubeless-easy action that enables us to run lower tire pressures, and combat flats, so we can spend more miles in the saddle, and longer days on the bike.

  • Tubeless-easy hoops for all-around road cycling
  • Award-winning EPI carcass plus RaceGuard protects tire
  • ADDIX compound is durable, reliable, and grippy
  • Tubeless easy technology enables low pressures and flat protection
  • Siping tread pattern pulls wet away from contact patch

Tech Specs
CompoundAddix
Size700c x 25mm
Typetubeless
CasingRaceGuard
Beadfolding
Recommended Useroad cycling
Manufacturer Warrantylimited
Weight

Actual Weight

Black, 700 x 25mm
308g
10.86oz

Actual weights are measured in-house by the Competitive Cyclist team.

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>Rating: 4

Perform well, not easy to mount

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
Runs small

I've run a set of these tires on one of my road bikes through half a summer, through the fall and spring with road debris. Doesn't show much wear, and they are plenty durable. I have tried contis, vittoria, hutchies and these, I'd say they perform as well as any. I put another set onto my new bike, yeah they were hard to mount. But once set, sealed fine and ride great. They do tend to lose about 10psi per week, so need to pump every few days.

>Rating: 1

Worthless!!! Do not buy

Fit:
Runs small
Size Bought
700 x 25
Height
5` 7"
Weight
147 lbs

Tires do not fit. Easier to cut them off than risk damaging the wheels. There is no way thes get installed onto a 700c wheel. Schwalbe should let you skip the step of shipping these and just throw them strait into the trash.

Tires

I agree that these tires fit tight onto a rim, but a little bit of patience and the right tool will mount and un-mount them fine. On the road, carry some Pedro's levers and work the bead a bit to get a tube mounted in a pinch. I'd rather they fit tight than loose obviously if running tubeless, easier to get the tire to seal and lower risk of a roll off if there is a puncture. As for how the tires perform, I've had one set mounted for 9 months with little wear, and they lasted through the fall and spring with road debris. I've mounted and used many different tires for mtb, cx, and road; I can't say these are the worse for mounting but they certainly aren't the easiest. I find Vittoria tires to be the most difficult to be honest. But with the right tool (don't try to mount by hand or with tire levers, use an actual mounting tool) the job is much easier.

>Rating: 1

Worthless!!! Do not buy

Fit:
Runs small
Size Bought
700 x 25
Height
5` 7"
Weight
147 lbs

Tires do not fit. Easier to cut them off than risk damaging the wheels. There is no way thes get installed onto a 700c wheel. Schwalbe should let you skip the step of shipping these and just throw them strait into the trash.

Tires
>Rating: 2

Tubeless

Size Bought
25 X 700 tire
Height
5` 8"
Weight
175 lbs

I would not buy again. Very difficult fit on 700 tubeless ready rims. I’ve never had a tire so hard to get on / off the rim before. Not made to specs. Buy another tire brand: Hutchinson, Continental, ect...

I've been running these tires in 28 x 700 for about two years and had no mounting issues at all. Run them tubeless and no flats or even punctures so far appx 5000 miles on the front. Replaced the rear after 4000 miles as it was a little worn on the center line. No experience with the 25's so perhaps there is an issue there but just to say I've not had any of these issues and have mounted and remounted the tires several times over this period.