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Schwalbe built the One Clincher Tire to be its ultimate race tire--a claim that was taken anything but lightly. And while it's undoubtedly a tall order, thanks to a brand-new production facility that exclusively churns out tires using the OneStar rubber compound, this lofty goal has been reached. This tire is faster, grippier, and more durable than anything Schwalbe has produced before. Oh, and did we mention that it's downright feathery as well?Schwalbe used a new compound, OneStar, to achieve extremely low rolling resistance in the One tire. Manufacturing tires using this rubber compounding requires precise control over a number of variables during production. Accordingly, Schwalbe actually built a dedicated factory with fixed vulcanization and production units that are used exclusively for the One. In other words, there were absolutely zero corners cut when it came to produce the One. The OneStar triple compound was developed to have incredibly low rolling resistance. But unlike other high-efficiency tires, Schwalbe was actually able to improve grip in both wet and dry weather over its previous top tier rubber compound, while simultaneously improving cut resistance. And with weights as low as 205g per size, this is a tire that offers tangible benefits in nearly every measurable way, without the drawbacks commonly associated with super lightweight, grippy race tires. The Schwalbe One Clincher Tire is available in either 23 or 25mm widths, and in the color Black.
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Schwalbe built the One Clincher Tire to be its ultimate race tire--a claim that was taken anything but lightly. And while it's undoubtedly a tall order, thanks to a brand-new production facility that exclusively churns out tires using the OneStar rubber compound, this lofty goal has been reached. This tire is faster, grippier, and more durable than anything Schwalbe has produced before. Oh, and did we mention that it's downright feathery as well?Schwalbe used a new compound, OneStar, to achieve extremely low rolling resistance in the One tire. Manufacturing tires using this rubber compounding requires precise control over a number of variables during production. Accordingly, Schwalbe actually built a dedicated factory with fixed vulcanization and production units that are used exclusively for the One. In other words, there were absolutely zero corners cut when it came to produce the One. The OneStar triple compound was developed to have incredibly low rolling resistance. But unlike other high-efficiency tires, Schwalbe was actually able to improve grip in both wet and dry weather over its previous top tier rubber compound, while simultaneously improving cut resistance. And with weights as low as 205g per size, this is a tire that offers tangible benefits in nearly every measurable way, without the drawbacks commonly associated with super lightweight, grippy race tires. The Schwalbe One Clincher Tire is available in either 23 or 25mm widths, and in the color Black.
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Competitive Cyclist
Whether it be a desert singletrack or a loamy forest ribbons, the Schwalbe Racing Ralph tread pattern has become a common site. This is partly because of Schwalbe's semi-aggressive side knobs and fast-rolling, low-profile center lugs, but it's mostly due to its dual-compound rubber. And, now mid-wheelers are also able to enjoy the same winning combination with the new Racing Ralph 27. 5-inch Performance Tire. The Racing Ralph has become a tried and true favorite due to its fast-rolling tread pattern, and this newest revision only improves on the classic. The centerline of the tire features low, tightly spaced knobs knobs that provide enhance traction. And, true to its name, the tightly spaced knobs help the Racing Ralph roll blisteringly fast. The side knobs are wide and supportive, meaning that they'll bite hard to keep you from washing out when you're leaned over. But, tread patterns only tell part of the story. That's why Schwalbe uses its dual compound rubber, which places harder rubber down the centerline for a low rolling-resistance and an improved wear life. Additionally, the side knobs receive a softer rubber compound. So, in essence, you get the speed of a hard compound tire, mated to the cornering grip of a softer tire. This means that you don't have to sacrifice wear life for traction. The low-profile tread also has a U-Block shoulder tread. These tread blocks are angled at 20 degrees towards the outside of the tire. A small sipe doesn't quite divide the block, creating the 'U' shape. They work to counteract the lateral forces endured when cornering in order to maintain traction and to keep the bike stable. The Schwalbe Racing Ralph 27. 5 Performance Tire is available in the color Black and with a 2. 25-inch width.
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Competitive Cyclist
Schwalbe built the One Clincher Tire to be its ultimate race tire--a claim that was taken anything but lightly. And while it's undoubtedly a tall order, thanks to a brand-new production facility that exclusively churns out tires using the OneStar rubber compound, this lofty goal has been reached. This tire is faster, grippier, and more durable than anything Schwalbe has produced before. Oh, and did we mention that it's downright feathery as well?Schwalbe used a new compound, OneStar, to achieve extremely low rolling resistance in the One tire. Manufacturing tires using this rubber compounding requires precise control over a number of variables during production. Accordingly, Schwalbe actually built a dedicated factory with fixed vulcanization and production units that are used exclusively for the One. In other words, there were absolutely zero corners cut when it came to produce the One. The OneStar triple compound was developed to have incredibly low rolling resistance. But unlike other high-efficiency tires, Schwalbe was actually able to improve grip in both wet and dry weather over its previous top tier rubber compound, while simultaneously improving cut resistance. And with weights as low as 205g per size, this is a tire that offers tangible benefits in nearly every measurable way, without the drawbacks commonly associated with super lightweight, grippy race tires. The Schwalbe One Clincher Tire is available in either 23 or 25mm widths, and in the color Black.
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Competitive Cyclist
Schwalbe has long been a leader in the 29er movement, providing options for all trail conditions. So, it comes as no surprise to see Schwalbe aggressively entering the 27. 5in (650b) arena. The Hans Dampf Snakeskin TL Ready - 27. 5in Tire is designed as a jack-of-all-trades tire that positions itself firmly between the fast-rolling Rocket Ron and tenacious Knobby Nic. Large tread blocks and a Snakeskin sidewall reinforcement places the Hans Dampf squarely in the 27. 5 all-mountain market. And with five-inch-plus travel full suspension bikes showing up in progressive manufacturers' stables, we expect to see this tire become very popular. This tire features Schwalbe's tubeless ready TL technology, meaning that it'll require sealant in order to complete the picture. Which, in our eyes, is no big deal, as sealant has proven to not only provide an air tight seal, but it also helps prevent flats down the road. Adding to that flat-resistant picture is the aforementioned Snakeskin sidewall. This is a nylon-fabric protection layer that's laminated to the sidewall in order to prevent cuts and abrasion from rocks. And while the added material does add heft to the Hans' waistline, it's only marginal when considering the added piece of mind. The Hans Dampf uses Schwalbe's 67tpi casing with a three-ply layer under the tread. That aggressive tread pattern is composed of Schwalbe's TrailStar compound -- a rubber mixture that contains carbon filler. This gives the Dampf a tough compound without hindering pliability. The result is a fast-rolling, aggressive tire. And for added cornering traction, Schwalbe also used a grippy, softer rubber for the side knobs. The Schwalbe Hans Dampf Snakeskin TL Ready - 27. 5in Tire is available in either a 2. 25 or 2. 35in tire width.
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