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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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The Schwalbe Rocket Ron has it all-good looks, charm, and a rapier wit. In tire terms, that translates to light weight, low rolling resistance, and plenty of grip in the corners. One thing that it was never known for, however, was durability. In the world of race tires, durability is something that is often sacrificed. It's a compromise that racers and tire manufacturers have come to accept as the price of low weight. The Schwalbe Rocket Ron Tubeless Ready Tire with SnakeSkin adds the durability and width that you need to make it more of an everyday real world tire. At about 100 grams more per tire, the SnakeSkin version of the Rocket Ron is a little meatier than its for-racers-only cousin. For everyday, all-mountain applications, however, that 100 grams means tougher sidewalls and a wider footprint and is well worth pulling up the climb.The Rocket Ron uses Schwalbe's PaceStar Triple Compound, their fastest. Schwalbe engineers recognize that it's not possible for one compound to do it all, so they've combined three to optimize the tire's performance. To that recipe they also added SnakeSkin, a woven layer added to the sidewalls to protect them from abrasion damage. The low-profile tread of the Rocket Ron is fast, and it's still an excellent cornering tire thanks to the U-Block shoulder tread. These tread blocks are angled at 20 degrees or so towards the outside of the tire. Compared to the Racing Ralph, the slightly more prominent blocks have been spaced a bit further apart to achieve more void space. This is part of the reason that it self-cleans in mucky stuff so you can continue to have traction to drive down the trail and keep the bike upright.A small sipe doesn't quite divide the block, creating the U shape. They work to counteract the lateral forces endured when cornering to maintain traction and to keep the bike stable. This tire is designed to be tubeless ready (TL), which means you can say goodbye to pinch flats. A tubeless system allows...
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Schwalbe has earned a reputation for producing lightweight, high-volume tires that bridge cross country speed with all-mountain reliability. However, riders who fell in love with the fast-rolling Rocket Ron or the tenacious Knobby Nic often wished for a more durable sidewall. Schwalbe answered that demand with its Jack-of-all-trades, Hans Dampf Snakeskin TL Ready 29in Tire. With large tread blocks, a 2. 35 inch width, and Snakeskin sidewall reinforcement the Hans Dampf 29er is placed squarely in the emerging 29er all mountain market. And with plenty of 5 inch-plus travel, full suspension 29ers coming with the Hans as their original tire, it's clear that this tire hits the nail on the head. This tire features Schwalbe's tubeless-ready TL technology, meaning that it will require sealant in order to complete the tubeless picture. In our eyes, this 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 another color to that flat-resistant picture is the aforementioned Snakeskin sidewall. Snakeskin 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 a touch of heft to the Hans' waistline, it's only marginal when considering the added piece of mind. The tire also uses Schwalbe's 67 TPI 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 toughness without hindering any pliability. The result is a fast rolling, aggressive tire. For added cornering traction, Schwalbe also used a grippier, softer rubber for the side knobs. The Schwalbe Hans Dampf Snakeskin TL Ready 29in Tire is available in a 29 x 2. 35in width.
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For those times when you feel the need (the need for speed), turn to the Schwalbe Rocket Ron TL for uncompromising performance. Schwalbe designed the Rocket Ron to capture the three holy grails of XC race tires-light weight, low rolling resistance, and huge grip in the corners. This is definitely not a 'sport' or 'recreational' tire. This tire was designed from the ground up to dice it up with the big boys.The Rocket Ron uses Schwalbe's PaceStar Triple Compound, their fastest. Schwalbe engineers recognize that it's not possible for one compound to do it all, so they've combined three to optimize the tire's performance. The low-profile tread of the Rocket Ron is fast, and it's still an excellent cornering tire thanks to the U-Block shoulder tread. These tread blocks are angled at 20 degrees or so towards the outside of the tire. Compared to the Racing Ralph, the slightly more prominent blocks have been spaced a bit further apart to achieve more void space. This is part of the reason that it self-cleans in mucky stuff so you can continue to have traction to drive down the trail and keep the bike upright.A small sipe doesn't quite divide the block, creating the U shape. They work to counteract the lateral forces endured when cornering to maintain traction and to keep the bike stable. This tire is designed to be tubeless ready (TL), which means you can say goodbye to pinch flats. A tubeless system allows you to run less air pressure, again enhancing the grip of the tire's tread. Better traction, less vibration, and no flats lead to a great ride. It's necessary to use a liquid sealant within the tire to seal the bead seat and to quickly seal thorn or debris punctures on the trail. The Schwalbe Rocket Ron TL is available in 26 x 2. 25. Please note: because Schwalbe has optimized this tire to be lightweight, patching in the event of puncture is not recommended.
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