Schwalbe's Energizer Plus Tour 700c E-Bike Tire (HS 441) is a Performance Line tire, offering durable, long-lasting trekking tread, with a high level of security thanks to its Level 5 GreenGuard, 3mm of extremely cut-resistant high tech fiber.
Features & Specs:
- Level 5 GreenGaurd.
- Performance Line.
- Wire Bead.
- 67 EPI.
- Certified for E-Bikes - ECE-R75, up to 50 km/h.
- PSI: 55-85 (700x35c); 50-85 (700x38c).
- Weight: 730g (700x35c); 845g (700x38c).
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Fantastic e-bike commuter tire
San Diego, CA
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.
I commute by e-bike, about 6.000 milesyear. My tires take a beating with the local roads and the heavy load and speeds I am going.
These tires are fantastic in terms of flat resistance (only 3 since I started riding this bike in March of 2018). They run smooth and have good traction dry and wet. And they are very durable. I have run them 7.500 miles before I replaced them and could probably have run another 2-3k miles but did not want to risk a higher vulnerability because of the thinning tread. If you have a high-speed e-bike and are looking for a good commuter tire at a good price, this is the one.
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