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Schwalbe G-One Allround 27.5 (650b) Gravel Tire

G-One Allround 27.5 (650b) Gravel Tire

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Have this one on the rocks.

Unless you're looking to get stranded in the middle of the nowhere, it'd be a wise choice to pay attention to how the larger volume, added grip, and Tubeless Easy technology come together in the Schwalbe G-One 27.5" Gravel Tire to get you through the gravel trouble-free. Low profile knobs practically turn your adventure bike into a rock-cheating cloud, and pinch flats on the rough stuff are virtually a thing of the past thanks to Schwalbe's MicroSkin Tubeless Easy tech found in the G-One's casing. It's made of a high-tensile micro fabric that's vulcanized into the carcass for an airtight seal, even at higher pressures, and it also has the benefit of adding more cut resistance all around while decreasing weight. Combine this with Schwalbe's OneStar triple-compound rubber, and you'll be carving corners and flying into loose gravel sections without a worry in the world.

27.5" x 1.5". 127 EPI casing. Tubeless ready. Claimed weight is 420 g.


Weight: 420 grams


Weight: 420 grams


Tire Type: Tubeless Ready 

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by Anonymous

These files red tires grip like crazy and are very fast I love them

Reviewed 12/14/2017
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Nice gravel tire
by Anonymous
Competitive Racer
Agoura Hills, CA
7 of 7 customers found this review helpful.

I bought these for a Cannondale Slate to replace the slick tires that come with the bike. These are a significant improvement on the dirt without compromising much (if anything) as far as rolling resistance on the road. They are a little narrower than the tires that the bike comes with and there are some 27.5 X 42 tires on the market for those looking for a slightly wider tire. But overall these handle very well on road and dirt.

Reviewed 7/31/2017
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by Caffeinated
Cycling Enthusiast
Seattle, WA
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

I replaced the stock Panaracer tires on my Cannondale Slate with the G-Ones. I ride a mix of paved and gravel trails. I liked the way the Panaracers rode but I was getting 2 to 3 flats a month with them. I saw that winners of the Dirty Kwanza 200 used the G-Ones. Mounted them tubeless with Orange Seal. They sealed up nicely. No flats after about two months. Excellent ride on pavement and gravel. Very pleased so far. Using 45 psi in the front, 55 psi in rear tire.

Reviewed 10/12/2017
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