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Schwalbe
G-One Allround 700c Tubeless 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 Gravel Tire to get you through the gravel trouble-free. Low profile knobs and 35+ mm width options 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.

Available in multiple width options. Tubeless ready. 127 EPI casing. Claimed weight is 400 g (size 700c x 35 mm).

 

Tire Type: Tubeless Ready 

700c x 35mm - TL Easy/Microskin

Weight: 400 grams

700c x 38mm - TL Easy/Microskin

Weight: 460 grams

29 x 2.25mm - TL Easy/SnakeSkin

Weight: 630 grams

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Quiver Killer
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by Anonymous
Competitive Racer
Seattle, WA
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

The G-One is the most versatile tire I've ever used. It rolls fast on pavement. It rolls fast on dirt and gravel. It's tubeless and installed easily. I've used these for everything from commuting (25 miles one way, mixed pavement and gravel) to gravel grinding to summertime cyclocross training. They're awesome.

Reviewed 7/6/2017
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Incredible
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by Chappy Green
PDX

I live in the hills. 28 are fine but 35 tubeless running at 50 to 60 psi is heaven with theses. So much grip and forgiveness. And they are fast! Not a lot of difference with 28 at max psi.

Reviewed 3/29/2018
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High Performance, Mediocre Reliability
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by Brad P
Competitive Racer
Portland, OR
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

Very smooth rolling tire with just the right tread for mixed terrain. Best on hard pack gravel, there are better option out there for rough gravel only riding. My only disappointment was in terms of durability and tubeless setup. Tighter and trickier to setup tubeless than other tires I have used. On my second ride I punctured in some rough gravel bad enough that it would not seal. Nice tire for racing or training rides in clean conditions... Beware for commuting, touring, any situation where your not willing to accept performance with increased hassle flat risk.

Reviewed 2/20/2018
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Fast and reliable
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by Rico
Cycling Enthusiast
Oregon
3 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

The 35mm G-One is a reliable tubeless tire, which I've found to be fast rolling, on both tarmac and pavement. Zero casing cuts from gravel.

Subjectively, the G-One seems faster rolling than a Challange Gravel Grinder (also a great tire), with comparable cornering traction. The G-Ones set up easily on a set of Stan's Grail rims. Two items to note first, I found that the G-One rides best with surprisingly low air pressure, so take a gauge with you on the first few rides and experiment. Also, if you mount these on a Stan's rim, the bead with stretch a bit, and they will then be almost impossible to mount on some other rims, that have a less-tight fit.

Overall, a great tubeless tire for mixed-surface riding. My tires varied a bit in weight 391 and 432 grams. Typical of Schwalble, in my experience.

Reviewed 10/14/2017
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Best gravel tire I've ridden
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Eugene, OR
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

These are great tires. They set up tubeless beautifully with Ultegra 6800 rims which makes for a great combo that makes the ride quality of my older aluminum cross bike frame very comfortable. Fast rolling and nice traction (at least in dry, haven't tried them in wet yet). Highly recommended.

Reviewed 9/4/2017
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good way to go tubeless, a bit soft so they wear pretty quick
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by nevadaphotoguy
Cycling Enthusiast
Las Vegas NV
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I have two sets of these (38cc), one on my Niner RLT and the other set on my LITESPEED T5G. My first try of tubeless tires and it's been good with not flats on either bike. Both sets are approaching 1K miles and the rear tire is pretty well worn down in the center on both. I'm a Clydesdale 6-1 and 230's and I run them at 60psi. Traction is very good even when the roads are wet. I'm going to replace both rears soon, the fronts look like they'll go a while longer. I have added sealant to both sets after the seemed to lose pressure more often. They are easy to mount and very easy to live with. A bit pricey but all around I think there is good value in them.

Reviewed 4/4/2019
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good general use gravel tire
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by tal
Cycling Enthusiast
NorCal
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I have the Schwalbe G-One Allround 700c Tubeless Gravel Tire in 38c mounted tubeless front and rear on my gravel bike. So far I've been happy with these tires for general use. The low profile knobbies provide a smooth ride yet pretty good grip (except in mud). I don't race gravel or ride really rough terrain so I can't comment on how these tires would hold up under high stress conditions.

Reviewed 11/15/2018
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Killer tread profile but haven't had the best luck...
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by Anonymous
Competitive Racer
Portland, OR
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I've had two sets of these, one 35mm and one 38mm. Both have had very early, non-sealable puncturestears when running tubeless. They are fast and have great traction, I really like the profile, but I haven't had luck with them being durable. I have had the same issue with running the G-1 road tire tubeless as well. I really like the feel of Schwalbe tires but they don't hold up for me for whatever reason. I'm sticking with Conti for road and currently WTB for gravel.

Reviewed 2/27/2019
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Not what I'd hoped
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by Gregg
Daily Commuter
Seattle
1 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I went with the 60-622 (29 x 2.35 Inch) Snakeskin model. Tubeless is awesome, until it's not. These tires have two glaring issues 1) they puncture easily. Having the juice to close the hole is nice, but it is only a patch. after a few to many punctures you pretty much need to replace the tire. This happened to me after only 4 months of riding (10-20 miles a day on Seattle side streets). 2) The front tire tracks BIG TIME if you like the pressure low. I love the ride at 18 psi, but was forced to 25 psi because steering was difficult. The front tire fights in the opposite direction of your turn. I bit the bullet and just replaced these with Big Apples, sacrificing light weight for durability.

Reviewed 2/21/2019
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Love this tire!
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by dagar
Phoenix
11 of 11 customers found this review helpful.

I have used this tire for many epic races and it has performed flawlessly!

700 miles before they need replacing.

75% gravel 25% road with some sandmudgrass.

I have not had a flat or burp (3rd pair so far) I usually run lower pressure than most riders.

Fresh Stans every few months and I'm good to go (DT Swiss loops).

Latest set up is 38 front 35 rear.

I also use the X-Ones (33) for CX racing.

Reviewed 7/27/2017
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Fast and light for the road, grippy enough off the road
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by bencolem
Savannah, GA
4 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

Great on road for a gravel tire, I can average only 0.2mph average off my best on a 30mph loop with this tire, but wants for nothing off road (albeit I'm in the dry south).

Reviewed 7/27/2017
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Great handling (dry) mounts easy, low resistance
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by Brij
Santa Cruz
6 of 6 customers found this review helpful.

I bought this as my first high volume (34mm) tire for my cx bike for summer mixed riding in Nor Cal. I've done a 70 mile road ride w45 psi and trail rides with about 25 psi on super dusty rough stuff. Love the extra volume and don't mind the file tread. Afraid this tire will spoil me when cx season starts and I go back to 33s. It's mounted on a HED Belgium rim, tubeless.

Reviewed 7/17/2017
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Good balance of grip and speed
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by Moby
Competitive Racer
6 of 6 customers found this review helpful.

I have 300 miles on these, 70% dirtgravel.

After pinch flatting twice in 5 minutes in my last event I decided to switch over completely to tubeless. This is my first tubeless tire, which is replacing Clement LAS (which I generally really like, other than the flats). These are gripper than the LAS on wet dirt with light loose gravel. They will not spin on climbs where I would occasionally spin the LAS. Maybe not quite as fast on pavement. Maybe. They are stiffer than the LAS and feel like they turn in quicker, probably due to a slightly more pointed profile. Like the LAS they struggle in deeper gravel, more than the Clement MXP, the tire I've been running the lags few years when I needed something more aggressive.

They set up easily with a compressor and a little soap on Stan's Grail rims. No leaks or burping so far. In the future they'll get swapped to Enve M50s for races.

Reviewed 1/3/2017
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Very Solid Performing Tire
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by Jer
Competitive Racer
Portland, Oregon
4 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

Yeah, they're a little pricey for a tire but it's definitely worth it. On the suggestion of a fellow rider I bought a set of these tires as an all-around tire. I've used them on asphalt, gravel, dirt, grass and mud and they far exceeded my expectations. In some soupy mud I thought for sure I would be spinning wheel but I had some fairly good grip, and that was with a good bit of air in the tires. I imagine they'd perform even better with low pressure. In the dirt they stuck really well and gave me confidence in the corners. Both gravel and asphalt showed them to be the all-rounder tires I previously mentioned. Once these wear out I won't hesitate to replace them with new ones.

Reviewed 12/28/2016
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Great fast rolling high volume tire thats super easy to mount
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by Delfairen
Cycling Enthusiast
Portland, OR
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Tires mounted extremely easily on my Stans Iron Cross wheels I think I would of even been able to use a regular pump rather than compressor to start it off. I run them on the road at 40-45psi and they have not let me down. I do need to take them off and add sealant as the stem I used doesn't have a removable core (What on earth were Shimano thinking) so I will see how easy they are to remount then.

Reviewed 6/22/2018
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Great tire!
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by Anonymous
Ithaca, NY
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I ride on crumbling asphalt, concrete, single track and various sized gravel on my commutes and this tire has not failed me yet. 900 miles in on a 700cX38 rear tire. Holds air well setup tubeless on Bontrager Affinity wheels. Very tight fit when I installed but that also made the bead very easy to set with a floor pump. Will probably need to replace the rear tire in the next 4-500miles as the tread is already wearing down. That is my only gripe but I do like the tire very much. Just wish it were a bit less expensive to match lower durability.

Reviewed 6/17/2018
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Fast rolling and durable.
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
4 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

Tires went on relatively easy and have held air very well. I have ridden these on the road, on non-technical fine gravel where punctures are not a concern. Tire performs well on both. Rolls fast on the road given the light tread, and handles well in the gravesand. My real reason for the rating is I raced them at the Bootlegger 100. They handled some very rocky and steep descents without any problem. They took beating on the descents and provided enough grip on the turns. The gravel was chunkier than I had anticipated, and they performed very well. For some comparison, I have ridden 38mm Specialized triggers, 40mm Barlow Pass, and WTB Nanos tires recently. I would say the G-1 is a mix between the Trigger and the Compass. Not as fast or supple as the Compass, but softer and faster than the Trigger. I ran the Compass at 35psi, Nanos, G-1, and Triggers at 40-42 psi (195lbs).

Reviewed 5/7/2018
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New tire
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by Anonymous
Casual Cyclist
77040
6 of 25 customers found this review helpful.

Over priced , good tire but not a great tire !

Reviewed 1/26/2016
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This is an awful tire. Do not buy,
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Austin, TX
5 of 12 customers found this review helpful.

The reason I say this is an awful tire is that it has a nasty habit of getting punctured when you ride on anything rougher than bike path cinder. I wanted to try it because it looked fast and had the right width. Well, its fast, but paper thin. Will not seal a 2mm hole in the tread when mounted tubeless. Three people in my cycling club, including me, have tried them and each of us have had unrecoverable punctures. Now, let me say that each of us rolls on genuine, Texas marble-sized gravel made of limestone. Add to that, these are races where theres anger being applied to the pedals. Just dont.

Reviewed 3/10/2018
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Very good Gravel Tire
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by John
Competitive Racer
Portland, OR
5 of 5 customers found this review helpful.

Very happy with this tire. I often ride on the road and the tire rolls nicely with excellent grip and ride. I now ride my gravel bike on the road more than I do on the road bike with 25's. I currently have 38's in the Schwalbe. Any time I see these on sale, I buy a couple for reserves. They are a bit soft so, the rear can wear out a little faster than normal. On the gravel, they are solid and fairly predictable but with less traction on steeper or loose terrain than other tires might be. I would run the bigger tires if I had more clearance in the rear...

Reviewed 1/15/2018
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