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Schwalbe G-One Bite 27.5" Gravel/MTB Tire
Schwalbe G-One Bite 27.5" Gravel/MTB Tire

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

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Take a bite out of the trail.

Not just another adventure tire, the G-One Bite is designed for aggressive off-road riding. It may feel blocky on the road, but once you cut your asphalt-training wheels free and embrace the glory of gravel, dirt, and sand, you'll see the true strength of the G-One Bite. Featuring Schwalbe's TriStar rubber compound, the G-One combines traction, efficiency, and comfort, and then ramps it up to 11 with the aggressive open tread pattern. Large shoulder blocks take a bite out of the trail for rock-solid cornering, even in the loosest terrain.

Available in two versions, the SnakeSkin version for added durability and puncture protection, and the MicroSkin version for reduced weight and improved performance. Furthermore, Schwalbe's Tubeless Easy technology – as the name implies – makes running tubeless tires easier than ever. With a quick, easy sealing process, you'll be experiencing the wonders of more comfortable, more protective riding.


Features:

  • A real off-roader, this aggressive tire features an open tread pattern with strong outer blocks.
  • 27.5"x2.1" (54-584).
  • SnakeSkin version with anti-puncture technology improves resistance to slashes, cuts, and punctures in the sidewall.
  • MicroSkin version with ultra lightweight construction and improved ride quality.
  • Tubeless Easy technology makes installation and setup easier than ever.
  • Also available in 700c sizes.

B-Stock - This product has one or more B-Stock units available. These units can be purchased at a discount (see option select). B-Stock units were returned from other customers and may have missing or damaged packaging materials. These units are otherwise as new. The full manufacturer warranty applies. Click Here for more information.

 

Tire Type: Tubeless Ready 

 

Tire Width: 38mm (1.5in) 

 

Tire Width: 53mm (2.1in) 

27.5 (650B) x 1.5 - TL Easy/MicroSkin

Weight: 420 grams

27.5 (650B) x 2.1 - TL Easy/SnakeSkin

Weight: 550 grams

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Comparing the Scwalbe G One Bite with the G One Allround
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by Schreck
Great Divide
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

After, 3,700 miles on the Great Divide, i would recommend the Allaround over the Bite for better durability and less likely to flat in thorn country, i.e., New Mexico.

Reviewed 9/10/2019
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Bridges the gap between gravel and mnt biking
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Pac NW

Bought these because they had better side wall projection than the All Arounds.

According to Gran Fondo Magazine, they roll faster than the All Arounds. This is likely true, but as a result they have less flat protection on the tread.

Love the more aggressive tread. I went with 2.1 in the 650b, so I also love the larger width. Worked pretty good in a few inches of snow, even climbing close to 20% hills.

Unfortunately they were a few mm's too wide for the my chain stays (Giant Revolt) and had to replace the rear with something narrower, even though I trimmed the knobs off the sides.

My buddy has a TCX and is able to run the 700c 50mm version without any rubbing.

I can fit fenders (the Revolt Fenders) on mine.

Only cons is the tread strength. I've punctured the front about 6-10x's. Haven't had to use a plug yet, but have had to add air a dozen times in a single ride on some really rocky terrain.

If you looking to bomb down really rough rocks, these might not be the right tire.

Could be I didn't have the pressure correct for the terrain, and these are gravel tires, not mnt bike tires, so still going with a 5 star.

Reviewed 1/10/2020
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Very nice riding tire
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by Brettmac
ca
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

Very nice tire . Bought it for my gravel bike and performs great on the fire roads where I ride

Reviewed 6/26/2018
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Great tire
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by Doug
Competitive Racer
Sierra Nevada
2 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

Gravel bike with a lot of single track.

Reviewed 8/13/2018
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