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Schwalbe G-One Speed Tubeless 700c Road Tire
29 x 2.0 (700x50mm) - Black

G-One Speed Tubeless 700c Tire

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Schwalbe G-One Speed

Unleashing profile and breathtakingly fast especially when large volume counts. As a 30mm wide road race version with V-Guard protection, Schwalbe G-One Speed is a tire for the real tough jobs, now with the most modern Tubeless Easy technology.

The G-One Speed is also a guarantee for maximum speed in the extra-wide 60mm execution of course not only at the fascinating beach races on Holland's coasts. The new G-One Speed is an evolution of the former S-One and Big One.

Note: both 29" (700x50mm and 700x60mm) versions use different SnakeSkin TL Easy constructions, not MicroSkin or V-Guard.

Features & Specs:

  • Fast, all-road tires
  • Comfortable high volume tires
  • Bead: Clincher
  • Type: Folding, tubeless ready version
  • Compound: Schwalbe OneStar

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Tire Type: Tubeless Ready 


Tire Width: 30mm (1.2in) 


Tire Width: 35 


Tire Width: 38mm (1.5in) 


Tire Width: 50mm (2.0in) 


Tire Width: 60mm (2.4in) 

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Fast and Grippy
by David

I have used these on gravel bike for more road type rides on my 3T Exploro all road bike. They are very quick and stick in the corners. Havent ventured out on my regular gravel rides with these yet.

Reviewed 4/5/2020
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Favorite tire for my gravel adventure bike
by Anonymous
Portland, OR

This is the second set of these tires I have mounted on my Scott Addict Gravel bike. Love how easy they Mount and seal as Tubeless tires and the ride is everything you expect from Schwalbe. I got a larger width this go around. And I havent been disappointed.

Reviewed 2/14/2019
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Nice on pavement, not durable on gravel
by Leapfrog
Cycling Enthusiast
12 of 13 customers found this review helpful.

I love how light and smooth these tires are on pavement, and they were pretty good on steep big-rock gravel roads in the Hell's Canyon area. No flats, which was amazing. In spite of biggish rocks, did not bottom out or hit rock to rim even once in about 30-40 miles.Tread material is soft and not too durable - with only 500 miles, little bumps were gone from rear tire and center of front tire. After gravel experience, several visible cord spots (12-dime size) lead me to believe this tire really isn't made for gravel. Bike Marin Gestalt3, wheels Mercury G1 wide 30-mm carbon, rider 6 feet 170 lbs, psi 50 rear, 40 front.

Reviewed 7/16/2018
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Tire was fast on the road and worked well in the dirt
by ron
Cycling Enthusiast
San Diego
2 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

easy to install on rim

Reviewed 7/16/2018
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Speedy, comfy, grippy, delicate
by Pdub
Cycling Enthusiast
Portland, OR
31 of 34 customers found this review helpful.

3-Star Disclaimer I attempted to run these on a winter commuter (adventure) bike. They are NOT suited for commuting on the terribly maintained shoulders in the Portland metro area. In 800 miles I had 9 flats, both tires have several significant cuts (two that require a boot), and the tread on the rear tire is already squaring off. I would have some doubts about these as gravel tires seeing as how poorly they fared, but it could just be that they don't get along with glass at all. And that I've had a run of really bad luck too.

They are very comfortable, grippy and predictable (wet and dry), surprisingly lightweight, and roll fast. I think if you just want a fast comfy tire that you could take on trailsunpaved roads they'd be pretty dang good. But if you're looking for something tough and long-lasting, I'd look elsewhere.

Reviewed 12/6/2017
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Very nice tire.
by Brent
Cycling Enthusiast
Seattle, WA

These were my first set of tubeless tires. I originally mounted them on some DT Swiss aluminum rims with 20mm of internal width. Mounting the tires wasn't all that hard. It seemed to help to wear some rubberized work gloves to pull the bead over then rim (dry) with just a little bit of final help with a plastic tire lever. The mounted tires measured exactly 30mm as labeled.

These rode much smoother than the tubed tires I had previously ridden with, but I don't have other tubeless tires experience to compare them too. They seem fast and corner nicely. I've only ridden them on pavement (but rough in places). With 600 miles on them now, no flats at all and wear is very minimal.

I just mounted the same tires on some Zipp carbon rims with a 25mm internal width. Mounted tires now measure 32mm. Just one ride in so far on this setup at 52/56 psi. (I weigh 173 lbs.) and they felt smooth and awesome, even on some pretty rough Seattle roads.

Mounting on these rims was a bit more work. I still did it dry, but had to crank on the tire levers pretty hard. I expect my installation technique could improve (only my second tubeless mounting), but I do question whether I would be able to mange a repair in the field if I had to install a tube to get me home.

Reviewed 9/4/2020
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Not wearing well.
by Ron

Not wearing well ,otherwise handle well .

Reviewed 7/3/2020
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Good on paved and dirt roads.
by ST
Cycling Enthusiast
Northeast Colorado
4 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

I put the 30 mm version of these on my Specialized Roubaix. They roll fast on pavement and roll comfortable and grippy on dirtgravel. I was impressed with the versatility.

Reviewed 1/31/2019
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Love these tires.
by John
10 of 10 customers found this review helpful.

I mounted these tubeless and have to ride on my gravel bike. I was surprised how light they are and how durable.

We rode them on two bikes down the Rallarvegen in Norway that is 30

Miles with, seemingly, 20 miles of rock gardens. Not a single problem and they worked great.

Also, when riding them on my normal road bike routes, I was surprised at how fast they were - did not feel at all like a gravel tire. Theyre very supple and five a plush ride.

So Im a big fan of these tires. Do set them up tubeless (which is what they were designed for). Riding them with tubes covers up much of what makes these such a great tire.

All that said, I would not say they are a tire you should expect to excel at durability over distance. The compounds that make them corner so well and be supple also mean they are not going to be the longest wearing. For me, thats a trade off Im willing to make every day and twice on Sunday.

Reviewed 10/26/2018
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Good ride, but fairly fast wear.
by Michael G
Seattle, WA
6 of 7 customers found this review helpful.

I love the way these tires ride. Some of the best I have ridden on my mostly pavement commute. My only complaint is that the rear tire wore out quicker than many tires I have used in the past.

Reviewed 8/27/2018
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Great tire for fast and hardback.
by Anonymous
Competitive Racer
Truckee, Ca
0 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

None technical gravel riding.

Reviewed 7/19/2019
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Terrific even amazing tire, but please set it up tubeless.
by John S.
Cycling Enthusiast
9 of 9 customers found this review helpful.

While expensive, I love these tires. I put them on a super stiff cross bike I have that I want to use for credit card touring. I set them up tubeless. Imagine my surprise when the ride was uber plush, my average speed was right up there with my road bike, and they gripped and carved their way though turns.

If you look at these tires, they are really light for the size - not much different than a tubular tire. Set up tubeless they are supple and comfortable and handle well. Set up with tubes in them, they feel like they have sidewalls made of hard plastic and the ride is truck-like.

So far, I have about 700 miles on them and the center slight knobs are worn down (I'm not a light rider). So I think they will last a little bit less than other tires might. But the ride quality is worth it if that's the price I have to pay for what I get out of these tires.

I think Schwalbe has done some good work here. They seem to hold up and I haven't had any punctures despite riding over some nasty stuff. I'm happy to recommend these, but set them up tubeless.

Reviewed 5/7/2018
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