The All-Around Road Race Tire — Schwalbe One
The Schwalbe ONE 700c is an all-around performance road cycling tire that is fast, reliable, and agile. A perfect all-rounder for cyclists who prefer to ride with tubes, the Schwalbe One features a RaceGuard protection belt which provides excellent protection against flats.
The balanced riding characteristics and comfort of this tire are due to the active 3x67 EPI carcass. The new ADDIX compound is extremely durable and reliable in every situation - even on wet winter roads.
Schwalbe One is an impressive tube tire, for training or racing, for every situation and every season of the year.
RaceGuard protection belt provides excellent protection against flats
ADDIX compound allows for excellent speed and grip
Tube type tire is specially made for the use with a tube and cannot be used tubeless
700C/29" (ISO 622)
25mm (1") tire width
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The product weight specified is an approximate weight based on the manufacturer's specifications (if available) or our measurement of one or two examples. For most products, the weight will typically vary by 5% to 10%.
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Good, but with QC Issues
I purchased two of these tires in a 28mm width primarily for road use. The good: Easy to install, good grip, holds the road nicely when cornering, good speed, and after about 500 miles the tire seems pretty durable (no punctures). The bad: Based on my purchase QC seems to be an issue. One of the two tires is not round. It feels like there is a hop in the tire on my rear wheel, very similar to how a plug would feel in a tubeless tire after you just fixed a puncture. It's not a horrible hop, the tire is still quite ridable. On less than perfect roads the hop is much less noticable and sometimes disappears altogether. However, I would not purchase these tires again.
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