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Schwalbe
Pro One Tubeless Road Tire

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Ditch the tubes.

Schwalbe is a big believer in road tubeless technology, but it takes more than that to get a tubeless system to work at the highest levels of the sport. Through continuous research, development, and innovation, they've arrived at the Pro One Tubeless Road Tire, which has been proven in the pro peloton to stand up to incredibly harsh racing conditions, holding its own next to traditional tubed and tubular tires.

What sets the Pro One far apart from other tubeless models is the inclusion of Schwalbe's MicroSkin technology, a high-tensile micro fabric that's vulcanized into the carcass for an airtight seal, even at high road-tire pressures. It also has the benefit of adding more cut resistance all around and decreasing the weight by 70 g compared to the old Schwalbe One, so no longer does tubeless mean chunky, heavy, unyielding tires. In fact, combined with its OneStar triple rubber compound, the Pro One has 15% less rolling resistance than the previous tire as well, making it as fast as it is reliable.

700c diameter. Available in multiple widths. Claimed weight is 255 g (700c x 25 mm).

 

Tire Type: Tubeless Ready 

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Short on wear,great on grip,great on reseal and rolling resistance
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by Tom R
Cycling Enthusiast
Li NY

road bike 7K per year

Reviewed 5/18/2018
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Mostly all Good
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by John L
Competitive Racer
SF Bay Area
Review for Schwalbe One Tubeless Road Tire
8 of 8 customers found this review helpful.

The Good..

I've mounted the Schwalbe One Tires on three different mfg non-tubeless wheelsets with great success. All three sealed perfect using a floor pump, and the lost of tire psi is in par with a typical tubed tire (a few lbs per week). I'm a High Pressure guy, but I'm running the Tubeless Tires 30 psi lower then on my road race clincher. The lower psi have no noticeable difference in rolling resistance, but the ride and handling is so nice.

Not so Good.

I purchase 3 tires in the last 6 month. The first tire last only month before having to toss it due to a large slice through the casing which could not be repaired. It happens.... I haven't had any issues with the currently two. Zero flats, but the tires don't look like they are going to last for very long. I figure I'll be lucky to get 1.5k miles out of them.

The other issue... I use them for training rides only. No way would I use them in a race, because if you need to add a tube due to a flat... it's a major pain without soapy water and proper tire levers. Use sealant.....

Reviewed 6/18/2014
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Schwalbe Pro One versas the old Schwalbe One
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by Mark
Cycling Enthusiast
Scappoose, OR
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

I have bee running road tubeless for three years now. The last set of tires were the Schwalbe One which I can not say enough good things about. Great all around tire. Purchased the Pro One after slicing the Ones on something that made a very large hole. The new Pro Ones seem to have a little better roll but all new tires seem that way to me. The reason I did not give this tire a 5 star rating is it does not hold air compared to the original. I have installed Stan's No Tube sealant what has remedied the situation. The original were run with no sealant.

Reviewed 5/1/2017
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Easy to mount, excellent rolling resistance, what's not to love?
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by ColoradoCommuter
Daily Commuter
Boulder, CO
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

These Schwalbe Pro One tubeless tires have definitely met my expectations. I was able to mount them on my rims just by soaping up the tire bead on both sides, and then pumping vigorously with a floor pump. The beads give a very satisfying SNAP when they pop into place. These are much, much easier to mount than my cyclocross tires (Maxxis Mud Wrestler). I'm 165lbs and using them at 80psi is great. I only have 300 miles on the tires so far, but the ride is good and the cornering traction is everything I want it to be. I do not have vast experience with a bunch of high-end road tires, so I can't compare these to others. But I do know I like them. If I can get 2000 miles out of them I'd definitely buy them again. My goal this year is 4000 miles of riding and so far I'm at 3200, so I'm on track.

Reviewed 10/19/2017
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Solid tire
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by Pugs
Cycling Enthusiast
Canyon, TX
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Mounting this tire is as easy as it gets. I just use a floor pump. I go tubeless and run 80psi with a weight of 170. I use the 28 for the extra cushion for less road fatigue. Hold up well even on all the tar and chip surfaces replacing our tarmac. I will continue to buy this tire for my road riding adventures.

Reviewed 10/3/2017
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Almost Too Sticky!!
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by The Green One
Competitive Racer
Peoria, Az
2 of 6 customers found this review helpful.

Just purchased a set up tubeless wheels with the thought of not having to worry as much about flats. They have not left me stranded yet but pick up everything on the road. Every ride I received a puncture. I had to put in a tube on one ride. I only got a couple of hundred miles on my front tire before I noticed a bulge in the tire with a piece of the rubber missing. Once again I made it home however have not been happy with the quality or life out of the tires. I had a buddy who was going to go tubeless, however after seeing me struggle with them he decided to stick with his clinchers. Maybe a tire with a higher TPI may work better.

Reviewed 6/27/2016
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Superb road tubeless tire
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by Mark
Cycling Enthusiast
Scappoose, OR
Review for Schwalbe One Tubeless Road Tire
4 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

This is my third brand of road tubeless tire installed on my bike. The first two I had mixed feelings about them thus the reason to change. The first two were very hard to install and either leaked an unacceptable amount of air from the beginning or after a few hundred miles. This required the use of sealant. The Ones require air about every 3-4 days. This is without any sealant used so far. I have just over 500 miles on them and they still look new. I carry a can of Hutchinson fast air which is both an inflator and sealant in one. I have had to use it in the pass to do on the road repairs and just to stop the slow leaks on my other tires. I highly recommend both these tires and the Fast Air.

Reviewed 6/1/2016
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25 cc tires are doing it right
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by Anonymous
Competitive Racer

great tire so far after several hundred miles, mostly road with some gravel. I still need to set up tubeless

Reviewed 5/14/2017
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Tubeless as it should have been all along
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by PetiPop
Competitive Racer
Connecticut
Review for Schwalbe One Tubeless Road Tire
7 of 7 customers found this review helpful.

The Schwalbe One has finally made good on the promise of tubeless tires. Unlike other brands of tubeless tires that I have used over the last few years, these can be mounted without tools and be seated with a hand pump and hold air to a point, where they do not have to be checked daily for proper pressure.

All this without using any goo in the tires that messes up the rims and is a hassle to clean.

The added comfort of running tires at 85-100 lbs as compared to 115-130 with clinchers is enormous.

Over 1500 miles later, I am happy to report that they are still in good shape and I didn't have a single flat.

The Schwalbe One seems to roll very easily, provides excellent grip, although I thought the Hutchinson tires provide a little more feedbackroad feel.

However, the Schwalbe's ease of mounting and inflating can't be overstated. I love these tires and will use nothing but, until something revolutionary better comes along.

Very highly recommended!

Reviewed 3/5/2015
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Great value
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by Anonymous
Competitive Racer
Salt Lake City, UT
Review for Schwalbe One Tubeless Road Tire
3 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

After shopping around for a higher rated tubeless road tire, it seemed like quality, performance and value were best represented with the Schwalbe One. Due to the folded tire, one of the two was pretty hard to seat so the bead would seal up and after about 4 or 5 tries I found if I put in enough air to the point of it leaking out, then pulling the tire around it finally worked.

While I haven't had a flat yet, I'm sure its not a matter of if, but when. So I have yet to find out how it is on the road when trying to fix a flat on the road.

Reviewed 4/25/2014
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Good tires, and easy fit tubeless
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Long Island, NY

Installed these to replace worn Hutchinson all weather tires I'd been using for the winter. They mounted easily and sealed immediately with a trace of soap solution wiped around the bead using a standard floor pump to inflate. Certainly the easiest tubeless tires I've installed. They also seem to give a more lively ride than the all-season tires I replaced.

Reviewed 5/21/2018
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Grippy tire but not durable
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by Anonymous
Competitive Racer
Sacramento, CA
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I purchased 3 new tires in the past 10 months. The front tire is still fine but I've gone through 2 rear tires in that time. Both have puncture so slighly but Stan's sealant couldn't seal tire. They wear vary easily. They do not fit Giant Carbon Tubeless rims well at all. Bike shop couldn't get my rear tire on with a compressor after I attempted to patch it. I am trying Zipp's now.

Reviewed 5/10/2018
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Great Performing Tire
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by SOCAL RIDER
Competitive Racer
Laguna Niguel

I put a set of these on my ultegra 6800 training wheels a few months back with some stans sealant. I weighed the set before and after and saw a 20-gram drop after install from gp4000. They ride amazing, corner very well, and roll very nice. I used some soap solution suds to install and a regular floor pump. These are great!

Reviewed 5/5/2018
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Fast
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by Kim
Competitive Racer
Wheeling, WV

Easy to mount. Seems to roll very well. Used Orange Seal. Mounted On Industry Nine wheels. They are a bit pricey but not flats so far.

Reviewed 5/3/2018
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Best tubeless road tire available at this time.
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by Old Washoe Varmint
Cycling Enthusiast
Western Nevada
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I have these tires on the road wheels for my Niner RLT-9 gravel bike. The Schwalbes mount up and seal securely and offer a smooth yet responsive ride. I don't have enough miles on them to comment on longevity, but have had zero flats or burps. They are a bit tighter and consequently more difficult to get on the rims compared to Maxxis tires, but that's OK for a tubeless tire. Just use some soap. Until Continental comes out with a tubeless Grand Prix 4000 S Mk II, these babies are my go to tire. Now I want to build up a set of wheels with Stans Grail rims for the Co-Mo tandem so we can go tubeless on the big bus. What can I say? Tubes are so yesterday.

Reviewed 4/16/2018
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Excellent handling tire.
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by brij43
Competitive Racer
Santa Cruz, CA
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I've lost count of how many Schwalbe Pro One tubeless tires I've ridden in the past five or so years. I've used Hutchinson, Panaracer, & several Specialized models. Pro One's feel great on the bike. They're relatively light, super grippy and very high volume. While expensive I think all tubeless road tires are pretty pricey and these seem like a better deal for their performance. Drawbacks 1) they wear fairly quickly-it's a tradeoff for the excellent handling. I live in Santa Cruz and the roads are pretty rough. I'd estimate they're good for close to 3,000 miles-I do ride them longer than many folks though and this is just a guess. 2) the newer version of this tire is a lot harder to mount at least on my HED Ardennes wheels. They need to be inflated with a tube to get the creases out, but even then one has to be patient. Overall clearly the best tubeless tire I've used.

Reviewed 4/2/2018
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One hole and done
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by Hill-Pumper
Cycling Enthusiast
Willamette Valley Oregon
2 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

This was my first time on road tubeless tires, but not to tubeless tires in general. I run tubeless on both my mountain and gravel bikes. They mounted actually quite quickly with just a little shot from the air compressor. I used Orange brand sealant since I have had good luck with it, but have used Stans and Continental as well. I was using these in the 28mm size for my adventure road bike. My first impression was how low the rolling resistance was. The negative was that the ride seemed fairly harsh unless I lowered the pressure down to 60 PSI to get the comfortable. The other thing that I notice is they seemed to be lacking in the traction department. Cornering was not great, and wet roads are dicey compared to other tires that I have used. My main issue is the first puncture ended up ruining the tire. The sealant did not seal the tire, so I ended up putting a tube in to finish the rest of the 60 mile ride. I can not blame the tire for not sealing, probably more in issue with not enough sealant. That said, after patching the tire, and putting new sealant in, the tire started to separate where the hole was. Considering how much these cost, I am fairly disappointed. I have had similar size holes in other tires without any problems. The tires only had 500 miles on them. I ended up going back to Continental Grand Prix 4000 S II's with latex tubes. These ride as nice, if not better, have better traction, and can repaired easily from my past experience.

Reviewed 3/25/2018
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Paired with Enve SESb3.4 disc wheel, its the best tire I've ever ridden on.
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by MartinKreitman
Cycling Enthusiast
Chicagoland
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Nestled in the Enve SES 3.4 rim, designed for a 25mm tire, the rim perfectly supports the sidewall and the tire profile from rim edge to rim edge is nearly a perfectly circular arc. This tubeless tire rolls incredibly well, noticeably better than Campy Bora tubulars (my previous wheel). The handling is also different and better than anything I've previously experienced (in hundreds of thousands of miles or riding dating back to the 1970's). So is the sense that the tire remains 'grounded' and secure to the pavement as one leans into a turn or goes over bumps in the road. My interpretation for this sensation is that the sidewall support keeps the tire from flexing side-to-side as the bike leans, and the very circular profile of the tire results in a very smooth side-to-side transition of the tire. The sensation is really quite uncanny. My only caveat, of course, is that these comments apply to tire wheel. The light rim weight and its obvious stiffness, also contributes to the overall feel. It's an amazing, eye-opening combo.

Reviewed 3/29/2018
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Stick with Hutchinsons-There were a major disappointment
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by idratherbecyclin
Cycling Enthusiast
East Tennessee
1 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

I have ridden Hutchinson 700x23c tubeless for several years with no complaints (other than the usual challenge to getting a new one mounted.) But after reading how great the new Schwalbe Pro One's were, I took the plunge. What a train wreck. The only good thing I can say is that they do mount easier than the Hutchinsons. But they aren't round! I felt like I was riding on chip and seal on a smooth road. I looked, and sure enough, there were a couple of low spots. So I remounted it, using the Schwalbe rim stuff, no difference. I tried a third time, being sure to take them up to about 130 psi , and hearing all the 'pops' stop. Still rough as a cob. In addition, these tires are bigger than a regular 700x23c. I have a tight clearance in the seat stay, and it rubs enough to squeak!! Learned my expensive lesson, the other tire is going on ebay, and I am going back to Hutchinsons.

Reviewed 2/18/2018
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Schwalbe and Tubeless - This ain't tomorrow, it is today!
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by TelemarkTumalo
Cycling Enthusiast
Bend, Oregon
3 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

Into my second season on the Schwalbe Pro One Tubeless. Great tires all 'round. Ride like a dream, reasonably light, easy to mount, tough as nails. I've used these for commuting, training and racing. I have the 25 mm tires mounted on Enve 3.4 rims and run 70 psi front and 80 psi rear. I weigh 152 lbs. Great ride and great handling in rain and dry. And, I think just as tough on gravel as the Hutchinson Sector 28's.

Reviewed 2/3/2018
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