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First Ride of the ALL NEW Schwalbe Tires

this is pretty exciting
brand new box of yet to be released
schwalbe tires let’s flip it open
because
we’ve got the decade of super flipping
off
look at this superhero that is so cool
thrilling tires around
a decade of superstars now you know
there’s something pretty special is
going to be in here
such a cool graphic first thing we’re
going to pull out
this brochure get an idea of what it is
so it’s all new mountain bike
instructions you’ve got super race
super ground super trails super gravity
super downhill
that is a lot of supers put that there
get rid of that packaging let’s pull out
something that is very familiar to us
the magic mary but the difference with
it is it comes in that new super trail
casing
now this sits just below super gravity
it’s a little bit lighter
it’s still got puncture protection the
compound is soft which i’m really
familiar with
excited to get that onto the ransom and
then
this this is what i’m really excited
about already been testing one of these
on someone bikes secretly it’s a big
betty
a brand new rear specific tire for sort
of
enduro and downhill take a look at that
there we go we’ve got great side knobs
we’ve got good braking we’ve got good
acceleration
and rolling this is a 29 by 2.4
it’s in the super gravity casing you’ve
got added protection
that’s going to go on the rear of my
bike with that on the front we’re going
to fit them to the ransom
in a little bit but let’s continue
unboxing because we’ve got this new
knobby neck this has been completely
redesigned and
taking out of the box
let’s see i think it’s almost like
it’s almost like a mini magic mary look
at those side knobs right there
they’re reinforced you’ve got great
braking again
i think that’s gonna be a really good
trail tire this is in super trail
casing soft compound but we’ve got one
that is in the speed grip compound again
super trail so that’s perfect for like a
trail bike
all mountain kind of stuff i’m going to
put these onto a spark a little bit
later on
i’m going to take it out for a ride what
else are we going here well
i’ve also got ceiling because all my
tires are going to be set
and get up tubeless um we’ve got some of
the new
new schwalbe valves as well um super
cool
a few more of them in there i can’t
reach them we can get onto the super
race tire now this is designed for sort
of
high level cross-country racing got the
racing ray
you’ve got it in the speed compound that
red that’s what marks it
fast rolling lightweight i mean picking
the box off
there really isn’t much too i’m going to
pull it out for you just to
just to show you because i’m actually
really excited about these
and they’re in that tremble definitely
tin town wall
depending on the bike of course so there
you go i mean
there’s honestly nothing to it at all
it’s so
light just picking it up it’s really
fast rolling
lightweight perfect cross-country tire
we’ve got the racing ralph as well
that’s going to go in the rear of a
cross-country bike a little bit faster
rolling
compared to ray it’s got better side
knobs better traction perfect for up
front
and then there’s two more tires in here
we’ve got the eddy current
um that’s a real tire that’s in super
gravity
that’s just to give you a bit of added
protection you’ve got a little bit more
cushioning with it being super gravity
as well
comes in 29 by 2.6 that one
and then we’ve got the eddy current
front it’s a front tire specific
i mean look at those huge blocks it’s
going to give you
loads and loads of grip and that’s also
a 29 by 2.6
super trail so you’ve got the super
trail which is a little bit lighter than
super gravity
i think that’s going to be a perfect
front tire sort of a trail bike tire
super gravity kind of enduro and then
super downhill is obviously for downhill
i don’t have any of those tires right
here
but i think what we’re gonna do now is
i’m gonna grab big betty
and this is magic mary the magic mary
we’re gonna get them fitted to the
ransom
and head out for a ride
gives me the fear every time
[Applause]
all right well i think that was a very
successful first ride of the new
schwarbe tires
magic mary super trail casing up front
brand new big betty on the rear
super gravity casing both soft 29 by 2.4
let’s first of all talk about that magic
mirror up front the main difference
because i’m already really used to that
tyre pattern is the fact that i was
running super trail it’s about 200 grams
lighter than super gravity
i could feel it if i was going out to
the alps i might opt for the super
gravity casing just to give you a little
bit more
support cushioning and get rid of some
of the vibrations a little bit more
but for where i’m riding right here and
trail stuff
absolutely perfect on the rear well
let’s talk about that new big betty
because
if i’m right at home on it straight away
you’ve got great braking edges
acceleration goes really well with these
ramps right here
the tread pattern while the side knobs
they’ve got extra support right here
so if you do push really hard they’re
not going to fold over
tire pressure well i was running 26 in
the rear
22 psi up front really really happy with
it
now i’m going to get back into the
workshop i’m going gonna prep a spark
we’re gonna take that out i’m gonna try
the new knobby nick in super trail
casing let’s do it
[Music]
[Applause]
[Music]
first round of the nobby nick done that
was actually the first time that i had
actually taken out two
and the first impressions really
impressed by it as
i thought it was going to be it’s like a
little brother of the magic mary so
you’ve got
really nice side knobs great breaking
edge as you saw from those trails that
we’re riding they’re fast they’re flowy
but there’s some turns you could really
rip into you had to slow down
quick for there’s some steeper sections
and it performed really well
running the attic soft up front just to
give me a little bit more grip on the
front tire
i’ve got the speed grip on the rear
which is faster rolling
the new casing the super trail both
front and rear it’s just a really nice
fit just below the super gravity it’s
having a little bit of weight perfect
for this bike because
it’s a little bit easier to pedal around
all day and then under the sense i can
really push it pretty hard we’re going
to go back into the workshop
i’m going to talk through all the tires
i’ve even got super downhill now
so i can show you them and talk about
where you might run each of them
and why all right so now that we’ve
taken it out for a first ride you know
about the tires
i’m going to talk you right through the
range and try and decide decipher which
casing might be best for you so we’re
going to start with the super downhill
because it is the most protected and
with the name
downhill is what it’s designed to do so
it’s the heaviest tire it’s going to
give you the most amount of protection
the casing is the thickest and think
there’s six layers in there
to give you maximum protection against
punctures
if we pick up the super gravity picking
up
it’s just a little bit lighter not much
but there is a difference
as suggests gravity is in the name so
it’s designed for sort of gravity riding
it’s a great tire sort of all-rounder
that you can pedal up to the top of the
hill
and then ride back down however this
is where the addition of the super trail
becomes really exciting
because picking up is lighter again a
great trail tire
um it’s just lightweight it makes it a
little bit easier to pedal up
you have got i think it’s three layers
under the tread right there so giving
you a lot of protection still
and but not quite as much as the super
gravity or the super downhill
and then moving on to the super ground i
don’t have a super ground right here
it’s got a little less protection again
but i do have a super race
there’s nothing to it is really a
lightweight tyre that’s designed for out
and out cross-country racing it’s the
lightest tire that schwalbe offer in the
mountain bike range
that kind of talks through the casing
for me
for my bikes on the spark i’m gonna
stick with running super trails
on the ransom i’m gonna go with the
super trail up front
super gravity in the rear and on the
downhill bike
i am probably gonna go for a super
downhill both front and rear
but i could put a super gravity up front
just to save
a little bit of weight now what i think
i’m going to do i’m going to talk
through where the
big betty sits in the range because i
know that there’ll be questions
about that the big betty well it is
designed
as a rear tire it’s an aggressive tyre
you’ve got
great side knob that’s going to give you
really good grip as you’re pushing into
the ground
you’ve got nice breaking edges you’ve
got acceleration right there so it’s
going to slow you down really well
it fits right below the magic mirror in
the range above the hands down
so it’s a really good enduro tire and
then grabbing the knobby neck
while the knobby neck is just below the
hands damp
a little bit faster rolling and the
tread pattern
is a little bit lower you’ve still got
great edges
great breaking edge too so it’s going to
slow you down and loose terrain like you
saw me riding
earlier in the edit really good
all-round tire
perfect for the spark for the ransom
definitely magic mary big betty for me
that is a great combo
i’m super stoked on the new casings on
the release of the big betty
the revamp of the knobby nick if you’d
like to know more i’m going to leave a
link in the description of this video
you can click through to schwalbe’s
website you can learn everything that
you might possibly need to know about
tires setting them up tubeless
but if you do have any questions please
leave them in the comments down below
i’ll do my best to answer them
give this video a thumb up like if
you’ve enjoyed it and i’ll see you guys
out riding these bad boys real soon

Schwalbe Bike Tires

Schwalbe is a prominent manufacturer that produces high-quality bicycle tires. They have a long standing history and have been making tires for over one hundred years. Their product line extends from mountain bikes to recumbent Schwinn bikes and they are well known for the quality of their design, engineering, and construction. When looking for Schwalbe tires you should know exactly what you are looking for so that you get the right tire for your specific situation.

There are several types of bicycle tires, but all have something in common. The most basic type of tire is a tubeless sealant tube with a small air tank. Tubeless bicycle tires use a sealed tube that is filled with air between the protector and the wheel. The air is allowed to fill the tire and help provide traction as well as keeping it properly inflated. Tubeless sealants usually come with a built in air inflation device that is easy to use.

Schwalbe tubeless tires are available in two different forms, which include the regular and the advanced tubeless tire. They are usually available in an off the rim or an inside rim style and are designed to seal with a sealant that is not immediately airtight.

When looking for tubeless tires, there are several considerations that should be kept in mind. First, you should know that tubeless tires can only be used on bicycles with rim locks. If you bike does not currently have this technology then you should upgrade your lock to one that will accept a tubeless tire. Next, you should know that you may need to purchase a tube if your bike does not already have one. There are many retailers that sell tubeless tires and an internet search should give you a list of places that sell them.

Schwalbe tubeless tires offer great advantages, but they have their disadvantages as well. One of the biggest disadvantages that people face when using tubeless technology is the lack of durability compared to a typical rigid tire. Since the tire has no sealant, there is nothing to stop the leak from getting on the road which causes a significant increase in rolling resistance. People who use these types of tires without a sealant often find that over time the tube begins to lose air because it has nowhere for it to go.

The next disadvantage to be aware of is the increased weight of the tire with v-guard protection. This is especially true for people who are trying to use a heavy bicycle. The Schwalbe tire with v-guard protection will increase the weight of the bicycle by approximately 50 percent. Another disadvantage to these types of tires is the extra cost that is associated with purchasing these tires. You will pay more money for each tube that you buy which increases the cost of your bicycle significantly. If you are going to use Schwalbe, you may want to consider another type of tire that offers better traction and durability.

Schwalbe Bicycle Tire Set FAQ

Schwalbe mountain bike tires

Schwalbe mountain bike tires are designed for rugged use. This is because the manufacturer of these tires understand that no matter how good a bicycle rider you might be, you will still need to push yourself when riding on rough terrain. That is why the design of these tires has been specifically meant for this purpose. The tread is wide which gives excellent traction in any kind of terrain. There is also a softer rubber compound used as a brake compound on the rear. This helps improve braking power as well as preventing the tires from sliding when there is a lack of traction.

Apart from all this, there are other features of this type of bicycle tire which make them ideal for use in cross country riding and long distance biking. The Schwalbe tires have a very deep tread with a section located at the center. This allows them to give smooth, quiet and easy traveling in spite of a heavy downpour of snow or rain. The sidewalls are also very deep, which ensures that the cyclist does not suffer from punctures under hard conditions.

Schwalbe fat bike tires

There are many companies that produce tires for the Schwalbe Fat Bike. They are popular because they have proven to stand up to the toughest off road conditions. The tire has been designed for use in off-road environments such as gravel, sand and dirt. It is a durable design that can handle difficult terrain and provide the cyclist with the confidence to go the distance.

One of the reasons that the tire is so well built is that it features a sealed air core. This helps the tire to perform under any kind of condition including severe weather. The patented One Touch sealing process ensures that the tire does not lose air while in use. The result is a perfect ride every time the bike is out on the road.

The most popular model is the SS designation that refers to Sector-Tire. This refers to the center of the tire which is completely sealed. This helps the tire performs well even under extreme conditions. They come in different widths to match the specifications of each bike. This makes it easier to find the right rim size for your specific bike. For more information you can visit their website.

Schwalbe tubeless road bike tires

Tubeless road bike tires are by far one of the best you can get for your bicycle. They are designed for long distance riding on smooth paved surfaces as well as rocky and sandy ones. They are an ideal replacement for standard tubeless bicycle tires in wet weather conditions where other tire types become slippery when wet. There are many features to look for when deciding which Schwalbe tubeless road bike tire is best for you.

Tubeless Road Bike Tires has a higher level of puncture resistance than typical tubeless bicycle tires, making them more reliable for the cyclist. These kinds of tubes are made from a hard plastic tube that is sealed. They have small air valves at the valve areas so that they will seal properly without causing a leak. This makes them more efficient at stopping quickly compared to other kinds of tubes. When you are choosing a tubeless road bike tire, you should look for puncture resistance that is at least 40 or better.

Schwalbe tubeless road bike tires are available in different sizes to meet the needs of most cyclists. Some are even designed to fit mountain bikes while others are suitable for use on street bicycles. You can find them at most bicycle stores as well as online retailers that sell bicycle parts and bike equipment.

Schwalbe folding bike tires

The most popular tire maker in the bicycle industry today is Schwalbe. For years, Schwalbe has been making quality bicycle tires that are puncture resistant and durable. When selecting a tire, it is important to consider what type of riding you will be doing on your bicycle. One tire that is perfect for cross-country riding or mountain biking is the Schwalbe Marathon Plus tire. This tire is made with Schwalbe’s PEPro technology that gives this tire a very hard, smooth ride. Other characteristics of this tire include the fact that it does not require any latex compound to keep its elasticity and durability.

Another great feature of Schwalbe’s bicycle tires is that they are very lightweight for the bike. There is no need to replace heavy-duty tires that can easily weigh 100 pounds. Since the bike’s frame can support the weight, the bike’s tire can often be much lighter than other competitors’.

If you are looking for a dependable set of Schwalbe folding bike tires, the tire that you choose should last for many years. Schwalbe tires are easy to maintain since they have a five year limited warranty. The rubber compound of these tires is resistant to water, chemicals and alkalis. This makes it ideal for riding in all types of weather. In addition, there are other features such as blow-molded, tubeless and clogged models.

Schwalbe studded bicycle tires

Are you looking for Schwalbe studded bicycle tires? If you’re an ice climber, a mountain biker, a road cyclist or even a stationary bike rider that just rides around the neighborhood once in awhile, you’ll probably appreciate the benefits of these super fast studs. Not only are they great for the road, they also make an excellent choice when it comes to mountain biking on more rugged terrain or off road conditions.

For starters, Schwalbe offer a wide range of different bead configurations and thread colors. No matter if you are looking for a super soft or hard compound, you will be able to find it. In addition to the different thread colors, there is also a nice range of extra hard pads that can be used in place of the standard ones so that you have a bit more of a control during those tricky moments when the ground is so icy. In addition to all these benefits, the Schwalbe line also features a number of very useful features and technologies that really work to increase traction and keep your footings under control even when conditions get a little bit harder.

For instance, the Schwalbe Discontinued Line is loaded with Schwalbe’s Anti Slip Stability Technology which uses a series of molded sidewalls and back ends to eliminate unwanted lift and slide. There is also the Schwalbe Pro viscose compound which helps to improve the level of grip a tire has while decreasing the amount of hydrostatic pressure tire experiences. In addition, the front tire supports a special aluminum air chamber that helps to add stability and additional bite when traveling over rougher surfaces. And, of course, if you don’t like the idea of having to take on all that responsibility, you can rely on the solid footing and dependability of a medallion Schwalbe tire.

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