Schwalbe One

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superdx
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by superdx

Roel W wrote:
Roel W wrote:As I'm typing this message I can still smell the rubber: just mounted some brand new Schwalbe One 25mm clinchers on a pair of second hand Campe Neutron wheels.
Will test them tomorrow...


Tested them on a 170km ride: they are fantastic. I've ridden 3 km off-road an a wet path full of stones (testing some new roads with my Garmin went wrong) without a flat. So they seem quite puncture proof.
Grip and cornering speed are much better then the Mavic Yksion tires on Mavic Ksyrium Elite wheels I used before on the same bike.


Mavic tires (the ones that come stock on Ksyrium SLRs) were TERRIBLE in the wet. No grip whatsoever. I literally back flipped my bike trying to avoid a toddler on a tricycle. Landed on my ass, and my butt bones hurt for days!

I am stuck between purchasing the Schwable One and Veloflex Carbon. Any thing to help my decision either way?

tnc1970
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by tnc1970

@ steel515
I cannot reply to your PM (no clue why is that).
Concerning the pressure I'm running, I'm following the guidelines in the spreadsheet I built (attached)

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Miller
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by Miller

I've had Schwalbe One tubeless in 25mm on back order from Starbike for some weeks. Does anyone have a feeling when or if the 25mm tubeless version will be available? I could just accept the 23mm version but I like the idea of the plumper tyre.

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rmerka
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by rmerka

I have a 25mm tubeless One, coming direct from Scwhalbe North America arriving tomorrow so it seems they'll be in shops sooner than later.

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Miller
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by Miller

Thanks for that info, interesting. Perhaps you could be good enough to post back here confirming when you have them in your hand so I know this format isn't just vapourware?

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rmerka
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by rmerka

I'll be happy to Miller along with a "proof of life" photo.

Johnny Rad
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by Johnny Rad

I'm nearly convinced to try the One clincher ... bit more weight than ZX, but hopefully more than offset by being a bit faster. Change is hard!

My Addict chainstays don't look compatible with anything wider than a 23c tire, so that's the one for me.

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steel515
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by steel515

[quote="tnc1970"]@ steel515
I cannot reply to your PM (no clue why is that).
Concerning the pressure I'm running, I'm following the guidelines in the spreadsheet I built (attached)

<iframe src="https://onedrive.live.com/embed?cid=0A3B0820117A3295&resid=A3B0820117A3295%2115978&authkey=AEUDTAGgiR0VX_E" width="98" height="120" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"></iframe>

https://onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=A ... ile%2c.xls[/quote]

Someone wrote app or program for tire pressure. Have you tried? (Didn't work for me). You can try to PM me again.

dha
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by dha

Miller wrote:I've had Schwalbe One tubeless in 25mm on back order from Starbike for some weeks. Does anyone have a feeling when or if the 25mm tubeless version will be available? I could just accept the 23mm version but I like the idea of the plumper tyre.


I bought two from bikediscount.de in late May, the arrived within a few days. Not sure if they have stock at the moment

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rmerka
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by rmerka

Miller wrote:Thanks for that info, interesting. Perhaps you could be good enough to post back here confirming when you have them in your hand so I know this format isn't just vapourware?


Here's a photo of sasquatch:

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Weight is 331g on the postal scale here at work, 9 grams lighter than the claimed 340g ;) Incidentally the 23c that's going on the front came in at 294g 11 lighter than the claimed 305g.

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dha
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by dha

They were a pita to get on ultegra tubeless rims.

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eigner
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by eigner

I just ordered 2*28mm Schwalbe One's. I'm looking forward to trying them out. They replace Durano plus as my commuter tire.
Come winter I might change for something wider and with more grooves for displacing snow and water.
Current: Colnago CX Zero Di2 Disc, Cannondale F29 carbon3
Previous: Scott Plasma 3 premium, Parlee Z3SL, Parlee Z4, Argon18 E112, TREK TTX7.0, S-Works Transition, Pinarello F4:13

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rmerka
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by rmerka

dha wrote:They were a pita to get on ultegra tubeless rims.

Ditto on Pacenti's

stl516
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by stl516

Can you measure width after installed on wheel? ie true 25mm or narrower like 23-24mm

Here's a photo of sasquatch:

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rmerka
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by rmerka

Sure no problem. I'll do it tonight for both the 23c and 25c.

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