SCHWALBE PRO ONE TUBELESS EASY
Very low rolling resistance, even at low air pressures.
Improved puncture resistance and pressure stability thanks to the new MicroSkin tissue.
"This is the tire I have been waiting for to convert to tubeless." bicyclerollingresistance.com
DIAMETER : 23mm
WEIGHT : 235g
TREAD : 127 TPI
PRESSURE : 5/8.5 bars 70/125 psi
The new TUBELESS tyre is already being used by professionals
Martin Elmiger, Swiss champion of WorldTour Team IAM Cycling, and Sylvain Chavanel, have already put the tubeless tyre to the test in extreme conditions. There is no tougher challenge for either cyclists or tyres than the cobblestones of Paris-Roubaix. Their initial scepticism gave way to huge enthusiasm for the tubeless tyres. Both cyclists were amazed at the speed and comfort with which the tubeless tyres guided them over the hellish cobblestones. They didn't experience a single snake-bite, by far the most frequent cause of blow-outs on the Paris-Roubaix route. Both cyclists completed the race without a single puncture. Martin Elmiger came in at fifth place.
Roger Kluge, also from the IAM Team, has already tested the new tyres Down Under: "This tubeless tyre has rolling properties like a track tyre!" From a track specialist like Roger Kluge, this is a substantial compliment.
The fastest of the best – Schwalbe Pro One Tubeless
Ten high-end racing tyres of leading manufacturers had to prove their abilities in a rolling resistance test of the website bikeradar.com. In collaboration with the independent test lab Wheel Energy in Finland, the tyres were put to a full test in both the lab and on the road. The winner of all test set-ups: Schwalbe Pro One Tubeless.
Lab and road tests
In the test lab, the Pro One achieved the best results and eclipsed all competitors on both the smooth and the rough-surface drum.
The Schwalbe Pro One Tubeless also convinced across the board in the road tests. “Whether it is the lack of a tube, the rubber compound or the excellent construction, the Pro One feels supple and fast on the road,” commented Ben Delaney from Bikeradar.com.