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Schwalbe Pro One 25/28mm Tubeless Road Tires (Pair)
Schwalbe Pro One 25/28mm Tubeless Road Tires (Pair)
Schwalbe Pro One 25/28mm Tubeless Road Tires (Pair)
Schwalbe Pro One 25/28mm Tubeless Road Tires (Pair)
Schwalbe Pro One 25/28mm Tubeless Road Tires (Pair)
Schwalbe Pro One 25/28mm Tubeless Road Tires (Pair)
Schwalbe Pro One 25/28mm Tubeless Road Tires (Pair)

Schwalbe Pro One 25/28mm Tubeless Road Tires (Pair)

New Pro One Tubeless - 13% lower resistance and 22% more cornering grip. The pinnacle of German road bike tire technology from Schwalbe, Faster and lighter than the best clincher tires.

Schwalbe have launched the new grippier Pro One Tubeless. Now only 245g for a 25mm and lower rolling resistance than the clincher version!

The Schwalbe tubeless road tires consistently win plaudits from journalists and customers alike. We have been testing them for a long time and have been very impressed. The Pro One's are Schwalbe's top of the range tires and feature their triple compound tread so you get extremely low rolling-resistance combined with excellent grip and durability. In fact, the Tubeless version of this tyre only has 17w rolling resistance against the clincher version which has 19w. This all comes with the added benefits of tubeless including great puncture protection. The tubeless beads on Schwalbe tires have a flat edging and the new Mirco-Skin carbon tubeless layer makes them incredibly good at sealing with the rim bed and sidewall and very easy to fit.

The highly respected German Magazine TOUR said "Unbeatable with punctures... – the "self-repair" with sealant means that no tube can compare ... The Schwalbe PRO ONE (preformed ideally and can be installed without tools and is immediately sealed) weighs approx. 290 grams including 40 millilitres of sealant, while the Conti folding tyre with tubes weighs 320 grams."

Please note - we can only supply these tires at the time of purchase of a HUNT wheelset. We cannot supply them separately.

The Experts' View

Bike Radar Logoroad.cc LogoCycling News Logo

Schwalbe Description

HIGH-END TUBE TYPE ROAD BIKE TIRE

Tubeless Easy is the special Schwalbe technology for the next evolutionary level of the tubeless tire. In practical terms, this means: A little liquid sealant is necessary, yet extensive conversion processes involving a lot of shaking and frequent re-pumping are not required. Compared to classic tubeless tires, it is far easier to assemble.

MicroSkin: New key technology for Tubeless Easy. MicroSkin is the development which makes the difference compared to previous tubeless tires. The patented construction consists of a high-tensile micro fabric which is vulcanized together with the rubber compound and the carcass. MicroSkin envelops the entire carcass and facilitates a fault-free Tubeless Easy operation for high pressure tires, not unlike SnakeSkin on an MTB tyre.

V-Guard Puncture Protection Belt. The liner is made of a specifically developed high-tech polymer fibre that is also used for bullet-proof and anti-stab vests. It provides excellent protection from cuts and punctures, and at the same time, it is extremely light-weight.

Addix Race Compound is a completely new formulation. Addix Race is a multi-compound made of the most innovative and highest quality proven polymers.

The new TUBELESS tire is a new experience. With the new PRO ONE, the tubeless tire provides ambitious sportsmen with significant benefits: It is faster, safer and lighter. All of those who have been able to ride with the PRO ONE have been impressed and immediately convinced. This is because the TUBELESS tire with the PRO ONE does not only promise an advantage, the TUBELESS tire with the PRO ONE is also a cycling experience.

In simple figures: The new Schwalbe PRO ONE is 25 percent lighter than the previous tubeless tire. The new PRO ONE is faster. The rolling friction measurements show almost 25 percent less than a comparable folding tire and over 40 percent less than tires which are similarly resistant to puncturing, such as the DURANO. This is joined by an all-round superior level of cut resistance.

The new TUBELESS tire is already being used by professionals. Martin Elmiger, Swiss champion of WorldTour Team IAM Cycling, and Sylvain Chavanel, have already put the tubeless tire to the test in extreme conditions. There is no tougher challenge for either cyclists or tires than the cobblestones of Paris-Roubaix. Their initial scepticism gave way to huge enthusiasm for the tubeless tires. Both cyclists were amazed at the speed and comfort with which the tubeless tires 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 tires Down Under: "This tubeless tire has rolling properties like a track tire!" From a track specialist like Roger Kluge, this is a substantial compliment.


Which size to run 25 or 28mm?

Any of these three tire sizes will work excellently with our wheels and provide great performance but advantages can be gained by selecting the tire width to match your intended routes and types of riding. While 25mm wide tires are a great choice for many riders and have become the status quo over the past decade the consensus is shifting towards 28mm (even for pro-riders) as having lower rolling resistance, puncture protection and of course comfort/grip.

Weight is obviously a factor and if you can save some on the tire that will make a bit of difference to climbing, so our view is if we're going to be doing rides/races with lots of climbing, where the descending speed/grip is not so important, then we would consider the 25mm option. We would also use 25mm tires with our Race Season wheels for any short aero focused events such at time-trials and sprint/Olympic distance triathlons on smooth roads, as there is a reasonable consensus that a narrower tire than rim improves aerodynamics. For pretty much any normal events/riding we would go for 28mm to improve rolling resistance/speed, grip and comfort. We would use 28mm tires with a lower pressure (around 85-95psi) for training, rough roads, cobbles, or super long events where reducing fatigue is essential.

There are several articles online regarding tyre width choice but here a is a really good article by the guys at RoadCyclingUK.com 'Should you be using wider tires on your road bike?'

Reviews

Bike Magazine and Website Experts' Views

Road.cc Logo

Road.cc 9/10 Review

"Superb road feel, ultra-grippy (after bedding in) and super-fast. Going tubeless? Buy these."

Cycling News Logo

Cycling News Recommends

"Super easy tubeless fit and beautifully floated, grippy ride make Pro One’s a great all-rounder even if they’re not the fastest"

Bikeradar

Bike Radar 4.5 Review

"The Pro One TLE is a capable all-round performance tyre that’s rider-friendly both on-road and in the workshop"

 

About Schwalbe Bicycle Tires

Schwalbe is still a family owned company and is the leader in the European market for bicycle tyres. Founded in the 1922 by the Bohle family, who remain at the helm of the company, Schwalbe offer an incredibly wide range of tyres. Schwalbe tires are trusted by many top athletes in mountain bike, triathlon and road bicycle racing. Schwalbe's tires are only available from specialist cycle retailers who offer the advice needed to help support their technical products and Hunt Bike Wheels is proud to be one of them.

New Pro One Tubeless - 13% lower resistance and 22% more cornering grip. The pinnacle of German road bike tire technology from Schwalbe, Faster and lighter than the best clincher tires.

Schwalbe have launched the new grippier Pro One Tubeless. Now only 245g for a 25mm and lower rolling resistance than the clincher version!

The Schwalbe tubeless road tires consistently win plaudits from journalists and customers alike. We have been testing them for a long time and have been very impressed. The Pro One's are Schwalbe's top of the range tires and feature their triple compound tread so you get extremely low rolling-resistance combined with excellent grip and durability. In fact, the Tubeless version of this tyre only has 17w rolling resistance against the clincher version which has 19w. This all comes with the added benefits of tubeless including great puncture protection. The tubeless beads on Schwalbe tires have a flat edging and the new Mirco-Skin carbon tubeless layer makes them incredibly good at sealing with the rim bed and sidewall and very easy to fit.

The highly respected German Magazine TOUR said "Unbeatable with punctures... – the "self-repair" with sealant means that no tube can compare ... The Schwalbe PRO ONE (preformed ideally and can be installed without tools and is immediately sealed) weighs approx. 290 grams including 40 millilitres of sealant, while the Conti folding tyre with tubes weighs 320 grams."

Please note - we can only supply these tires at the time of purchase of a HUNT wheelset. We cannot supply them separately.

The Experts' View

Bike Radar Logoroad.cc LogoCycling News Logo

Schwalbe Description

HIGH-END TUBE TYPE ROAD BIKE TIRE

Tubeless Easy is the special Schwalbe technology for the next evolutionary level of the tubeless tire. In practical terms, this means: A little liquid sealant is necessary, yet extensive conversion processes involving a lot of shaking and frequent re-pumping are not required. Compared to classic tubeless tires, it is far easier to assemble.

MicroSkin: New key technology for Tubeless Easy. MicroSkin is the development which makes the difference compared to previous tubeless tires. The patented construction consists of a high-tensile micro fabric which is vulcanized together with the rubber compound and the carcass. MicroSkin envelops the entire carcass and facilitates a fault-free Tubeless Easy operation for high pressure tires, not unlike SnakeSkin on an MTB tyre.

V-Guard Puncture Protection Belt. The liner is made of a specifically developed high-tech polymer fibre that is also used for bullet-proof and anti-stab vests. It provides excellent protection from cuts and punctures, and at the same time, it is extremely light-weight.

Addix Race Compound is a completely new formulation. Addix Race is a multi-compound made of the most innovative and highest quality proven polymers.

The new TUBELESS tire is a new experience. With the new PRO ONE, the tubeless tire provides ambitious sportsmen with significant benefits: It is faster, safer and lighter. All of those who have been able to ride with the PRO ONE have been impressed and immediately convinced. This is because the TUBELESS tire with the PRO ONE does not only promise an advantage, the TUBELESS tire with the PRO ONE is also a cycling experience.

In simple figures: The new Schwalbe PRO ONE is 25 percent lighter than the previous tubeless tire. The new PRO ONE is faster. The rolling friction measurements show almost 25 percent less than a comparable folding tire and over 40 percent less than tires which are similarly resistant to puncturing, such as the DURANO. This is joined by an all-round superior level of cut resistance.

The new TUBELESS tire is already being used by professionals. Martin Elmiger, Swiss champion of WorldTour Team IAM Cycling, and Sylvain Chavanel, have already put the tubeless tire to the test in extreme conditions. There is no tougher challenge for either cyclists or tires than the cobblestones of Paris-Roubaix. Their initial scepticism gave way to huge enthusiasm for the tubeless tires. Both cyclists were amazed at the speed and comfort with which the tubeless tires 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 tires Down Under: "This tubeless tire has rolling properties like a track tire!" From a track specialist like Roger Kluge, this is a substantial compliment.


Which size to run 25 or 28mm?

Any of these three tire sizes will work excellently with our wheels and provide great performance but advantages can be gained by selecting the tire width to match your intended routes and types of riding. While 25mm wide tires are a great choice for many riders and have become the status quo over the past decade the consensus is shifting towards 28mm (even for pro-riders) as having lower rolling resistance, puncture protection and of course comfort/grip.

Weight is obviously a factor and if you can save some on the tire that will make a bit of difference to climbing, so our view is if we're going to be doing rides/races with lots of climbing, where the descending speed/grip is not so important, then we would consider the 25mm option. We would also use 25mm tires with our Race Season wheels for any short aero focused events such at time-trials and sprint/Olympic distance triathlons on smooth roads, as there is a reasonable consensus that a narrower tire than rim improves aerodynamics. For pretty much any normal events/riding we would go for 28mm to improve rolling resistance/speed, grip and comfort. We would use 28mm tires with a lower pressure (around 85-95psi) for training, rough roads, cobbles, or super long events where reducing fatigue is essential.

There are several articles online regarding tyre width choice but here a is a really good article by the guys at RoadCyclingUK.com 'Should you be using wider tires on your road bike?'

Reviews

Bike Magazine and Website Experts' Views

Road.cc Logo

Road.cc 9/10 Review

"Superb road feel, ultra-grippy (after bedding in) and super-fast. Going tubeless? Buy these."

Cycling News Logo

Cycling News Recommends

"Super easy tubeless fit and beautifully floated, grippy ride make Pro One’s a great all-rounder even if they’re not the fastest"

Bikeradar

Bike Radar 4.5 Review

"The Pro One TLE is a capable all-round performance tyre that’s rider-friendly both on-road and in the workshop"

 

About Schwalbe Bicycle Tires

Schwalbe is still a family owned company and is the leader in the European market for bicycle tyres. Founded in the 1922 by the Bohle family, who remain at the helm of the company, Schwalbe offer an incredibly wide range of tyres. Schwalbe tires are trusted by many top athletes in mountain bike, triathlon and road bicycle racing. Schwalbe's tires are only available from specialist cycle retailers who offer the advice needed to help support their technical products and Hunt Bike Wheels is proud to be one of them.

Schwalbe Pro One 25/28mm Tubeless Road Tires (Pair)

Regular price $129.99

Fitting not available. Tires can be sent for fitting at home when purchased with a wheelset.

Only available if purchased with a wheelset

ORDERING YOUR TIRES

At the same time as ordering your wheels | Simply add this item to your basket and we will supply the tires in the box and ship your wheelset and tires together.

Already ordered your wheels? | If you have already placed an order for wheels which have not yet shipped and would like to add these tires to them, simply buy them on the website, using the same email address as your wheel order. We will automatically match all your orders and add the tires to your order.

Schwalbe Pro One 25/28mm Tubeless Road Tires (Pair) $129.99