Schwalbe G-One Speed Tire - Tubeless

Schwalbe G-One Speed Tire - Tubeless
Schwalbe G-One Speed Tire - Tubeless
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G-One Speed Tire - Tubeless by Schwalbe
Road tubeless is the wave of the future, and Schwalbe is leading the way with its G-One Speed Tubeless Tire. Featuring just a hint of tread to keep you steady on less than pristine roads without slowing you down, this tire blends the comfort of tubeless with much appreciated flat protection to weather all manner of choppy chipseal, buffed out fire roads, and general pavement adventures. The G-One pairs the low-pressure and puncture-resistant properties of tubeless with a 30mm diameter to soak up all the bumps. The wider stance allows for even lower tire pressure and an increased contact patch for more confident grip in corners and an overall smoother ride than narrower tires. Schwalbe's MicroSkin construction adds durability to the G-One, helping the tire resist ill-intentioned debris on the route so you arrive at your destination flat-free.

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