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Schwalbe 23OT One Pneu souple Noir 700 x 23C (23-622)
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- 127 TPI
- pneu COURSE
- Pneu de compétition
- Mélange de gomme Onestar
- Résistance au roulement minimum
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Description du produit
schwalbe one tour, le plus grand magazine de vélos de course dŽeurope (12/2014) : « parfait allrounder ... bonne tenue de route, comportement directionnel neutre ... très bonne adhérence sur sol mouillé ... grande protection anti-crevaison. » le magazine tour a effectué un test dŽendurance de 6 000 km : « bien quŽil soit plus léger que son concurrent direct de la marque continental, le schwalbe one a suffisamment de gomme sur la bande de roulement, ce qui lui confère des qualités de roulement respectables. le pneu arrière nŽa connu aucune crevaison pendant presque 6000 km. il est devenu entretemps légèrement « carré » mais résiste encore aux coupures et aux petits cailloux. sur le pneu avant, la distance parcourue nŽa laissé pratiquement aucune trace, mise à part la perforation due à lŽépine de ronce du sud de lŽitalie. » caractéristiques: dimensions : etrto 23-622 (franz.bez. 700x23) mélange de gomme : onestar ...
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Mounting: These mount and inflate much more easily than Hutchinson Fusion 3's I have been running for over two years. The front tire inflated without any massaging. The rear tire was a bit more finicky and required some soapy water and voila, I was up and running. The Fusion 3's rarely mounted and inflated without much massaging, a lot of soapy water and even some prayer at times. The Schwalbes held air immediately and without sealant stayed inflated for about 4 days with minimal loss of air. After 4 days I added Stan's Sealant to both wheels for puncture protection. The Tarmac has just enough clearance to accommodate the 28's, although to take the wheels off the bike requires the brake release to be opened all the way and even then I need to squeeze the tires between the brake pads when the tires are fully inflated. This does not require a herculean effort by any means and for me, a minor inconvenience for the benefits these tires offer.
Riding: I needed to play around with the air pressure to get it just right for me (208lb Clyde). I've landed on 80psi in the rear and 72psi in the front. This set up is the most comfortable I have been on a bike, tubular comfort without the hassle. The extra width soaks up almost all of the chatter from the road, sidewalk (I live right next to a paved bike path) and gravel canals around my area (Scottsdale, AZ). It's given me confidence to occasionally go off road on my Tarmac! The tires feel like they conform around the pebbles in the gravel making the ride off-road smooth.
The rolling resistance of the wider tires appears to be negligable. I seem to be going just as fast as before but again with greater comfort. That's just based on comparing my speed at similar sections of common ride routes I've done by looking a Strava and my Sigma Data center.
Cornering is now executed with a greater level of confidence. The extra rubber erases all doubt and I can carve through many corners without checking the brakes because of the road holding ability of these tires. I can also use a tighter line if necessary and stick it without the least bit of wander. Obviously I still need to check for gravel and loose material in the corners but even then the extra rubber helps.
I have not gotten a flat yet and don't expect to for some time with the Stan's Sealant in the tires. There are no cuts or gouges in the rubber in spite of the fact the I've definitely ridden through glass strewn on the road on various rides. Tread wear has been excellent. The Fusion 3's would have been showing more tread wear at the same mileage point. Don't get me wrong, I don't dislike the Fusion 3's. They are very good and would recommend them to anyone. It's just that the Scwalbes are just that much better in every respect from my experience. Also, you should know that the comparison is not exactly apples to apples since I was riding the Fusions in 25mm width and the Schwalbe Ones in 28mm. Wider tires will wear more slowly. The wider rubber also allows me to lower my tire pressure, increasing grip and comfort as well. The bottom line for me is I'd be hard pressed to go back the 25mm tires for regular training rides.
I ordered the Tubeless One 700/28 on 3/30/16 and received a day later, and didn't think twice as I began to install on my Bontrager Race TLR rims. I used my trusty floor pump to pump up the tire to 80psi and all was good. The tire sidewall indicated pressure to be between 85 and 115psi, which seemed a little high, but I'm a rule follower. I pumped it up to 95psi and stopped. About a second later...Boom!!! The wheel flew off the stand, and tire bead completely disengaged from the tubeless rim (Bontrager Race TLR), with both pieces lying lonely on the ground with white sealant sprayed across the garage, and on my sweet new black Nikes. As I surveyed the situation, I made sure there wasn't blood running from my ears and that I had all my faculties, and I noticed that the box the tire came in, did not indicate "Tubeless" anywhere expect on a sticker that the seller put on the box. I did a thorough search online and I found consistently, that the One Tubeless boxes and sidewall indicated "Tubeless". I also rolled down to the local shop, where I found the 23mm Tubeless One version, which had the Tubeless wording on the box. I'm thankful that it exploded while I was safely in the garage compared to barreling down a steep road at 40 mph and have the tire peel off the rim and send me tumbling. The box should state "Tubeless" and if it doesn't ask the seller for clarification.
Two different sellers so far sent me re-labeled standard clinchers.
These would be a safety issue if mounted to tubeless rims.
If your box has the Schwalbe Art. No 11600518 then it is a 700 x 25c clincher and it will not have the "tubeless" emblazoned on the sidewall.
If your box has the Schwalbe Art. No 11600527 then it is a 700 x 28c clincher and it will not have the "tubeless" emblazoned on the sidewall.
So far, the mis-labeled boxes all have had a white sticker either on a clear plastic over wrap (28C) or placed over the original Schwalbe
bar code label. In each case the label claims it is tubeless.
This nonsense needs to stop.
I hope this is helpful.
The seller asked me to post a product review after leaving positive seller feedback for his handling of the mistaken labeling situation.
I cannot comment on the Schwalbe clinchers as yet, having never used them. But the tubeless are the best there is, period. This is referring to the "ONE" version, not the "Pro One". I have yet to locate the 25's in the original ONE series (tubeless) as it seems everyone is sold out and Schwalbe has unfortunately discontinued them. I have hundreds of miles on these on two different bikes without a flat and they are grippy yet durable. I will be using the PRO One clinchers on my new Enve wheels which are not tubeless compatible, but cannot comment on their performance yet.
On the road, they feel smoother than the Hutchinson Fusion 3s and the Specialized Turbo tubeless.
The 23s measure as true 23s on Fulcrum Racing Ones.
The 23s are rated for running as low as 70 psi. I weigh 145, and 70 psi rides like a dream. It was fine riding them on trails that I can charitably describe as poorly maintained crushed gravel.
When road racing season is over, I look forward to getting some 28s and comparing them to the Hutchinson Secteurs.