Schwalbe's Jumbo Jim knows that bigger is better. This is especially true if you want to ride in deep snow or loose sand. In these conditions, only large volume combined with extremely low air pressure can help. Schwalbe‘s Jumbo Jim is an extremely light-bike Fat Tire. In the usual Fat-Bike 4-inch width, it weighs less than 1000 grams. And for those particularly tricky trails, it is available in extra-0wide 4.80 inches.
$100.00 - $111.00
Specialized's legendary Ground Control tire now comes in a fat version, so you can take it to the trails any time of year. A lot fancy science went into creating the Ground Control Fat, but all you really need to know is this tire can rip in snow, sand, mud, gravel, and plain old dirt. A foldable bead reduces weight and the 120 thread-per-inch casing means you get a predictable, supple ride every time you hop on your fat bike.
Continental's Grand Prix 4000 Tubular is destined for greatness. Its seamless casing makes it easy to glue it to the rim, and this race-worthy tubie has all the suppleness and incredible road feel you expect from a handmade German tubular. This sew-up also boasts Continental's Black Chili compound and Vectran Breaker Belt, so you get increased puncture protection as well as superior traction and handling.
$68.95 - $124.99
The best road tire money can buy? Could be. Vittoria’s Corsa G+ is the latest iteration in a long line of uncompromising road tires bearing the Corsa name. It combines the very best materials, construction techniques, and the latest technology into a peloton-leading triumph. A 320 TPI cotton casing rolls like warm butter and conforms to every ripple of the road, allowing the G+ graphene rubber compound to hold firm under intense lateral acceleration while the tire rolls effortlessly on the straights. Vittoria knows you won’t baby these tires, so they built the Corsa with a Kevlar-reinforced casing to provide extra sidewall protection and peace of mind when you’re pushing the threshold. You know you’re fast, now prove it.
$79.95 - $115.00
- Hutchinson's pioneering tubeless technology eliminates tubes for a lighter, faster accelerating wheel that can be run at lower pressures - Special bead compound and a thin layer of rubber inside the casing seals the tire - Superlight Road Racing tire with fast rolling slick tread - Galactik version co-developed with Thomas Voeckler, bridging the performance gap between tubular and clincher tires - 20% less rolling resistance than a tubular tire - Single compound rubber for lightweight performance - 127 tpi casing
For the ultimate in road feel and confidence, ride Maxxis' tubeless Padrone TR tire. Going tubeless, you not only remove the weight of the tube, but pinch flats are a thing of the past. Also, the tire conforms to the road better for a ride quality that once felt, you'll never want to go back. This tire goes from long training rides to fast races easily with its dual compound that provides enhanced wear life and improved cornering control. It also uses their Silkworm material for puncture protection, along with a high-strength carbon fiber bead to keep the weight down.
Even fat bikes deserve to go fast, which is why Specialized paired extensive rider feedback with design experience, and the result is a tire with less rolling resistance and more traction. - Casing: 120 TPI - Bead: Foldable - Butyl wrapped bead = 2Bliss Ready - Compound: 60a - 26 x 4.0" Max ride 15 psi / Max install 25 psi
The Tempo II is one of the fastest track tubulars in Continental's arsenal, gathering medals at international track events the world over. It has also found its way onto the gossamer bikes of the WorldTour's elite climbing specialists when they need to trim grams to an absolute minimum on race day. The Tempo II features a very fine 3-ply, 180 thread-per-inch casing for a high-quality ride. And, its fine cross-hatch tread pattern maximizes grip without adding rolling resistance to give you the ultimate in speed.
Schwalbe's Nobby Nic Evolution Line tire has a remarkable range and is ready to rock wherever you take it. Touring and all-mountain riders love them. They're also spotted in fast cross-country racing, as well as in technically demanding enduro competitions. The SnakeSkin sidewall is standard and makes it immune to cuts and blows, while tubeless conversion is as easy and safe as never before. The Nobby Nic is a mountain biker‘s best friend.
For the ultimate in road feel and confidence, go Maxxis' tubeless Padrone tire. Going tubeless, you not only remove the weight of the tube, but pinch flats are a thing of the past. Also, the tire conforms to the road better for a ride quality that once felt, you'll never want to go back. This tire goes from long training rides to fast races easily with its dual compound that provides enhanced wear life and improved cornering control. It also uses their Silkworm material for puncture protection, along with a high-strength carbon fiber bead to keep the weight down.
Specialized's Icebreaker Reflect is the tire that will keep you riding when winter appears. A siped tread pattern in combination with 112 tungsten carbide/steel studs devours ice, slush, and whatever winter can throw at you. And, reflective sidewalls keep you visible on the darkest winter days. Commute year round, anywhere!
Specialized's Icebreaker Reflect is the tire that will keep you riding when winter appears. A siped tread pattern in combination with 224 tungsten carbide/steel studs devours ice, slush, and whatever winter can throw at you. And, reflective sidewalls keep you visible on the darkest winter days. Commute year round, anywhere!
Designed to excel on roads such as the pave sectors of Ronde Van Vlaanderen and Paris-Roubaix, the Specialized S-Works Turbo Hell of the North Tubular is born, and it's right at home in the world's toughest events. The overall design supports you with more traction and comfort, and in the end, will give you more speed compared to other tires. The supple 290 TPI, cotton casing supplies you with a 15% improvement in damping and offers 20% less rolling resistance over previous tires used on the cobblestones. And for adding protection, BlackBelt puncture protection protects against flats. - Casing: 290 TPI - Latex inner tube - Compound: Gripton - Flat Protection: BlackBelt - PSI 80-150, approximate weight 325g
The Specialized Pro Riders asked for a special climbing tire to give them the ultimate competitive advantage. Their Turbo S-Works Mountain Allround feels zippier when you are out of the saddle to place attacks in the mountains. It features a smaller cross section, for easier handling from side to side. It puts all your hard efforts into propelling you forward. Along with GRIPTON compound, you have a fast, agile tire, with controlled cornering and braking modulation on the descents. A secret weapon for the mountains! - Casing: 290 TPI - Latex Inner Tube - Compound: GRIPTON - Flat Protection: BlackBelt - 700 x 22mm; psi 115-200; approximate weight 260g
Specialized's S-Works Turbo Tubeless tire sets the standard for how a performance road tire should perform. Fast, light, and supple, the Turbo's 220 TPI casing meets the needs of competitive road riders. Feel the power of Gripton, Specialized's proprietary rubber compound gives the Turbo extremely low-rolling resistance and superior traction to let you climb, descend, and corner aggressively. Tubeless setup offers even greater performance benefits with more cushion, a lower weight, and less flats. BlackBelt puncture protection adds even more flat protection. Add it all up and the S-Works Turbo sets the standard for high-end road tires very high.
Specialized's S-Works Turbo Tubular Allround 2 is the tire of choice for many professional riders due to its enhanced performance traits over current offerings. It features an extremely low level of rolling resistance, superior cornering traction, and astounding grip through various course conditions. In other words, it's the tire that's purpose-built to help riders get to the finish line first. - Casing: 290 TPI - Latex Inner Tube - Compound: Gripton - Flat Protection: BlackBelt
Confronted by sloppy conditions and frame-clogging mud? Take advantage of poor conditions with Specialized's Terra Tubular Tire! Its tall, widely-spaced knobs provide outstanding braking traction and sensational cornering grip in muddy, wet, and snowy conditions. The Terra's tread pattern also sheds mud for excellent grip everywhere. For even greater control, the Terra boasts a supple 290tpi casing that conforms to terrain irregularities and keeps you moving down the course.
Based on Specialized's World-Cup-winning Renegade mountain bike tire, the Tracer Tubular is a great all-around tread. Its well-spaced, low-profile knobs zip over hardpack and still have enough bite to provide outstanding braking and sensational grip in the corners. For even more control, this smooth-riding tubular boasts a supple 290 thread-per-inch casing that grips terrain and keeps you powering down the course
For fast, hardpack cyclocross courses, look no further than the Trigger Tubular tire from Specialized. Small file-tread center lugs progress outwards to large, aggressive knobs on the tires shoulders providing smooth, predictable transitions and sure-footed grip in the corners. The 260 thread-per-inch casing is as supple as they come, and tubular construction offers incredibly low rolling resistance and virtually pinch flat-free riding.
- Hutchinson's pioneering tubeless technology eliminates tubes for a lighter, faster accelerating wheel that can be run at lower pressures - Carbon casing with carbon fiber beads and textile reinforcement from bead to bead - Special bead compound and a thin layer of rubber inside the casing seals the tire - Triple compound rubber: firm center, medium low angle, soft hard angle combine with a slick profile for very high performance - 127 tpi casing
$90.81 - $97.40
A tire favored by professional downhill and enduro riders, Schwalbe's Magic Mary has cast a spell on us. For racing glory, choose the Super Gravity version, as it's much lighter than a classic downhill tire yet with extreme lateral stability and reliable snakebite protection.
With a low-rolling resistance and a semi-slick center tread, Schwalbe's Thunder Burt delivers excellent grip in dry, hardpack conditions. The outer lugs grab in the turns while the many small center lugs provide just enough to hold your line. RaceGuard puncture protection helps prevent flats while maintaining a low weight, while the SnakeSkin option gives better sidewall protection.
Specialized's Roubaix Road Tubeless Tire is built for riders in search of speed, comfort and handling. Its dual-compound tread provides low rolling resistance and outstanding cornering grip, while the large-volume, 180-tpi casing offers a smooth, comfortable ride. And, the Roubaix features Specialized's BlackBelt technology to ward off flats. Run it tubeless for the ultimate in performance, handling, and flat resistance.
Your tires have the highest airspeed of any part on your bike, so it makes sense to go aero. Zipp's Tangente uses dimples to slice through the wind; in fact, the 21mm version saves up to 9 seconds over 40km compared to a traditional tire. Developed in the wind tunnel in partnership with the masters at Vittoria, the Tangente sports a durable, yet supple 290tpi casing with an extra-light rubber compound for low rolling resistance, a smooth ride and high cornering grip in any and all conditions.
Everything has been tuned for control and maximum grip on Schwalbe's Hans Dampf. The tread functions with absolute poise and is well behaved in every situation, especially loose, rocky terrain. It's available in a grippy TrailStar compound for the front wheel or faster rolling PaceStar as an option for the rear wheel.
Schwalbe's Rock Razor virtually shaves the edges off bumps on the enduro course. A semi-slick tire for the gravity and enduro scenes, it‘s a solid option for fast, dry trails, especially riding it on the rear wheel. For incredibly low rolling resistance, only one tire makes the cut.
Blast off with Schwalbe's Rocket Ron, an incredibly lightweight tubeless-ready tire with tons of grip on its open tread pattern. Low rolling resistance, thanks to its light carcass, means cross country quickness and speed when you need it most.
Racers have been winning on Schwalbe's Racing Ralph tire for years. It boasts the optimum combination of a fast-rolling center section with grippy side knobs so it carries speed over the hardpack and can really carve turns. Solidifying the Ralph's status as a premium race tire is its lightweight Evo casing, PaceStar triple-compound tread, SnakeSkin sidewall protection, and tubeless-ready bead.
- Hutchinson's pioneering tubeless technology eliminates tubes for a lighter, faster accelerating wheel that can be run at lower pressures - Larger volume tire for training and comfort on rough roads - Special bead compound and a thin layer of rubber inside the casing seals the tire - Thermoplastic reinforced compound for maximum wear - 127 tpi casing
The Pro One Tire is part of the new generations of tubeless tires. It is a truly thrilling ride. It's fast, reliable, and light. The patented MicroSkin construction makes this all possible—70 grams less weight, 15% less rolling resistance, and improved cut resistance all around. This is the absolute top model from Schwalbe! - The Schwalbe Pro One is compatible with a normal tube, but its true strengths are experienced only in tubeless form.
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