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Schwalbe One Tire-Clincher

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One Tire-Clincher

Built as its ultimate race tires, the One Clincher Tires deliver the best performance Schwalbe has to offer. With a production facility exclusively churning out tires using the OneStar rubber compound that makes these tires so fantastic, these clinchers are feathery light without the drawbacks commonly associated with lightweight, grippy race tires.

Schwalbe's new compound, OneStar, made these tires faster, lighter, and more durable than anything it's produced before. It also helped them achieve an extremely low rolling resistance for the One Tires. They cut no corners with these tires, dedicating an entire factory with fixed vulcanization and production units used exclusively for the One.

The OneStar triple compound was designed to have incredibly low rolling resistance without sacrificing grip in wet and dry weather like other high-efficiency tires. Schwalbe improved cut resistance while achieving weights as low as 205g per size.

  • Schwalbe's go-to race tires for total performance
  • OneStar rubber compound keeps things light and grippy
  • Triple-compound keeps rolling resistance down, and grip high
  • V-Guard protection helps fight the flats
  • Item #SCHG009

Compound
OneStar
Size
700c x 23mm, 700c x 25mm, 700c x 28mm, 700c x 30mm
Type
clincher
Protection
V-Guard
TPI
127
Bead
folding
Claimed Weight
[23mm] 205g, [25mm] 225g, [28mm] 245g
Recommended Use
road cycling
Manufacturer Warranty
limited

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>Rating: 5

Great value for warm weather

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
28mm
Height
5` 10"
Weight
140 lbs

put about 2000 miles on these this summer and I was overall very impressed with them. very grippy rubber and the sizing worked well for my rims. I didn't have many punctures, but I did lose one of them to to a massive sidewall slice on some piece of debris I never identified... but based on the size of that hole, nothing would have survived.

>Rating: 5

700 x 30c on a gravel bike

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
Runs small
Size Bought
700 x 30c
Height
5` 5"
Weight
150 lbs

I put these on my Specialized Diverge Carbon Sport for road riding and they phenomenally transform the bike to a road capable endurance bike. It is fast and comfortable. Use them at 90 psi for best result.

>Rating: 5

Got myself two sets.

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size

I only put on a hundred miles on my first set and decided to order another set since they were on sale and rode so nice. I have a feeling I will be very happy with these tires.

>Rating: 5

The tough stuff

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
28c
Height
5` 11"
Weight
165 lbs

Greetings from the southwest! Love these tires, good roll, great toughness (few flats in an area prone to frequent flats). They are super tight on my rims but otherwise love these and less flats/tube changes. Keep pedaling friends!

>Rating: 2

Almost impossible to put on 🤦‍♂️

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

New Update - July 2020 Last Thursday At the 1305 mile mark on the Schwabs the rear tire sidewall blew out. Thought I was really starting to like these tires but said screw it and as a replacement I splurged and picked up a set of Conti GP5000’s....WOW !!! is all I can say. Today was my 1st ride on the 5000’s, 25 miles and there’s no comparison... smooth, non stop rollers if there ever was such a thing and totally worth every penny... No more cost cutting on tires for me ! Would have ridden longer but got in just before the rain. Today on a clean strait away I hit 28.3 MPH on these babies. 👍🚲 And to think I purchased the Schwabs just cause it had a red stripe... LOL Drop a few bucks and pick up The Conti GP5000’s and you’ll never go back. Update: June 2020 700+ Miles later and I gotta say “I really dig these tires!” They Roll and have great cornering control...Haven’t felt a back wheel slip yet ...And still showing no signs of wear, little nubs still in tact 👍 Maybe it was just my front tire that didn’t want to get on the rim by what it sounds like by other reviewers. Heck, ...Rear tire went on without an issue and thought the front would as well... Hoping my next set doesn’t have an issue, for the price I’d buy ‘em again in a heartbeat ! Highly recommend 👍 Original Review: The tires seem ok, the flex memory from being packed does not want to come out of the tire. What should have taken me no more than 5+ mins to swap out the tire took more than 40 because I could not get the tire on the rim. Im pretty good at changing tires and this particular tire was the hardest tire I’ve ever attempted to put on...ZERO GIVE!!! Thank God I was doing this in my garage... God forbid I was down roadside I would have said screw this and hitched a ride home. They’re on now, only time will tell if they’re any good or not. Now that they’re on I don’t want to mess with ‘em and Just pray I don’t get a flat.

The Conti Ultra Sports were particularly bad with trying to mount for that reason.

That's interesting Scott D. I purchased two of them and didn't have a problem mounting them on my Zipp 404's. I'm waiting to do a full review until I have over 500 miles on them.

I have had absolutely no issue mounting these and have changed multiple flats out on the road over the years. Maybe it is time to hit the gym?

I totally agree with Scott D. that these are hard to mount. I opted to use a Kool Stop tire bead jack with a little dawn dish soap. For the price these tires are worth it! I purchased the 30mm size and at 75f and 85r (I am 200#) on a rim with an ID of 21mm these are hands down the most comfortable tires on chip seal. Unscientifically I would say they roll almost as well as the old Conti GPS 4000 sII. I am at 800 miles and no flats. Oh, I am using Conti tubes.

I had the same issue with mounting these tires, super tight. But, once I did a search on the web how to properly mount tight, hard, to mount bike tires; it turns out it was me not knowing the correct technique to properly mount these tires. The trick is to squeeze both side beads to the center of the rim. It like magic. The tires mounted with ease.

>Rating: 5

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>Rating:

Will the 30mm fit most fairly recent road frames?