SCHWALBE Tire Rocket Ron 27,5 | 650B x 2,25 PaceStar EVO LiteSkin
SCHWALBE Rocket Ron tires 27.5 | 650B x 2.25 PaceStar EVO LiteSkin
This super light "Rocket" answers almost every demand at one time: Incredible grip with extremely low weight and rolling resistance, all the latest technology on board - 127-Evo-carcass, Pace Star Triple Compound, has exceptional self-cleaning through the open profile , Compared to its predecessor, it has been improved by 15%. The new profile provides clear better grip. The open arrangement of the cleat is provided even when wet for grip while good self-cleaning. The Rocket Ron making it the fastest tire in Schwalbe assortment, which copes well with adverse conditions. The consistently smooth and uniform sidewall provides a simplified tubeless assembly with sealing milk.
PaceStar Compound Schwalbe offers three different rubber compounds for different intended use of e. PaceStar is the mixture for the Cross Country Tour to use. The body of the tire is made of a resilient material, thus reducing the rolling resistance, the side knobs are made of a soft, grippy compound for best cornering grip and the tread has a harder compound for minimum wear and best run.
evolution Line Innovative tire concepts for professional use. These tires are for Schwalbe 's highest standards of quality and innovation.
LiteSkin The easiest option. The LiteSkin MTB tires waive SnakeSkin, but also have the high-pressure-resistant tire core. Who is not afraid the effort, can convert these tires with sealing liquid to tubeless.
tire review Speed: Good Grip: very good Puncture protection: good Life: Average
Tyre Type: Folding intended use : X-Country, Marathon Profile: HS438 EPI: 127 Size (inches): 27.5 x 2.25 Size (ETRTO): 584-57 Pressure: 1.8 to 3.7 bar (26-54 PSI) Version: Evolution Line, LiteSkin Compound: PaceStar compound (PSC) compatible tubes: 19, 21, 19A, 21A, 21F ( Schwalbe tube ) Maximum load 110 kg Color: Black
Note: The weights of the tires may differ.
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