Schwalbe One TLE RaceGuard tyres review

James Spender Monday, July 29, 2019 - 10:26 Dependable all-rounder with easy installation, great grip and floaty ride feel, but aren’t the lightest tubeless tyres around 4.5 / 5 £54.99 each The Schwalbe One TLE’s sit second in the Schwalbe tubeless tyre range. As such, they ain’t cheap, but put up against the competition, including Schwalbe’s own, they actually present rather good value, with superb performance and minor compromises in spec beyond weight. I’ll go into this in quite some detail below – installation, construction, comparison, rolling resistance and real-world feel, but if you don’t want to read that far, I’ll summarise now: if you’re looking for dependable, hard(ish) wearing tubeless tyres that will offer your bike a noticeable increase in grip and comfort, you’ve found them. But be aware they are only available in 25mm, and if you’re a weight weenie or looking for something super racy, there are ...

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