Schwalbe Kojac 35-406 - Cubierta de carrera (20 x 1,35 pulgadas, 285 g), color negro
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- Peso: 285 g / 10,05 oz
- Dimensiones: 20 x 1,35
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KOJAK: no permite compromiso, su campo de juego: ¡¡la carretera!! Debajo de su perfil deportivo totalmente liso, se esconde una primera capa de protección RaceGuard. Varilla: Rígida Dimensiones ETRTO Peso, g 16 x 1'1/4 32-349 230 20 x 1.35 35-406 285 26 x 1.35 35-559 395 26 x 2.00 50-559 570
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The Schwalbe Kojak is one of the later tires. It is light in weight, rather narrow in profile, and very fast~! It is *not* the best at protecting against flats, nor is it that great on non-paved surfaces like limestone, gravel, dirt, etc.
I love and have used the Schwalbe Big Apple tire (20X2.00) for about 1600 miles and completely love it, PERIOD! It *IS* great for smoothing out the bumps, for pavement, and non-pavement, and is probably in the top 3 or 4 for flat protection too. But the BA is not a fast tire for pavement!
That's why I bought a set of these puppies! A set of three of these (20X1.35), with tubes, cut right at 4lbs off the weight of my trike, and not just weight, but rotational, spinning weight. Right away I can tell that I can get up to speed much faster than with the BAs.
Plus, on smooth pavement, my average speed has increased 1.3 to 1.5mph - simply by doing a tire change.
I do plan to get another set of BAs, as much of my riding is on a limestone MUP. But since swapping tires is easy (these mount tool-free on my wheels), any time I plan to do any long pavement rides, I'll throw these on.
The performance change is worth both the hassle and cost, I am well-pleased, and will buy these again!
My only warning is that these tires do throw a lot of water when it is wet. I live and bicycle commute in San Diego so this is not too big an issue for me, but if I were back in Portland (Oregon) I would definitely have fenders with these tires.
Really, unless you're competing in the Brompton World Championship race or some wacky local criterium these aren't the tires for you. I'm rolling with the Schwalbe Marathons 16 x 1.35 (420g) now and I'm happy about it. Come on, you know it's a pain to fix a flat on the rear tire if you've got the 6spd model. Don't do it, don't buy these. Get the Marathons or the Brompton Tire (which appears designed for "Urban" riding at least).
Again, Kojak = road specific. For the road they seem puncture resistant enough, I only had 1 regular flat. I lost count on non-road induced flats around 4 or 5 and then the sidewall started giving way with the inner tube bubbling out when pumped up to full PSI.
On a side note, I put kojaks on a 700c hybrid bike and also loved the tires on that. Made a quick bike faster because of faster rolling tires. My impression with kojaks is positive, other than the durability. However, like anything fast in life (Ferraris, Lamborghinis, soft compound tires and brakes, etc.) durability isn't always expected. No matter what you buy, durability is inversely proportional to speed:
Durability = 1 / Speed.
Meaning, the more durable tire you want, the slower the speed rating will be. And vise versa, the faster tire you want, the lower its durability will be.