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Schwalbe MTB-Reifen BLACK JACK - Cubierta para bicicleta de montaña ( 26 x 2,25 )
|Precio final del producto|
- Peso: 820 g / 28,92 oz
- Dimensiones: 26 x 2,25
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Descripción del producto
o Información adicional:
- 50 EPI
o Uso: MTB
o Tamaño de la rueda: 26 Pulgadas
o Protección anti-averías
o Diseño: Cubierta de aro rígido
o Compuesto de caucho: Schwalbe Basic Compound
o Perfil: HS 407
o Modelo: Active Line, Kevlar Guard, Lite Skin
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Just today it was brought to my attention (after the return period had expired) the weave was coming apart, this tire was splitting around the perimeter. I turned the tire inside out to take the picture.
So, the first bike had 1.75" tires and I cautiously got Schwalbes in the 1.90" size. There was notable improvement on patches of sand and the occasional time I have to go across grass.
This time I noticed that the price on Schwalbe 2.00" was much lower than the 1.90" and got them.
They are perfect. I approached a couple talking as they walked on the sidewalk and instead of calling their attention I went off on the grass to go around expecting to pedal hard. Instead it was almost as easy as the pavement. I've tried skidding the rear wheel on moderate patches of sand and have had no problem. On pavement, turns ride on the side treads.
There is an increase in rolling friction but it is a good trade off for fewer accidents. I mean a friend has a sore shoulder after recently slipping on grass and falling.
As before, I am surprised that the SBC rubber compound shows so little wear.
One more thing. I wondered what was the correct tire pressure. A search engine gave me lots of articles which said not too much and not too little. Only Schwalbe gave me a table. I pasted that into a spreadsheet and turned it into a calculation. I was surprised that for my weight the pressure should be over 60 psi. (Make sure you have a good brand of inner tube. Many will blow out there in the garage when you hit 50 psi.) Here's the link: