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Pro One Tubeless Road Tire

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Ditch the tubes.

Schwalbe is a big believer in road tubeless technology, but it takes more than that to get a tubeless system to work at the highest levels of the sport. Through continuous research, development, and innovation, they've arrived at the Pro One Tubeless Road Tire, which has been proven in the pro peloton to stand up to incredibly harsh racing conditions, holding its own next to traditional tubed and tubular tires.

What sets the Pro One far apart from other tubeless models is the inclusion of Schwalbe's MicroSkin technology, a high-tensile micro fabric that's vulcanized into the carcass for an airtight seal, even at high road-tire pressures. It also has the benefit of adding more cut resistance all around and decreasing the weight by 70 g compared to the old Schwalbe One, so no longer does tubeless mean chunky, heavy, unyielding tires. In fact, combined with its OneStar triple rubber compound, the Pro One has 15% less rolling resistance than the previous tire as well, making it as fast as it is reliable.

700c diameter. Available in multiple widths. Claimed weight is 255 g (700c x 25 mm).

 

Tire Type: Tubeless Ready 

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Schwalbe and Tubeless - This ain't tomorrow, it is today!
by TelemarkTumalo
Cycling Enthusiast
Bend, Oregon
1 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

Into my second season on the Schwalbe Pro One Tubeless. Great tires all 'round. Ride like a dream, reasonably light, easy to mount, tough as nails. I've used these for commuting, training and racing. I have the 25 mm tires mounted on Enve 3.4 rims and run 70 psi front and 80 psi rear. I weigh 152 lbs. Great ride and great handling in rain and dry. And, I think just as tough on gravel as the Hutchinson Sector 28's.

Reviewed 2/3/2018
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by Brian
Portlandia
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I can scarcely tell you how many times Ive heard that ch-ch-ch-ch sound as the sealant did its trick on my 28s. And I dont like how hard it is to get sealant off my frame after it gets sprayed. But Ive got close to 2k on these, and the combo of these tires and Orange Seal and my Ultegra rims is kind of magic. I have been on several long rides with multiple punctures, yet I kept rolling (and if you have these wheels, you know what a bitch it is to get tires on and off.). Im 175 lbs, and run 75-80 psi. So comfortable. Amazing grip in the corners. So much more confidence while riding. Sure, my 4 Seasons might not have punctured as much, but they are SO hard.

For those who have had problems sealing, Id recommend the Ultegra wheels. The Pro 1s pumped up with a track pump! And the rims are tubeless ready. Lightweight, inexpensive, reliable, if not particularly aero (but that has improved).

Reviewed 1/30/2018
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Up from 25mm
by Anonymous
atlanta, ga

Great tire so far. Much more cushion than the original 25s but just as fast. Feels like Im riding a new bike.

Reviewed 2/8/2018
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I think i was a sucker
by gizmo sucker
Cycling Enthusiast
Olympia
1 of 12 customers found this review helpful.

Always seeking nirvana gadget i bot tubeless rims and these tires. I got a flat on second ride and

this tire was seated or glued by stans so well to rim I could not take it off with steel spoons. Back at home I could hardly get it off brutally with channel locks then stanley knife. Perhaps my new rims are especially bead locking but I will never know. Tubeless in garbage and back to vredestiens and contis.

Reviewed 12/14/2017
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Fast rolling, fat and plush (in 25mm), apparently durable, great tire!
by Lifer
Competitive Racer
Maui, Hawaii
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I bought these on sale, and relative to other road tubeless they are a good deal if you can get a break on paying full retail price. Tubeless road tires are definitely not cheap and because I am, the value rating is only three stars. If these continue to wear as they have so far, I would rate the value higher.

Because of the rough roads where I live, I decided to try the 25mm versions on Williams 22 wheels. I've had these tires on for about 6 weeks and about 600 miles and what stands out is that they roll extremely well, it is very noticeable. I previously ran Hutchinsons (have tried all of their tubeless line) for the past 6 years. The Schwalbes definitely feel faster than any of the Hutchinsons that I've tried. As far as the size, these 25mm tires are fatter than the Hutchinson 25mm's that I previously tried. The Schwalbes barely clear my frame and fork on a Cervelo R3. If you're worried about it, get the 23mm's.

I've been careful with the Schwalbes, brushing the tires immediately with a glove after running through anything suspect. I ride them as if they were my old sewups because I hate flatting and I'd like to get max mileage out of these tires. I've got about 2 oz of Stan's in each tire. So far, so good, no tread cuts at all. Running both tires at 75 to 80 psi. (A little note about road tubeless from doing it for the past 7 years If you're getting a lot of flats, try reducing pressures. A tire casing that is under a lot of tension from high inflation pressures cuts more easily. Think of trying to cut a string that is loose vs. one that is taught. Plus, lower pressures allow the tire to grip better and soak up more irregularities in the road surface. Lastly, don't be stingy with your sealant, especially with a brand new tire. The casings seem to almost soak up some of the sealant when the tires are new.)

Overall, these are my favorite tires that I've had and I've been riding for a very long time, including stupid amounts of miles when I was still racing (those days are in the rear view mirror). They're fat and plush but roll very fast. The durability so far seems outstanding. The only question is whether I'll stay lucky and avoid slicing them. I even ordered a second set, just in case, or when I finally wear these out.

Reviewed 12/28/2017
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Fast, smooth long wearing tubeless tire
by JMFisher
Competitive Racer
Denver, CO
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

The Schwalbe Pro One tires came standard with my 2017 Cannondale Supersix Evo High Mod, running on Stans No Tubes wheels. I removed the stock tubes after 6 goat-head thorn flats in 2 months and gave tubeless a try. Using Stans No Tubes seleant, I've run over 3,800 miles on the front tire until it appeared that a possible cording was starting to show through the tire causing a ridge, yet the side tread was still strong, and lost the rear tire to a large cut that couldn't seal back in mid August at around 2,700 miles...with plenty of tread left. I ride roads, bike paths, dirt roads and raced a roubaix on them and they are solid in performance. the control in fast mountain descents is beyond what I experienced in Continental GP 4000 II. Running lower psi provides longer life in my experience...I'm a 135lb rider running 60-65 psi.

Reviewed 11/27/2017
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Jury is still out.
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Bow, NH
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I have ridden Hutchinson Tubeless for a few years now and they have been easy to mount and get to seal. In thousands of miles I have only experienced one blow out and no punctures. The Schwalbe Pro Ones came on a new bike and I have had nothing but trouble keeping them sealed. I finally started looking at the tire bead and comparing it to the Hutchinson. The Hutchinson bead it smooth while the Schwalbe isn't. I am convinced that while I can get the Schwalbe to seal, the nubs and roughness of the bead result in them not staying sealed. I never had this problem with the Hutchinson tires. I think this will be my one and only pair of Schwalbe tires and they may just end up in the trash.

Reviewed 11/26/2017
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Great, low mileage tire
by Edbell
sonoma, ca
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

When I put these tires on, my first tubeless. I loved the ride and the way they grabbed the road. I put them on a couple hundred miles before beginning a 545 mile trek from northern to Southern California. By day 5 of the 7 day journey, I got a puncture that the sealant couldn't handle. I added a tube which lasted a day and when I changed the next one found the tire to be pretty thin. Maybe 700 miles. Put a patch on the inside of the puncture this time and rode the tire the rest of the way. Probably wouldn't buy again, too much money per mile. I do think it a great performance tire though.

Reviewed 6/30/2017
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Great tire, very fast and comfortable
by CT-Biker
Cycling Enthusiast
Connecticut
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I've been riding tubeless 2325 Specialized Roubaix tires for the last few years. They've been durable and relatively quick, but wanted t try a larger volume tire. The Schwalbe tubeless are great. They went on easily and hold air well. The ride is much more comfortable, and a bit faster the the Roubaix's. I couldn't be happier with them, a nice upgrade.

Reviewed 11/16/2017
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Excellent Tubeless Tire for Spirited Riding
by Khill
Competitive Racer
Sacto
Review for Schwalbe One Tubeless Road Tire
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

These are my 3rd set of Tubeless tires and first set of Schwalbes. These tires went on really easy and seated easier than any other set I have used. I'm using a bit of Stans in them and so far, zero issues. These tires roll really well and after the online review I read, I'm glad I got them Fast rolling and the ride is excellent. Only issue.......weight. They are heavy and for sure are sluggish to accelerate. Other than that, great tire. I did rate the value a bit lower as while they are great tire, they are expensive.

Reviewed 1/22/2015
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Schwalbe Pro One versas the old Schwalbe One
by Mark
Cycling Enthusiast
Scappoose, OR
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I have bee running road tubeless for three years now. The last set of tires were the Schwalbe One which I can not say enough good things about. Great all around tire. Purchased the Pro One after slicing the Ones on something that made a very large hole. The new Pro Ones seem to have a little better roll but all new tires seem that way to me. The reason I did not give this tire a 5 star rating is it does not hold air compared to the original. I have installed Stan's No Tube sealant what has remedied the situation. The original were run with no sealant.

Reviewed 5/1/2017
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So far, the best tubeless I have tried
by Mike - Paso Robles
Cycling Enthusiast
San Luis Obispo County, Ca
Review for Schwalbe One Tubeless Road Tire
18 of 18 customers found this review helpful.

I live and ride in the rural area of Central Coast Ca. I was running a heavy training tire (Armadillo's) as keeping moving is more important to me than lightweight and speed. I ventured out in the tubeless arena as a test. I went thru 4 Fusion 3's and achieved no more that 500 miles on all four combined. Disappointed to say the least. I was wondering if I erred in judgement by going tubeless. I researched everything I could about tubeless and found some good reviews on the Schwalbe One's. I thought what the heck, nothing to lose at this point. So far I have around 1,000 miles on these and realize my tubeless decision was worth it. They are mounted on custom built HED Belgium wheels (25mm). They stick well, ride very smooth and no adverse issues so far. I also operate a small bike tour company and cannot afford the hassle, embarrassment nor the down time while riding up and back to check on riders. I was so impressed I had a set of HED Belgium wheels (also 25mm) built for my wife and put the One's on her bike as well. Her result was an increase in her average speed by 3 mph. We are running 700 x 25's on both bikes. I would be willing to try another brand, but I will need some strong data and convincing to support a switch. Kudos to Schwalbe on this fine product. I will report back as the miles provide.

Reviewed 10/27/2014
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Smooth Rolling
by Colo Biker Girl
Cycling Enthusiast
Colorado
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I love having tubeless road tires. These ones roll smoothly and quietly and have a good overall feeling. They stick to the road well on descents. I have not had any problems with cuts or nicks in the rubber. I recommend these.

Reviewed 10/24/2017
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Seats easily and great ride quality though I was not able to convert to tubeless
by ViperBoy
Cycling Enthusiast
San Jose, CA
0 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

My plan was to convert to 28mm tubeless on Easton EC90SL rims (which are not official tubeless wheels) for a better ride and to finally get rid of flats. Tires mount easily - just tight enough to seem secure, but not so tight as to break tire irons. 90 PSI max is far lower than I'm accustomed to but the goal was a better ride on terrible california roads

However, absolutely NO amount of tries allowed me to run tubeless and this is someone who has installed a minimum of 30 mountain wheels on various tire and rim vendors. It took 2 people to work the tire enough to get a seal to inflate at all but then 30grams of Stans sealant didn't help complete the process. There is no pop as the tire fills and it takes about 1-6 hours to deflate in which the tire then unseats completely. One thing I noticed is that the rubber is very slick and sealant doesn't really dry to it even after a week like it does for Schwable mountain tires.

Since the EC90s aren't officially supported I was fully prepared for failure and so can't blame the tires, but for anyone coming from the absolutely wonderful world of tubeless mountain biking, the road experience may not be the same

Reviewed 4/24/2017
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Definitely lighter harder to mount though.
by brij43
Competitive Racer
Santa Cruz
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I'm a big fan of Schwalbe tubeless road tires and have had many pairs. This latest iteration is noticeably lighter. I can't tell yet if they wear differently yet-they seem to wear a bit faster but I could be wrong about that. They are great in terms of grip and rolling resistance. But they are super hard to mount. It might the wheeltire combo, but I've mounted many tubeless tires and you have to be patient and perseverant. I had to install with tubes and then use every trick I know (lots of soapy water, a good compressor, etc.). Essentially it feels like a different bead that doesn't want to stay seated.

Reviewed 4/24/2017
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Easy to mount, excellent rolling resistance, what's not to love?
by ColoradoCommuter
Daily Commuter
Boulder, CO
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

These Schwalbe Pro One tubeless tires have definitely met my expectations. I was able to mount them on my rims just by soaping up the tire bead on both sides, and then pumping vigorously with a floor pump. The beads give a very satisfying SNAP when they pop into place. These are much, much easier to mount than my cyclocross tires (Maxxis Mud Wrestler). I'm 165lbs and using them at 80psi is great. I only have 300 miles on the tires so far, but the ride is good and the cornering traction is everything I want it to be. I do not have vast experience with a bunch of high-end road tires, so I can't compare these to others. But I do know I like them. If I can get 2000 miles out of them I'd definitely buy them again. My goal this year is 4000 miles of riding and so far I'm at 3200, so I'm on track.

Reviewed 10/19/2017
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by Brian
Portlandia
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Ive been riding these since summer. Had a couple of punctures that sealed (Orange Seal). Today was different. Rode for a bit with sealant spraying all over... then I stopped and cranked the wheel around, and it never sealed. The cut was a little less than a quarter inch. Eventually I had to put in a tube. So, while I love these tires (see my review below), nothing is bulletproof. Im probably going to stick with them, because my riding experience has become so much better. I still have my rock-hard Conti 4 seasons on my other wheelset, but they are so uncomfortable. Its a trade-off.

That punctured tire has about 1000 miles on it. Maybe I can resurrect it, well see. Hopefully. But 50 bucks for 1K for the way they roll? Money pretty well spent.

Reviewed 10/18/2017
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Extremely smooth rolling coupled with exceptional durability
by Gerry
Cycling Enthusiast
Denver, C
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I ride 120 miles per week on pavemrnt. I've not had a puncture problem in more than 6 months. Both tires still look like new. They are not difficult to mount. Overall I'm very happy with this tire.

Reviewed 4/13/2017
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Mostly all Good
by John L
Competitive Racer
SF Bay Area
Review for Schwalbe One Tubeless Road Tire
6 of 6 customers found this review helpful.

The Good..

I've mounted the Schwalbe One Tires on three different mfg non-tubeless wheelsets with great success. All three sealed perfect using a floor pump, and the lost of tire psi is in par with a typical tubed tire (a few lbs per week). I'm a High Pressure guy, but I'm running the Tubeless Tires 30 psi lower then on my road race clincher. The lower psi have no noticeable difference in rolling resistance, but the ride and handling is so nice.

Not so Good.

I purchase 3 tires in the last 6 month. The first tire last only month before having to toss it due to a large slice through the casing which could not be repaired. It happens.... I haven't had any issues with the currently two. Zero flats, but the tires don't look like they are going to last for very long. I figure I'll be lucky to get 1.5k miles out of them.

The other issue... I use them for training rides only. No way would I use them in a race, because if you need to add a tube due to a flat... it's a major pain without soapy water and proper tire levers. Use sealant.....

Reviewed 6/18/2014
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Solid tire
by Pugs
Cycling Enthusiast
Canyon, TX
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Mounting this tire is as easy as it gets. I just use a floor pump. I go tubeless and run 80psi with a weight of 170. I use the 28 for the extra cushion for less road fatigue. Hold up well even on all the tar and chip surfaces replacing our tarmac. I will continue to buy this tire for my road riding adventures.

Reviewed 10/3/2017
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