Excellent snow & ice tire for commuting. Faster rolling than most studded tires. NOTE: In order to ensure that spikes are permanently fixed, tires should be run in for about 25 miles (40km) on asphalt, while avoiding any fast acceleration or heavy braking.
Excellent snow & ice tire for commuting. Faster rolling than most studded tires.
Greenguard belt to resist punctures
NOTE: In order to ensure that spikes are permanently fixed, tires should be run in for about 25 miles (40km) on asphalt, while avoiding any fast acceleration or heavy braking.
Highly-regarded touring/rough stuff/city tire. Features reflective sidewalls for visibility. With puncture resistance belt. Wire bead.
A treaded, sturdy road tire. 16 x 1 1/8" This size fits Brompton folding bicycles, some older Moultons and some recumbents. With puncture resistance belt. 320 grams
Get a grip on wintry roads with Schwalbe's Winter tire. Its metal studs bite into hard-packed snow and ice during the worst Mother Nature delivers. Whether you're a hard-core year-round bike commuter or just want to get out and enjoy more stability in the snow, Schwalbe's reflective accents and KevlarGuard puncture protection mean the Winter tire will keep you rolling until summer comes around.
$65.00 - $82.00
Tubeless Compatible The Bon Jon Pass is our Goldilocks tire: at 700C x 35 mm, it fits bikes that have extra clearance around the Stampede Pass (32 mm), but not enough space for a Barlow Pass (38mm). Bon Jon Pass is accessed via a relatively smooth gravel road on the Olympic Peninsula. The moderate gradient allows you to let your bike fly, and these tires will be perfect for surfaces like that. On pavement, the Bon Jon Pass will outcorner narrower tires thanks to its greater width and its lower pressure, both of which keep more rubber in contact with the road surface. The Bon Jon Pass will glide over chipseal where narrower or less supple tires will chatter. If your bike can fit this tire, you won’t be disappointed. The Bon Jon Pass is tubeless-compatible in both standard and extralight casing. Made in Japan. Available with standard or Extralight casings. The Extralight casing not only reduces the tire’s weight, but is also more supple, thus increasing the tire’s speed and comfort even further. Standard model 355 g, clincher, folding bead. Tan sidewalls Extralight model Ultra-light, ultra-supple casing. Tan or black sidewalls. 303 g, clincher, folding bead.
$68.00 - $85.00
Tubeless Compatible Named after the pass that carried the Olympian Hiawatha express train to Seattle, the Snoqualmie Pass tires are ideally suited for riding on the loose gravel of the rail trail that now traverses the pass. Enjoy the speed of the supple casing on pavement, and the floatation of a wide tire on gravel. The Snoqualmie Pass also is a great way to transform the on-road performance of your 29? mountain bike. Made in Japan. Available with standard or Extralight casings. The Extralight casing not only reduces the tire’s weight, but is also more supple, thus increasing the tire’s speed and comfort even further. Standard model 378 g, clincher, folding bead. Tan sidewalls Extralight model Ultra-light, ultra-supple casing. Tan or black sidewalls. 329 g, clincher, folding bead.
Limited supply The Compass Slumgullion Pass tires bring performance and comfort to bikes with 26” wheels. Whether a mountain bike, an expedition tourer or a tandem, you will be amazed at the difference a set of wide, supple tires can make. Standard version only. Black w/tan sidewall Made in Japan.
520 mm / 24 x 1" / 24 x 1 1/8" tires This is the size used on most Terry front wheels. Frequently confused with the 540 mm size. Note that both 520 and 540 are sometimes labeled 24 x 1 1/8". Very high quality Japanese tire.
Very high quality Japanese-made skinwall tire in the 650B (584) 27.5 x 1.75 size Tubeless compatible. -Minimal yet effective "file" tread paired with robust volume succeed in less favorable conditions where road tires fail -A true adventurers tire, the Gravel King is as at home on road as it is on gravel fire roads and tightly packed dirt -Featuring Panaracers Natural Rubber Compound for superior grip in all weather
Japanese quality, high performance tires with classic look. Very comfortable ride. Wire bead
Very high quality Japanese-made skinwall tire in the 650B 584 mm size This is the size used on most older French touring, tandem and utility bikes. (This is not the same as the Canadian 26 x 1 1/2 size-that's 571 mm.) Width: 42mm
Japanese quality, high performance tires with Protite puncture-resist belt features a very comfortable ride. Wire bead. Choose All black or black with tan sidewall.
Fits many French folding bikes, and Peugeot take-apart models. Current stock has grey, wheelchair tire compound. This is a softer, more grippy compound than the black version This tire will not fit the 22 x 1.75 size. The 22 x 1.75 size was used on a few Schwinn juvenile mountain bikes in the 1980s.
547 mm / 24 x 1-1/4" / Schwinn 24 x 1-3/8" S5 or S6 tires This is a size used on older Schwinn juvenile lightweights. This is not to be confused with the more common 540 mm (English 24 x 1 3/8) or 520 mm (24 x 1 1/8) sizes.
24" x 1 3/8" / 24 x 1 1/8" / 600 A" tires. Road Tread. Black or Black w/Gumwall This is a size used on some juvenile lightweights, early Terry bicyles and imitators, most wheelchairs. Frequently confused with the 520 mm size. Note that both 520 and 540 are sometimes labeled 24 x 1 1/8".
The 26 x 1-3/8 x 1-1/4 S6 tires were used on vintage Schwinns like the Breeze(pictured), Racer, Traveler, Speedster and Collegiate. Some Older British Club bikes use this size, designated 26 x 1 1/4 EA.1 This tire has a slightly larger diameter than the Raleigh (590) tire. Straight 'Ribbed' Tread. Available in all black or black with gum sidewalls.
Knockoff of a Classic French touring tire in the hard-to-find 650B 584 mm size This is the size used on most older French touring, tandem and utility bikes. This size was also used on a few models from Raleigh (Portage) and some 80's Schwinn Mirada. **Always check the size of the existing tire or rim to make sure this is the size you need** (This is not the same as the Canadian 26 x 1 1/2 size-that's 571 mm.)
Basic, good quality replacement tire. Black with gum sidewall 90 psi Wire bead.
Special buy. Limited quantity High quality, high pressure tire. Max pressure 110 psi Casing: 60 tpi Iron Cap puncture resist belt This is the size used on most English 3-speed bicycles. Also used on some American made (Non-Schwinn) bikes by Huffy, Murray, Sears and others.
Street tread with siping grooves. As far as we know, this is the fastest tire current available for this size wheel. If you want to "hop up" a child's mountain bike to help the rider keep up with mom and dad, this is the best single upgrade you will find.
These tires fit Schwinn 26" "Middleweight / Cruiser" rims from the 50s, 60s and 70s. Note, this is interchangeable only with tires marked with a fraction, i.e. 1 3/4". This is not interchangeable with tires marked with a decimal, i.e. 1.75" Altough the numbers are mathematically equal, the rim and tire sizes designated by fractions vs. decimals are never the same. ISO: 47 x 571 Not the same as the 26 x 1-1/2 F12 Canadian size. Choose 26x1.5/1.75 Schrader valve tubes. See related items below.
This size is commonly found on "roadster" bicycles with "rod brakes" under such brand names as: Dunelt, Raleigh, Rudge, Humber, Phillips. ISO size: 635 Not the same as ISO 622 (28 x 1-5/8 ) (700c)
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