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SCHWALBE Marathon GG RLX Wire Bead Tire (650Bx1.6)

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  • Increase durability
  • Includes GreenGuard
  • 3mm of thick layer
  • Features Anti-aging

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Customer Reviews

only 1300 mile on these, very sad to have a blow out. My rear is doing the same thing.I bought 2 of Schwalbe Marathon GG RLX Wire Bead Tire (700X28)this is the second set, the first set I got 9000 miles on them, never had a problem with them. My second set of these I bought in December 22 2017 I have put only 1277 miles on them, the front blew out sitting on my bike rack after an 80 mile bike ride on bike paths the whole ride. I only air them up to 85 PSI, the tire is rated to 110 PSI. Why would this blow out on the side wall, it looks like the tire just separated on the inside of the tire. The tail end of the ride the tire had a wobble to it, kind of hard to see the tire I have fenders on this bike. The rear has that slight wobble to it too, looking it over close I can see where the tread is worn out more in spot on the tire. I'm guessing this tire will blow out soon too. I paid good money for these and to only have them last under 1300 miles is ridiculous! This bike is my commuter bike mainly but goes on long rides on the weekends. I only ride on the streets very little, Denver has a ton of bike paths and that's where I ride.I want to know what you're going to do about this? 1Recommend it!Love how they have it in 27" so I can put nice puncture-resistant tires on my vintage road bike (Raleigh Grand Prix made in the 1970s) after the old gumwall ones started cracking. Most varieties of tires are only available in 700C so the best tires I can find for my 27" are these.My only gripe is that they only come in 1 1/4" which seems a bit too wide. They're heavier than other tires I've seen and I do notice an increase in rolling resistance but I'm a commuting cyclist, so I'd rather sacrifice speed for reliability and confidence. These give a good grip on the road under most conditions and offer puncture resistance to ensure that I won't get a flat and become stranded in the middle of nowhere. They're not as quiet and smooth as the Serfas Survivors I've had before but they're more cushiony.The reflective siding makes me feel better when I ride home at dusk. The tyres are very tight, hard to install but I think they're worth the effort. These feel durable and I think I won't have to take them off for a long long time. Wish the other Schwalbe puncture resistant tires come in the same size.3 month update: I haven't repumped them since installation and I'm happy to report that I haven't had a single flat! Granted, most trips I make are <3 miles and on well-paved surfaces but I think being able to survive for that long with no mishaps is a testament on its own. I love these tyres! 5Excellent puncture-resistant tires with high nighttime visibility for touring or commutingThe first thing to understand is that these tires are puncture resistant, but not completely puncture proof. I use these tires on four separate bicycles, two using the 28 mm width, one using the 40 mm width, and one using the 47 mm width, all of which I use for commuting and recreational rides. There is a lot of broken glass on the route to work, as well as thorns and goathead stickers seasonally.On one of the bikes wearing the 28 mm tires, I've had two flats. Once I had the misfortune to run over something, perhaps a large piece of broken glass or sharp metal, in the early morning darkness and it was sharp enough to cut (not puncture) through the tire, and the tube on the rear wheel. I didn't see the object, but it made a loud "ping" sound as it came out of the tire and bounced on the road. It left a slash more than 1/2 inch wide in the tire. Whatever this object was, I suspect any bicycle tire would have been similarly damaged, perhaps a motorcycle or car tire also. I also had another flat on the front tire of the same bicycle. While repairing this time, I noticed that the tube was a racing tube, made of very thin lightweight rubber and sized for a 20mm tire, not a 28mm. So when installed in the 28mm tire, that tube was expanded considerably larger than it should have been, and it's thin walls were stretched even thinner...no wonder a tiny thorn managed to puncture it. I ended up buying new, standard weight tubes in the correct size.One the bike with the 40 mm Marathons, I rode through a patch of grass perhaps 10 feet long along the edge of the path, and instantly picked up a number of goathead stickers. I stopped a short distance further when I saw them rotating in the tire, and pulled them out, but both front and rear tire were already punctured, and leaking slowly. I managed to ride home before both went flat, and got to spend a while putting patches on both tubes.Marathons are lighter weight and more supple than the common thick walled "puncture resistant" tubes, although not quite so light as a standard tire without the puncture resistant belt. I have had very good success with the thick tubes resisting flats, but they really change the way a bicycle rides, as the thick tube adds a lot of weight where it doesn't do any good, making the wheel very heavy. So, Marathons are not a racing tire, but a very good commuting or touring tire. My personal best commute time was on 28 mm Marathons (8 miles in 28:45)...on a 35 year old 12 speed lightweight bicycle. If you want to go faster, Schwalbe makes other tires with lighter, more exotic and more expensive materials under the tread (there is a Marathon Racer, and a Kojack slick, among others). And it's not completely invulnerable, but very tough nonetheless. The "Greenguard" belt appears to be merely an extra thickness of rubber under the tread area, and helps prevent punctures simply by virtue of it's extra thickness. It's offers the benefits of a thick tube under the tread where you need it, without the weight of extra rubber on the sidewalls and in the area of the spoke nipples. It doesn't appear to be particularly difficult for a sharp thorn to penetrate, and if the thorn is long enough, it can reach your tube. The "Greenguard" belt isn't kevlar, although Schwalbe offers a kevlar belt in the Marathon Plus, their more expensive tire. However, the extra puncture resistance of the Marathon Plus does come at a cost, that tire weighs more and doesn't roll quite so well as this tire. So, you decide how much puncture protection you need, and choose the tire which seems to fit your needs best.One thing to be aware of is that the belt adds slightly, 3 to 5 mm to the height of the tire, so be sure you have clearance at your front fork and at your rear brake bridge. If you don't have significant clearance with your existing tires, consider downsizing the width when using Marathons.In addition to reducing the instances of flats from punctures, these tires have a reflective band which is highly visible in the lights of cars. I've had coworkers tell me that they could see me several hundred feet away in the darkness, lit only by their own headlights. I do have battery powered lights as well, but the first thing they reported seeing was two bright white reflective circles moving in the darkness. This feature added to the reduced frequency of punctures makes these my favorite commuting tire. 5Worth a few extra dollarsI've read that Schwalbe tires are the best, but I've always shied away from them because I am a cheapskate! However, having grown tired of going through two sets of tires a year, and reading a review of someone who rode cross country without even rotating their Schwalbe Marathon tires, I thought I'd give them a shot. Six months and 1500 miles later, I'm sold. There is no noticeable tread wear, whereas I would have already rotated tires on lesser brands by now, to try to extend their life. I rode all winter long on roads that were often covered with cinders and gravel, and I never fell like I didn't have a good grip on the road.Bottom line: you can purchase a decent tire for less money, but you will spend more in the (not so) long run because you will be replacing them 2-3 times more often. When these eventually wear out, I will have no problem getting another pair of Schwalbes! 5coast2coast - zero flats!!Just finished the coast to coast TransAmerica bike route, 4,500 miles over 93 days. NO flats, did not even rotate the tires. Fully loaded, my weight plus 49 pounds of gear, and the tires still look good, worn but good. Can not recommend them enough!! 5Great tires!Got these for my Surly LHT 54 CM frame- the 2" tires seem to leave lots of clearance, so you could go larger. I commute daily about 10 miles on these, and the extra volume of air in these really helps with the bumpy streets in San Fran. Going straight they are nice and smooth, and there's a very subtle choppiness (took many miles before I noticed it) when turning which I guess is just the tread of the tire giving you a little extra traction on curves and turns. My commute is as bad as it gets with potholes, glass, railroad and trolley tracks, and washboarded roads that could shake the bike right out of your hands- these are great tires. Update 4/30/17: I've now been commuting a year and a half on these, about 10 miles a day and I finally got a glass puncture in West Oakland. It was a spike shaped piece of glass and I think it took a few miles before it was driven through the tire; there was no immediate flat- I got home fine and noticed the flat on Sunday night. What's really impressive is that I had to use pliers to pull that piece of glass out of the tire- and it wasn't easy! I wish Schwalbe made car tires:) 5I have a touring bike Trek 520 and replaced the ...I have a touring bike Trek 520 and replaced the OEM tires (700x32) with these (700x28). I rode from San Jose to San Luis Obispo (About 280 miles). The Schwalbe tires seems to be faster and didn't suffer any flat. The bike seems to handle more smooth and faster. I was able to hit 40 miles on some of the stretch of Highway 1. Highly recomended !!!!Updated: I used the same bike for my Vietnam trip. I biked from Saigon to Hue about 1200Km using the HCM highway. The tires performed pretty well under wet conditions and not smooth pavement. No flats whatsoever. 5Bad is that the tire is so thick it feels ...Thick tire that seems extremely puncture resistant. I've been riding on slick light weight tires for the last 5 years but have recently started riding on rougher/dirtier terrain that resulted in numerous flats and sliced tires so I made the switch. Bad is that the tire is so thick it feels like it's drifting on turns(maybe rolling of the thick tread) but does roll easy going straight and is puncture resistant so I like it. May not be the tire for a rider that consistently goes faster than 20-25 MPH. I usually average 17-22 depending on motivation. 5Excellent for a hybrid bikeBike: 2004 K2 Zed 1.0Tire Size: 26" x 2"Use: Mountain bike turned road and path bikeWhen I pulled these tires out of the box (they were shipped flat and in the round, not folded), I could feel the quality of manufacture. Others have mentioned that these tires are not exactly light, and that's true. But they are solid and have nice, firm sidewalls. I had no trouble popping these onto my rims without the use of tools. They ride great. I'm not a daily bike commuter, but I ride around the neighborhood, on paved bike trails, and sometimes on hard-pack or gravel. These tires have performed satisfactorily on all. 5Best Bike Tires I've Ever Used....The item received was: Marathon HS420 B/B+RT (Art-No: 11100007). To be honest, I did not know that bike tires could be this good! The quality is phenomenal, and the ride so smooth and secure. To echo another review, they seem more like motorcycle tires, and cannot really even be compared to my previous tires. The old tires were soft, wobbly and I was getting flats at least every month. The rolling resistance on these is outstanding and has reduced fatigue and give a feeling of confidence when far from home and or help. Installed easily in a few minutes, just make sure to seat the tires on the rim by inflating to around 20psi. Then stop and push the tire on both sides to make sure it is evenly seated around the entire rim, then inflate to full pressure. You won't be disappointed.... 5
SCHWALBE Marathon GG RLX Wire Bead Tire (650Bx1.6)

SCHWALBE Marathon GG RLX Wire Bead Tire (650Bx1.6)

4.2
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
HK$ 1,191.00
Sale price
HK$ 1,191.00
Regular price
HK$ 1,968.00
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Unit price
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Save 39% (HK$ 777.00)