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Tire technology for the optimum riding experience.

Whether you have a city bike, touring bike, road bike, gravel bike or MTB: The tires affect the riding experience like no other bike component. The choice of tire not only determines how well the wheel grips the ground but also influences how easily and comfortably the bike rolls. Ideally, the tire combines such characteristics as maximum grip, high mileage, optimum rolling properties, low weight and reliable resistance to punctures. Sounds technical? The sum of these properties is tangible to every cyclist: as an optimum riding experience. At Schwalbe, we work to continually refine and improve this riding sensation – day in, day out.



From mass-produced product to innovation driver.

In the first decades after the Second World War, the bicycle tire was considered an interchangeable mass product that could practically not be improved on. In the 1980s, cycling re-established itself as a popular trend as more and more people got back on the saddle. It was in this context that Schwalbe – established in 1973 – emerged as a standard-setter in the bicycle tire market. The launch of the legendary Schwalbe Marathon tire in 1983, with its unprecedented mileage, was met with great enthusiasm by keen cyclists, bicycle dealers and trade journalists.

Tires for every type of bike.

The bike world has become more and more diverse over the years. New categories, such as the MTB, gravel bike, and last but not least, e-bike, created completely new market segments and presented hitherto unknown challenges for tires. Against this backdrop, Schwalbe deliberately chose to focus on the development of innovative tires and tubes, instead of expanding the company’s activities to the technically quite different automotive tire sector. This strategy proved to be absolutely right: When Schwalbe launched the first off-road tires in the mid-nineties, the firm quickly became known as the best brand among mountain bikers. Today, millions of MTB riders across the globe swear by Schwalbe MTB tires with their distinctive names, such as Nobby Nic, Racing Ralph, Billy Bonkers, Dirty Dan, Magic Mary or Hans Dampf.



Schwalbe is working to eradicate the puncture.

Cycling is today considered a progressive form of personal transport that offers nothing but advantages – with one unfortunate exception: the tire puncture. Schwalbe identified this problem at an early stage and has continually set new milestones in matters of puncture protection. For example, Schwalbe offers touring and city tires that can call themselves “flat-less”. For high-performance cycling, our Tubeless Easy Technology combined with tire sealant also sets new benchmarks in preventing punctures. And almost all other Schwalbe tires have an integrated puncture protection belt.

Schwalbe tires for the future.

Climate protection, urbanization and the joy of physical exercise in fresh air are just some of the good reasons that promise cycling a great future. We at Schwalbe would like to play our part in contributing to this: with high-quality tires and tubes that will inspire you with useful innovations, distinctive designs, exciting performance and reliable puncture protection.

What To Do When Your Bike Gets A Puncture

It’s not the worst thing that can happen on the road, but it’s pretty much the most annoying thing in the world when your bike gets a puncture. What do you do? Do you know how to change a tyre or repair it temporarily until you can replace it properly? Also, are you aware of the methods you can take to avoid punctures once and for all?

Here is what you can do in the case of a bike puncture:

If it’s your front wheel, then it’s rather simple because it has no connection to your bike chain. However, if it is the rear, which commonly it is, then you need to follow these quick steps.

Loosen the nuts of the framework around your wheelTake the wheel out of the frameDeflate the tube entirely by exhausting the inner valveWith your tyre lever, put one under the wheel rim and remove the edge of the tyre; with the second lever, you can then easily remove the rest of the remaining tyreRemove the tube nowFill the punctured tube with a few pumps of airCheck the area to see where the problem isPatch up your tyre or tube temporarily, or if severely punctured, have it entirely replacedNow place the tube back into the tyreFill the tube with a few more pumps of airPut the tyre into the rim one side at a timeRemove the pump and replace the screws you loosened earlierYour bike should now be safe enough to ride until you can find a permanent solution.

Here is what you can do to avoid a puncture

As the saying goes, prevention is better than cure; and it applies here regarding a potential tyre puncture:

Avoid riding over broken glassCheck for glass or any other sharp impediment that may be stuck in your tyre, by slowly rubbing your finger on the inside of your tyre. Remember, very slowly as we don't want you to cut yourselfReplace your tyres when they are badly wornEnsure your tyre pressure is correctYour inner tubes must be replaced annually

Now that you have the necessary points to bear in mind regarding the health of your bike’s tyres, remember to go out there and have fun.

For more information, call us on (03) 9529 3752 or contact us online.

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