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The new Marathon Plus is not only flat-less, it also rolls lighter than ever before. And, because of its anti-aging side wall, it lasts unbelievably long. Now also approved for fast e-bikes.


Schwalbe’s Durano is the most popular training tire. We are launching a new version and presenting its brothers, Durano Plus and Durano DD. A brand new addition to the Durano family is the Durano E for fans of sporty pedelecs.


Forget black and make the white choice: the snow white Ironman tire is a real head-turner on the triathlon bike. Schwalbe is bringing out a "White Edition" of its Ironman, limited to 2,000 units.



Schwalbe One

The new racing tire is called Schwalbe One. The name alone indicates how significant this new tire is for the bicycle tire manufacturer based in the German town of Reichshof. It is produced by Schwalbe in a high-end factory set up exclusively for the manufacture of this new top-class tire. With its Schwalbe One the company is underlining its major objectives in cycle racing.

SUPER GRAVITY. The Technology of choice - available now.

SUPER GRAVITY has a new carcass construction at its core. The principle is a familiar one from motorbike tires. We have taken the best features and developed them further for the MTB. For SUPER GRAVITY the sidewalls are made up of four layers of carcass material, but there are only two layers underneath the cap*.

Official Tire of Ironman

SCHWALBE IRONMAN. The new triathlon tire from Schwalbe.
Uncompromisingly designed for triathletes.
Ultra-modern polymers deliver the lowest rolling resistance ever - beating all previous Schwalbe rubber mixes.
Aerodynamically optimized, all-round rib profile for better grip and a dynamic look.

Schwalbe News 2013

Big Apple Plus
Retro star Fat Frank - white sidewall tire in brown
Schwalbe upgrades its standard Active Line series
Rocket Ron
White Ultremo
Winter – the spiked tire for beginners
Winter-Set - maintenance for spike tires
Marathon Winter now also in 29"
Shredda takes a victory lap
The special project

Tubeless for the road - Ultremo ZX

It’s not only the fastest tire Schwalbe has ever produced, but also the safest: The Ultremo ZX tubeless raises rolling resistance and puncture protection to a higher level. Schwalbe is the first leading supplier in the racing bike sector to put a tubeless tire on the road.

Super Gravity: Revolutionary carcass technology for MTBs

Light as a freeride tire, rugged as a downhill tire: this combination of properties marks out the Super Gravity version of Hans Dampf, which is the first tire to be brought onto the market with the new carcass technology. Schwalbe engineers took methods used in the motorcycle tire industry and developed them further to build a completely new type of carcass. Its construction is so revolutionary that Schwalbe have applied it for a patent.

Marathon Deluxe - the luxury allrounder

With a triple rubber compound, SnakeSkin sidewall and notably lighter: Schwalbe is launching its most popular touring tire, Marathon, in a luxury version - the Marathon Deluxe.

Big Ben - homage to London's cycling culture

Big Ben, the beefier-treaded brother of Big Apple, is being rolled out in time for EUROBIKE 2012. The Big Ben balloon tire reflects Schwalbe's recognition of London's amazing cycling revolution.

Schwalbe complete with 27.5 inch tire line

How strongly 27.5 inch can assert itself alongside the two established size giants is unknown. But one thing is for certain: several bike manufacturers are already working on this size.

Safe and sound on e-bike trips: Energizer Tour Plus

Schwalbe is launching a new tire for the 2012 season – the Energizer Tour Plus with a sturdy trekking tread and outstanding puncture protection. The new tire is the most versatile of the Schwalbe Energizer family, which now has four members. All tires bear the ECE-R75 certification mark, recognized throughout Europe, for e-bikes with speeds of up to 50 km/h.

Danny Hart Downhill World Champion on Dirty Dan

19 year old Brit, Danny Hart, celebrated the greatest success of his career this past weekend at the Mountainbike world championships in Champery (Switzerland).

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