Schwalbe Ice Spiker Tyre
|26* 2.1||304||Our Price £39.99 RRP £59.99||In Stock|
Schwalbe Ice Spiker 26 x 2.1-inch Tyre
With 304 ice-gripping spikes protruding from the tread, Schwalbe Ice Spiker tyres will have you riding in confidence in conditions that would otherwise tempt you to stay indoors.
- Kevlar guard puncture protection.
- Wire bead.
- Fits front or rear.
- Fits 26 inch wheel mountain bikes and hybrids.
- Recommended inflation range: 30-65psi.
- Note: Schwalbe recommend you initially ride these tyres 25 miles / 40km on tarmac to bed-in the spikes.
- Weight: 1,055g based upon weighing one Schwalbe Ice Spiker 26 x 2.1-inch tyre at Bike Co-op HQ in January 2015.
'You want a real winter tyre? Check out this studded wonder from Schwalbe - perfect if we ever get snow again.
With 304 tungsten steel studs putting an ice bite in each of the chunky alternating tread blocks on the centre and shoulder tread this is definitely a serious Arctic tyre.
Nothing else comes close for icy trail grip and the tall, firm shoulder knobs mean traction right over into the turns or the deepest slush and snow too and wide-spaced tapered tread means it clears sludge really well too.
As you'd expect though it clatters and roars on firmer surfaces and it'll chew woodwork and roots to ribbons. All those metal studs make it heavy and it'll slide wildly (and even spark sometimes) if you're anything less than super careful with it on tarmac or rock sections too.
It's expensive for what is a very rare use tyre anywhere in the UK south of the Cairngorms too. But it will probably last you a lifetime and of course if ice and snow are part of your usual winter riding diet it could be an essential bit of kit. 4.5/5.'
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