There's Nothing More Comfortable Than A Schwalbe Super Moto
Taking your e-bike to work? Rolling through bumpy stretches of urban tarmac? We've got a tire for you.
The Schwalbe Super Moto 29" Urban/E-Bike Tire is an excellent choice for anyone looking for a wide, comfortable, and safe tire for their E-bike or urban commuter. With its dynamic profile, the Super Moto stands out with its low rolling resistance and optimal grip even at higher speeds — ensuring safety and the smoothest ride possible.
It's made with ADDIX rubber, which is a very durable, versatile compound — made specifically for grip at higher speeds. Schwalbe also made sure to include ample siping so that water can be quickly dispersed and the rider can stay upright.
If you are interested in a puncture-resistant tire that will help you get from point A to point B in comfort, give the Super Moto a shot.
- ADDIX rubber compound for low rolling resistance
- Ample siping for grip in wet conditions
- Rated for E-Bikes
- Reflective sidewall
- 67 threads per inch offers high durability
- Wire Bead
- Double Defense Sidewall
- RaceGuard flat protection belt
- 27.5" diameter is more nimble than the 29"
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The product weight specified is an approximate weight based on the manufacturer's specifications (if available) or our measurement of one or two examples. For most products, the weight will typically vary by 5% to 10%.
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