Both tires blew out within 200 miles at 70 psi. Im a light rider (160 lbs) and never ride in the garbage on the side of the road. There is zero durability with these overpriced tires. Ended up causing damage on my 1000$ set of Dura Ace wheels. Stick to Continental and dont waste your money
These are the fastest and smoothest tire out there. I like the Specialized Turbo cottons but they are now my second best. The tubeless tires take a little getting used to but when you learn how to fill the tire you need to have the the right chuck. Then it all works well. It's nice to ride with 10's less air, it makes the ride so much smoother. If you do get a whole it seals then you just need to add air.
This tire is a little bit pricey compared to others, even Schwalbe lines, but they have a great combination of puncture resistance, low rolling resistance and are tubeless. They feel like they want to run. When punctured, they lose about 6 pounds of pressure, but I dont even stop. I get about 800-1,000 Miles per set and usually change them before they get too flat topped.
Road tubeless tires aren't cheap. These are reasonable with BTD's usual sale price in the low $60 range. They're light and they roll exceptionally well. I've been doing road tubeless since it became available and have used every Hutchinson road tubeless tire made. They're decent but I totally prefer these Schwalbes to any other road tubeless that I've used.
I run with about 2 oz of Stans in each tire and have put about 1400 miles on this set. We have a lot of rough pavement, glass and debris on many of the roads where I live, and so far, no major cuts or flats with reasonably careful riding and using a glove to brush the tires if I run through something suspect. I run them with 80 psi front and rear (I weigh about 160). The reduced pressure doesn't seem to make them roll any slower and they feel super plush.
I opted for the 700 x 25c size, and they're pretty fat. So fat, they just clear my fork and stays on a Cervelo R3. But the ride and the grip are outstanding, these things just roll as smooth as butter. The rear has started to wear a flat spot in the middle but it's not yet an issue. If I don't cut them, I can probably get 2000 miles on the rear before I'd think about changing it out. I love the extra volume of the 25c but because of the tight clearance on my frame and fork, I may go with the 23's next time.
I find these are the best all-around performing tubeless road tires. The ride nice, are quiet and have great traction dry or wet. They wear like a race tire so don't expect a ton of miles out of them. I have had punctures with these tires, and use sealer, so small punctures are not a problem. As the tires wear and get thinner, they are more prone to puncture.
Never thought Id find a tire this good. I had my doubts when Bob sold me the wheel set and I had to learn this new way of addressing my tires. Thanks to the Schwalbe Pro One, Ive had no issues with flats. These tires are GREAT. They also feel smooth on the road. I feel faster as a rider and second, I feel safe knowing these tires are going to keep me off the side of the road saying yeah, Im ok as other riders ride by
I use the 28mm tire on my Roubaix S-Works. Very fast rolling and great for the occasional dirt road foray. I've lost one tire to glass in the road I didn't see, but other than that I can't think of a better solution for a road rider with the usual lousy roads we encounter in CT.
Good tubeless tires and wear reasonably well. One issue I've had is initial inflation. They just don't pop and seat well even with an air compressor. When you get the tire I recommend mounting it on an old rim with an inner tube and let it stretch or roll it inside out and wrap it with rubber bands or a velcro tie. The tire will then seat itself easier - I highly recommend using an air compressor regardless. Once installed its a great performing tire.
My first pair lasted more that 3000 miles. The next pair not so good from the start! The rear tire went on with a little effort and sealed up right away. The front needed the same effort BUT as I was filling it up I could hear air leaking it was coming from the sidewall from several small holes. These did seal up but they started to leak air over night and the tire was flat the next day. When this pair wears out, if the front one makes if that long I'm going to try another brand!
I have ridden 3 Pro One tires. 2 suffered sidewall cuts and 1 suffered a hole so big that the Sealant couldn't seal. All occurred in fairly new tires. I have never had another tubeless tire suffer such catastrophic failure. I will never put another Pro One on my bike
I now have a bout 120 miles on my 25mm Pro Ones mounted tubeless on Bontrager Aeolus Pro 3 wheels on my 2018 Trek Emonda SL 6 Disc. This is a great combination and I am very happy. I plan on getting another set when these wear out.
I moved to tubeless after getting a new wheelset (HED Belgium rims). I have used only these tires since buying the wheels in March. I have put over 2,000 miles on these tires and they are holding up very well. They are fairly durable, supple, have good grip and roll fast. I have used these tires in 10 races and they are fast and inspire confidence.
One thing to point out is that the 25mm tires on these wide rims measure around 28mm wide. There is very little clearance between the tire and the rear right chain stay on a 2013 Cannondale CAAD10. They fit and ride fine, but they just barely fit. It would be more aerodynamic to use the 23mm tires, but the ride quality would suffer a little.
I use the regular Orange Seal sealant (not the endurance sealant). I had one puncture in July (after 4 months of use) that did not seal because I did not have enough sealant inside the tire. All of the initial sealant had dried up, and I did not remember to add more. I put in a tube and rode home. After adding more sealant, the puncture sealed. These tires are relatively easy to mount to the HED Belgium rims, but I needed to use an air compressor, my floor pump was not able to do it.
Last year I rode my regular clincher wheels with Conti GP2000SII tires. I had over 10 flats last season, This year I have ridden the same roads with only one flat, and it was my fault for not adding more sealant. I am convinced that tubeless is the best option for road riding. These Schwalbe tires are a little pricey but worth it to me.
Have used the pro one for years. Love the ride, grippy, can be difficult to inflate depending on rim type. These were on sale so purchased eight of them from BikeTiresDirecth. After a week had to replace one of the new tires on my wifes bike as a chunk of rubber tread was missing. Two weeks after that noticed a bubble on the tread,,thiught about calling BikeTiresDirect or Shwalbe but didnt (should have!). Wife was cleaning her bike today and noticed the tire I had replaced had ANOTHER BUBBLE ON THE tread and just replaced THAT tire. I am now convinced that first tire had tread separations as well and resulted in chunk of tread coming off!! THAT IS THREE TIRES I had to replace with none of the tire having more than 200 miles on them. Disappointed doesnt even begin to express my frustration! Does Schwalbe have that poor of quality control?
Is BikeTiresDirect purchasing seconds from Schwalbe and not letting us know?? Regardless it is DANGEROUS! BTW none of the tires were inflated over 100 psi.
I'm using the Schwalbe Pro One Tubeless Road Tire on my Trek Emonda SLR 8 with the stock Bontrager wheels. The tires are really good and I find them better for road racing than tubulars. I've done 2 road races with the tires on a course with very rough roads. I'm running 700 x 25 at 80-90 psi and they felt smooth and ideal for the rough road. I have no way of measuring this but the tires feel as though they have less rolling resistance over standard clinchers or tubulars. Since I have only one pair of tubeless wheels I'm training and racing on the tires and have about 1000 miles on them with little sign of wear. Good tires and my only suggestion is to use a compressor or high-pressure pump in initially mounting the tires. Great tire.