Mistakenly bought these thinking they were tubeless compatable. They are NOT tubeless.
So of no real use to me. They look well nice, so a bit gutted.
BNIB (rrp £58.99 each!), never ridden.
I have 4 tyres, 2 pairs and would take £75 a pair posted.
I have been running G-One Allroads tubeless on my TCX very successfully - about 400kms of gravel/Trail/field/toowpath commuting at 35/40 PSI with only losing a max of 2-3psi every few days!
Before selling on, try and mount them tubeless, if they seat and hold 50psi ish for an hour or so initially, you should be good!
Perfect ! But can’t afford at the minute
I'd rather not faff, but good to know!
Got some TLC Gravelking SKs (on stans grail rims) that I'm very happy with, performing well doing exactly what you describe, albeit not for commuting.
1 pair sold.
2 tyres left.
@dimblue - for ur caddx?
@heed still here?
if yes, dibs in a pair.
For what it's worth, I am running Schwalbe G One "non tubeless" as tubeless. They drop from around 45 to 35psi over the course of a week. That's the cheap ass Performance line tyres.
The Evolution line is Tubeless Easy, these tan walls have the same compound but not marked as Tubeless Easy. I would have no hesitation in running these as tubeless.
that s a good point, thanks!
Dibs on the 2 left - will pm
Edit (just seen not tubeless, sorry!)
I would warn against fitting these tubeless, I had one blow off a stans grail @ 60psi. This happened shortly after fitting while still in my workshop (thankfully not during a ride). Granted, you will likely not be running that sort of pressure but I would not trust them since.
I have fitted many tubeless tyre/rim combos over the last couple of years (I work as a mechanic) and hacked a few non-tubeless tyres for myself (28/32c gravelkings amoung them) with great success, though this is definitely not a tyre I'd risk.
Having said that, if you buy them off me it's up to you what you do! Just would rather an account of my experience be out there.
2 tyres left still for sale.
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