Schwalbe Big Apple Tire (Black) (26") (2.35") (Wire) (Performance Line)

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Expected Thu, Jun 3, 2021
Price: $43.49

Tire Diameter | Tire Width:

  • 29" | 2.35"
  • 26" | 2.0"
  • 26" | 2.1"
  • 26" | 2.35"
  • 20" | 2.0"
  • 20" | 2.15"
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The Schwalbe Big Apple began the Balloonbike trend back in 2001. Comfortable cycling without the need for expensive technology. At the time it was a revolutionary idea. Today it is a growing trend and there is now a large selection of Balloonbikes with everything designed around the Big Apple.

Features:

  • Built-in "suspension" which absorbs over 36% of vibrations at the handlebar
  • Features Race Guard puncture protection
  • RaceGuard features a double layer of nylon fabric, which makes for good protection on light, sporty tires

Specifications:
Tire Type: Clincher
Bead: Wire
Compound | Casing: - | RaceGuard
TPI (Threads Per Inch): -
Puncture Protection: Yes
Inflation: -
Color: Black
Weight: -

This product is expected to become available for purchase on Thursday, June 3, 2021

Thursday, Nov 26 2020 (6 months ago)
Schwalbe Big Apple Tire (Black) (20") (2.0")
I’ve been running Big Apples for nearly twenty years. Twenty’s on a Catrike and Twenty-sixers on an older V-900 Cannondale. They turned the catrike into a gravel trike and the
mountain bike into a real cross country do anything bike. They are light, smooth, awesome riding, and fast !
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Saturday, Feb 27 2021 (2 months ago)
Schwalbe Big Apple Tire (Black) (26") (2.0")
Pleasantly surprised by Nashbar sending the Schwalbe tire quickly after qualifying for the free shipping offer. Received it a couple of days ago. The wire bead tire installed easily on my old rear mountain bike wheel and I went for my first ride yesterday. Enjoyable smooth and quiet ride on an asphalt covered section of the East Coast Greenway and a few rural roads. Plowed melting snow along the sides made for occasional patches of water. Crunched a lot of salt on the sides of the roads. Cornering is noticeably smoother than my old rear tire. The reflective whitewall rings are a nice touch. The tread is good for hard surfaces and the shape of the tire absorbs bumps. The Schwalbe Site has a table of proper inflation based on rider weight and tire size to get the optimum ride from these. Here's their 2" recommended data after conversion from metric for your convenience: 132 lbs rider = 36 psi, 187 lbs = 58 psi, 243 lbs = 72 psi.