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Average connection time 25 secs
Average connection time 25 secs
Looking for a tyre that's more aggressive than the mixed-tread GravelKing? The GravelKing SK might just be the tyre you need for the more hardcore roads. Aggressive knobs, ZSG Natural rubber compound, puncture protection breaker and AX-α special low rolling resistance casing make the Gravelking the perfect go-anywhere tire.
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I bought these tires in a 35mm for my 2016 diverge a1 and the tires barely fit. I have a pair of schwabe cx 35mm tires and they fit my frame with room to spare. The tires are really nice and roll very fast but be careful with sizing.
Bought the 26mm tubed version for my Giant TCR advanced Pro 0 road bike. I run 25mm tyres on the road and wasn't sure about the clearance in my front forks. The 26mm are 26mm in diameter and run great! The small knobbles on the centre line of tyre means it runs great on smooth surfaces, and the larger knobbles on the edge of the tyre grip well in the corners and in looser stuff. The sidewalls feel thick and solid. Did a 60km dry gravel ride on Sunday with a couple of mates who have gravel-specific bikes with large diameter tyres. All I did was swap in these 26mm tyres on my roadie. Once I got my confidence up, I had no problem keeping up on twisty, fast downhills, and my light road bike gave me an advantage on the uphills! No scary moments or skids. I went with 80psi to reduce the chance of pinch-flats, could maybe go a fraction lower.
Great Tyre for gravel. Only ridden on hard compact gravel for 2rides, but so far have been great. Plenty of grip and good rolling on tarmac as well. Can’t comment on longevity but can’ see any wear after 2 rides. They were pretty easy to get on to my wheels - DT Swiss er1800 2 way fit. I used them with tubes. I bought the 32mm version and ran them at 80psi, but will probably go lower next time.
I can't review their performance as to be honest I'm not sure I'm going to use them, but I bought the 26 mm version hoping to up my tyre size a bit for off-road sections (they could have been over 26 so I didn't want to go 28 just-in-case), but these are under 24 mm wide. They might be fine to ride, but I want/need the confidence that extra width and lower pressures provide and neither things are provided by this size differential. I'm quite disappointed as I heard these were decent tyres for my purposes.