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Schwalbe Lugano 700c x 23 Road Racing Bike Tyres and Tubes (with Puncture Protection) - Black x 2 £20.98 @ Amazon sold by bikes4life limited. FREE DELIVERY

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700 x 23c Road Racing tyres and inner tubes x 2 Perfect for training, fitness, touring, commuting, racing, Time Trial and Triathlon Puncture resistant For 700 x 25c they are £23.08 here https://…
rapid111111 Avatar4m, 2d agoFound 4 months, 2 days ago7 Comments
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FatalSaviour
Expect this is a decent price for training tyres etc. However, I certainly wouldn't bill these as ideal for racing (almost double the rolling resistance of other tyres such as the Continental GP 4000S II).
The GP 4000S II is of course much much more expensive, but even other fairly entry level tyres such as the Conti Ultra Sport II (which can be had for £6.50 a tyre on offer and £9.99 currently). are around 8W (33%) less rolling resistance *per tyre*.
​i'm sure the 0.01% of cyclists who race will not be looking for £10 tyre deals on here.

I was raising my eyebrows at the description than seriously entertaining the idea that racers would be clamouring for these. I don't race, but do enjoy the feeling of a bike working *with* me rather than against on the occasional weekend ride that I'm able to get out on. In my personal circumstances, I ended up going for the GP4000S II - but wouldn't have minded a deal on those that makes them less than £30 a tyre!!
How would these be for commuting?
FatalSaviour
Expect this is a decent price for training tyres etc. However, I certainly wouldn't bill these as ideal for racing (almost double the rolling resistance of other tyres such as the Continental GP 4000S II).

The GP 4000S II is of course much much more expensive, but even other fairly entry level tyres such as the Conti Ultra Sport II (which can be had for £6.50 a tyre on offer and £9.99 currently). are around 8W (33%) less rolling resistance *per tyre*.


​i'm sure the 0.01% of cyclists who race will not be looking for £10 tyre deals on here.
Thank you op!!! Just ordered & heat added.
Expect this is a decent price for training tyres etc. However, I certainly wouldn't bill these as ideal for racing (almost double the rolling resistance of other tyres such as the Continental GP 4000S II).

The GP 4000S II is of course much much more expensive, but even other fairly entry level tyres such as the Conti Ultra Sport II (which can be had for £6.50 a tyre on offer and £9.99 currently). are around 8W (33%) less rolling resistance *per tyre*.
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Schwalbe Lugano 700c x 25 Road Racing Bike Tyres and Tubes (with Puncture Protection) - Black x 2 £25.99 @ Amazon sold by bikes4life limited. FREE DELIVERY

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700 x 25c Road Racing tyres and tubes x 2 Perfect for training, fitness, touring, commuting, racing, Time Trial and Triathlon Puncture resistant Enhanced speed / lower rolling resistance due to the…
jamesg1981 Avatar10m, 1d agoFound 10 months, 1 day ago22 Comments
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700x23 means the wheel has a diameter of 700mm and width of 23mm. The 700x25 has the same diameter of 700mm but has a width of 25mm meaning it's got a bit more give (& thus are more comfortable) but a bit more rolling resistance. There's a lot of debate about which one's better but generally the pros are riding 700x25. Most road bikes will fit either size but you will have to check your wheels.
Makkand
delpo
the 700x23 are even cheaper, same deal with tubes and free delivery
Schwalbe Lugano 700c x 23 Road Racing Bike Tyres (Pair) & Presta Inner Tubes - Black
Price: £22.98
sold by bikes4life on amazonhttp://www.amazon.co.uk/Schwalbe-Lugano-Racing-Tyres-Presta/dp/B00P6OQGQW
have just bought a set of 700x23
Thanks to the original poster for highlighting the original deal.
I'm a little wet behind the ears with this biking stuff, how comes you didn't go for the OP's deal?

Muchos Gracias!
700x23 means the wheel has a diameter of 700mm and width of 23mm. The 700x25 has the same diameter of 700mm but has a width of 25mm meaning it's got a bit more give (& thus are more comfortable) but a bit more rolling resistance. There's a lot of debate about which one's better but generally the pros are riding 700x25. Most road bikes will fit either size but you will have to check your wheels.


Makkand
delpo
the 700x23 are even cheaper, same deal with tubes and free delivery
Schwalbe Lugano 700c x 23 Road Racing Bike Tyres (Pair) & Presta Inner Tubes - Black
Price: £22.98
sold by bikes4life on amazonhttp://www.amazon.co.uk/Schwalbe-Lugano-Racing-Tyres-Presta/dp/B00P6OQGQW
have just bought a set of 700x23
Thanks to the original poster for highlighting the original deal.
I'm a little wet behind the ears with this biking stuff, how comes you didn't go for the OP's deal?
FYI if you want cheap tyres planet x are currently doing there guttersnipe folding tyres for £7.49 each, inner tubes for £1 with 25% off with there code that's £5.62 a tyre, 75p a tube, only catch is you gotta spend over 50 quid to get free postage, but with all the deals they are doing at the moment that is pretty easy. i filled my boots, brake blocks are 49p a pair also..

http://www.planetx.co.uk/i/q/TYPXGTSN/planet-x-guttersnipe-folding-road-tyre

code - PXLIQUID25
£24.99 from SDJ sports but not fulfilled by amazon
MAdam98
How cycling tyres are such a thorny issue!(mind the pun)
Basically most will stick to a tyre they like, until they get a sequence of punctures after which they choose another tyre. Cycle continues (another pun).
So yeh, heard good and bad. only way is to test them out! But 28mm is the way forward

Having frequently used in the last year or so the following; Conti GP4000s, Gatorskins, City Ride, Contact; Schwalbe Marathons, Luganos; Maxxis Detonators; I'd say the luganos are the **** tyre of the bunch, followed probably by the City Ride. The Marathons are probably the most overrated but seem fairly bomb proof when it comes to puncture protection (not a fan of their 'grip').

One morning I went over a small stone on the Luganos once and it basically tore a square shaped hole in the rubber and cut some of the threading -- that was the last straw. Binned them after that and removed the other set from the bike they were on. I ride the same terrain everyday and I simply haven't had the same experience when using other tyres. The Luganos punctured weekly. I mean, they're cheap so if you have no money I guess you have no choice. That being said, I think I paid £16 for a pair of Maxxis Detonators which were fairly poorly reviewed, but turned out to be actually fairly grippy and didn't strike me as particularly weak puncture protection wise.

Edited By: johnstalvern on Feb 02, 2016 22:10
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