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Schwalbe Marathon 700 x 28c bicycle tyres @ spacycles.co.uk £10.99 + delivery

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Schwalbe Marathon The latest version of the classic all purpose high quality touring tyre has been updated with a new tread pattern, Kevlarguard and Allround tread compound. Weight 480g. These
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UncleWilly
They also do Schwalbe Marathon Plus "London" tyres for £15. Looks quite a good deal especially now the Argos offer seems to have expired.
What was the Argos offer?


http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/schwalbe-marathon-plus-reflex-bike-tyre-700-x-28c-14-99-argos-2259678
UncleWilly
They also do Schwalbe Marathon Plus "London" tyres for £15. Looks quite a good deal especially now the Argos offer seems to have expired.
What was the Argos offer?
snowee
Bit of a home-made website, not easy nor quick to find delivery charges, would rather buy from a reputable seller like Wiggle

Spa Cycles have been around forever
They also do Schwalbe Marathon Plus "London" tyres for £15. Looks quite a good deal especially now the Argos offer seems to have expired.

Edited By: UncleWilly on Aug 13, 2015 10:15: change of mind
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Studded Winter Road and Mountain Bike Tyres £30.00 @ Spa Cycles

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A specialised deal but a real bargain non the less. Schwalbe Marathon Winter studded Road and Mountain Bike sized tyres, both in stock and at summer prices from a very reputable shop, delivery is free…
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You can save a tenner by getting them from Germany.
eg Action Sports @ 27.9 euros each + 5.99 euros delivery = GBP 49.50 ish

edit: I've had these in 700c for a few years. They are as good as the OP says - once you get used to the noise they make on tarmac. Difficult not to feel smug riding up an icy hill past stuck traffic;) The only problem is that they aren't so useful in frozen ice ruts or deep snow (obviously). Not a problem if you stick to main and well used roads though.

Edited By: buddhabelly on Nov 06, 2012 10:47: additional info
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SCHWALBE Blizzard Sport Tyres 700 x 23, as little as £7.50 delivered @ Spa Cycles

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Usually around £9.99 or more elsewhere. A decent, well reviewed tyre for training that offers reasonable puncture resistance. Postage is £4, but they have extra discounts for multiples.
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Schwalbe Marathon Supreme, Rigid Tyre (700x35) - £20.00 + £3.00 p&p @ Spa Cycles £23.00

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A touring tyre (folding) that can do everything. With HD Speed Guard and Roadstar triple compound, it offers the same outstanding qualities in puncture protection and grip in the wet. The ultimat…
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The folding version in different sizes is £28.00
http://www.spacycles.co.uk/products.php?plid=m2b0s142p1034
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SCHWALBE Blizzard Sport Tyres - £6.50 + £3.00 p&p @ Spa Cycles

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These are great tyres with kevlar puncture belt, and they last ages. Usually over £30 a pair but they are on clearance here for £6.50. Cheapest i can find them otherwise is on sale for £8.99.
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Cheers mate, love my Trek 1.2. Its my baby. Absolute beauty. Guess winter riding ain't the way forward then, -5 today and more snow forecasted for this week oO


Mine was a 1200, the forerunner to the 1.2.

If you want a very decent 3 season tyre, then I used to run these and they are a huge bargain at the moment - not quite as good as the GP4000s but 2/3 of the price and a very capable tyre. ( http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/michelin-pro-3-race-700-x-23c-tobac/825746/ )


Edited By: jazid on Dec 13, 2010 15:32
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Quick Q. I've got a Trek 1.2 (2010) Compact - are the standard tyres on them good for snow/icy conditions? I bought it brand new from a store. I have resisted in going out for a run since the past week due to snow and icy conditions. Dieing to go out but scared at the same time! ha!

Good choice of bike. Im a big Trek fan myself.
FWIW I've seen many an experienced Sunday cycle group tumble like a house of cards becuase they hit black ice. IMO road cycling in winter is really not worth the risk of injury (that will likely put you out for weeks whilst you recover, never mind the damage to your pride and joy).
But mountain biking in the snow is fab and totally recommended!


Cheers mate, love my Trek 1.2. Its my baby. Absolute beauty. Guess winter riding ain't the way forward then, -5 today and more snow forecasted for this week oO
bisoner
These look cheap but as someone pointed out to me, the tyre is the only thing that touches the road on a road bike and from a safety perspective, I wont skimp any more.


I agree with your excellent comment, but I don't actually whizz around, especially on corners (my 52 year legs don't allow this) so I have decided to buy two of these tyres.

I have had no punctures with my current Vittoria tyres, but as they are over a year old, they will eventually need replaced. These tyres will be OK.

Thanks to the original poster too

Happy cycling !
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Quick Q. I've got a Trek 1.2 (2010) Compact - are the standard tyres on them good for snow/icy conditions? I bought it brand new from a store. I have resisted in going out for a run since the past week due to snow and icy conditions. Dieing to go out but scared at the same time! ha!

Good choice of bike. Im a big Trek fan myself.
FWIW I've seen many an experienced Sunday cycle group tumble like a house of cards becuase they hit black ice. IMO road cycling in winter is really not worth the risk of injury (that will likely put you out for weeks whilst you recover, never mind the damage to your pride and joy).
But mountain biking in the snow is fab and totally recommended!
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Sorry not even this price will tempt me away from my GP4000s - they glue the bike to the road!

.. but they are about £31-50 each.Surely these are OK for the non serious road biker.

If you want both amazing grip and low rolling resistance then seriously give the GP4000s a try just once. I use them for training etc and used to buy budget tyres until I experienced an incident related to the poor tyres I used before on poor roads. The GP4000s are also hard wearing IMO.


I've had GP4000s on my bike all summer and into the winter. Not a single puncture so far and I've done a fair few miles - they do feel grippy too but I wont go out on a roadie in these dodgy conditions. These look cheap but as someone pointed out to me, the tyre is the only thing that touches the road on a road bike and from a safety perspective, I wont skimp any more.
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SCHWALBE Marathon Plus bicycle tyres £19.00 @ Spa

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RRP is £29 each. They can usually be had for about £25 each with free P&P if you shop around but these are £19 each with P&P for a pair costing just £3. Ride through broken glass! The new Maratho…
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Why expired?


They went up to £21 or £22 at the back end of last week, but have now gone down in price again :|
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@ farbuckle - I think that the problem may be that you have had a bad experience with plastic tyre levers. I have come a few that quite frankly are not fit for purpose. They are made out of the wrong kind of plastic and are too bendy. Please believe me that a good pair of plastic tyre levers will only set you back a pound or two and they are well worth it. You don’t need to have expensive rims to justify this small cost and it is better than your tyre being damaged because of a score or nick on the rim.
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@ farbuckle - I hope that you didn’t think that I was having a dig at you personally because I assure you that that was not my intent. However, if you go into any reputable cycle shop and ask them they will tell you that you should never use metal tyre levers on alloy rims as they could cause damage. I have always found that I can get my Marathons on without the use of tyre levers at all apart from occasionally at the very final stage. The trick is to make sure that the tyre is seated in the lowest part of the rim when you are putting it on. That usually gives you the extra clearance necessary to pop the tyre on with your thumbs.

Changing A Bicycle Tyre - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vXnTqP7Nd_o

I'm not going to argue the point other than you stated that nobody should use
metal levers but we don't all have expensive fragile wheels and not everybody
is heavy handed with tools. It seems the best compromise for these Marathons
may be plastic levers with a metal core.
I have bought two sets of pluses from spa at the above price.

They are a heavy tyre but they are worth it for the protection.

If you need speed and 'p' protection then go for schwalbe marathon supreme, they really are the business, I paid £25 a tyre.

Done about 1500 commuting miles on the supremes and never had a 'p' yet

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DAWES Sportif Ultra Ti, £1,600.00 @ Spa Cycles

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If you missed the latest £50 Argos bike... sadly this doesn't have the bouncy suspension and knobbly tires ;) About a £1000 cheaper than anywhere else, the frame alone is around £1600 elsewhere.
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Good deal, but it is the 09 version, so you're not comparing like with like if you cost it against his year's version and they won't have all sizes. Not saying I wouldn't be interested at this price though... heat. :thumbsup:
dhope;8893995
Head over to bikeradar forums, there are plenty of questions on which bike to get, what's best at a certain price point, whether you're interested in the commute to work, longer rides etc.
What I know about bikes could fit on the back of a postage stamp. A month ago it could have fit on the edge :D


cheers will do just that :thumbsup:
ikisai;8893697
this is what i was referring to - its almost as bad as ICT acronyms !!:thinking:


Head over to bikeradar forums, there are plenty of questions on which bike to get, what's best at a certain price point, whether you're interested in the commute to work, longer rides etc.
What I know about bikes could fit on the back of a postage stamp. A month ago it could have fit on the edge :D
dhope;8891788
I know, I just bought the Boardman Team Carbon a few weeks back, great bike.
But, Shimano Ultegra > SRAM Rival though I thought...


Toybhoy;8891776
You can get a lot of things for less but this is a titanium framed bike with full Ultegra groupset


this is what i was referring to - its almost as bad as ICT acronyms !!:thinking:
t121anf;8891471
you can get a carbon Broadman bike for less.


I know, I just bought the Boardman Team Carbon a few weeks back, great bike.
But, Shimano Ultegra > SRAM Rival though I thought...
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