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Schwalbe CX Comp Cyclocross tyre 700c 30mm Black wired bead - £7.99 + £2.99 delivery @ Wiggle

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From experience these roll well and are good for the next 6 months' weather conditions, on dampening hard tracks tow/cycle paths and roads with rubbish etc.

Not going to get you out of a sticky situation in thick mud but at this price you can do worse for the commute and pooling around.

Offering excellent traction in all conditions and outstanding value for money, the Schwalbe CX Comp Cyclocross Tyre rolls easily to get your cyclocross (CX) bike up to speed on tough courses. Its large shoulder knobs ensure extra grip when turning.
Featuring a low, semi-slick profile, this Schwalbe CX Comp tyre is fast rolling and offers responsive cornering grip as you attack the toughest terrains.

K-Guard: This Guard has been proven for many years. It consists of natural rubber and is reinforced with Kevlar fibres. Together with the 50 TPI casing, all Active Line tyres are well protected against punctures. KEVLAR is a trademark of DuPont.
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    What is a 30mm tyre? I have 700x28c tyres on my bike. So is a 30mm tyre essentially 28c + 2mm?
    Yes you will need to check there is enough clearance to run it, though (edited)
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    I have a hybrid bike, pretty heavy but good enough for commutes, tend to cycle mostly in london and around the canals (muddy little rocky and bumpy) would this type of tyre be suited?
    This sort of thing, but I'd go slightly wider, something like a 35 or 38c. Fun fact - cyclocross is a race series, with UCI rules on bikes, one of which is that the max tyre width is 33mm, so anything for cyclocross has to be under that size. However, with the arrival of gravel bikes, you can get tyres of this sort which are much wider. I run 43mm tyres on my gravel bike.
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    I had a pair of these years ago and they were garbage. Prone to punctures, also one of them tore easily and the Kevlar inner burst out, and you may as well have slicks (or a proper knobby tyre if you want off road trip) they lack grip.

    Cheap price but I would personally spend more for something better.
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    I can see 700x30 working for some bikes which didn't quite have the clearance for 700x32. In that way they could be an ideal tyre size for certain bikes.
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    I've ridden both the 30 & 35mm versions of these. Cheap and cheerful and an absolute bargain at this price.

    They're not a super tough commuter tyre, but I've got plenty of miles out of them and used and abused them.
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    gringo papi
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    As above - cheap, but seem to be very prone to punctures. I've had a pair in the garage for a few years and thought I'd give them a whirl last week, two punctures on the same short ride!!!
    Look good though!
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    They're cross tyres which is grass /mud only, I'm not surprised if they can't hack the harshness of commuting.
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    I used it in front for around 3000-4000 km, now as a rear for around 1500km. Even though it's quite light and without any serious puncture protection, I've had zero flats (edited)
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    If you can get them in the size you need I'd recommend schwalbe silentos, good for commutes as semi slick / touring with a bit of bite on the sides for if you do towpaths or a bit of woodland on the way home. I've run thicker marathons on the same and never had a problem. Big Ben's also have a deceptive amount of grip and do a similar job. On some of these tyres you pay a bit of gravelbike / cx "tax" so it's worth having a look and seeing what's about