• Schwalbe have released a limited number of special edition skinwall Pro One tubeless tyres onto the Australian market. Image: Nat Bromhead.
    Schwalbe have released a limited number of special edition skinwall Pro One tubeless tyres onto the Australian market. Image: Nat Bromhead.
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Video: Tubeless 101 ... Debunking The Myths

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Schwalbe recently released a first onto the Australian market - a 28mm Pro One Skinwall tyre in tubeless.

Not only one of the world’s most trusted and relied upon bike tyres, the German manufacturer leads the way in tubeless tyre technology. With less weight, reduced rolling resistance, increased comfort and obviously a far slimmer chance of puncturing, it’s no wonder so many riders - not to mention manufacturers - are now choosing to turn to the tubeless system.

Quashing A Common Myth

“But it’s difficult, time consuming and potentially very messy to set up tubeless,” you may have heard. Despite that common belief that going tubeless is a complicated affair, it’s really not that difficult nor time consuming.

Guy McCausland from Schwalbe Australia has helped with some tips on converting your tubeless ready wheels to the simpler, easier and more efficient and worry-free system.

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