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Schwalbe CX Comp Cyclocross Bike Tyre

Light and economical. A cross tire with a low, semi-slick profile. Fast rolling and with good cornering grip.

Specifications:

  • Size: 28 x 1.20, 700 x 30C
    • ETRTO: 30-622
    • Puncture Protection
    • Compound: SBC
    • Bar: 3,0-5,5
    • PSI: 45-80
    • Weight: 430g
    • EPI: 50
    • Load: 80kg
  • Size: 28 x 1.35, 700 x 35C
    • ETRTO: 35-622
    • Puncture Protection
    • Compound: SBC
    • Bar: 2,5-4,5
    • PSI: 35-65
    • Weight: 480g
    • EPI: 50
    • Load: 100kg
  • Size: 28 x 1.50, 700 x 40C
    • ETRTO: 40-622
    • Puncture Protection
    • Compound: SBC
    • Bar: 2,5-4,5
    • PSI: 35-65
    • Weight: 550g
    • EPI: 50
    • Load: 110kg

Buy Schwalbe CX Comp Cyclocross Bike Tyre from  Chain Reaction Cycles, the World’s Largest Online Bike Store.

  • Colour: Black, Black - Reflex
  • Size: Wire Bead
  • Wheel Size: 700c
  • Width: 40c, 38c, 30c, 35c
 
Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 25 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Excellent value I purchased a pair of the 30c size for by Boardman CX bike to undertake a 50mile ride that included roads and sections of the Ridgeway (rutted gravel and farm tracks). Puncturing was almost inevitable and sure enough it happened but others were getting many more than me. Since then they have remained on my bike and I cover about 100 miles per week mixing both road and tow paths without another puncture in two months. These seem like an ideal tyre when riding on a mix of road and gravel and seem to be excellent value at the price. 03 October 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Pointless tyres- good at nothing. I'm a fan of Schwalbe tyres generally and had been using the CX Pros for years. I bought these as a cheap alternative, hoping that the bigger volume would prevent pinch flats on rockier rides. Incorrect. They're cheap, but with that comes astoundingly high weight, sloth and a puncture every time I took them out- both from thorns and glass and from pinch flats. Not recommended. If you want puncture proof tyres, get Marathons. If you want light cyclocross tyres, get CX Pros. Don't get these. 15 September 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 Perfect for me. Light enough, fast & grippy I use for touring, commuting and exploring on & off road. Survives bridleways and farm tracks quite well, only had 2 punctures in 11 months of use. (both thorns between the shallow ridges where rubber is thinner) The central section rolls pretty smooth at 30-60psi with the knobbles biting when cornering. I've the 38 version on my salsa vaya touring bike and these work well both under load and without weight. At less than 12 quid for a knobbly tyre around the 450g mark I cannot complain at all. 05 September 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good for Adventure X Used these on first Adventure X of the season, fitted to 29" mountain bike rims, brilliant on and off road performance, just remember to use cyclocross inner tubes... 20 July 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by wears quick on road I used these to replace my slicks for frosty mornings in winter to get me to work. The only problem I have is that they have noticeable worn, only used about 10 short 6 mile journeys and back. Note that my bike is heavy and has a pannier on rear. 22 June 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good product The Schwalbe CX Comp Cyclocross Bike Tyres are a Good product well worth the money. 08 May 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very cheap & great Got thises from CRC for a very cheap price. Does the job niclely in the gravel on the CX bike 25 March 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great tyre especially for the city I've been using those tires for about 2 years now mainly in the city, streets of Dublin are full of glass though. Every week I just find pieces of glass stuck in the tyre and just take them out with a screwdriver or so. 8000km and I had 3 punctures I think. Happy with a grip level, in the wet as well but puncture protection is definitely the main feature here. 10 February 2014
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Would this fit a road bike?

Use Carrera TdF for commuting but new route includes a couple of dirt/gravel tracks so road tyres are no good.

Currently using 700 23, would the 700 30 be an ok fit?

Anyone used them on a road bike?
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An internal rim width of 19/20mm would be ideal to seat this tyre, however the frame clearance would the main issue. At least 30mm of clearance between the frame, forks and brake calipers would be essential for these tyres to be compatible.
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Have used these on a 29" mountain bike rim without any issues, just make sure you use a cyclocross innertube. They should fit easily.
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load on a tyre.

Hi. On this tyre it says that the load is 80kg, Does this mean that it will only take a certain weight at full pressure.thanks alot for all ya help.
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Most manufacturers error on the side of caution when giving weight or pressure limits on tyres. This tyre is recommended for 80kg of weight when fully inflated but you could go slightly above this without any real issues although i would not go much more beyond the limit of 80kg to make sure you are within reason.
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I'm new to road bikes and is building a cyclocross bike with Ridley 4za Stratos Wheels and i have read they go 19-28mm tire size but didnt understand the 30c,35c,38c,40c on the schwalbe cx comp tire
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The recommended tyre sizes for these rims are between 19 mm to 28 mm, which corresponds to to 19c - 28c. However tyre widths up to 35c will be fine to run with these wheels.

The Schwalbe CX tyres are fine as long as the 35c width is not surpassed.
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i have the 700*35.tread is for gravel rather than mud.
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Will a 30mm tyre fit a 622/13 rim?

Looking to establish whether my Mach 1 CFX rim can handle a 30mm tyre.

I gather the internal width is 13mm, the external is c.19mm. Sheldon Brown and Schalbe both suggest no. Posts on various forums think otherwise.

Currently rolling on 28mm Vittoria Rubinos and I've had 28mm Conti Gatorskins and SuperSport Plus on the same rims (but the Contis were both tight fits - the Rubinos were easy to put on...).

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Although you can use practically any tire/rim combination that shares the same bead seat diameter, it is unwise to use widely disparate sizes.
If you use a very narrow tire on a wide rim, you risk pinch flats and rim damage from road hazards.
If you use a very wide tire on a narrow rim, you risk sidewall or rim failure. This combination causes very sloppy handling at low speeds.

28c would be the most I would try to fit on a 13mm rim; although a 30mm will likely hold, it could 'roll off' at high speed (more-so in corners).
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