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Schwalbe Lugano Puncture Protected Road Bike Tyre

Our entry-level model. Attractive bi-color compound. The classic diamond profile provides reliable performance on dry and wet roads. Naturally with a puncture protection belt.

Specifications:

  • Size: 700 x 23C
    • ETRTO: 23-622
    • Puncture Protection
    • Compound: Silica
    • Bar: 6,0-7,5
    • PSI: 85-110
    • Weight: 255g
    • EPI: 50
  • Size: 700 x 25C
    • ETRTO: 25-622
    • Puncture Protection
    • Compound: Silica
    • Bar: 6,0-7,5
    • PSI: 85-110
    • Weight: 280g
    • EPI: 50

Buy Schwalbe Lugano Puncture Protected Road Bike Tyre from  Chain Reaction Cycles, the World’s Largest Online Bike Store.

  • Colour: Black, Black - Red, Black - Blue, Black - White
  • Size: Wire Bead, Folding Bead
  • Wheel Size: 700c
  • Width: 25c, 23c, 20c
 
Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 37 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Heart-stoppingly useless in the wet Put these on on Sunday, replacing worn Continentals. Cycled 10 miles in bone dry conditions on Monday and no issues at all. It rained on Tuesday, so I thought I'd give the old emergency braking a go. Even going a very slow 10 miles an hour, whilst sitting on the seat, it completely lost traction and went a bit sideways, and that was on the anti skid bit at traffic lights. I thought that test may have been a bit harsh, so I tried again, building up grip slowly enough. Same thing. Back wheel far too easily went into a skid. I know that massive pressure on the brakes will cause skids, thats a given, but I dont have much control over that in an emergengy traffic situation and on these tyres you will DEFINATELY loose control in the wet. They also slipped slightly on the bumpy sections at crossings on the cycle path. Not cool. 23 September 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Quality not the best Tyre wears down too easy, i got about 500 kilometers out of the tyres before they became un-usable. Wouldn't recommend for anyone serious about cycling in anyway. 17 September 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Продукт отличного качества! У немцев плохого качества не бывает. Поставил эти покрышки проехал и был приятно удивлен! НАКАТ ВЕЛИКОЛЕПНЫЙ! До этого стояли RUBENA -Чехия. Разница ощутима.Насчет антипрокола не знаю ,надо больше поэксплуатировать их. 13 September 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by very good tyre have these on the bike for the last 500 km over varying terrain and have had no problems. would defo buy agian 19 August 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good Tyres Bought these after already running a Lugano on the rear for 9 months, this performed well with only one punture in ~ 1000 miles - was pretty worn at the end but will keep for using on the trainer. Already covered 200 miles and no issues, grip is good in wet and dry, seem to roll well enough - for the price a great tyre Upgraded to red sidewalls to match the bike, suit the bike well and I like them! 08 August 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by So far so good Purchased for the wife's bike - needed something a bit more robust for rougher country back roads and these seem to fit the bill nicely. They are lighter than some similar spec models from other brands and the colour strip adds to the appeal. 21 July 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by a great commuting tyre 120+ miles per week & doing great Great in the dry, leaves the bike a little skitty in the wet 19 July 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Buena relación precio calidad Muy buena cubierta!. Quizás demasiado rígida pero no pinchas nunca y su compuesto de goma me parece blando con un agarre muy bueno en todas las condiciones. Ideal para entrenar por carreteras sucias y humedas. 15 July 2014
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The internal rim width of a rim dictates the minimum and maximum tyre widths. 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. A 13,15 or 17mm wide rim will run 23/25c tyres without any trouble; a 19mm rim would run a 28c as a minimum.
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As far as I am aware the 700 can take either. Comfort should be better on the 25 and also there seems to be a shift in thinking and it seems that 25's may be actually faster than 23's.
Plenty of info on it through Google........................
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The 700C is a wheel diamater standard (622mm) whilst the 23c/ 25c is just a number for the tire profile. A higher profile number means that the tire will have a larger outer diameter (but still with the same inner diameter) and thus a higher profile tire will probably be more comfortable (since the tire provides a longer damping distance).

To answer your question; Yes a 700 rim can take either profile. A larger profile means better comfort, whilst a smaller profile means a lighter tire and less rolling resistance.
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a 700 wheel will take both a 700 x 23c and 700 x 25c - the 23 or 25 refers to the width so I assume the 25 is 2mm wider than the 23. I imagine the wider the tyre the more stability but also more resistance so it comes down to what use you have in mind for the tyre - training, race, commuting?
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Yes, no problem. Wheels should be generic enough to be able to take both.
Be carefull going bigger though as thay may be to big for the frame.

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This tyre has a Folding Bead.
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