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Old 06-24-09, 01:36 PM   #1
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Marathon Supreme 700x32 & 700x35 In Stk

They were unloaded this afternoon. If you have a favorite LBS, they can order directly from us. If not, y'all can order directly from us (although we really would like you to support your local shop... if you have one; we have customers that don't).

With regard to the recent lack of availability, we apologize. When the factory has a hiccup, we all get heartburn. Here's hoping that the production will be smooth and plentiful from this point forward.

There is also some potentially good news with regard to a certain size Marathon Supreme that has been oft requested. Nothing official, but I think it's a go (and if it is, they're going on my Conquest Pro rainbike asap). Sometimes a collective voice can make a difference.
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Old 06-24-09, 06:25 PM   #2
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There is also some potentially good news with regard to a certain size Marathon Supreme that has been oft requested. Nothing official, but I think it's a go (and if it is, they're going on my Conquest Pro rainbike asap). Sometimes a collective voice can make a difference.
Woohoo! 700x28! I know that this isn't an official announcement, but is there a chance that they'd be available before the end of this summer?
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That's wonderful news, Kojak. After 5000km, my rear 700x32 supreme is starting to show some wear (still no flats, though) and I was thinking of replacing it before the winter. Oh, and while cleaning the tire, I found a shard of glass that had been wedged in there. I had seen this spot on my tire for quite some time and thought it was just a cut, but on closer inspection discovered it was a small shard of glass and pulled it out. It was in there for at least 1000km. Those tires are tough!

As for the 700x28s, if Schwalbe can make them, I'll buy as many as I can.
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I've been waiting on the 32s.
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