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Old 05-27-20, 11:29 AM
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700 x 45 tubeless for hybrid ebike on pavement

Looking for 700 x 45 tubeless for hybrid ebike on pavement .
Something supple and not super heavy .
Must be 700 x 45 ; Schwalbe Marathon Supreme or Almotion would be perfect but neither comes in that size .
Giant makes a gravel which is supple but noisy and no puncture protection .
Trek makes a hybrid but ride is not supple .
Been searching but can't find .
Prefer tubeless but I'll consider a tubed .
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Old 05-27-20, 04:30 PM
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Kenda Kwick $35 & Continental (Contact, I think) 700X47 ebike tire with puncture protection $29 ---- Amazon
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Does it have to be 45mm?
There are plenty 42s and 47s
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The standard Schwalbe Marathon (Greenguard) tires come in a 700x45. Looks like biketiresdirect and universal cycles have this size in stock. These tires are a bit lighter than the Marathon plus tires, ride very nicely (in my opinion), are rated for ebikes, have excellent longevity, fairly inexpensive, and mostly bombproof (with respect to puncture protection) until they are worn out. They would be my choice.

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Salsa Shark has the data. Listen to 'em. Be Well, Bluesfrog.
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