Schwalbe Kojak 35-559, RaceGuard

23.90 € 36.90 €

Kiired rehvid 26" jooksudele. Traadita versioon, nüüd suurepärase hinnaga.

Performance line, Race Guard. Külgedel helkivad kirjad.

 No Compromise: the Kojak folding tyre by Schwalbe

Kojak makes no compromises. Its home is the road. Although the fast, sporty, tread-less slick weighs just 295 g (35-559) it still has a RaceGuard protection belt and reflective labels. Who loves ya baby?

Specifications:
Application: City & Touring
Product Line: Performance Line (Intensive Use)
Ground Conditions: asphalt
Type: folding tyre
Tubeless System: none

Technical Information:
Rubber Compound: SpeedGrip
Profile: HS 385
Carcass: 67 tpi
Sidewalls: LiteSkin
Puncture Protection: RaceGuard

Strengths / Weaknesses:
Speed: outstanding
Grip: very good
Protection: good (level 4 out of 6)
Durability: good

Model Index:
Version 26x1.35 (35-559)
Dimensions: 26 x 1.35”
ETRTO: 35-559
Air Pressure: 4.0 – 6.5 bar
Load Capacity (max.): 90 kg
Factory Number: 1160004.01

Note:
The load capacity shown refers to only one tyre. To check if the tyres are suitable for your total weight (rider + bicycle) you can double the amount due to your total weight being spread over two tyres.

Features:
- thinner sidewalls
- compromise free, faster, sportier, slick without a profile
- favorable on asphalt
- reflective labels
- RaceGuard protection belt
- foldable

Note from the manufacturer: Certain countries demand that reflective labels cannot replace reflective lines or spoke reflectors.

Technology:
Performance
Excellent quality for intensive use.

SpeedGrip
Sporty rubber compound with extremely low rolling resistance and exceptional grip.

RaceGuard
Double layer of nylon fabric. Good protection for light, sporty tyres.

LiteSkin
Skin Tyres have light, thin sidewalls. Advantages: weight saving and reduced rolling resistance.

Shipment:
- 1 x Schwalbe Kojak Performance folding tyre

Kaal:
-black / 26x1.35 (35-559) : 295 g

“It all started because we love cycling. From childhood cycling around home. Then making first real bike trip to West-Estonia and islands, with backpack on shoulders...”