The Fat Albert Evo Rear MTB Tyre from Schwalbe is a lightweight, robust tyre with incredibly strong and resistant Snakeskin sidewalls. The Fat Albert tyre allows riders of all abilities to ride difficult trails making this tyre a popular choice. The Fat Albert tyre is known for its large volume and low weight. SnakeSkin SnakeSkin fabric adds only ca. 40-50g per tire. This makes it the most practical protection against sharp rocks that can easily cut the side wall of light racing tires. SnakeSkin - in rocky terrain it is a great call! Features Application: Enduro, Freeride Dimensions: 27.5"x2.35 (60-584) Compound: Trailstar Execution: Snakeskin sidewalls, TL-Easy Fold EPI: 67 Pattern: HS477 Max pressure: 3.5 bar Recommended pressure: from 1.6 to 3.5 bar (23-50 PSI).
|Fat Albert Evo Snakeskin Rear Tyre Specification|
|Retailer||Chain Reaction Cycles|
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The brand Schwalbe began life as a company in 1901 (founded by Ernst-Wilhelm Bohle), but it wasn't until 1973 that the company became known as this household name. Primarily known for it's range of bicycles tyres, Schwalbe is based Reichshof-Wehnrath (near Cologne) in Germany, with the manufacturing side of the business completed in Indonesia. It's most iconic tyre range is the Marathon, which is currently the most popular Touring tyre worldwide.
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