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Schwalbe Land Cruiser Plus Tyres

The Schwalbe Land Cruiser Plus is an affordable wire bead puncture protected trekking tyre. The design of the Land Cruiser Plus not only caters to road cycling it also handles riding off-road capabilities without any stress attached. Tyres + Schwalbe Land Cruiser Plus come equipped with a 3mm puncture protection made from a high-density aramid-fibre shell.

Reflective sidewalls are another feature of the Schwalbe Land Cruiser Plus and there is also a centre- strip to enhance the tyre grip when riding on the tarmac as well as serrated side knobs for dirt roads. Overall, the Schwalbe Land Cruiser Plus bicycle tyre proves as a most dependable buy when you are shopping for bike tyres.

Tyres Schwalbe Land Cruiser Plus

Off-road enthusiasts trekking through uneven terrain and cycling commuters who use their bikes as a means of transport for going to work enjoy using Land Cruiser Plus tyres because they roll on the road easily and are so reliable. The Schwalbe Land Cruise Plus tyres are part of the Schwalbe basic range selling at a low cost. There is no folding version of this tyre.

A recommendation from a customer who bought Land Cruiser Plus tyres for his mountain bike because most of his routes were country lanes and canal tow- paths. He stated “that they seem to have much less rolling resistance due to semi-slick tyre tread and puncture resistance. They are also good for gripping the tarmac due to the rounded profile. All in all, a good reliable tyre and they are good value too.”

If you are not sure of your tyre Schwalbe Land Cruiser Plus size or have any other queries, don’t hesitate to talk to a Schwalbe tyre consultant who will most certainly sort your problem.

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