Designed for maximum grip and stability, and tough enough for enduro racing, without the weight of a dedicated downhill tyre, the TRSr looks perfect for the kind of riding I…
A beefed-up XC tyre but just don’t expect as much grip and control in wet.
Essentially a bargain for the performance offered.
Still the best new-school semi-slick out there.
Secure cornering hold that comes at an earlier lean angle, which will suit riders looking for consistent grip
Not quite as versatile as other semi-slick tyres.
As a rear tyre the firmer rubber is a good trade off — braking hard doesn’t kill the centre tread too quickly and we’ve yet to puncture the SE5.
A great option if you’re regularly ripping tyres to shreds, and are looking for a planted, sturdy Alpine-ready tyre.
Almost perfect blend of compliance, stiffness and stability, the rubber compound grips like stink.
Really hugs and tracks the terrain, making it confident and locked-on, in both wet and dry conditions.
As a front tyre for shredders, the wider 2.35in Enduro version is pretty much bombproof.
The Der Baron is tough, adapts well to mixed trail conditions, rolls faster than you’d imagine and has class-leading tread life.
As an all-rounder the Tomahawk falls short, but as a rear-specific dry condition tyre it comes recommended.
To anyone curious about Plus rubber, we’d definitely recommend this tyre
While it stops short of promising world peace, Schwalbe’s dual-chamber Procore system advertises some lofty claims — increased grip, improved comfort and an end to pinch flats and burped tyres.…
An unashamed enduro beast - £55
An amazing budget option - £35
The tread pattern failed to impress - £59.95
A long lasting tyre that's best for pure mud riding - £49
A tyre for the nastiest, gnarliest conditions - £56.99