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SCHWALBE Energizer Plus Performance Wired-on Tire E-50 Addix.E Reflex 26x1.75" black (2020)

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Product Description

Especially developed for E-Bikes. The new Energizer Plus has a very modern, dynamic tour profile with a smooth middle section and noticeably diamond-shaped side sections. This ensures low rolling resistance on the road and reliable grip on unpaved terrain. The Addix E-Compound has been developed especially for e-bikes and provides maximum durability, low rolling resistance and extraordinary grip even at high velocity. Reliable puncture protection is ensures by the 3 mm strong GreenGuard, proven in daily touring-routine. Of course the new Energizer Plus is certificated according to ECE-R75.

3 mm puncture protection, partly made of recycled material. The highly elastic rubber on a 67 EPI carcass is used for the classic Marathon, the Energizer models and many other high-quality touring tyres.

Intended use
City & Touring  
Designed for E-Bikes
E-bike approved
Approved up to 50km/h (ECE-R75)  
Wheel Size
880  g
Tyre size (diameter x width): 26 x 1.75
Tyre Size ETRTO (Width x Diameter): 47 x 559
Build: Clincher tyre
Pressure Bar: 3-5
Pressure psi: 45-70
Profile: HS 492
Performance: Performance, TwinSkin
Rubber Compound: Addix.E-compound
Reflective Stripe: yes
Puncture Resistant: yes
maximum capacity: 109 kg
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