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Panaracer Pasela Tour Guard Tyre - 26 x 1.75 Inch 42-559

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Our favourite tyre for road based touring or where durability is required. The Pasela's chevron block tread pattern makes short work of uneven road surfaces. A Kevlar (Aramid) strip beneath the carcass increases puncture resistance whilst Panaracer's durable rubber compound re-assures the rider with plentiful grip in all weather conditions. The only tyre we know that is endorsed for Tandem use! Pasela users will regularly exceed stated max inflation pressures.
- Max 65 psi
- Weight 500g
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Product Reviews (5)
Overall Product Rating 5 / 5
Replacement Tyres
By
09 Aug 2019
5 / 5
I recommend this product
ConsNone
ProsPrice and performance
I bought a pair of these to replace the old ones, which had stood up well to many miles without a single puncture. So reliable were the last pair that I never bothered to check them except for pumping them up on occasion. I noticed the back squirming around whilst on tour, and finally noticed that there was hardly any tread left on the back and one of the walls had started to split, in fact I had to use a tyre boot to fix the tyre for the last part of the journey.

On top of the miles that they have done, these tyres have carried a heavily laden Thorn eXp and an 85kg rider.

I only replace like for like when the initial experience was very good. It was with the initial Pasela tyres, and I hope the replacements will be the same.
Excellent Product
By
10 Jun 2016
5 / 5
I recommend this product
Good looking tyre. Rides well and no puntures so far!
deleivery was quick as alway from SJS
Panaracer Pasela Tour Guard
By
19 Mar 2013
5 / 5
I recommend this product
ConsNone I've yet discovered
ProsSuitable for a heavy rider, look good
Obviously with tyres the real test is after many hundreds of miles of use, but first impressions are good. I'm heavy and often ride on grotty roads with all kinds of flints and shards of glass on them, not to mention potholes the size of a small family car, but they seem just the job.

Service from SJS Cycles was first rate as well.
Panaracer Pasela Tour Guard
By
27 May 2012
5 / 5
I recommend this product
ConsNone for me.
ProsGreat puncture resistance
I have used these for about 2500 miles, about 1500 crossing the tracks on Salisbury Plain. They aren't puncture proof, but only four punctures (one my fault) on tracks and roads covered in flint shards speaks volumes about their resistance to sharp objects. I run at 65psi and they give a decent ride with little rolling resistance. Definitely worth the money.
Panaracer Paselas
By
28 Mar 2011
5 / 5
I recommend this product
ProsQuality, looks
Great service from SJS Cycles, the tyres arrived quickly and safely packaged. The tyres themselves are fantastic, top quality items and look great too.
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Difference Between Paselas
By
01 Feb 2016
what's the difference between these tires and these: http://www.sjscycles.co.uk/panaracerpanaracerpaselatourguardfoldingtyre26x175inch42559prod9400/?sessionid=03ed0b594b61d04f9588b0c729475dd1ffa8bfe6 ???
Hi

Item #3813 is the Rigid version of the tyre which has a steel bead running through it, item #9400 is the folding option so it has a lightweight kevlar bead through it making it a slightly lighter tyre. If you were going on a cycle tour & needed a spare tyre then you take the folding option as it would fit in a pannier. Folding tyres are also cheaper to post. Performance wise they are the same. Regards