The Panaracer Gravel King SK tubeless tires were a fail or meh for me on nearly every measure. They were a lot of unnecessary work to set up the first time and performed like wooden shoes on the very standard terrain and good wheels I rode them on.
To run these Panaracers tubeless, I then removed the tubes while maintaining tire contact with one rim wall, needed a compressor to inflate the tires against the other side, deflated, poured in the sealant through the valve, and inflated once again.
Perhaps I had the wrong width. Panaracer sells the 700c version of these tires in 32mm through 50mm widths. These 35mm ones actually measured between 37mm to 38mm depending on rim size and tire pressure. So they are in the same size neighborhood as others in the Small Knob category I compared them to for this review.
I 100% agree with the finding for the Panaracers. They feel dead on both road and trail. They offer no little grip and I punctured them a lot. Just not souple at all. For the Schwalbes I mostly agree, very good on the road and grippy on packed dirt. But I also find that they can handle rough stuff very well despite the lack big (side) knobs. This is my go to tire. It is also worth mentioning that Schwalbe produces the G-One Bite and G-One Ultrabite with increasing knobbieness. Using the Bite as front and the Allround as rear tire will give you a huge versatility. Cheers
Not sure what you did with the Panaracer tires. I run the 70035 on my gravel bike. The bead set perfectly and I run them at 50psi. I have been riding the same set of tires for 1500 miles. I ride on paved roads, class 1 and 2, and an occasional class 3, I should also mention that I am a Bike Tech here in the States and ride about 12 to 13k miles a year. I love the Panaracer
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