True to its Road companions, the Supreme feels more like a dedicated racing tyre than an overall touring one. The grip is also phenomenal in all street conditions and while cornering. Whether riding dry asphalt or wet cobbles, it hugged the corners no matter how aggressive I took them and had everything under control. The only exception being very fast, hairpin corners where the sidewalls protested with a “Schrrrrrp.” Which translated means: “I’m not sure what you are doing, but I’m going to shake back and forth on the rim because I feel like it.” Sure, I was riding at 1.8 bars which is much lower than Schwalbe’s minimum recommended tyre pressure (2.5 - 4.5 bars), but still stiffer sidewalls are more stable when we get down to the nitty gritty. In reality, this isn’t a point of criticism because the Supreme was not made for the fast and tight corners of a criterium race, but instead for City & Touring.