I thought I didn't have a tyre problem and I've changed my mind.
Bike is a Whyte E120 with a 20mm Reba up front. Wheels are ProII/XM819. Tyres have been variously UST Nobby Nics 2.25 and UST Fire XC 2.1s. The Fire XCs are grippier than the Nics and encourage more hooligan antics and that is where there trouble starts. The Fire XCs lure me into riding harder (feels great) and then at moments when I really don't need it they pop all their air out and hurl me into the bushes. To be fair, I could do this the the NNs as well, but generally they don't encourage as hard.
Some smartknob will point out that I should ride smoother. I'll point out that I've spent years (approx 20) building up to the point where my confidence is letting me tackle things in a manner I've always wanted to. The silly thing is that pumping up the errant Fire XC I'll be on my way at suicide pace again enjoying the feeling of confidence right up to the point it disappears again in a pop.
I weigh 14.5 stone.
Pressures are usually at around the 35psi mark.
Rims are in good condition.
Riding is mostly North Downs/Surrey Hills with the occasional Afan/Cwmcarn trip.
I've bunged on a leftover 2.35 Super Tacky High Roller dating back to an Alps trip. This solves the problem but I get that legendary High Roller draggy performance.
What are my sensible tubeless tyre options?