Ill at home, so show me your Audax/tour type bikes
Nice, both of them. What size rubber do you have there scotroutes? Whilst my race or training bikes will be fine I’m going to convert my crosser into a triple chainset road bike for the longer (400/600km plus) rides.
That would be 28mm Conti GP4Seasons. Currently running 28mm Schwalbe Marathons for touring and some 35mm Maxxis Raze for off-road duties. The frame and fork will easily take larger – 42mm easily.Posted 4 years agosomafunkSubscriber
My Kinesis Tripster ATR, Running 25mm Clement Strada tyres as it was summer.
Been out on it this afternoon in the glorious sunshine so i’ve popped out to take a pic, As below with Clement X’plor USH 35mm tyres, it can take up to a 50mm tyre easy but 35mm is max for those SKS mudguards, a true go anywhere bike.
Quite possibly the best/most favourite bike i own.Posted 4 years agoBadlyWiredDogSubscriber
Yeah sorry meant Aldi points.
Some hilly Audax..Audai? have AAA point attached to them.
Maybe one day you’ll be able to cash in Strava metres of ascent for Tesco Clubcard or Nectar points. Makes sense to me. I don’t have an Audax / tour-type bike btw, unless you count my Double Cross, which could happily manage it I guess. But I don’t have a photo of that.Posted 4 years agomboySubscriber
My Dad’s new bike, a Kinesis GF Ti V2…
Now got 28c Durano’s and full guards fitted. To be fair, doubt he’ll do anything like the distance the bike is capable of on it, but he’s done a few 20 odd mile rides (he’s barely ridden in years!) and loves it. I’m gonna steal it for a century at some point I reckon, see what it’s like.Posted 4 years ago
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