- What (road) tyres (really sorry!)
Doing coast and castles Sustrans route next weekendPosted 5 years ago
Berwick-Edinburgh and back, out inland, back along coast
Taking the cyclocross bike and as its all roads was using slick tyres, but given current rather conditions and forecast not looking like improving much temperature wise I’m wondering if some cross tyres might be better
Continental GP4 seasons are good although not cheap, as are Schwalbe Durano’s and Michelin Pro4 Endurance.
What width are you looking at using, 23f/25r is a nice combo.
As raininhat, would keep an eye on the weather, no point in riding if icy, as one off could wreck the rest of the year.Posted 5 years agojonbaMember
knobbles won’t help much except if you are on actual snow or mud. They don’t give extra grip on tarmac. I’d suggest some fatter slicks. GP4 seasons are the default. 28mm+ width. Run hard they won’t slow you down noticeably and you can let some air out for more grip if required.Posted 5 years ago
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