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Tyres, What you running?
#31
"alkali" Wrote:Do you not like your Hookworms? I loved mine, replaced them with DMR Moto RTs as reviews were good but I just loved the feel of the worm. Wanna swap? RTs still in good condition...
Yeah i'll swap them, you got a Specialized Pitch Pro? Wink  Seariousely though you can have them. I used them when i used to just ride to work but as i mainly ride off road now they are pretty much useless to me. I just can't be bothered to swap them over every time i ride on the road. I'll give them to you next time we ride togather. Actually, i don't think i have ridden with you yet?  Oh and yes they are still in very good condition.
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#32
i think we rode together at bedgebury ages ago, yours is the On One isn't it? I was on a black giant acid jump bike, yellow beetle? be good to get along to one of the next rides sometime soon, see you there. Thanks for tyres, much appreciated.
Keep it foolish...
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#33
"alkali" Wrote:i think we rode together at bedgebury ages ago, yours is the On One isn't it? I was on a black giant acid jump bike, yellow beetle? be good to get along to one of the next rides sometime soon, see you there. Thanks for tyres, much appreciated.
No that was Paul, i'm pretty sure we haven't met yet. Maybe we should rectifie that soon:-)
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#34
that would be cool, are you at Blean this wednesday? or anywhere near Canterbury?
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#35
"alkali" Wrote:that would be cool, are you at Blean this wednesday? or anywhere near Canterbury?
Yep i'm riding on Wednesday, so if you get your lights sorted and are able to ride i'll try and ride in with them over my sholder or something.  Could be interesting Smile
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#36
don't go to any trouble, i can easily collect them sometime if you are local, I'm in Canterbury but can drive to you no probs
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#37
Breezer - Mud X on the front and rear, or just front, or just rear?  I'm considering a super tacky high roller front and Mud X rear.  Oh decisions!!
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#38
I run them front and rear. Super tacky may be a bit hard going on a xc bike although probably ok if you are just using it for the soft/muddy conditions?

I am currently pondering new general use tyres ie inbetween winter and summer ones, was running nevegals front and rear but think I will put a narrower blue groove on the front as the 2.35" one on the Inbred is good but again, Kendas dont roll well in the dry and then clog bad in the mud so dont have that wide an operating span hmm

but then I also cant decide what frame to get..... heh
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#39
I think Im gonna try a Mud-X on the rear, purely as:

1: I want to try them

2: Tired of the mud fest at BBH and rear clag issues! (ooh er!)

3 : Worth having for the enduro

So I will buy the 2.0 Mud-X and stick with my High Roller 2.35 60a on the front.

Does that sound OK or am I heading for doom on my first corner?
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#40
I'm looking for a decent Mud-x deal so remember to post it up if anyone sees a good price or BOGOF
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