tubeless is your friend
I do, and it was embarassing, but it needed to be done!jsj3831 said:You should know by now not to ask a q like this.
And the hourly rate at which your compadres are waiting, just sayin.........nOOby said:Now if you factor in your hourly rate changing tubes on the side of the trail, then tubeless becomes much cheaper.
calzonical said:pinch flats....sounds like you need a wider rim strip...much cheaper than a tire.
bad andy! said:No, I'm not really kidding.
No, I didn't search all the bazillion other threads on tires.
The tire I am currently using really sux bad.
I think it's due to the hard rubber compound.
I need to air it down so low to get any traction due to the hard rubber, that I pinch flat a lot now.
Any recommendations for a good rear tire for a budget minded person, that will get decent traction aired up to about 40?
Flame suit on, thank you very much!
That's not correct.calzonical said:pinch flats usually happen on the rim side at the spoke holes or the weld area. wider/thicker tape (not electric tape) can help prevent this issue.
I'm pretty sure what calzonical meant was:Nickle said:
If you talk to the real singlespeeders, I'm not sure I'd qualify!lidarman said:And I thought singlespeeders already knew everything?