Fast, durable, tough casing and light weight (but not super light weight)? Hmmmm.....carlhulit said:I need a new rear tire to replace my racing ralph. I have been very happy with everything except durability from the RR, and would consider a snakeskin version, but they are hard to find. Im looking for a good combination of fast rolling (RR like or better preferred) Reliable tubeless setup on a bontrager duster with TLR strip and a tough casing to avoid flats. I want speed over grip and durability over super light weight, anything better than searching out a snakeskin ralph?
Best to budget for a rear racing tire. Get your 50 - 55 hours out of it. Chuck it and install a new one. Wash, rinse, repeat.
They don't last forever.