I have Nevegals on my bike right now & because I rode DH last season, the rear tire got beat up more than the front tire. Is rotating the tires (exchanging front & rear) good or does it have a huge adverse effect on performance?
I used to rotate but really you want your best rubber up front so you don't faceplant. I now put the front on the rear and put a new one on the front and love this setup. I always have great traction now front and back and it's like putting on a total new set when I do it this way so a new set I have on ice lasts twice al long.
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