Thanks. Clayton ..that's an excellent tip. I was a little dismayed that
I've been getting flats with my McClure Passes, but I have noticed that the
tread does pick up small stones and therefore glass....etc and I think
that's the culprit given that there's no "armour" unlike the Pasela
Tourguards I replaced.
On Wednesday, September 21, 2016 at 11:03:12 AM UTC-5, Clayton.sf wrote:
> one more thing to add for city riding. The tread is thick enough to resist
> minor glass shards from puncturing immediately, but they tend to embed
> themselves in the tires and eventually puncture the tube if left
> unattended. Picking over the tires and dislodging glass and other debris is
> something that I started doing once or twice a week. Seems to reduce
> Clayton Scott
> SF, CA
> On Wednesday, September 21, 2016 at 2:56:41 AM UTC-7, SeanMac wrote:
>> Thanks, Clayton. That information is quite helpful.
>> On Mon, Sep 19, 2016 at 12:57 PM, Clayton.sf <clayt...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Only been riding that particular compass tire since last week. So far
>>> they are great! Roll well amd grip well. Used them on paved amd fire roads.
>>> Have had compass tires in other sizes and am a fan. Used to go with the
>>> EL versions, but had one ride stopping sidewall cut once. Not really a
>>> valid sample size, but it made me switch to standard casing this go around.
>>> Tires are easy to mount. Wish they were all black.
>>> On my 60cm cheviot they are an excellent fit with plenty of breathing
>>> room with fenders. They measure 41mm on my dt tk540 rims with tunes but
>>> will likely stretch a little more.
>>> Hope this helps,
>>> Clayton Scott
>>> SF, CA
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