Actually, my points are 2: First: goatheads pose an entirely new level of
danger from flats; tires that will run thousands of miles without flats in
goathead-free areas will flat much more often if ridden in goathead
Second, if you choose tires, or flat-proofing systems, that are largely
proof against goatheads -- and these exist -- then you must deal with the
inevitable, and it is inevitable, degradation in quality of rolling
resistance and feel.
On Mon, Feb 5, 2018 at 12:08 AM, Patrick Moore <bertin...@gmail.com> wrote:
> My point: The equation is not solved for everyone simply by choosing the
> most flat resistant tire on the market.
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