Damn, I'd say you are already getting great rim life! I commute through 
Portland's winter, and my rims typically last 3-5 years before developing 
serious groves or cracks.


On Wednesday, February 14, 2018 at 4:11:33 PM UTC-8, Deacon Patrick wrote:
> No idea why the grooves continue to get in. but I always listen and if my 
> brakes make noise, I stop and knife the offending rock out. I find classic 
> shaped Kool-Stop brakes seem to attract fewer rocks — or the pads like Riv. 
> sells (different than Kool-Stop, but similar braking power in all weather.) 
> With abandon, 
> Patrick

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