I know that this subject has been discussed at some point over the last 6 months but I can't find the topic threads.
I am going to try out the Tufo Pressure Activated gluing tape. The regular and not the "mega" stuff. I use Rolf wheels, not carbon, and don't live in super hot climate location or ride my breaks down hill. I do live where it is very mountainious though, northern Utah.
I have used the Conti glue for years and want to try out the Tufo, primarily for in the field fixes and not having to worry about riding home carefully on old glue. My understanding is that you can stick on the replacement tire on the old glue tape or pull it off and apply new tape and stick on the tire, pump it up and off you go with out worrying about rolling a tire off the rim. I am switching from Conti Sprinter to Tufo Elite Road tubulars.
What have other readers experiences been with the tape? BTW, anyone what to buy three new Sprinters?