Join Date: Jun 2006
Bikes: '02 Barcode, Le Tour IV, Hoffman E.P.
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Actually it does change. By running a 1.85 back and a 2.25 in front you actually change the rake of the headtube because you push up the front of the bike by a quarter inch. This means that tricks like nose wheelies, hang fives, and other nose tricks will be harder. With a 1.95 in back its not QUITE as noticable, but it does make a difference. I can't stand huge tires, but that's probably because I ride my road bike a lot.