Great State of Varmint
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I used to run 27" straight-walled wheels with Weinmann tires at 100psi no problem - if it's a well-built wheel. But this goes without saying. If it's supporting you, it can easily take 80psi.
I have the Panaracer Pasela TourGuard tires, in 700C on my Trek hybrid (28C). They are nimble and grip at the same time. I like 'em. The only problem many people encounter, at least that I've heard of, with Panaracer in general is the sidewalls. They tend to be spotty and subject to easily ripping-out/blowing out. But I've never had this problem. But I don't ride like a maniac either - no offense.
Last edited by Panthers007; 11-14-08 at 04:28 PM.
Reason: It's TourGuard. Me dumb...Ook!