A complete newbie to cross here, so please bear with me. I am not yet ready to take the plunge to a set-up tubulars, and after hearing about the horror stories of trying to convert a standard rim to tubeless, I am going to go into this a low maintenance as possible.
However, I have a few questions:
A) What disadvantage will I have, when most of the courses here in the Front Range of Colorado are dry and dusty vs. muddy?
B) What is the lowest PSI you typically run when racing on standard clinchers, and are there any special tubes/techniques with the tubes needed to achieve that low PSI?
Thanks in advance