We had our first front puncture last Saturday. It was comming down an over-pass in a bunch at just over 40km/ph.
Fortunately the road was straight but man what a handful to keep us upright, I didn't know if we were going down until I got a foot on the ground.
If we were tipped into a corner there is no doubt in my mind that we'd have gone down HARD.
Has anyone found a 28mm tyre and gone tubeless on it? I've tested 23mm and 25mm tubless tyres on my single and although I wasn't 100% convinced in the technology if you did get a cut that didn't self heal at least the deflation was slow.
We ride our tandem pretty fast and hard and I lost a little bit of confidence last weekend!