Old 01-25-14, 07:57 AM
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The other trouble with tubulars even as raceday only wheels is the time it takes to take off and remount a new tire properly. Sometimes one tire problem can screw up two or more races, especially if you're on the road.

I definitely agree that if you do flat, you're better off on tubulars than clinchers in terms of potentially going down. I've never rolled a tubular before, but that's always going through my mind on some level when I'm cornering with them.
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