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Old 05-21-14, 07:51 PM
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LeeG
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I have a Schwalbe 26"x1.6" Supreme on the rear and a Panaracer 1.75" T-Serv on the front. Light and easy rolling for unloaded riding and durable enough for touring. I'd pick different tires for loose dirt and rocks far from home but for pavement and decent handling on dry trails it's a good combo emphasizing light weight, rolling, puncture resistance and cush.

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