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Old 09-06-15, 11:15 PM
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Originally Posted by User1 View Post
Yeah I still barley have confidence in the tires made in Germany. They would most likely state that in pretty big and bold type face. You have any tires you like currently? I'm trying to nail down 700c tires for touring/off-road (CX) and urban riding. Something that is no less than 28mm tire.
I've had very good luck with Vittoria. I've used Randonneurs for commuting for the last 3 or 4 years. I toured on Michelin Lithion around the south in 2011 and should have kept them on my bike but decided that they were looking a little cut and worn in Cincinatti and changed to the tire in the picture. Just this spring I did 1500 miles of touring on Panaracer RibMo around Lake Erie. This included a lot of dirt road, canal path and rail trail riding. They worked wonderfully. Their profile is not completely round but they are still good tires.
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