Old 04-23-16, 01:45 PM
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Originally Posted by StanSeven View Post
I just got a bike for similar purposes and it has 28. I also had a cyclocross with 32. Both are fine for me. The problem is too wide of tires really slows you are regular pavement. If you really want to ride in mud and lots of dirt, get a mountain bike. But 30s are the best choice of all around tires.
This says it better than I can. I think 28mm would be the ideal medium between road and trail. 32 will be easier to pedal than 35mm. Enjoy.
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