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Old 03-03-17, 06:55 AM
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CatchMeRidin
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Originally Posted by churnman View Post
The type of tires on your hybrid will mean a lot when attempting a century. Smoother tires with low rolling resistance inflated to a high level will make the ride on your bike more like a road bike. I have seen people show up for a century with knobby mud-skipper tires and these will definitely make the ride more difficult and less enjoyable.
Okay that's good to know. The guys I got my bike from are pretty great. The adjustments are free for lifetime so I will take advantage of that and I will check and see if I'll need new tires around race time.
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