Old 07-11-18, 12:16 PM
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Originally Posted by AnkleWork View Post
Couldn't wade through all that, but just to respond to the headline: tires are not governed by quantum mechanics. The most likely source of the problem is user error. Just find known-good procedures to install & use tires & tubes and follow them closely.
Actually, according to theory at least, everything including bike tires are governed by Quantum Mechanics. But the probability of observing a quantum-related effect on bike tires under the conditions we live is quite remote. Plus to see it twice in close succession is even more remote.

Any photos showing what's happening? Is it the tire or the tube? Did you check for sharp edges on your wheels? A problem with your rim tape?
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