Old 09-30-18, 07:52 PM
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Originally Posted by TejanoTrackie View Post
Tire size should also be based on rider weight, and larger in the rear than front. A 25mm tire in the rear is plenty for a relatively lightweight person like myself who weighs only 135 lbs, but a 200 lb rider would want at least a 28mm tire.
not true well maybe with some tires I commute on a road bike 15 miles each way use a set of Conti grand prix all season in six months not one flat and tires look almost new still and I'm 230 lbs tires are a bit pricey but you get good results the regular grand prix 11 tend to have a week sidewall
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