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Originally Posted by VegasTriker View Post
It might depend on what tires and wheels you have on your bike. I own an Haluzak Horizon SWB that uses a 20 X 1.35" Primo Comet tire rated for 100 psi. I tried it on a loose gravel road here in Nevada just one time and it was miserable. I managed to crash it because it was so hard to steer under those conditions. It's a great bike for riding pavement but definitely not for off road.
Oops. I forgot to mention 27x1 1 1/4 rear and 16x1 3/8 front.

Bike trails I have in mind are not like gravel roads. We have those is Illinois; and I hate to ride them with even mountain bike tires. The bike trails I am thinking of might have some loose gravel when a new load is dumped on them. But it soon sinks in, leaving a fairly hard surface.

Also, I not sure what the term "off road" includes. When I hear it, I think of mountain biking.
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