Old 08-13-06, 12:22 AM
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Originally Posted by TNCLR
Well, if you ride good tires, they're expensive. If you skid often, you'll ruin them and get a flat. For someone new to tubulars, changing out a flat can take several hours and be extremely messy.

Clinchers can be cheaper and flats can be changed in under 5 minutes. It's not rocket science why they are the most popular style tire used for street use.

Technical answer: No
Realistic answer: Yes
20 to 30 for a tubular of good quality.

I can do it in 3 mins and no pinch flats or better yet I can still ride on my flat. (Dutret don't respond.)

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