Old 08-13-06, 08:34 AM
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Originally Posted by LóFarkas

The thing is... on the pro circuit, they couldn't care less about price, they have mechanics to do the pile of messy work, the best quality materials and expertise are a given, the time it takes to repair a flat is irrelevant because they can slap on a spare wheel, performance is the only thing that matters, and still 25% ride clinchers.

Also, when everyone rode tubulars, they did it because they didn't have clichers...
Perfect practice makes perfect. Pro Riders don't have full mech service when they are home and not racing.

Try tubulars , you may like them or not but YOU must experience them. You must take the leap to try FIRST HAND KNOWLEDGE.

This way you know what is good for you. as for me tubulars somebody else clinchers.
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