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@niswanger - Don't be influenced by anyone on the value of tubulars. I can change a tubular and have it pumped up faster than a clincher. Repairing a puncture may take a few min longer but it doesn't take away from riding. The other option is to send it to Tire Alert | Tire Repair and Retubing.

Yes tubular tires are more expensive for really good ones but then so are clinchers. They are NOT rare! My goal is to have tubulars for every road bike.
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