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Old 04-17-14, 01:35 PM
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I like Vredestein Fortezza TriComp because they are relatively inexpensive, durable, and support high PSI for a clincher (up to 160, I think).

Conti GP 4000s are a good standby. The upsides are that they are easy to find and the rubber is nice grippy and supple. But they can be expensive at MSRP and only go up to 120PSI, which is fine if you aren't a heavy rider.

If you run 120PSI or lower, even Conti Gatorskins will work. Very puncture resistant.

I wouldn't go for "light" or "race" tires.
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