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Old 02-06-20, 03:42 PM
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Originally Posted by Hermes View Post
I always like to negative split my timed events and apply the most power to the more difficult sections. I am not a gravel / dirt racer. It does strike me that tires will matter. For me, the more confident I am on the bike the more power I can make...to a point. If anything does not feel right, I tend to be tentative. Hence knowing the course always matters.

Sounds like fun. You are going to kill this.
I'd like to get out there at least once to see what the surface will be like. My plan is to run IRC X-Guard tubeless 28's on my road bike, but if it's especially gnarly it'll be 32mm+ somethings on my gravel bike.
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