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Old 11-22-05, 09:56 AM
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for me it depends on where I'm riding.
Around work (lunch rides) some of the roads
are horrid with debris, potholes etc. I wouldn't
put lightweight tires on that surface, nor some
of the really bad chip and seal on the FM roads.
The Tufo seems to be a robust tire, more like the
training tires of old.
I really prefer Conti Competitions, or Sprinters
if I'm going on mixed good and bad roads.
I've heard really good things about DedaTre
tubulars but can't find em anywhere (except
business cycles in Miami) to check them out
before buying. Might have to go out on a limb
and get a pair online .

marty
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