Old 08-20-19, 09:33 AM
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Originally Posted by sweetspot View Post
yes, but to be more exact it is an android app called Vibration meter and tubed tires are generally more comfortable but with small exepctions like 50mm tire run at 20 psi in the back. Another note is that based on comments I got here I will try to rerun those test but this time with my phone mounted on the handlebar and under saddle to see if the general conclusion will be the same.
With all due respect, the app does not measure comfort but vibration.

We can draw conclusions about whether any given vibration might be comfortable or not across a particular population of humans but the app does not measure comfort.


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