The Duckmeister wrote:What kind of dirt are you mainly on? Larsens are not a great deal different to Crossmarks; they lack the central belt of almost flat blocks in favour of another two rows of wedge-shaped blocks that make up the rest of the tread on both tyres. You'll gain a little bit of straight-line grip in loose or semi-wet stuff over Crossmarks, but cornering grip is about the same.
Snuffy wrote:If you're not already finding the limits of your tubed Crossmarks and staying away from the supertechy stuff at Stockyards (and not fat... I mean.. flat landing jumps like sbad) - I reckon UST tyres are a waste of money and rotational weight.
bonjo wrote:I had crossmarks and larsons for a few years, then was recommended nobby nics.
Short story, the nobby nics roll a fair bit faster than the others and have much better traction.
They also weigh less. I run tubes with 28 F & 33R.
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