Snuffy wrote:Lysterfield > Studley Park..... but at the moment, I think I still prefer the road..... two stacks (again)....
I think with mountain biking you're much more likely to sustain an injury, but usualy minor, on the road you're less likely, but when it happens it usually hurts more.
smc wrote:Snuffy wrote:BTW, what's the trick to clearing logs??
Most of them - momentum, enough to roll over, stand on the pedals so you don't get bucked off. Then with some bunny hop practice you can clear a lot of the smaller logs.
Tim_mtb wrote:I'm contemplating buying a new wheelset (my current one sucks - Deore hubs + 117 rims - mainly for the hubs), and for quite some time now I've been thinking of taking the plunge and getting some tubeless wheels (Mavic Crossride I think? - whatever they are, I can get them for about $400) & tyres (undecided as of yet), but am still not too sure. Anyone here use them? What are your thoughts as to the benifits? Any real reduction in rolling resistance (keep in mind I will probably use tubeless tyres) compared with normal tyres/tubes? I know you can get less punctures (with Stan's etc), but I don't get a huge amount of punctures anyway.
Second question (following on): any particular tyres good? I was thinking possibly Larsen TT UST (I'm currently running IRC Mythos XC).
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