Mountain Biking Highlight
Alex Meier went mountain biking.
September 1, 2020
Shortly to work and tested a different tire system because how often I had a flat tire in the back. Drives so very well 👍☀️
With the new tire, I wish you a "flat tire free" good trip 😎
Which tire or soft system do you drive now, and which tire before?
I am also interested. 🤔
Me too!I plan on 2.6 Nobby Nicto switch to 2.5 Smart Sam!Does anyone have experience ???Sorry Alex that I am your board for such a general questionabuse!😉but you hate started!Also ..... "to work" ..?Is there something murmuring to you too ???Greetings René
So, drive the Schwalbe brand, but the next tire will be Continental.After the first plate a reinforcement strip would be built in, but it didn't help if something sharp got in from the side.My bicycle dealer has now installed the Tannus Armor puncture protection. Would put a photo in, but don't know how 😊I can't tell you anything about nobby or smart Sam, but maybe the other bikers here😉😃Today at work was an exception 😄
Tannus Armor sits between the tube and the tire. It encloses the outside of the hose and offers all-round protection. Depending on the respective tire pressure, the tannus can change its density and thus reduce its thickness if necessary ...
Schwalbe has revised some models and made them a lot more stable. Just have a look on the website.
Thanks for the tip Bierli 😄👍👍
So, with the topic I have, the question is which terrain do you mostly drive. To stay with Schwalbe, there are different carcasses from the same tire model from Nobby Nick, from light and thin to thick and heavy. The right carcass with the right profile and the right rubber compound depend, as I said, on the terrain you want to ride and the bike you use.Personally, I ride Tubeless Maxiss Minion DHR2 in 2.4 WT Doubledown at the rear and Maxxis Minion DHF in 2.5 WT Exo + in frontThe Schwalbe Smart Sam can do a little bit of some terrain, but nothing right. In the beginning I had it on a different bike.Tell me which bike you ride in which terrain and how heavy you are. So you can give a few recommendations.Besides, it's a shame that there is no possibility of direct conversation between 2 participants or a group on Komoot.Well, babble enough for now. Who only has questions.
You can also write a comment on my tours. But please continue to write here with Alex's permission 😊
Markus, of course you can write here 👍😃And you are absolutely right about what kind of bike, which tour etc.Drive a bulls, a lot of forest, gravel, single trails, but also bike paths, weight is 62 kilos.And yes, it would be great if there was a forum on various topics to exchange ideas 😄👍
September 2, 2020