Ps: what's the maximum size tyre you can fit on the MA40? I seem to remember they wouldn't take much more than a 2.0 ?
I've got a 2.1 Conti on, was hoping to get a 2.4 Conti on but the bead is just too damn had to get on. I've spent many a year on bikes and worked in a bike shop for a while so know the tricks for getting tyres on and off, just helped a mate stick some tiogas on for a ride tomorrow and I was able to put them on by hand without any effort.
As rubber is mightly expensive these days, gonna keep a look out for some Kevlar folders as these I can get on, but the ones I have are 1.9's which wont suit the terrain that I'm going on with the South West crew tomorrow
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