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tmargeson mikekazimer's article
Jun 30, 2014 at 19:55
Jun 30, 2014
Schwalbe Announces Dual Chamber Tire System Details
From the article: "Schwalbe will be responsible for the production and marketing of the system that is expected to be compatible with *conventional tires and rims* with a minimum internal width of 23mm." Tubeless-ready/UST tires not necessary, and yes all rims (23mm wide or wider) will take the system.
tmargeson mikekazimer's article
Jun 30, 2014 at 19:49
Jun 30, 2014
Schwalbe Announces Dual Chamber Tire System Details
"Schwalbe will be responsible for the production and marketing of the system that is expected to be compatible with conventional tires and rims with a minimum internal width of 23mm."
tmargeson mikekazimer's article
Jun 30, 2014 at 19:49
Jun 30, 2014
Schwalbe Announces Dual Chamber Tire System Details
"Schwalbe will be responsible for the production and marketing of the system that is expected to be compatible with conventional tires and rims with a minimum internal width of 23mm." Yes, you will be drilling an extra hole for this, unless you buy a rim specifically designed for this, which will surely be available as well as the option to use your own.
tmargeson mikekazimer's article
Jun 30, 2014 at 19:38
Jun 30, 2014
Schwalbe Announces Dual Chamber Tire System Details
Yes, bigburd is right. And he's saying the same thing the article says, and what pros know and do themselves, and trail riders all over, not just DHers, are discovering every day. I don't understand the negative props on bigburd's comments either, @finnrambo. Whatevs, now this comment will get them too. Have fun bouncing off of roots and rocks and subjectively thinking you're going faster just because your bike feels like it sprints up to speed a tad quicker on smooth ground. Tech sections, tire slippage and hard cornering be damned.
tmargeson pinkbikeaudience's article
Jun 10, 2014 at 10:04
Jun 10, 2014
Ask Pinkbike: Should I lock out my fork? A clamp to fit a stubby seat tube? How can I land a bike shop job?
Division of labor. It IS all about mechanics for the people in back of the shop wrenching on bikes, and it's all about people skills for the sales staff up front. Mix the two together, and no one is an expert at any one thing. But, agreed: don't be a loud mouth, smart ass bmx kid.
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