Miller wrote:If it ever stops raining in Southern England I’ll take the bike out for a ride and see what the ride quality is like.
Didn't have to wait quite that long. Day off today and sunny so I finally had my first ever ride on tubeless. Well, first ever road ride, to be quite precise, I had tried these wheels on the rollers and been impressed how easy they were to spin up to speed.
That carries through nicely to road. These certainly help you exploit any chance of velocity offered by the terrain. In terms of comfort and feel, they're like any other good quality narrow road tyre at 100psi. I really enjoyed riding them but it was my summer best bike with my lightest wheels so why would I not have enjoyed it. The tyres are reassuringly grippy, I grounded a Keo blade pedal on a roundabout, haven't done that before. Mostly what I want from these tyres are the qualities of speed and grip combined with lack of punctures. Only time will tell on that.
As you can see, they really do inflate narrow.