Compass Cayuse Pass real width on wide rims

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Marin
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All this "narrower than the rim, 105% stuff" is only relevant in crosswinds or when riding sideways ;)

Going fast in low wind only frontal area counts
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Any updates on the tires?
Can you provide a ride report/compare them to your previous tires..?

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sib wrote:
Mon Jul 09, 2018 1:18 am
Any updates on the tires?
The tires work fine, but I'm not sure I can provide any feedback beyond that, I only did a handful of rides in dry weather after all. No noticeable feel change compared to tubeless Pro One at the same 75/80 psi pressure. Do note that 25mm Pro One measure 2mm wider. To mount Compass, I had to use a lever, but that should be partly due to tubeless rim bed profile.

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Thanks for the response.
Did you get the standard of the extra light version?

I like the way they look and the weight is enticing, so I may pick up a pair to try out myself.

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sib wrote:
Mon Jul 09, 2018 4:08 am
Did you get the standard of the extra light version?
Those are Extralites, you can check out scale and bike shots in my thread.

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Klaster_1 wrote:
Mon Jul 09, 2018 4:19 am
sib wrote:
Mon Jul 09, 2018 4:08 am
Did you get the standard of the extra light version?
Those are Extralites, you can check out scale and bike shots in my thread.
I looked through this thread and the FM079 thread for the tyre scale weight images but cannot find them. Can you please link to the post, or provide us the measured weights by reply?

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emotive wrote:
Sun Dec 09, 2018 7:35 am
I looked through this thread and the FM079 thread for the tyre scale weight images but cannot find them. Can you please link to the post, or provide us the measured weights by reply?
Sorry for inconvenience, here are scale shots.
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^That's a good weight, but why get them when Veloflex master 25's are 5 grams heavier at most and 2 1/2 times cheaper? :noidea:

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Marin wrote:
Mon Jun 04, 2018 7:43 am
emotive wrote:
Fri Jun 01, 2018 8:53 am
When I initially set up the Bon Jon Pass Extralite (Tubeless ready) tyres up, one blew off the rim overnight, before it had even been ridden - sealant everywhere. I re-sealed it and it's been fine for 9 months and about 1500km. I run them at 40/45psi.
Hmm, good to hear - I mounted my BJPs with latex tubes yesterday, but I'm considering giving tubeless another try.
I have a couple of thousand km on BJP Extralites, setup tubeless on LightBicycle RRU25C02 rims (disc brake bike). I run them at ~35psi front and ~50psi rear - no problems so far. Whenever I'm setting tubeless tyres up, I always inflate them with a tube first and leave them at least overnight, and if possible longer, before dismounting the tyre and doing the tubeless setup.

p.s. Jan Heine, the man behind Compass, has an article on road tubeless here: https://janheine.wordpress.com/2017/05/ ... -tubeless/.

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I've been running my BJPs tubeless without problem for quite a while now. I replaced the one I had the blowoff with because it would never fully seat - manufacturing defect maybe.

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