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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sib
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by sib

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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.

sib
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by sib

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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