Your Favorite Clincher Tires?

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by sijray21

Gp4s or Bontrager r3s for everyday/group rides and Bontrager r4s for racing. I get a better deal through my LBS for Bontrager stuff, so I'm a little bias. Thinking of going tubular for racing though.

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by nealrab

still sticking with Vittoria OC EVO CX durable and dependable

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by cwdzoot

Schwalbe One. Not to open the can but Tubeless is the way to go.
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by fdegrove


Not to open the can but Tubeless is the way to go.

Why is it that people insist on misspelling the word "Tubular" ?

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by shimmeD

yay, tubular is the way to go!
Less is more.

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by fromtrektocolnago

Big fan of Michelin Pro 4 Endurance. I do not race, but they ride very well, and flats are almost unknown to me.
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