Teravail?

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jbucky1
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by jbucky1

I have been using G Ones All round and WTB Riddlers (37), I have been hearing a lot about Tervails, anyone have good experience? any particular models you like?

TheRich
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by TheRich

jbucky1 wrote:
Mon Apr 01, 2019 5:48 am
I have been using G Ones All round and WTB Riddlers (37), I have been hearing a lot about Tervails, anyone have good experience? any particular models you like?
Was there something you didn't like about the G Ones? I just ordered a pair for the Crusher in the Tushar.

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jbucky1
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by jbucky1

The G Ones are a great tyre, but not particularly durable, they are soft, supple, fast. If that's what you need cool. I needed a bit more durability of slightly larger rock / exploring.

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by TheRich

jbucky1 wrote:
Mon Apr 01, 2019 6:24 am
The G Ones are a great tyre, but not particularly durable, they are soft, supple, fast. If that's what you need cool. I needed a bit more durability of slightly larger rock / exploring.
They'll be dirt road tires, I use more durable Bontrager tires currently because my local gravel rides include MTB trails.

Thanks though, I'll be sure to put some miles on them before racing them.

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by MountainAddict

I run Cannonballs on my gravel bike 38 in front, 35 in the rear (all I can fit in the back). Came HIGHLY recommended by numerous LBS employees as well as a few guys I know who spend a lot of time on gravel.

I've only put about 350 miles on mine so far (mix of gravel/dirt roads/pavement) but have really enjoyed them. Might try Panaracer Gravelkings next just because they're very popular and a bit cheaper.

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jbucky1
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Interesting I see Cannonballs a lot on stock bikes, I should give em a try, Im thinking of going back to specialized Triggers.

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