commute, CX, caferacer and touring DISC bike in one?

Especially for light weight issues concerning cyclocross / touring bikes & parts.

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HillRPete
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by HillRPete

jooo wrote:Why not a Crest wheelset? Much lighter than Open Pro's!

Some of the Notubes rims have a fairly low pressure limit, anyone know about the Crest?

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by jooo

Notubes with tubes and 'narrow' tyres - you can run whatever pressures you want.

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by mtbstuff

wassertreter wrote:
jooo wrote:Why not a Crest wheelset? Much lighter than Open Pro's!

Some of the Notubes rims have a fairly low pressure limit, anyone know about the Crest?

The Crest has a low limit....I think it was high 30's with a mtb tire.
I did see a guy blow a 28ish tire with tube off of one at a dirt road ride....tire looked plenty firm when he rode out.
And I did see a cross tire with tube blow off this weekend....don't know what he was running for pressure.
Both caused some rim damage.

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