• Tire width and teeth of mountain bike tires

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    The tire is the only component on the mountain bike that directly touches the ground. Its change will directly affect the mountain bike's grip, road feedback, and bike's weight.

    Therefore, a set of suitable and excellent tires will make cycling more "simple" and more comfortable. Upgrading tires is also the most direct, simple, and "cheap" way to improve the riding experience.

    Of course, in addition to performance, reliability also directly determines the quality of the cycling experience. After all, no one wants to be "abandoned" by the tires in the "ghost place" of the village and the shop. So today, I will show you the relevant knowledge about mountain bike tires.

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  • Comparison between clincher, tubeless and tubular tires

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    From the above discussion, it is not difficult to find that each tire system has its advantages and disadvantages. In general, high-end clinchers (cotton tube structure) and tubeless tires have been able to achieve or even exceed the performance of tubular tires. For truly lightweight users, tubular tires are the best choice. For most riders, the easy-to-maintain clincher has obvious advantages. However, the choice of tires is sometimes not completely arbitrary, depending on what the existing wheels can be used. After all, the cost of changing wheels is much greater than the cost of changing tires.

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  • Upgrade these parts to increase the riding speed!

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    Cyclists need to improve the three main elements of speed, strength, and endurance: training content, nutritional supplies, equipment, and equipment. Here to share with you, the coup disassembly of upgrading equipment.

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