Fortunately, this won’t take long as I’ll be heading out for today’s brick workout (bike, run, bike) to put another 30 miles on those tires… They’re perfect. 1,000 miles and not one flat. Of course, I run them at their recommended pressure (125 psi) so they’re very fast but not very forgiving on bumps. I’ve rolled over gravel, sand, glass, metal – you name it, and I’ve only ever had one very small pebble imbed in the rubber (which I did remove).
You’ll recall that I did have a flat last Friday, but that was due to an obvious defect in the tube, not a problem with the tires.
They’re wearing very well, they’re still very “grippy” and I haven’t got a complaint. What a great tire.