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Are you recommending these having ridden them, or based on spec?

Interested in your views if you've used them since there doesn't seem to be much written about them.
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Are you recommending these having ridden them, or based on spec?

Interested in your views if you've used them since there doesn't seem to be much written about them.
I have used them. They are excellent, fast rolling, very smooth, true to size, very affordable, highly recommend.

I have ridden other 30+mm tires like Challenge, Rene Herse, Panaracer...the Specialized has the best overall tradeoffs.

I don't normally make recommendation on things that I haven't tried myself, that's been my pet peeves all along.
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I'm going to recommend the g one speeds aswell. Super impressed with that tire. Very well balanced tire. Running them tubeless for commuting and general riding at about 55-60psi. Sets up tubeless easily. For me. It's been reliable so far, and will be getting another set to replace mine when they are worn. So far I've put about 4800kms on the set and they are wearing very evenly. Mixed road surfaces.
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Old Yesterday, 07:50 AM
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I have used them. They are excellent, fast rolling, very smooth, true to size, very affordable, highly recommend.

I have ridden other 30+mm tires like Challenge, Rene Herse, Panaracer...the Specialized has the best overall tradeoffs.

I don't normally make recommendation on things that I haven't tried myself, that's been my pet peeves all along.
Thank you, I do appreciate your response and I know you'll always call it as you see it (and have tried more kit than most)

Going to pick up a set
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Grand Bois dark green Cerf is a great 700-30 tire that comes in regular and extra light.
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Thank you, I do appreciate your response and I know you'll always call it as you see it (and have tried more kit than most)

Going to pick up a set
Ha! Now you are putting me on the firing squad...er..I mean, the spot.
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I can 2nd these. I had set on my bike for year and I only replaced them to go with gravelking SK's for more gravel/dirt.

They were the easiest setup of the tubeless tires I've mounted and I'll probably go back to them when I get a 2nd wheelset.
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