Beautiful. Very obviously different tread on the front and rear tyres. Forgive my ignorance - what's the thinking behind that?
Mostly just Instagram points...
If I was planning to spend most of my time on tarmac I’d have gone both smooth and if all bridlepath/gravel I’d have gone both more aggressive tread. As it’ll be a mix of both this seems to work. Supposedly the same logic as all those 90s bmxs that ran a smooth rear tyre for speed and a knobbly front for more traction when cornering. Have found the back a little slippy if I’m careless on gravel.
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