Someone pointed me in the direction of this on another thread...
So I had a good look at my Miche chainset and can't see any cracks appearing, I'll keep a close eye on it though...
Now I think about it, I remember my dad having at least two Stronlight cranks break. (Weaklight!)
I don't care what anyone says, fatter tyres seem slower to me so I changed (please don't say "swapped out") the 28c Corsas for some old Duraskins and it seems much quicker to me...
Is there any point in offering the old Vittoria Corsa tyres for sale?
Are they tubeless compatible?
They are tubeless, but have had tubes in them. They were on the bike when I got it and I've used them for a few weeks so no idea how many miles they have done. Neither of them looks worn, but one (was on the back) has a few small cuts in the tread and I had a puncture (thorn) in it. Despite this, I can't see any holes that come through to the inside of the tyres.
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