They are good for keeping the insides of the mudguards clean...
Two lists this time, let's see if it rolls.
Do you nip off the little noodle things from new tyres?
I remove them:
I let them be, they'll wear off:
I guess you can't expect everyone to know how to treat the tools right. At least it shows that the gift has been in good use which has to be a very good thing.
@Tijs and @vpCogworks thanks both.
There must be some sort of rubber paint I can use then. :)
For the smart looks. I only cycle in the day time.
Is there an approved way/product to either get rid of or paint over the reflective striped on tyre sidewalls?
Tyres in question are continental contact urban.
I believe putting the cover on when the bike is hot is bad for condensation so should be avoided for that reason too.
I was in two minds about that. Hacking seconds don't make as much sense without the minute track.
I like the look though.
SNK 809 with a turtle dial, dome crystal, white date wheel and hacking seconds movement.
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