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- Myth 7: Tubeless Tires Roll Faster
- Tire Pressure Take-Home
- Myth 6: Tread Patterns Don't Matter on the Road
- 12 Myths in Cycling (1): Wider Tires Are Slower
- Myth 5: An Upright Position is Always More Comfortable
- Myth 2: Titanium is Lighter than Steel
- How are Compass Tires Different from Panaracers?
- The Trouble with "Road Tubeless"
- Myth 3: Fenders Slow You Down
- How Wide a Tire Can I Run?
Category Archives: Components
When tubeless tires first became popular on mountain bikes, it was their resistance to pinch flats (above) that made them popular. Off-road, there are few nails or broken bottles that can cause punctures (and even those usually will be pushed … Continue reading
From time to time, a customer will ask us: “How are Compass tires different from Panaracers?” It’s no secret that Panaracer makes our tires – we benefit from the research and technology of one of the best tire makers in … Continue reading
To celebrate 15 years of Bicycle Quarterly, we are examining 12 myths in cycling – things that we (and most others) used to believe, but which we have found to be not true. Today, let’s look at tire tread. “Bicycles don’t … Continue reading
Recently, the German magazine TOUR published a table showing the ‘five fastest tires in the world.’ We are excited to see our Compass Bon Jon Pass 700C x 35 mm tires on this list, in the company of the fastest … Continue reading
In part 2 of our series ’12 Myths in Cycling,’ we’ll look at why titanium isn’t always lighter than steel. I can hear you saying, “What? Everybody knows that titanium has half the density of steel.” That much is true: The … Continue reading