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    • Jeremy Chadwick
    • February 16, 2015
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    Barely sufficient, many drawbacks I’m a cyclist who predominantly bikes roads with a mountain bike. I do not drive, so cycling is my way of transportation — that means ~25 years of biking!I’ve used these tubes over the past 8 months. I purchased 4 tubes, and as of yesterday I’m completely out. There are a lot of negatives to these tubes, but they do provide one positive. The negatives first:* Easily punctured, probably due to cheap rubber being used for the tubes themselves. My destinations are…

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    • D. Miller "home gym rat"
    • February 16, 2015
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    Used one season I used these tubes for most of one season of mountain biking. The biggest threat to tires I have is thorns. The tubes seem to work for small punctures but a large thorn would do them in. They did save me changing tubes on two or three rides during the season. I went through 4 slimed tubes and 6 regular tubes during the season. I ran the slimed tubes about two thirds of the time. I ride about once a week. I would suggest buying some non-slimed extra thick tubes and carry a couple spares…

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