Got a mint (except few stoneships) Scott solace 30 flat bar road bike, came up locally for a good price. I'm used to 15kg BSOs in past which I could trash & abuse ,leave barely locked for days and loan to other people without any worry. How do I even ride this thing? It rides so good & smooth that I do not want to damage it, I planed to use it for hardpac paths & crappy tarmac potholed roads and mount kerbs with it like I'm used -stuff that doesn't bother much the cheap crap hybrid/hardtail bikes. How fragile is carbon in real use? Can I even use it for such stuff? It has currently got 25mm schwalbe marathon plus tyres so pretty tough and with decent grip,but still.. the thing barely weighs nothing and is just a road bike with flat bar- But I have no desire to ride on tarmac along with cars! Am I going to mess it up If I start mounting kerbs with it (not at speed) ,dropping kerbs & going over small roots? have no idea how durable the carbon frames/forks are ... -Would installing wider tyres with slightly more volume be a good idea to make it more ''durable''? ( I have no idea if 30mm would fit, maybe 28mm will) Also How do you even go to store and leave the bike outside? I'm not sure if I even trust the ''good u-locks'' being an owner of cordless angle grinder myself. The previous owner kept it in armed garage locked up to wall..I'm used to keeping bikes just outside wherever there's space.