The Right Tyres

Discussion in 'Pro Cycling (Road and Track Racing)' started by beckc, 7 Nov 2007.

  1. beckc

    beckc New Member


    i've just started cyclocross racing. I've a pair of fairly tired CX 28 x 700.

    Some people say right pressure is more important than right tyre.

    Michelin Jet looks too smooth to grip on the slopey stuff.

    28s seem a bit thin - what's the best compromise - 30s - 32s ?

    any advice very welcome.

    I am in East of England so most track soil is quite loamy.
  2. starseven

    starseven Guest

    HI B

    Elmys in Ipswich is the Mecca of cyclocross round here, could be worth a call for advice there are usually helpfull whether you are buying or not.
  3. Big T

    Big T Veteran

    Depends what you want to pay.

    I've got some Conti Twisters which are only £13 each and are OK for general use. My lad rides Schwalbe CX Pro's for training (he races on Dugast Tubs), but the CX's are £25 each. I've heard good reports of Schwalbe Racing Ralphs and Fast Freds.
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