Maybe not. But after what must be considered a prolonged trial my opinion is that tubeless is not at present suitable for road use.Whoa, whoa, whoa!
You can't say that, people might not want to hear it?
Having been there, I'd generally be inclined to nod my head sagely at auch a sentiment.
Sure, way less commitment than disk brakes - but probably similar/more than a GPS:...
not much money at stake. It's not like I've sunk £££ into a bike with disk brakes or spent £££ on a new fancy Garhoo GPS
I'd crashed and wrecked my front wheel so I needed a new one of those (it was seriously FUBAR). And during lockdown I picked up such a turbo* habit that I decided to relegate my rather worn rear wheel to permanent turbo duty.New set of wheels plus tyres (you'd probably pay £70-a-set+ to make the switch worthwile); quite a lot of wonga.