When It Comes To Wheels, Bigger Is Better

Postby R+P+K on Thu 3/Feb/11 10:17am

http://bit.ly/hpad5D
Using a battery of custom purpose-built machines, founders Petri Hankiola, Veijo Pulkkanen, and Marko Savolainen are addressing some of the common questions surrounding bicycle tyres and they're coming up with some interesting answers that no longer have to rely on word of mouth, tradition, or intuition for their veracity.
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Re: When It Comes To Wheels, Bigger Is Better

Postby great uncle bulgaria on Thu 3/Feb/11 12:58pm

wonder where you fine the test data
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Re: When It Comes To Wheels, Bigger Is Better

Postby EoinC on Thu 3/Feb/11 8:23pm

R+P+K wrote:http://bit.ly/hpad5D
Using a battery of custom purpose-built machines, founders Petri Hankiola, Veijo Pulkkanen, and Marko Savolainen are addressing some of the common questions surrounding bicycle tyres and they're coming up with some interesting answers that no longer have to rely on word of mouth, tradition, or intuition for their veracity.
...and 36'ers ride better than 29'ers...
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Re: When It Comes To Wheels, Bigger Is Better

Postby kona.stinky. on Thu 3/Feb/11 8:57pm

If bigger wheels are faster... Can a 100'er reach light speed? :blink:
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Re: When It Comes To Wheels, Bigger Is Better

Postby pb on Thu 3/Feb/11 9:34pm

Not when your have those four little 6 inchers on the back.
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