What type of bicycle do you ride?

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This was why I decided to go tubeless.

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I did have a few mishaps along the way though.

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What width tyres were you running and what pressure...?


I've got 4" Mammoths on my Bigfoot and have to run between 8-10psi on the chunky sand up here, I imagine the hard packed finer grain sand down in the south west is much easier to ride on?

I've still got the 5.2" Chinese no-name monster truck tyres it came with just in case...
Same tyres. Yes very easy to ride on. Cannot remember the tyre pressure, but knowing me, too high :)
 
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My Soma hard tail I built up that does double duty pulling the little one around. The old GT I use for commuting and one of the little one when she rides her no name Frozen themed bike...
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My 10 year old Brompton.
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The Brompton Folding Bicycle, designed and built in London. A classic folding bike. Can be carried or pulled/pushed when folded. This model has 6 gears. I have been out with my chain gang twice on it, hardest ride I ever did, but did not come in last. Great around town, fits in an IKEA Dimpa bag. A great bike.
 
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