When it’s 98 degrees out you don’t ask such questions. I just ride in the Texas sun. Doesn’t take much, to get your tires sticky enough to ride the Texas Hill Country Trail. And as its just a couple of miles down the road to the northern terminus, I simply ride there and head south.
my 600 is more than enuff to mix it with of some bigger bikes. @ brands i kept up with marvin on his k6 1000 they only time he got away from me was wen we were coming up on slower riders in the inters group.
caught up with elad only for him to bugger off into the pits(he`s got alot more confidence in cold tyres than i have
hehe :Pdepends what you mean by leg room?one thing you can try which i’ve noticed from your pics is sticking your outside heel against the peg rather than keeping it on the ball of your foot (inside is still on the ball tho). was recommended it as makes it easier to hang off if you’re a big guy, and a lot of racers seem to do it too.
Anybody know the correct temps for tyres ? 80 C seems to be the mark for race tyres but is that still OK for a 2CT ? I’d guess that would be too hot for a road tyre. Some warmers have a thermostat which allows varying temps from 40ish to 80 C.
ive got bridgestone btoo2s on the bike @ the mo and im pretty impressed with the amount of grip and feed bk from these tyres and i would deffinetly get another set. i should be going down brands this weekend to watch the beemsee boys battle it out so i might see wat they have to offer afterwards