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Nov. 24, 2022, 8:35 a.m. -  Tyler Maine

Blofeld - Think of the Convergence line as helping you get optimal tire to rim width ride feels. A rider running 2.3 rear tires, but 2.5 fronts is often on a dual 30mm internal rim. If they went to the 28m internal rim, then they'd get a better contact patch and correct tire shape thanks to the rim. All while being as strong as the 30mm option. The Faction (on my personal trail bike) is great but maybe a step away from the 30mm rider's comfort zone. The Convert is great for the 2.6 and up crowd but a 33mm internal rim is more in line for the 2.5 (way more common) riders out there. I hope this helps.

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