i wonder what michael moores next documentary after 911 and a half will be about…. (his new doc is called 911 1/2) i think micheal moores going to be busy
pluses of holy rollers: light not heavy like other urban tires, they will gip the ground nicely in all conditions including shore when raining, oks so not amazing in that condition but i made it down. there no negitive i can think of to them ive had no problems with them, i havent been riding them recently though i have a pair of 2.5 maxxis minions on
dude it depends on your riding, you dont need to a four by to do 5 foot drops. But if its ideal for your trail riding get it, just dont plan on street being easy, its heavy as hell but* its not that hard my friend rides an 02 and hes beastly so i think it would be ok for everything, but you could get a cheaper bike that could do the same stuff i think, just depends on your trail riding if thats what your doing the most of, it also leaves room for progression which is good, but if its just for drops/djs get a hardtail, way better for dj and ive done 7-9 foot drops on mine.
Ok so I am likely getting a new pair of Maxxis Highrollers for my bike today or tommorow. I am mainly using them for shore, and during the months when riding on the shore is best, I will switch the tires during the winter with my pair of unwearoutible Maxxis Holy Rollers. Anyhow I was wonder weather I should get a 2.5 in the front and then a 2.35 in the back or two 2.5, or two 2.35? WHat do you guys recommend?