Originally Posted by retromike3
On the other hand they are a pain in the ass to fix if you get a flat. I have never tried to fix on on the road and probably never wil. luckily their light enough to where I can carry a couple of them strapped to the back of my saddle with a old toe clip strap.
I don't so I am just asking but one of the guys I ride with just bought tubular and I was asking him about fixing a flat on the road. He said the ones he had bought ( and I have not seen them or know what brand) would accept a tube so he could get home. True????
Feel the burn? That's the sickness and the cure
Lol, true that. I don't race---I am the sponsor board I ride so slow the sponsors get their money's worth while my team kicks butt.
Life's journey is not to arrive at the grave safely in a well preserved body, but rather to slide in sideways, totally worn out, shouting "Holy sh!t, what a ride!