There aren't a lot of riding styles that wouldn't be improved by riding tubeless. You'll feel a pretty solid difference right away because rotational weight will go down, and once you get up to speed, any sealant you have in your tires will be evenly distributed throughout the wheel. When you get to about 30 PSI, the pressure feels about the same as 65 with a tube- you'll want to stick around the 25-30 range depending on your riding.
What kind of riding are you doing? The more we know, the better advice we can give about what to go for and what to stay away from.
Yeah, I don't really do any big drops... but I definitely need more traction in the trails I ride (crushed gravel). The ass end gets kinda loose on the sharp turns and if I can't unclip quick enough I go down.. haha
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