CushCore tyre protection system review

CushCore tyre protection system review

Weighing 265g per wheel (29in size), each CushCore insert takes up almost half of your tyre’s cross-sectional area, as well as filling the rim bed. Huck Norris review No more flat tyres? Three puncture preventers tested The low-density foam is said to cushion impacts, absorbing some of their energy while protecting the tyre and rim. It’s also claimed to stop tyre squirm, by supporting the sidewalls. With the foam fitted, things are noticeably quieter and my tyres felt more controlled over rocky terrain — both when compared to running a regular tubeless set-up and similar systems such as Huck Norris and Flat Tire Defender. With the same tyre pressures, CushCore let through a little more feedback — it felt as if I’d added a few clicks of compression damping. But I found I could run lower pressures and still corner hard without the tyres squirming on the rims or slam ...

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