Specialized And Roval Have Stopped Investing In Tubulars: Here’S Why

In the endless juggling act of balancing weight, rolling resistance and aerodynamics, wheel and tyre choices can play a real role in the outcome of a race. And it’s exactly this technical advantage that keeps the fire burning in the debate about tubeless, clincher and tubular tyres. Few brands have added more fuel to that … The post Specialized and Roval have stopped investing in tubulars: Here’s why appeared first on CyclingTips .

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