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Die Marathon Supreme's haben jetzt gute 2000km runter und noch immer ist vorne der Gusssteg zu sehen.
Das lässt auf ordentliche Laufleistung > 10.000 km hoffen. Zusammen mit dem wahnsinnig guten Rollverhalten der beste Alltags Straßenreifen, den ich bisher hatte.

@gegeweb @mastobikes
Gute Frage. Bisher hatte ich keinen Platten, das muss aber nix heißen.

Aber ein Marathon Plus ist halt wie mit Bremsanker fahren

@nvi

Yeah, that's why I was asking. We're kind of stuck on the road with it.
But the highlight of Marathon Plus is the puncture resistance!
> 10,000km of commute rides with, and no punctures!

I'm gonna try the Supreme…

@mastobikes

@gegeweb @nvi @mastobikes Is there no Tubeless system for road bikes? I know it from Mountainbikes and like it a lot. No punctures because the fluid is filling them and lower resistance because there's no tube inside.

@FrankyFire

There are some, I have some (Mavic) on my road bikes.
But not on my commute/urban bike.

@nvi @mastobikes

@gegeweb @nvi @mastobikes sure, but that's the same for Mountainbikes. But most (better) new MTBs already have Tubeless ready rims.

@FrankyFire

You're preaching to the choir, not a flat tire with my tubeless. 😉
I mean, one, but slow and repaired on the way out with the preventative fluid.
The majority of bikes are now equipped with at least tubelless ready wheels.

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@FrankyFire

I don't know in Germany, but in France it's better not to leave a "beautiful" bike parked.
That's why you shouldn't have a bike that is too well equipped and ostentatious.
Unfortunately...

@nvi @mastobikes

@gegeweb @nvi @mastobikes same in Germany. But for travel bikes, you usually keep an eye on them, Tubeless should be an option.

@nvi

And they are not well comfortable (handling) on wet and greasy roads.

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