Thanks to all the smarties on Epic, now I'm suddenly shopping for new tires for my road bike. :)
Switching from 23c to 25c.
I'd like to get a good combination of low rolling resistance, good grip, and good durability. Maybe my Gatorskins were overkill. If I'm just avoiding changing a flat once in a while and providing my road bike with a semi-crappy ride, I'd be up for scooting a little closer to the racing/performance end of the tire spectrum and giving up some of the durability.
Was thinking about the Michelin Pro4 SC (not the comp), but looking at the test charts on this page... http://www.slowtwitch.com/Products/Things_that_Roll/Tires/Michelin_Pro4_Review_3748.html
It doesn't appear they scored well in the CRR (Coefficient of Rolling Resistance), which is frankly, pretty surprising to me considering how comprehensive Michelin approaches tire technology and performance. Granted, this is one test source, and there are others that show Michelins scoring pretty well.
So...back to the original question:
Which tires do YOU like for Speed + Puncture Resistance?...
Edited by Super D - 4/7/14 at 8:27pm