Marking T[i/y]res - General Questions.

According to the rumors I’ve heard, the answers are:

>White tyres don’t mark. True or False?
True

>Old black tyres don’t mark. True or False?
False

>Most black tyres don’t mark. True or False?
Don’t know

>Suppose I was to tell the owner of a basketball court that my unicycle hockey
>team’s tyres were all non-marking. How can I inspect the tyres to make sure I
>am telling the truth?
Call Tom Miller? :slight_smile:

                                    Craig Milo Rogers

White tyres don’t mark. True or False? Old black tyres don’t mark. True or
False? Most black tyres don’t mark. True or False?

Suppose I was to tell the owner of a basketball court that my unicycle hockey
team’s tyres were all non-marking. How can I inspect the tyres to make sure I am
telling the truth?

Julian

Re: Marking T[i/y]res - General Questions.

Uhhhhhhhhhh, I’ll try:

  1. False (They only leave invisible white marks)

  2. Excuse me, but how “old” is “Old?”

  3. True

How did I do?

Informed replies welcome!!!

Steve - USHK

At 04:52 PM 7/20/98 +1000, Orbach, Julian wrote:
>White tyres don’t mark. True or False? Old black tyres don’t mark. True or
>False? Most black tyres don’t mark. True or False?
>
>Suppose I was to tell the owner of a basketball court that my unicycle hockey
>team’s tyres were all non-marking. How can I inspect the tyres to make sure I
>am telling the truth?
>
>Julian
>
>
>

I would like to re-open this thread for updated discussion, mainly to ask this question. If I take my stock Torker LX to MONDO, will it be acceptable for indoor riding?

Our Memphis indoor riding site has an old tile floor and marks have not been a problem. (The only marks we leave are when someone hits a wall :roll_eyes: )