Setting up a 2 wheeler?

What’s the best tire/tire interface on a two wheeler?

Do you want a little softer, squishier tires providing more of a contact area, or do you want hard tires for better contact that way?

Re: Setting up a 2 wheeler?

What’s a two wheeler?

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when you pedal forwards, you actually travel backwards

Re: Setting up a 2 wheeler?

On Thu, 25 Mar 2004 20:33:11 -0600, “Sofa” wrote:

>What’s the best tire/tire interface on a two wheeler?

I’ve heard a Semcycle engineer say that the bottom tyre should be at
‘regular’ pressure to support the weight, and the top tyre should be
softer so that it folds around the bottom tyre. That should help to
avoid that the tyres ‘run off’ each other.

If slip occurs while the tyres still track right and you can’t bring
them closer (are any twowheelers adjustable in this respect?) you
would have to increase the top tyre’s pressure.

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