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Ho optato per i 700x32 volendo affrontare alcuni eventi gravel nella mia zona (senza esagerare con la sezione dello pneumatico). Bellissima la colorazione sulla spalla.
Ottima aderenza e scorrevolezza sia su asfalto che su sterrato, non c'è che dire. Attenzione perché tendono a "lanciare" sassi molto più di altri copertoni. Se prevedete di affrontare fondi più sconnessi, meglio optare per sezioni più ampie del 32mm.
Una nota per il montaggio: meglio se tubeless. Questi copertoni sono veramente molto stretti (ho faticato con 3 leve), e montarli senza pizzicare è quindi molto difficile. Mi sono dovuto rivolgere ad un meccanico per terminare il lavoro.
Ottimo prodotto, montato in breve tempo e latticizzato, senza problemi. Per il momento ho riscontrato un ottima scorrevolezza, su terreni pressoché asciutti. Ideale per strade bianche in virtu della tassellatura. Ho montato un 32 in preferendo la scorrevolezza e scorrimento. Per il momento valido.
Il copertone è adattissimo e perfetto per fare gravel. E' un tipo di pneumatico performante, leggero, veloce che si adatta ai terreni morbidi e leggermente fangosi. Mi piace moltissimo, specialmente per la banda colorata esterna unica nel suo genere.
Theses tires are fast rolling and excellent on payment and gravel, I use them on my daily commuter. My only complaint is they skid on the payment when I apply the brake, maybe won't last as long as other tires I've previously owned.
I really liked these tires after my first ride (44 mi total, with about 35 mi of hard packed dirt, gravel, and the rest was pavement). The tire performed well on all these surfaces. It was fast on the pavement, had good traction on the packed dirt with some loose sand on the top, and even on small stretches I found of mud, broken pavement, loose gravel I felt much improvement in traction and cornering over Kenda and Forte tires I had on my bike before. In terms of installing - little hard at first but not a huge deal (I run them with regular tubes). After they were on the bike for one day I had to change a pinched tube, and I was able to put the tire on the rim without using a lever (and I don't have unusually strong hands by any means) which means they stretched nicely. They also look pretty good if you ask me, but it's a subjective thing. All in all - I do recommend these tires for gravel/cross bikes and would buy them again without hesitation.
I've put about 300 miles on my set of Gravel Kings, the majority of my riding is on a limestone trail and just little bit of singletrack. . Initially I was very impressed with how light they were and how well they rolled. Grip is bountiful on every terrain I rode on. I'm not impressed with the puncture resistance. I had 2 flats in the short time I've had them and the one I got last night retired the rear tire. Tire-ending flats can happen at any time but I would expect better performance from a gravel tire. A tubeless setup may make them more reliable. I can say my last puncture would sideline both tube and tubeless set ups. I want to love these tires but I could never fully trust them.