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    I can't ride 45!
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    Hutchinson Python MRC High 2.3?

    The old pythons were well liked but a little fragile and skinny. Wonder if the 2.3 with the larger tread are a better compomise? Has anybody had their hands on the "new generation" python tires?

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    crash and burn at 45
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    might get a better response over here
    http://forums.mtbr.com/wheels-tires/

    u the jason from nederland?

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    I can't ride 45!
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    Was hoping to get a local's input since tires so terrain dependent. And nope I am the jason from evergreen/golden.

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    They have decent traction for a semi slick, and wear reasonably well. I'm not sure about 2.3 its more like 2.2, but I like them anyway. They have thick sidewalls for flat protection, roll well, and give me some suspension due to the high volume.

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    crash and burn at 45
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    i am more fond of the Conti Vert Pros, which is listed as a 2.3.

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    I can't ride 45!
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    Where the heck have you been lately? Let's get out and ride! I hit pine valley ranch/buffalo creek this past sunday and it was beautiful.

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