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    Pivot Vault as road bike

    I'm wanting to buy a Vault but really want to use it more on pavement or dirt roads than on trails. I don't race and don't want to. I just want to be able to use it for fitness purposes. That said, will the Stan's rims allow me to put enough pressure in the tires to run on the road? The Stan's site lists something like 60psi max. Any ideas?

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    Call the shop. 2 of our peeps already use theirs for this setup, just swap tires for Cross races. Not sure what tire pressure they run on pavement....
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