I cut my teeth on a 2011 4300 disc and recently upgraded to a rumblefish. I was thinking that I'd keep the 4300 around as a backup bike, or a friend loaner bike.
The whole friend loaner bike is it's current role, but honestly I'm tired of loading up 2 bikes to take to the trail, and fixing flat tires and such. I do not enjoy riding this bike on the trails even a little bit now.
I was going to sell it, but $350 is about the most I'd be able to get out of it, and I still might go this route.
It's been raining a lot around here the past week and I took the rumblefish out the other evening to ride some paved trails, and it got me thinking... All I really have to do is put some hybrid or road tires on the 4300 and it would serve as an ok bike the ride on the road and I wouldn't have to invest much at all.
So..would that be a viable plan? What would be a good tire to use in this scenario?
Thanks in advance
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