I only started using tubeless at the end of last season on my geared dualie, and loved it so much that over the winter I converted every bike in the house, mountain and road, to tubeless (using regular rims, tape, sealant, and UST tires).

I've been loving tubeless on the road early on this season, waiting for the trails around here to dry out enough to go off-road. Finally, with recent warm and dry weather, I got the chance to ride my rigid 26'er today with tubeless @ 25 psi.

What a freaking difference! Rocky descents I rode last year with tubes pumped up to 40 psi, which would vibrate my hands and tire out my arms, almost felt like riding with suspension. Not to mention better traction and handling.

A total no-brainer, and where was mine the last 5 years or so?