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    cross check 700x32 city tires?

    can anyone recommend a good 700x32 city tire?

    I was thinking about something with little tread and tough.

    Anyone have experience w/ Panaracer T-Serv's?

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    I use the T-servs on my cross check and like them a lot for commuting and general purpose city riding. Mine have a few thousand miles on them and are still going strong. I have had a few flats but they aren't anywhere near the flat magnets that the Bontragers were that I tried before them.

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    Tserv is a good tire. So is the Schwalbe Marathon. The Marathon Plus is probably the toughest "city" tire but is also heavy.
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    cheers, thanks..

    i think i'll get some t-serv's and save a little weight

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    I am running some Marathons on my 7500 and absolutely love them.
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    Give the Ritchey Max Cross a try as well. They are actually 35c, have reflective sidewalls and I've yet to get a flat. They should cost less than $20ea. My 12mile commute includes about 4miles of gravel road and the Ritcheys have worked great.

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    Michelin Transworld City with reflective sidewalls.

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    You won't go wrong with the Panaracers.

    Quote Originally Posted by jbp006
    can anyone recommend a good 700x32 city tire?

    I was thinking about something with little tread and tough.

    Anyone have experience w/ Panaracer T-Serv's?
    I haven't used the T-Servs specificaly but they look pretty nice. I have 3 sets of 700X32 or bigger Panas for my cross bike: Paselas, Pasela TGs and a pair of those Rivendell Speedblends and they're all fast rolling and long wearing. They all work pretty well on dirt roads too.

    http://www.panaracer.com/eng/products/index_ur.html

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    Another vote for T Servs...

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